By Wendy Elliott
Kings County RCMP received 146 calls between Dec. 20 and Dec. 24.
Two shoplifting incidents took place into New Minas businesses and a counterfeit $5 bill is being investigated.
The theft of more than $100 from a purse was reported from a Scott Drive address in North Kentville.
Two men were reportedly smoking cannabis in a vehicle in Coldbrook at 3:30 p.m.
A purse and cash were taken from outside a home on Gaspereau Avenuem Wolfville.
Two tickets were handed out during a checkpoint on Deep Hollow Road near White Rock around 9 p.m.
A jacket and cellphone were reported stolen from a party on Balcolm Drive, Wolfville. Police are investigating.
Someone inflicted about $50 worth of damage on a nativity scene outside a home on Middle Dyke Road near Upper Canard.
A house in Kingston was egged overnight.
There were collisions in Coldbrook, New Minas, Hants Border and Greenwood. One person was injured when a driver in Coldbrook lost control and a vehicle flipped.
A shoplifter was caught in New Minas.
Police assisted EHS when an elderly and inebriated man fell in his home in the Berwick area.
An intoxicated man in his 70s was arrested in a Bay of Fundy community and placed in a cell after he kicked a door and tore a wreath.
Police brought an inebriated 21-year-old man home to his mother at 1 a.m. after he was reported in Greenwich.
Tree limbs were a traffic hazard on a road in Waterville at 2 a.m.
There was a fight at a New Minas drinking establishment.
Someone rang a doorbell at 3:48 a.m. in Brooklyn Corner and then departed.
An English Mountain Road resident reported vandalism to four tires by means of roofing nails.
There was a collision in Coldbrook at 11:25 a.m. Later, a vehicle rolled over near Aylesford Lake.
Checkpoints were set up outside Kingston and in Canning.
After a vehicle struck a tree and a pole at Dempsey Corner at 1 p.m., the 32-year-old driver was arrested for impairment. He was already under conditions not to drink.
A garage in Cambridge was broken into and an ATV and snowmobile taken. They were both located in a nearby field.
Two men were found in possession of a small amount of cannabis on Exhibition Street, North Kentville.
At 10:45 p.m., a 20-year-old man was injured when he was ejected from a moving vehicle in Centreville.
An ATV crashed near Sunken Lake at 11:45 p.m. Police are investigating an impairment charge against a 48-year-old man.
A traffic sign was deliberately bent on Main Street in Wolfville.
There was a noise complaint at 12:55 a.m. in Greenwood.
Two males were lurking around vehicles parked in Kingston and then they fled.
A report of a $200 credit card fraud came in from New Minas.
A driver was charged with impairment after a crash on Highway 101 near Berwick at 11:24 a.m.
A vehicle hit a pole in Aylesford, then icy roads prompted a collision on Highway 1 in Grand Pre.
Two vehicles collided head on Highway 101 near Aylesford at 4:20 p.m. The four occupants were initially in serious, but stable condition.
A 20-year-old man was arrested for breaking a window at the Canning library. He was in possession of a small amount of drugs.
Change was stolen out of two unlocked vehicles in Meadowview.
Police are investigating a gas and go in Coldbrook.
A residence on Mee Road, North Kentville, was broken into, but nothing was taken.
A curfew breach is being investigating in Harmony.
Some unknown people tried to crash a party in Greenwood at 6 a.m. Police were called after shouting erupted.
There was a collision in Cambridge.
Three domestic incidents were reported. A couple was reported to be fighting at 5:25 a.m. in New Minas.
One call was received from a suicidal individual.
There were two family relations incidents. Police are investigating one report that a woman in her 20s was kicked in the stomach by her father and another that a woman in her 90s was assaulted by her son.
Nine driving complaints were received. One involved an elderly driver on Highway 101 who was being overly cautious. There was a parking lot crash in New Minas.
There were four false alarms and 14 false 911 calls.