Cruiser Jan. 15
There were 96 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Jan. 7 and Jan. 10.
There was a rear-end collision in Kingston.
A well-being check was requested in North Kentville.
A resident near Murphy Lake complained about snowmobile noise day and night.
A break in was reported at an unlocked apartment in North Kentville.
Police followed up on a gas and go complaint in Coldbrook.
Two young men, aged 19 and 20, were charged under the Protection of Property Act after they entered a business in Greenwood in breach of conditions.
A driver was given a warning after passing a school bus with its lights on at 4:23 p.m.
A child welfare concern is being investigated.
Police in Wolfville are investigating a theft of home furnace oil.
Snowmobiles were reported on the road in Coldbrook.
A suspicious vehicle was reported near a Coldbrook apartment building at 12:36 a.m.
A noise complaint was made from Gaspereau Avenue in Wolfville.
A driver sideswiped another vehicle in Morristown and failed to stop.
Someone broke into an outbuilding in Canning and stole a snowmobile and a quantity of wire.
A man in his 70s was caught shoplifting in Kingston. He has been banned from the store.
There was a theft from an unlocked vehicle in Greenwood.
A driver who chronically violates a one-way street designation in Wolfville was reported.
A car and snowmobile collided in Coldbrook.
Three intoxicated men were stopped on Commercial Street in New Minas with open liquor.
An iPhone was reported stolen from a Wolfville residence.
A noise complaint came in from a New Minas apartment building at 7 p.m.
A driver, who was spotted tossing cigarette butts out of his vehicle, was stopped by police in Centreville. The officer also handed the driver a ticket for not having insurance.
There was a neighbourhood dispute in Aylesford that was reported at 10 p.m.
An intoxicated man reported to police that the device RCMP used to bug his residence was pinging on an hourly basis and it was driving him crazy.
Two dogs were reported at large in North Kentville.
A snowmobile was stolen from a garage in North Kentville and later recovered in a shed.
A sexual assault report is being investigated.
The grill of a van parked on Highland Avenue in Wolfville was damaged overnight.
A senior in her 80s loaned her bank card to someone who was going to pick up groceries for her. Later, the woman, who has vision problems, reported money missing.
A neighbourhood dispute in Kingston revolved around children throwing icy snowballs.
A well-being check was requested in Berwick.
A report came in from Cambridge about an eight-year-old child being knocked down by a pitbull.
An unhappy client caused a disturbance at a Greenwood business.
Off-road vehicles were causing problems in Aylesford at 9:14 p.m.
A suspicious vehicle in Aylesford Lake at 9:56 p.m. turned out to be a plow.
Three suspicious phone calls in a row were reported to police.
A homeless man with mental health issues contacted Wolfville police at 2:36 a.m.
Change was taken out of two unlocked vehicles on Wolfville Ridge.
A worker in New Minas called police about a workplace safety concern.
There were four domestic complaints. One man and arrested for assault and another in his 40s was arrested for breaching conditions not to contact his spouse.
Six mental health calls came in. Three regarded a 20-year-old female who has been the subject of over two dozen calls in the last month.
There were four family relations calls and three involved child custody issues.
There were 10 driving complaints. Most were due to potholes or weather conditions, but one medical emergency was picked up in Coldbrook. Two checkpoints were set up in Wolfville.
Seven calls came in from youth group homes in the county.
Threats were made over the phone and one landlord/tenant issue arose.
There were three false 911 calls and two false alarms.