From the Cruiser
There were 117 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Jan. 17 and Jan. 21.
A wallet was stolen out of a grocery cart in New Minas at 9:30 a.m.
At 10 a.m., a vehicle damaged a chain link fence at Wolfville School.
A pistol was turned over to police for destruction.
A child welfare concern was raised.
An assault took place in Canning.
A medical emergency occurred in Wolfville.
A complaint came in about fumes and noise from motorcycle races on Sunken Lake.
A gas and go is being investigated in Coldbrook.
Police responded to a break-in after an alarm went off in Centreville.
A fire at a hairdressing salon in New Minas was investigated and determined to be electrical in nature.
Someone called to report her Facebook page had been hacked.
A golf cart was reported on the road in South Berwick at 7:40 p.m.
A driver got a ticket after he failed to stop at an intersection.
A warning was issued after a noise complaint in Wolfville.
A car skidded into another vehicle on Highway 101 near Grand Pré.
Police looked into an unwanted person complaint at Acadia University.
A vehicle hit the guardrail on Highway 101 at 4 p.m.
Police are looking into the theft of money from a charity can in Berwick.
There was a break-in at a Sunken Lake property.
A sexual assault report is being investigated in Wolfville.
A crosswalk guard reported a violator in Wolfville.
There was a Protection of Property Act violation in New Minas.
A mirror was broken on a parked vehicle on Main Street in Wolfville after a passing bus hit it. Police believe the cold weather kept the storage compartment lock on the bus from closing properly.
A 24-year-old impaired driver was reported from at 2:27 a.m. He was stopped in North Kentville.
Someone broke the glass on a front door in Greenwood.
A blonde-haired woman, about 50 years old, knocked on a door in North Kentville and begged for money. Later, there was a second complaint of an unwanted woman.
A vehicle went off the road on Ridge Road in Wolfville.
A wallet was stolen during a party at a New Minas residence.
A woman caused a disturbance at a professional office in Greenwood.
A woman, approximately 50, was begging in Wolfville at 3:42 p.m. She wore a light blue jacket.
A 21-year-old male, wanted in other jurisdictions, was arrested in Greenwood.
A parent on South Mountain reported two strange men taking photos of children.
There were collisions in Greenwich and Hortonville. A white truck hit a pole in New Minas and kept going.
Someone was pushing snow on the road in Kingston.
Meat and DVDs were reported stolen from a North Kentville residence.
There was a noise complaint on Summer Street in Wolfville at 10:28 p.m.
Three intoxicated youth, aged 14–16, were causing a disturbance on a Kingston street at 1 a.m. The trio, one girl and two boys, were delivered to their parents.
Three males were reported prowling around vehicles in Port Williams at 1:15 a.m.
A 47-year-old impaired male driver went into the ditch in Coldbrook at 1:52 a.m.
A report of illegal drug possession in Wolfville is being investigated.
Passersby prevented a serious fire at a duplex on Marsh Hawk Drive in Wolfville. It was reported at 4:43 a.m.
A vehicle on Highway 358 in Port Williams was gone through overnight.
A Kingston resident reported a prowler’s tracks were in the snow near a garage.
A broken-down 2005 Skidoo was stolen at Aylesford Lake.
There was a robbery with a knife at a Kingston pharmacy.
An Auburn residence was broken into.
An inebriated 54-year-old woman was placed in a cell after she failed to pay for taxi fare in New Minas.
An abandoned vehicle reported in New Minas turned out to be a broken down.
Four domestic incidents arose. Two mental health calls came in.
There were five family relations calls. Two concerned custody issues and one launched an investigation into an indecent act. A 20-year-old intoxicated male was arrested after he breached conditions and made threats.
There were four driving complaints. One 84-year-old driver maintained he was only driving for the road conditions when accused of erratic driving. Collisions took place in Kingston, Wolfville and Berwick.
Checkpoints were set up in Kingston, New Minas and Greenwood.
There was a parking lot crash in New Minas.
There were three youth group home incidents and two threats complaints. Two reports of historic sexual assaults were received.
There was one false alarm and five false 911 calls.
The community policing officer made a presentation to a good sized crowd at Acadia University on scams, ID theft and fraud.