Cruiser Nov. 29

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Nov. 19

Two children were left in a running vehicle in New Minas.

A shed at the Kingstec campus was broken into, but nothing appeared taken.

Three unused syringes were food in a Greenwood parking lot.

Cash and camping equipment was stolen from two unlocked vehicles in North Kentville. Later, in Kingston, a driver reported Christmas presents, military gear and a GPS was taken from an unlocked vehicle.

Fraudulent cheques were reported in Berwick and New Minas.

A 13-year-old in Kingston stole an ATV.

A 48-year-old man was reported for shoplifting in Berwick.

A 49-year-old female driver was charged under the Motor Vehicle Act after two reports she drove over the yellow line due to fatigue.

A prowler on Aalders Avenue in New Minas was looking in vehicles at 11:30 p.m.

A taxi driver in Wolfville suffered a medical issue and hit the door of the Library Pub. He veered into another taxi and finally came to rest on Elm Avenue near the old railway tracks.

Nov. 20

A driver in Cambridge received a seven-day suspension. Police determined he had no insurance or valid license.

An attempted break-in on Summer Street in Wolfville was reported. Later, someone in the same building called police about the theft of electronics.

Reports came in of littering in Greenwich and Greenwood.

A cyclist received a warning after hitting a pedestrian Berwick.

Some suspicious gold rings turned up in New Minas and police are investigating.

Black ice caused a single-vehicle crash in Arlington.

Police had to mediate in Centreville after a dispute over the sale of a car.

Two women were looking in vehicles on Belcher Street.

There was a shoplifter in Kingston.

A young child was outside, not dressed for the weather, in Sheffield Mills. Police found the mother sleeping.

An unwanted person near Camp Aldershot might have been a hunter.

A youth broke into some trailers in Black Rock.

Someone was driving on farmland in Glenmont.

There was a disturbance between roommates in North Kentville.

A driver went to hospital after rolling a vehicle on Highway 221.

Nov. 21

There was a disturbance at a drinking establishment in New Minas.

A gas and go was reported in Berwick and, later, one in New Minas.

A patrol stopped a driver without insurance or ownership papers in Coldbrook.

Three individual vehicles in Glenmont and on the Morden Road lost control and crashed.

A 27-year-old woman in Kingston was stopped for shoplifting three cans of formula. She was also wanted for failing to comply.

A break-in was reported in Kingston.

Bullying was noted at a school.

Change was taken from an unlocked vehicle in Kingston.

Trespassing and loud music were reported in North Kentville.

An intoxicated woman reported a vehicle stolen in Greenwood, but police were able to find it.

A homeless man was transported by police from North Kentville to Inn from the Cold.

Nov. 22

An individual was found at home on a curfew check in Wolfville.

An inebriated, 32-year-old man was placed in a cell after he was acting strange in a Wolfville coffee shop.

A 43-year-old man was found on a doorstep in North Kentville with hypothermia. The homeless man managed to ring a doorbell at 7:14 a.m.

A caller reported a fraudulent cold call that initiated illegal access to his computer files.

Someone cut the fence on a Nova Scotia Power compound in Kingston. A man in Sheet Harbour received serious electrical burns last weekend after a break-in to a power station.

Damage was reported at a drinking establishment on Main Street in Wolfville.

A boy in Auburn ran across the road and was hit by a car. He received minor injuries.

There was a drug bust in North Kentville that was reported initially at 8:52 p.m. as a home invasion.

A man, who was pumping gas in Greenwich while smoking, became agitated when questioned. He was banned from the business.

Noise was reported from a house crawl on Prospect Avenue in Wolfville.

An elderly resident in Kingston reported doorbell ringing at 11:58 p.m.

Nov. 23

A South Berwick resident was bothered by noise at 3 a.m.

A vehicle flipped on black ice at 7:30 a.m. on Highway 1 in Berwick.

There was a break-in at a Coldbrook business overnight and an attempted business break in New Minas.

There was a theft from an unlocked vehicle in North Kentville.

Some lumber and a ladder fell off a truck in South Berwick.

Shoplifters were reported in Kentville and Aldershot. Later, a 43-year-old man was stopped in New Minas.

A 39-year-old intoxicated man was reportedly sleeping under a tree in Waterville at 2:30 p.m. He was placed in a cell.

A shed was broken into in New Minas, but nothing appeared to be taken.

Two people, who were causing a disturbance on a Kings Transit bus, were expelled by police. They also found themselves banned.

A small woods fire was put out in Berwick.

A man in his 50 had a motorcycle collision in Coldbrook, broke his hand and experienced a concussion.

An off-road vehicle was in the mall parking lot in Greenwood.

Police are investigating a cardboard fire at a Waterville apartment building.

A man was reported hitchhiking at 8:50 p.m. on Highway 101 near Grand Pré.

A prowler was noted in a backyard on Stirling Avenue in Wolfville. Later, a music mixer was reported stolen.

A driver in Greenwood was thought to be drinking a beer in a truck.

Organizations: Library Pub, Nova Scotia Power

Geographic location: New Minas, Kingston, North Kentville Greenwood Berwick Wolfville Greenwich Coldbrook Aalders Avenue Glenmont Elm Avenue Cambridge Arlington Centreville Belcher Street Sheffield Mills Black Rock Morden Road South Berwick Waterville Sheet Harbour Auburn Prospect Avenue Kentville Aldershot Grand Pré Stirling Avenue

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