There were 110 reports made to Kings District RCMP between April 22 and April 25.
There was a report of a man acting suspiciously on the lawn of a Main Street home in Wolfville. He was mumbling while looking through garbage cans.
A sign put up by the Canning Fire Department was vandalized.
An intoxicated man who was staggering outside a Kingston residence was arrested at 1 p.m.
A man was reported for acting suspiciously while walking in North Alton for about an hour was located and agreed to go home.
Two men wearing black hoodies reportedly broke a window at a residence on Stewart Mountain Road at 2 p.m. They were gone when police arrived.
A golf cart and an ATV were noted driving down a Centreville street side by side.
At 5:19 p.m., gunshots were reported behind a Greenwood home. An ATV was noted in the vicinity.
Possible drug use was reported in Morristown and Wolfville.
The noise of tools in use prompted a noise complaint from Mee Road, North Kentville.
At 9 a.m. there was a complaint about illegal garbage dumped on a Greenwood property.
A possible fraud in the sale of a vehicle in North Kentville was reported.
An unregistered vehicle was stopped on Highway 101 near Greenwich.
A woman was reported for smoking in a vehicle parked in New Minas while there were two children under the age of five inside. Police are investigating a breach of the Smoke Free Places Act.
A female shoplifter in New Minas was found to have a concealed razor when stopped by police.
A Protection of Property notice was handed out by a Wolfville business.
Burning garbage was reported on Charles Street, North Kentville.
A missing 15-year-old girl was reported from New Minas.
A landlord/tenant issue arose in Fort Hill.
A man emerged from wood on the Grand Pré Road in Wallbrook and asked directions to Melanson. He was reported as suspicious.
At 8:02 p.m. a skinned cat was found behind an Aylesford apartment building. Police are investigating.
One man was charged following the seizure of marijuana plants in Aylesford.
A report of beer bottles broken on Highland Avenue, Wolfville, came in a 10:53 p.m. Police swept up the glass.
At 11:55 p.m., a suspicious person was reported behind a house in Greenwood where there was heavy equipment.
Responding to a report of an open fire and outdoor party on Prospect Street, Wolfville, police found university students burning papers.
A youth reported a break-in to a residence on Campbell Road, North Kentville, at 1:38 a.m.
More smashed beer bottles were noted at 2 a.m. on Highland Avenue, Wolfville.
Some suspicious noise was reported on Marie Crescent, North Kentville, at 2:46 a.m.
The theft of a purse and clothing was reported from an unlocked vehicle on University Avenue, Wolfville.
A large sum of money was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Aalders Avenue, New Minas. Police are investigating.
Someone damaged a message board outside a New Minas business.
A nervous driver hit two vehicles in the parking lot at Valley Regional Hospital. Later, a hit and run was reported from a convenience store parking lot in North Kentville.
There was a gas and go in New Minas at 3:37 p.m.
The theft of an engine out of a scrap vehicle was reported from Canning.
A man was caught trying to steal meat and cheese in New Minas.
At 12:27 p.m., two dogs were reported on Highway 1 in Berwick.
A medical alarm came in from Cambridge, but no one was located at the residence.
There were five mental health calls and four domestic incidents.
Officers handed out 24 speeding tickets and ticketed two people for use of a cell phone over three days. There were nine driving complaints.
There was a check stop in Wolfville.
Two breaches of conditions were noted and two fraudulent computer scams were reported.
There were three false alarms and four false 911 calls; three of the latter were made by elderly citizens.