From the Cruiser
There were 142 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between June 17 and June 20.
A dirt bike driving near a school in Canning was reported.
An attempted fraud on Kijiji was reported.
There were two calls to police after a driver fell asleep and drove off Highway 101 at 1:50 p.m.
A prowler relocated a video camera at a business in Greenwood.
An unwanted person was reported in Coldbook.
A report of someone interfering with survey markers came in from Aylesford.
A cottage was broken into at Aylesford Lake.
A chainsaw and other tools were stolen from an unlocked shed in Kingston.
A woman in her 20s was stopped while stealing a pregnancy test in New Minas.
A report of threats came in from Hall’s Harbour.
Someone damaged a fence in Kingston, which allowed dogs to get loose.
Two prowlers were in a Kingston backyard at 5:48 p.m. Later, prowlers were reported behind a tire shop in the same village.
An ongoing issue with off road vehicles was noted in North Kentville.
Four people were caught shoplifting in New Minas. A 51-year-old woman was charged.
There was a noisy birthday party on Summer Street in Wolfville.
A vehicle was towed from Kingston after a driver with a revoked licence was stopped. He was driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle.
A 19-year-old Waterville man was reported for animal cruelty. Police are investigating allegations a rat was killed and a cat injured.
A rock was used to break a window at a New Minas business at 3:23 a.m.
At 3:43 a.m., an intoxicated male in Wolfville was taken to the home of a friend.
There was a hit and run on Nichols Avenue, North Kentville, 6:30 a.m.
At 10 a.m. a call came in about a woman with a bloody face walking along Wolfville Ridge. A man was with her.
A purse and GPS were stolen from an unlocked vehicle in North Kentville.
A Berwick resident reported her son’s bedroom window was opened overnight.
There was some mischief at a farm property overnight at Chipman Corner.
Someone left a dog in a vehicle in Greenwood for 25 minutes.
There was a disturbance on Commercial Street, New Minas, involving youth and a scooter. A trio took off when police arrived.
Threats were reported in Lakeville.
An ATV was on the road in Kingston.
A vehicle hit a deer on Marshall Road, Kingston.
Seven or eight dirt bikes were causing problems in Lakeville.
Police responded to a medical emergency.
Seven tires on two vehicles in North Kentville were slashed overnight.
Police are investigating a report of possible drug trafficking in North Kentville.
Three female teens were banned from a Greenwood store after they tried shoplifting.
There was a theft from an unlocked vehicle in North Kentville.
A baby was left in a vehicle in Wolfville.
A woman reported she had allowed someone to gain access to her computer fraudulently.
A large bale of fertilizer fell off a truck on Highway 101 near Wolfville, closing the road for an hour.
ATVs were reported on the road in Kingston and in North Kentville.
Two 16-year-olds were caught shoplifting in New Minas.
Some mischief was reported in a conflict between two contractors in Bishopville. Later, mischief occurred around a vehicle in Kingston.
A bike was stolen in Berwick and a wallet was lost in New Minas.
A loud noise was noted at a New Minas business at 8:59 p.m.
A 31-year-old male driver was given a seven-day suspension while driving a motorcycle in Avonport.
A Cambridge resident reported hearing someone yell for help at 10:15 p.m.
There was a disturbance at Lake Paul.
Youth were reported making noise on Scott Drive, North Kentville.
There were two reports two hours apart about a car fire in Coldbrook.
Three reports came in about an unwanted woman at Valley Regional Hospital.
A vehicle was towed from Gaspereau Avenue, Wolfville, at 2 a.m. The 20-year-old driver did not have a licence, insurance or registration.
A driver was stopped in Coldbrook at 5:19 a.m. and he was found in possession of a tiny amount of cannabis.
A purse was taken from a vehicle on Westwood Avenue, Wolfville, after a window was left down.
There were two family relations calls and five domestic incidents. A 45-year-old man was charged with assault and a 56-year-old man faces three charges including assault with a weapon.
One mental health call was received.
There were six false 911 calls and two false alarms.
There were 10 driving complaints. Collisions took place in North Kentville, Cambridge, Melanson, Coldbrook, Greenwich and three in New Minas.
Parking lot crashes took place in Coldbrook and in New Minas
Checkpoints were set up in North Kentville, Avonport, Coldbrook and Wolfville.