There were 147 reports made to Kings District RCMP between August 15 and 19.
Five unlocked vehicles were broken into overnight at a business on Commercial Street, New Minas.
A farmer in Lakeville was reported for chasing his cattle in a truck.
A 40-year-old woman was stopped in a New Minas store for attempted fraud.
There were neighbourhood disputes over property issues in North Kentville and Greenwood.
Two shoplifting complaints came in from Greenwood. Police are investigating.
A senior citizen in Bishopville laid a complaint about a door-to-door salesman selling personal alarm systems.
A 13-year-old boy was reportedly throwing rocks at cars in Gaspereau.
A youth took a cell phone and laptop out of an unlocked truck in Sheffield Mills. The rightful owner gave chase and got the items back.
A dog concern was registered in New Minas.
A 71-year-old male driver was stopped in Kingston. Since his licence was suspended, his vehicle was towed.
There was a vehicle fire in Chipman Brook.
A strange boat docked at Black Rock wharf. It was determined that it came from Yarmouth County.
A suspicious vehicle reported in Greenwood at 11:30 p.m. turned out to be stargazers.
At 3:56 a.m. there was a noise complaint from Canning.
A man alleged another man was stalking him in South Alton.
An unwanted man was reported at a business in Canning and another at a home in Wolfville.
A suspicious vehicle was observed in Brooklyn Corner.
A dog was left in a vehicle in North Kentville.
Police are investigating after a shoplifter took meat in Kingston.
A driver failed to remain after a collision in Waterville. Two people were injured.
An ATV was reported on a sidewalk in Greenwood.
At 4:56 p.m., two people at Aylesford Lake complained of a prowler in a residence during the previous night.
An unwanted man, riding an ATV without a helmet, was reported trespassing in Bishopville.
An intoxicated man was spotted on a road in Greenwich.
An inebriated and combative 51-year-old man caused a disturbance and damaged an apartment door in Kingston at 10:32 p.m. He was jailed after two reports.
An intoxicated man was looking into vehicles in North Kentville at 11:46 p.m. He was jailed.
There was a disturbance in Kingston at 12:21 a.m.
An iPhone was stolen from a New Minas residence.
Two windows were damaged at businesses in Greenwood overnight.
At 3 a.m. a couple, aged 38 and 49, were reported for a drunken disturbance at a campground. They were arrested and their two children were Family and Children’s Services.
Two male prowlers were reported around vehicles parked in Greenwood. Later, there were reports of three vehicles entered on River Crest Lane. There was also an attempted break-in at a Greenwood business. Later in the day, two or three dogs were reported barking from the same street.
A man in Wolfville reported a home invasion.
A 20-year-old inebriated woman was jailed in Greenwood at 3:49 a.m. and held until she was sober.
A driver who was caught speeding on Highway 101 near Kingston was charged.
A 52-year-old male shoplifter was banned from a store in Greenwood.
A youth in Auburn was reported for threatening assault with a weapon.
A home in Windermere was broken into.
A 29-year-old male shoplifter assaulted a staff member at a New Minas store.
Two dirt bikes were stolen from a shed in Wallbrook.
Police are investigating a report that a dog bit a child in Kingston at 4:57 p.m.
A vehicle flipped in Meadowvale.
There were two reports of neighbourhood disputes in North Kentville.
Four teen girls were reported heading in woods near Greenwood. Police determined they planned to go camping.
A toolbox was stolen during an apartment break-in in New minas.
Fireworks were reported as possible gunshots in Kingsport.
A man on a motorcycle hit a cow in Port Williams at 9:49 p.m. He ended up in the ditch and then the hospital.
A man was reported face down on a sidewalk in New Minas.
Loud parties were bothering neighbours in North Kentville, Canning and two places in Wolfville. A couple having a confrontation in a Wolfville parking lot were reported.
A suspicious man was noted at 1:43 a.m. on Nichols Avenue, North Kentville.
A loud party reported in Centreville at 2:30 a.m. turned out to be a wedding event that was winding up.
Two different dogs were reported left in vehicles in New Minas.
A driver on Highway 101 was reported throwing beer cans out of a vehicle.
An iPhone was found in Wolfville.
A vehicle hit a parked camper in Aylesford and departed the scene.
A dirt bike was stolen out of a shed in Greenwood. It was recovered later.
A woman reported a stolen vehicle in Wolfville, but she’s forgotten where she parked it.
An inebriated 26-year-old male was arrested for damaging a sign in New Minas.
Two lawn chairs were stolen from New Minas.
Police are investigating after an intoxicated woman allegedly failed to pay taxi fare and damaged the cab.
There was a wellbeing check. There were six domestic incidents. One intoxicated young woman arguing on a street was reported.
Seven mental health issues required police presence; several involved disturbances.
Four family relations calls came in. Two youth, aged 11 and 18, were reported for playing rough. The younger ended up at the hospital.
There was a case of unwanted phone calls, two possible breaches of conditions and one youth group home call.
Collisions took place in Chipman Corner, New Minas and Lakeville. There were 16 driving complaints. One driver ended up charged with passing on a double yellow line.
Checkpoints were set up in Chipman Corner, Aylesford and Berwick.
Two wellbeing checks were requested in Greenwood
There were five false alarms and seven false 911 calls. An elderly man mistakenly called 911 instead of 811 with a concern about shingles.