There were 117 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Sept. 9 and Sept. 12
There was a gas and go in New Minas; a business is out $30.
A caller reported some bullying at West Kings High School.
A woman was yelling at a Kingston coffee shop at 10 a.m.
A Kingston resident reported a marijuana plant growing behind a house on Bridge Street.
Two bunkhouses in Woodside were broken into and $700 in cash was stolen.
Two horses were reported on the road in Nicholsville at 11:54 a.m. The owner located them before police arrived.
A woman was unresponsive and locked in a washroom in Greenwood, so police assisted paramedics.
A Wolfville resident was worried about a dog left in a car.
One person was injured during a collision in Waterville.
Police assisted in a child welfare concern in Wolfville.
Concern was raised about a youth skateboarding down the steep Black Rock Road at 2:26 p.m.
A woman was charged with shoplifting in Kingston.
A sexual assault in Wolfville is being investigated.
A vehicle was reported abandoned in Canning.
A beach walker in Morden reporting finding a life jacket and buoy.
A truck towing another vehicle jackknifed on Highway 101 near Kingston.
A sum of money was stolen from a South Bishop Road residence,Coldbrook.
There was a gas and go in Greenwood.
Some threats were reported in Wolfville.
Someone broke into a house on the Aylesford Road through a basement window. Several valuable items were taken. Police are investigating.
A parked vehicle was reported damaged on Elizabeth Road, North Kentville.
A suspicious SUV was reported at 12:45 a.m. on the Black Rock Road.
Two men were injured in woods off Victoria Road in the Aylesford area. One was airlifted to Halifax.
After a collision in Medford, a driver received tickets for careless driving and not having insurance.
A consensual fight was reported in Aylesford.
A woman in a black Dodge Caravan failed to pay for gas in Kingston. Police are investigating.
A man reported finding two bags of marijuana in woods.
Three plastic barrels constituted a traffic hazard on Highway 101 near Greenwich.
A Hants Border area resident reported hearing a collision at 7:58 a.m. on Highway 101, but none had occurred.
A garage was broken into on Maple Street in Kingston.
A Somerset area resident called police to ask how unwanted texting could be blocked.
An intoxicated female, who was reported in a ditch on Marie Crescent in North Kentville at 1:10 p.m., was placed in a cell.
Two different parking complaints came in from Wolfville residents.
A neighbourhood dispute was reported in Coldbrook.
A woman was cursing in an “insultive” manner at a Greenwood business at 5:38 p.m.
A motorcycle driver suffered a broken femur after he swerved and crashed in Wolfville.
A shoplifter was stopped at a Kingston grocery store.
Later, someone fell asleep in a Kingston store and was reported as suspicious.
Harassing phone calls were reported in Kingston.
A 15-year-old was caught shoplifting in New Minas at 7:42 p.m.
A cow was on the road in Lakeville at 8:12 p.m.
A suspicious white vehicle was reported in Wolfville.
Some possible illegal burning was noted on Black Rock Road.
Loud music was reported from a Main Street, Kingston, apartment building at 11:55 p.m.
A Greenwood resident told police about hearing a running hose at a vacant property at 12:36 a.m. Police did not find any water.
An inebriated male was causing disturbance at 8:23 a.m. on Gaspereau Avenue, Wolfville.
There was a gas and go in Berwick.
A case of identity theft was reported in Greenwich.
A man was caught shoplifting in Greenwood. He was on probation.
A van was reported stolen on Elm Avenue, Wolfville, and then found parked on Front Street.
There was a hit and run in New Minas and a driver was arrested at 4:30 p.m.
A passport was stolen from a vehicle parked on the Acadia University campus.
There were two family relations calls; a 12-year-old youth was out of control at 8:30 a.m., because his father took his bike away. A total of eight mental health issues arose. One domestic incident was reported.
There were 12 driving complaints; one driver in a newly purchased vehicle claimed that was why his driving appeared impaired. Speeding was a problem on Bains Road in Canning.
Collisions took place in Scott’s Bay and New Minas. Check points were set up in Gibson Woods, Grand Pre, Berwick and two in Waterville.
Seven false 911 calls came in, including a four-year-old playing with the phone, and two false alarms.