Loud voices on a lawn on Marsh Hawk Drive in Wolfville were reported.
A report of an impaired driver in New Minas at 1:22 a.m. turned out to be a sober driver with drunken passengers.
There was a complaint about a dog barking on Main Street, Wolfville.
At 2:20 a.m., two calls came in about loud music, banging and shouting on the town’s Pleasant Street. A 22-year-old, intoxicated man was arrested on Hillside Avenue and taken into custody until sober. Elsewhere in Wolfville, a 20-year-old, intoxicated woman was arrested in the same town and held until sober.
Unwanted text messaging was reported in Kingston at 7:29 a.m.
There was a dispute over stolen property in North Kingston.
A report of a stolen vehicle turned out to be a dispute over ownership.
There was an assault over property in North Kentville.
Just after 6 p.m., there was a driving complaint in Hortonville.
Police were called twice to New Minas’ Lockhart and Ryan Park over an unwanted person.
RCMP assisted paramedics attend to the victim of an alleged assault.
A suspicious man was reported for standing on a street in Kingston.
In Lockhartville, a generator and a propane tank were reported stolen.
A stolen bike was reported in North Kentville.
Just before 11 p.m., two taxi customers jumped from the cab without paying in Forest Hill.
A purse was found on Gaspereau Avenue, Wolfville.
At 6:39 a.m., RCMP issued a warning to someone speeding on the 101.
A motorist was ticketed for having an unregistered vehicle.
Mischief involving a stuck backhoe was reported in Kingston just after 7 a.m.
Three dogs were reported left in a car at 3 p.m. in Wolfville.
An unwanted person was reported in Habitant
Between 11 p.m. and midnight, two callers complained about a group of older teenagers or university students being loud on Wolfville’s Balcolm Drive.
At 1:51 a.m., someone reported an iPhone was lost while bicycling in Wolfville.
RCMP received an animal abuse complaint.
At 9 a.m., there was a driving complaint from Highway 101 near Kingston. Later in the morning, a speeder was given a warning in Greenwood.
Damage to a car in an Acadia University parking lot was reported.
A ticket for failure to wear a seatbelt was issued in Greenwood.
An unwanted person was reported at a workplace at 1:14 p.m.
There was a threats complaint.
Two bicycles were stolen from two Canning residences.
RCMP were called about a dispute over a property line in Millville.
A male shoplifter fled on foot from a Kingston business. Police are investigating.
Police are investigating a report a syringe was thrown out of a truck window in New Minas.
An invalid licence was found.
Police called a driver after a driving complaint in Kingston.
There was a gas and go in Greenwich and a theft from a storage unit in New Minas.
There was a threats complaint.
An air compressor and a compound saw were stolen from an unlocked building in Greenwood.
A 15-year-old will face charges after a 7:46 p.m. assault.
Damage to a vehicle in a Greenwood parking lot was reported.
A person was reported missing on a trip from Kings County to Alberta, but he was located.
Beer was reported stolen from a Cambridge residence.
There was a one-vehicle crash just after midnight in Canning. There were no injuries and the driver was sober.
A driving complaint came in at 8:11 a.m. from Aldershot Road, North Kentville.
A homeless 19-year-old was found sleeping in a Greenwood gazebo.
Police were called about a person acting suspicious in New Minas: he was being overly nice to everyone in the Walmart parking lot.
A 19-year-old woman was banned from a Greenwood business after a shoplifting incident.
A disturbance was caused by obnoxious behaviour from occupants of a vehicle around 1:20 p.m. in New Minas.
There was a speeding complaint in Sheffield mills
Two vehicles crashed in Kingston and there was a separate driving complaint in the same village.
At 2 p.m., a stolen credit card used at a store in Cambridge.
There was a protection of properties act issue.
A shotgun shell was turned over for destruction.
A wallet was reported lost in Wolfville.
Medical marijuana was stolen.
Charges are pending after someone failed a curfew check.
Vehicles were reported racing on Highway 101 eastbound near Lockhartville.
There was a two-vehicle crash in Greenwich at 10:20 a.m.
Two women in their 20s were banned from a Greenwood store after a shoplifting incident.
Bullying was reported in the Canning area.
Police are investigating after a quantity of candy and a sock monkey were shoplifted in Greenwood.
Credit cards and ID were stolen from an unlocked vehicle in New Minas.
One child pushed another and police were called.
Lucy the yellow lab was walking on the road in Grafton.
A male shoplifter was reported in Greenwood.
A half pint of vodka was taken from a house in Waterville.
Two vehicles crashed on Highway 101 near Aylesford.
Just after 7 p.m., someone reported being followed by two vehicles in the Morristown area.
A suspicious truck and a four-wheeler were reported to be in a driveway in Welton’s Corner.
Erratic driving was reported in a Coldbrook gravel pit.
Young adults sitting in lawn chairs outside of a business in New Minas were told to move along at 10:48 p.m.
Between Sept. 19 and 26, Kings District RCMP conducted checkstops in New Minas, Coldbrook, Belcher Street, Gaspereau, Garland, New Minas, Kingston and South Alton.
There were seven false 911s and two false alarms. There were 15 mental health calls; five were about one man in the Berwick area over a 24-hour period and two were about the same man. There were seven domestic incidents: three involved assaults and one 32-year-old man was arrested and charged.
There was one call from a youth group home.
Six family relation calls were received; one involved unwanted relatives, one involved an assault and two were over custody disputes.