Kings County From the Cruiser: Dec. 10

Wendy Elliott
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From the Cruiser

There were 94 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Dec. 2 and Dec. 5.

Dec. 2

A Wolfville landlord called police out of concern for tenants who are senior citizens.

A shoplifter was stopped in Wolfville.

An intoxicated 51-year-old male in Kingston was held until sober.

An outboard motor and gas were stolen from Sunken Lake.

A youth was causing a disturbance at a school in Cambridge at 12 p.m. Shortly afterward there was an assault at a school in Canning.

Off-road vehicles were on the road in Greenwood.

Two calls came in at 4:47 p.m. about an inebriated male lying covered in leaves near Jones Road in New Minas. He was placed in a cell.

A dog owner in Kingston reported another dog bit her dog’s tail.

There was an abandoned vehicle in Sunken Lake.

A man called 911 in Kingston after leaving his wallet on a Kings Transit bus. Police were sympathetic, but indicated he was misusing the 911 service.

A driver without a licence had a crash in the fog at 8:55 p.m. in North Alton. He also failed to remain at the scene.

Dec. 3

At 1:15 a.m. a 29-year-old intoxicated woman was spotted prowling among vehicles in Greenwood. She was jailed until sober.

Loud music was reported at 1:42 a.m. in Kingston.

Police pursued a 26-year-old driver at 7:25 a.m. He sped away, then fled his vehicle, resisted police and was arrested after a foot chase.

A woman in her 30s was reported twice for shoplifting in New Minas.

A case of adult bullying was noted in North Kentville.

A vehicle was damaged in Greenwood overnight and also one in New Minas.

Two reports came in of damage to mailboxes in Greenwood Square. Some were lit on fire.

A report of assault came in from a school in Canning, involving 14-year-olds.

Two female youth are banned from an Auburn store for shoplifting.

A Sunken Lake resident reported someone driving a Dodge Dakota truck was knocking down fences at 4:50 p.m. Later, a truck was abandoned in a ditch in Forest Hill.

Milne Avenue in New Minas experienced flooding.

Dec. 4

At 1:49 a.m., an elderly man drove off the River Road near Gaspereau and got stuck. Police found he had a gun case in his vehicle and was delusional about someone being under his vehicle.

A shoplifter was reported in New Minas.

A bus passenger in Wolfville was reported for failure to comply.

Two mothers in New Minas are being investigated for threatening each other regarding their children.

At 7:18 p.m., a suspicious man was in a Kingston bank lobby seeking a Wi-Fi connection.

At a traffic stop at 11:15 p.m. in New Minas, the smell of marijuana was detected. Four people, aged 15 to 24, were arrested.

Dec. 5

Some windows were smashed at a building in Greenwood.

Six mental health calls came in. One call involved mental issues, family relations and threats.

There were four family relations issues, including two out of control youth.

Three domestic incidents took place, among them two cases of damage to property.

Two child welfare concerns were received and a well being check was requested. Two sudden deaths were investigated.

There were eight driving complaints, including a school bus violation. Some stunting was noted in Aylesford. Collisions took place in Greenwood, Coldbrook and near Coldbrook and then near Aylesford on Highway 101. There was a parking lot crash in New Minas.

There were two calls for transportation to Inn from the Cold.

There were three false alarms and four false 911 calls.

The community policing officer spent an evening and morning at the mall in New Minas raising awareness of holiday safety and locking up valuables in vehicles.

Organizations: RCMP, Kingston bank

Geographic location: New Minas, Greenwood, Kingston Wolfville Sunken Lake Kings Canning Cambridge Jones Road North Alton North Kentville Forest Hill Milne Avenue Coldbrook River Road Gaspereau Aylesford

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