From the cruiser
There were 109 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Jan. 27 and Jan. 30.
There was a hit and run in Port Williams.
A male driver was pinned against another vehicle while getting out of his rolling vehicle at a New Minas grocery store.
A vehicle hit a pole at Welton’s Landing.
A vehicle suffered a broken window on Scott Drive, North Kentville.
A man reported his wedding band was either lost or stolen from a locker room in Canning.
A parent reported hearing a loud bang about 5 p.m. Police determined his 14-year-old son had backed his vehicle into the garage door and dented it.
A father in Berwick reported his teenaged son and friends had broken into a grandmother’s house.
A 13-year-old was reported missing and then found.
A snowplow driver reported seeing a suspicious light in a home near Welton’s Landing at 12:20 a.m. It turned out to be a candle.
At 2:16 a.m. an Aylesford resident reported a possible auto theft in progress. It turned out to be a neighbour outdoors.
A lost passport was reported in Wolfville. Passports should not be used for ID, said Const. Blair MacMurtery.
A Greenwood resident reported an ID theft that resulted in frauds, which occurred in Ottawa and Montreal.
A suspicious vehicle was noted in Tremont.
Two different shoplifters were stopped in New Minas. Later, a 25-year-old woman was stopped in Greenwood for shoplifting.
There was an assault at the youth centre in Waterville.
An out-of-control teen broke a window in a vehicle.
There was a gas and go in New Minas.
An unwanted male person was reported at a workplace.
Possible illegal drug use was noted in Waterville.
Harassment over the phone was an issue in Kingston.
A driver in Black Rock got a ticket for having an invalid licence.
A female pedestrian reported a suspicious male driver who offered her a drive at 9:15 p.m. near a New Minas restaurant.
A dog was barking late at night in Kingston.
A child welfare issue arose.
There was a dispute between neighbours over snow blowing.
A vehicle in Kingston was egged overnight.
An angry young man was reported as unwanted in Kingston at 11:50 a.m.
A driver in New Minas was warned about spinning his vehicle in the snow.
A woman in her 20s was injured when her vehicle slipped off the road in Coldbrook at 1:20 p.m.
A cell phone was stolen in Berwick.
A vehicle was damaged in a parking lot on Campbell Road, North Kentville.
An unwanted male was reported by a Greenwood business and there was another in Wolfville.
A woman called police for advice about a civil matter involving the non-delivery of a piano.
A 24-year-old man was caught shoplifting in Wolfville.
A road rage incident was reported from a New Minas parking lot.
A suspicious male was knocking on doors on Main Street in Wolfville, allegedly looking for a rental unit.
Later, a Wolfville resident called police to check whether canvassers were legitimate.
At 7:34 p.m. a suspicious man was reported on Kencrest Avenue in Wolfville.
A vehicle skidded off Highway 101 near Grand Pre at 8:34 a.m.
Six domestic incidents arose between Jan. 27 and 30. There were three calls about a 60-year-old, intoxicated man who was arrested for assault. He also failed on two issues of compliance.
There were seven mental health calls. One woman in her 50s has been reported 64 times in total. Four family relations complaints were received; three involved custody issues.
Police were called to two youth group homes and there were two landlord/tenant disputes reported.
Six driving complaints were recorded, including one of stunting in Greenwich. Collisions took place in Hants Border, Lakeville, Aylesford There parking lot crashes in Greenwood, North Kentville and three in New Minas, including a truck driver who backed into a car door.
Police conducted a checkpoint in Greenwood
There were five calls about threats and two requests for wellbeing checks.
There were two false alarms and five false 911 calls.