From the cruiser
There were 106 reports made between Feb. 27 and March 3.
There were two noise complaints from Aylesford at 12:55 a.m.
A man was arrested after a woman came into a Greenwood business after an assault.
Some items were taken during a break-in at a Berwick home.
A New Minas business reported some mischief.
Someone attempted to steal gas caps in Waterville.
There was a collision on the Highway 101 access road in New Minas.
A gerbil breeder reported harassment on social media.
A driver was caught using a hand-held cellular device in New Minas.
A fraud of $1,000 was reported from New Minas and is being investigated.
A vehicle was stopped in Greenwich and police found marijuana.
A checkpoint was set up in Greenwood.
An impaired driver was caught in Wolfville at 1 a.m.
Two suspicious males were reported at 3:40 a.m. leaving footprints around cars in New Minas. When located, they said they were delivering newspapers.
Harassing phone calls were reported from Lake Paul.
At 11:24 a.m. there was a rear-end collision in New Minas that involved four vehicles. A second one occurred later on Prospect Street.
There was a collision involving a Kings Transit bus at an intersection in Aylesford.
Noisy tenants were reported on Linden Avenue in Wolfville.
A vehicle went into a ditch in Sheffield Mills at 1:15 p.m. Later a truck flipped in Port Williams on icy roads.
Some illegal drugs were seized at Acadia University.
Someone was reported singing loudly from a van outside a Greenwood drinking establishment at 1:49 p.m. The 40-year-old men was waiting for his father who was inside using the VLT machines.
There was a gas and go in Coldbrook.
Two separate female shoplifters were caught in New Minas trying to steal cosmetics.
Shots were reported from a sand pit off Cornwallis Street in New Minas. Police located a man who was out shooting crows.
A licence plate was stolen from English Mountain Road.
A resident was reported missing from the rehab centre in Waterville at 4 p.m. He returned later.
An unwanted man was reported in Port Williams at 12:30 a.m. He was continuing to confess his love for a woman there.
A checkpoint was set up in Greenwood and later one in Berwick.
A driver in Sheffield Mills received a seven-day suspension for drinking and later so was another in New Minas.
A man in his late 80s was charged for making false 911 calls. EHS later corroborated the charge, which has a fine of $693.95.
A Steam Mill resident reported suspicious activity at 3:28 a.m. and police found a tractor running on the side of the road. It had been stolen from a nearby dealership. Later a call came in about attempts made to steal a motorcycle and a skidoo in the same community. Neither would start.
A snowplow hit a van at an intersection in Centreville.
A vehicle that had been left running was reported from a business at Terry’s Creek Road in Port Williams.
Youth allegedly were up to mischief in a park on Mercon Drive in Coldbrook.
A male fled after stealing an electronic game at a New Minas store.
At 10 p.m. a large group of young adults were reported causing a disturbance on Gaspereau Avenue in Wolfville.
A vehicle rolled over near Harbourville.
Prowlers were reported in New Minas at 1:10 a.m.
An intoxicated woman in her 40s was arrested in Port Williams for breaching probation.
A checkpoint was set up in Aylesford.
A vehicle ended up on its roof in Weston at 10:15 a.m. due to snowy roads.
A concerned caller reported small children playing in snow near the road in North Kentville.
Police are investigating a damaged vehicle on Sanford Road in North Kentville.
A driver and passenger went to hospital after a collision in North Kentville at 5 p.m. The single vehicle rolled three times and hit a tree.
A suspicious person was reported at 7 p.m. while trying to get warm at a New Minas business.
There was a youth group home incident in North Kentville.
Five domestic incidents were reported and there were also five mental health calls. Police were required to attend four family relations calls.
Police carried out four checks on keeping court conditions.
Five driving complaints came in. One driver was warned not to use cruise control on snow-covered roads.
Two reports of threats came in from Canning and North Kentville.
There were two false alarms and a total of eight false 911 calls. Two were made by children, one was made from a high school wrestling tournament and a fourth came from a woman who wanted a blood sample taken to prove to her daughter that she wasn’t intoxicated.