There were 265 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Aug. 29 and Sept. 5.
A suspicious call was received at a Kingston school about children and bus stops.
A call came in from New Minas about a man involved in a disturbance that was connected to ongoing harassment.
A licence plate was stolen in Wolfville. Then, a man on a bike was reported weaving in and out of Main Street traffic.
There was a medical emergency in a Kingston workplace after an employee fell off a ladder.
A youth was reported as out of control at a group home.
Police were informed about a YouTube video of five males assaulting a lone man with a baseball. An investigation is underway.
A safe was stolen from a Centreville residence.
A loud party on Gaspereau Avenue was reported in Wolfville.
A 19-year-old, intoxicated male was taken to jail after he stole a road sign on Gaspereau Avenue in Wolfville.
A possible case of taxi fraud was reported in Wolfville. The patron paid in the end.
An inebriated 17-year-old girl was causing a disturbance in Berwick at 4:46 a.m.
A driver, who failed to pay for gas at 7:07 a.m. in New Minas, came back later to ante up.
A dog in Cambridge was reported for lunging after a child.
An iPhone was reported missing from the Lumsden Dam area.
Two men in their 20s were fighting in a parking lot in Greenwood at 12:50 p.m. Police gave them a warning after learning the fight was consensual.
A whipper snipper was found in North Kentville.
There was a break-in on Wright Lane in Wolfville.
A 45-year-old man was arrested for assault after he tossed two children, aged five and eight, off an embankment in New Minas.
There was a neighbourhood dispute in Bishopville.
A theft took place from an unlocked vehicle in Aylesford.
A driver who failed to stop at a stop sign in Greenwood was ticketed.
Police found a man passed out in a truck in New Minas just after midnight. There was liquor in the vehicle. The truck was towed.
Two windows were broken when someone tossed rocks at a house in Cambridge at 12:09 a.m.
At 1 a.m., a caller reported dirt bikes screaming around Auburn. They fled when police arrived.
Two women in their 20s got into an altercation at a drinking establishment in New Minas.
There were noise complaints at 2:35 a.m. in North Kentville and five minutes later in New Minas. A third call came in from the same village shortly afterward.
At 3:40 a.m., an intoxicated and unwanted male was reported in North Kentville.
At 8:43 a.m. a Wolfville caller reported vulgar music coming from the Acadia University campus.
A Sea-doo and trailer were stolen from a Windermere driveway overnight.
Someone was reported defecating in woods in Millville.
ATVs were causing problems in East Dalhousie at 11:34 a.m.
A report of loud music in Wolfville turned out to be youth playing video games.
A bag of manure was stolen from a shed in Bishopville.
Garbage was burning illegally in Aylesford at noon.
A youth was reported skateboarding on the Black Rock Road.
A New Minas resident reported half a window had disappeared.
Reports of gunshots came in from North’s Corner, near Canning, and from Arlington.
An Aylesford Lake property owner, who was out of the province, checked the video surveillance on his property and saw strange vehicles. Police determined that the neighbours were holding a wedding and needed extra parking space.
A hand, hanging off a truck passing through New Minas, turned out to be plastic.
Children playing with a lighter started a fire that burned down a shed in Meadowvale near Tremont.
Shots were reported in Cambridge at 7:47 p.m.
Two men were fighting in Greenwood at 8:36 p.m. They were gone when police arrived.
Skateboarding youth were causing a disturbance in Kingston was 10:53 p.m.
An inebriated man in his 70s prompted a medical emergency call from North Kentville.
A loud party was reported at 10:17 p.m. from Balcolm Driver in Wolfville.
At 1:28 a.m., there was an unwanted, intoxicated man on Wolfville Ridge.
There was a loud party at 1:51 a.m. on Linden Avenue in Wolfville.
Some males were reported in an Aylesford cemetery at 2:28 a.m.
A female driver, age 27, was handed a seven-day suspension in New Minas for alcohol consumption. Shortly afterward, there was a disturbance at a fast food drive-in in the same village.
Some teenage girls in Wolfville had a sleepover and got into their host’s liquor cabinet. A parent reported them at 5:50 a.m. They got sick and received a lecture from police.
A backpack was stolen from an unlocked vehicle overnight in Greenwood.
Off-road vehicles were reported from Millville at 10:18 a.m.
An unwanted male was reported in Canning at 11:23 a.m., followed by another in North Kentville.
A staff member at a local group home was assaulted by an 18-year-old male.
Two reports came in about a three-vehicle collision in Lower Wolfville. One injured person went to hospital.
A theft of firewood was reported from North Kentville.
At 4:51 p.m., a vehicle was reported going the wrong way in Avonport. Three minutes later, a crash occurred.
An inebriated woman was reported cursing at children in Greenwood.
Youth were causing mischief at a school in New Minas at 6:57 p.m.
A stolen licence plate was reported in Canning.
ATVs were driving around a house in Cambridge at 12:35 a.m.
An officer found illegal drugs when a noise complaint came in from Bay Street in Wolfville.
Someone was knocking on doors in North Kentville at 3:35 a.m.
A break-in reported on Gaspereau Avenue in Wolfville turned out to be an insecure door.
A garage was broken into overnight in Rockland.
A gas and go took place in Berwick.
Two dogs got into a fight in Coldbrook, and then, so did their owners. Later, there was a heated argument over money in the same community.
An unregistered vehicle owner was charged in Greenwich.
A woman in North Kentville witnessed someone stealing change from an unlocked vehicle at 5 p.m.