A cell phone card was stolen in Kingston at 12:17 a.m.
A credit card holder got lost with identification in Greenwood.
Mischief-makers were out ringing New Minas door bells at 4:17 a.m. Later, a break-in was reported at a business in the village.
At 10:23 a.m., two strange men were reported banging on a door in North Kentville.
A woman in Greenwood reported a possible identity theft.
A missing iPhone was reported in Scott’s Bay.
A man with a rifle near Lake George was actually walking with a pellet gun.
Drivers failed to pay for gas in New Minas and Grand Pré.
A purse was found at a Berwick business and a bike was found in Kingston.
Two men in their 40s got into a fight over a woman in Greenwood causing a disturbance. They received a warning.
At 2:40 a.m., a man and woman in their 20s were arrested for having open liquor in Canning.
A shirtless man spent the night in a car parked in Aylesford. He disappeared at 9:58 a.m.
Three different shoplifters were reported in Kingston.
A power line was on the road n North Kentville at 2:24 p.m.
A 22-year-old male was arrested for illegal possession of liquor in a park in Kingston.
Later, someone was reported for selling a chain saw in Kingston. Police checked out the individual and determined he needed money for groceries.
A bike was stolen in Auburn.
A driver in Wolfville hooked the bumper of a white Mercedes and tore it off while travelling along downtown Main Street.
A male was reported for theft under $5,000 in Kingston. Later in the village, a break-in was called in, but the premises were insecure.
Off-road vehicles were problematic in Auburn and joy riding was reported in Somerset.
Prowlers were spotted in South Tremont at 11:43 p.m.
A caller from Wolfville said a bunch of inebriated males were “being stupid” and playing with construction signs in the downtown just after midnight.
Eight minor domestic incidents were reported.
There were 11 family relations issues. As usual on a holiday weekend, several involved custody complaints.
Nine mental health calls came in. Three of them involved the same woman. One caller complained of being zapped by a neighbour.
There were four threats complaints, one case of harassing phone calls and one possible breach of conditions. Three child welfare concerns were raised and two frauds reported.
A lost passport and a lost wallet were reported in New Minas.
A driver in Arlington called for information to help him register a 20-year-old motorcycle he’d just purchased.
Some ATVs set off an alarm at a Cambridge business. No break-in took place.
One man was arrested for breaching the peace after three males got into a fight in Bishopville.
A teenaged girl was captured on video while shoplifting in New Minas.
A cow was on the road in Woodville.
A suspicious man was reported near two vacant houses in Greenwood.
An elderly North Kentville resident called police at 2:22 a.m. about noises in the basement. Police did not find any cause.
A homeless woman was reported on Avon Lane in Greenwich.
Two different women were caught shoplifting in Greenwood at 11:19 a.m. and 1:19 p.m.
Police were asked to assist when an ex-roommate went to retrieve possessions in North Kentville.
A man on a bike threatened another man on Foster Street in Berwick.
A wallet was found in New Minas after it had been stolen at Valley Regional Hospital. A credit card had been used. An iPhone was lost in New Minas as well.
A warehouse in Auburn was the subject of some mischief recently.
A neighbourhood dispute was reported on Gracie Drive in North Kentville.
Several suspicious males were noted in a parking lot in Berwick at 6:20 p.m.
Loud music was reported on Parkside Driver in Kingston.
Two men were fighting outside a drinking establishment in Greenwood at 2:10 a.m. They received a warning.
There were three mental health calls and two family relations issues.
Eight driving complaints were received. An incident of road rage was reported at a stop sign in Wallbrook. There was a collision on Highway 101 near Berwick. Check points were set up on English Mountain Road, Gibson Woods, Grafton, and Cambridge.
There was a parking lot crash in Kingston. There was one false alarm and four false 911 alarms.
There were 23 driving complaints in total. Three warnings were handed out and speeding was a problem at the Cornwallis River Crossing and in Sheffield Mills. There were collisions in Tremont and New Minas.
Parking lot crashes took place in Wolfville, along with two in New Minas and two in Kingston.
Checkpoints were set up in Aylesford, Millville, Wolfville, Berwick, Greenwood, Kingston, Cambridge, Somerset and North Kentville.
There were 10 false alarms and 15 false 911 calls.
An incident of road rage was reported in Wolfville.
Several people were riding a shopping cart on Jones Road in New Minas at 1:30 a.m.
Some harassing phone calls were reported from Kingston at 5:35 a.m.
An alcohol-fueled disturbance took place on Main Street in Kingston at 9:32 a.m.
A downed tree limb was reported on English Mountain Road in Coldbrook at 3:15 p.m.
A five-year-old boy was reported wandering in Port Williams at 3:40 p.m. Store staff indicated he had been in to purchase candy.
A suspicious male was at a residence on Bridge Street in Kingston.
A disturbance took place at a residence in Morristown at 4:15 p.m.
A man was waving by a vehicle on Highway 101 near Lockhartville at 9:40 p.m.
A licence plate was stolen from a vehicle at a parking lot in Wolfville.