There were 105 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Sept. 16 and Sept. 19.
A possible fraud case in New Minas is being investigated under the Direct Sellers Act.
An unwanted client turned up at a New Minas business.
Two more reports of vehicles keyed on the Acadia University campus came in, bringing the total to 16.
A bike was stolen in New Minas.
An unwanted male was sleeping in a barn in Grand Pré.
A single-vehicle collision in Greenwood was caused by a medical issue.
A minor sexual assault was reported involving two individuals in their 60s.
Gas was stolen from machinery for the second time this week at Sunken Lake.
There were two gas and go incidents in Coldbrook.
A child welfare concern was registered.
A photographer was reported for posting naked images on Facebook.
Off-road vehicles were problematic in North Kentville.
Some old ammunition was turned over.
A dog was reported in a vehicle in the Kingstec parking lot.
A 37-year-old woman was caught shoplifting in New Minas. The stolen property was recovered.
A car struck a deer near Hants Border about 7 p.m.
A suspicious vehicle was noted in Wolfville.
Later, a driver hit a German shepherd in Grafton and failed to stop. The dog ran into a field and its owners could not be located.
An anonymous report of an assault came in from the Waterville area at 9:15 a.m.
There was a gas and go in Berwick.
A caller complained about phone calls soliciting for political parties.
It was reported that a dog was left in a vehicle in Greenwood for several hours.
A vehicle clipped a car parked on Main Street in Wolfville at 2:53 p.m.
A call came in from a youth group home.
Several election signs were taken from New Minas.
A Jeep reportedly lost its gas tank in New Minas.
A youth was involved in a theft in North Kentville at 7:30 p.m. The item was recovered.
Two or three men were involved in a disturbance in Berwick.
A Kingston shoplifting incident is being investigated.
A mischief complaint came in from Aylesford.
A suspicious driver was reported in Canning.
There were four domestic incidents. Four family relations calls came in, including an estate feud.
There were two mental health complaints.
Nine driving complaints came in. A driver reported someone passing in a school zone.
Collisions took place in New Minas, Centreville, Woodside and two in Kingston. A parking lot crash occurred in New Minas.
There were checkpoints set up in Grafton, Grand Pré, Kingston, Centreville and two in Berwick.
There were three false alarms and one false 911 call.