There were 112 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between September 30 and October 3.
There was a gas and go in New Minas and later one in Berwick.
An Avonport resident reported a ball bearing was fired through a window.
A caller from Greenwood reported a trucker who nearly hit the individual in a parking lot.
A possible grow op was reported in Grand Pré, but there was no evidence when police arrived.
A child welfare concern was raised.
A vehicle was rear-ended in a construction zone in New Minas.
Police checked out an abandoned vehicle along Highway 12 and found it was unregistered and the plates were for a different vehicle. Some marijuana was also discovered.
Two neighbourhood disputes were reported in Kingston related to the unruly behaviour of children.
A gas can was stolen from an unlocked shed in Kingston.
A youth was reportedly skate boarding down the North Mountain near Black Rock at 2:38 p.m. Apparently, he was also towed back up the mountain.
A trio of female youth was taken into custody for shoplifting in Greenwood. Each received a one-year ban.
Someone painted an orange witch on a door near Greenwood.
Two youth, involved in an assault at a local school, will be dealt with by a restorative justice process.
An out of control male youth was reported at a group home.
Some possible illegal dumping was reported from Canning.
An intoxicated 72-year-old man fell in his apartment and another apartment dweller made a report.
At 1:42 p.m., an ATV was racing on a Kingston street. The driver fled when police approached.
Gunshots were reported at 7 a.m. on the first day of duck hunting season.
Some syringes were discarded inappropriately in Berwick.
Concern was expressed about student safety around the construction zone near Wolfville school.
There were two reports about a homeless man in Berwick.
Heavy rain caused a collision on Highway 101 near Avonport.
Two males, wearing camouflage and accompanied by a black lab, were reported close to a residence in Weston at 10:30 a.m.
An adult in Wolfville called to complain about a Facebook posting.
A theft of money and ID theft was reported from Canning.
A homeless woman was reported hunkered down in the rain near a Wolfville business.
There was a small fire outside a New Minas residence at 3:24 p.m.
A woman in Kingston was accused of criminal harassment.
At 12:52 a.m., a vehicle was abandoned after it hit a power pole in Welsford. Later, a suspicious person was reported.
Police are investigating a fire in a backhoe that occurred about 6:10 a.m. in Aylesford.
There was a gas and go in New Minas.
Police were asked to assist a conservation officer in Black Rock.
Two roommates at Acadia University proved incompatible.
A credit card fraud involving two plane tickets to the United States was reported.
At 12:47 p.m., an intoxicated male passed out in New Minas. He was jailed until sober.
A man in his 50s was given a ticket for illegal possession of liquor after a vehicle was stopped in Tremont.
ATVs were reported on the road in East Dalhousie.
Reports of threats and an unwanted female came in from Bishopville.
A traffic issue was reported outside the school in Gaspereau.
A stranger offered someone a joint in Berwick at 7:20 p.m.
A dog was reported barking at 1:40 a.m. in New Minas. Later, a couple were making out on a lawn in the same village at 2:43 a.m. Police determined they were fully clothed.
There were landlord/tenant issues in Greenwood and Forest Hill.
Shots were reported close to a Weston residence at 7 a.m.
There were four domestic incidents and two mental health calls. Two family relations issues arose – one was due to alcohol.
Seven driving complaints were lodged. Collisions occurred in Berwick, Coldbrook, two in Wolfville and Belcher Street. There was a parking lot crash in Cambridge.
Check points were set up in New Minas, Coldbrook, Wolfville and Tremont.
There was one false car alarm and five false 911 calls. Community policing officer Cst. Blair MacMurtery reminds drivers to lock their vehicles and keep all valuables out of sight.