From the Cruiser Oct. 22

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There were 226 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Oct. 10 and Oct. 17.

Oct. 10

A 24-year-old male driver was stopped in Cambridge and found to be driving while disqualified.

A resident of the Ogilvie’s wharf area reported several photos being taken of a property.

Change was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Prospect Street in New Minas.

Off-road vehicles were driven illegally in a school area in Auburn.

Two youth were on Highway 101 at 3:20 p.m. hazardously driving a bike and a skateboard.

A horse named Dash was reported missing in Habitant.

A noise complaint was made from Linden Avenue in Wolfville.

Oct. 11

At 1:54 a.m., there was a noise complaint on Catherine Court in Wolfville.

A 13-year-old ran left a school and was located by police.

A fraudulent online sale was reported.

A vehicle in Canning was damaged and entered illegally.

A disturbance was reported behind a business in Kingston.

At 4:10 p.m., youth set some decorative corn stalks on fire at an Aylesford church.

Three females, aged 16–21, were arrested for shoplifting in Berwick. The oldest was charged and a number of articles were recovered.

A suspicious foil package was reported outside a Wolfville apartment. It turned out to be a donair.

Police mediated at a neighbourhood conflict in Bishopville. Later, they were called to another conflict in North Kentville.

A commemorative coin was stolen from the Wolfville post office.

A request for a well-being check determined the individual in question had left the residence due to foreclosure.

Three calls came in about a party involving underage drinking in Coldbrook. The parent at the home was away at work.

Oct. 12

An intoxicated 20-year-old, who refused to leave a New Minas location, was taken home.

An officer on patrol stopped an impaired 23-year-old driver in New Minas at 1:30 a.m.

A 20-year-old male was assaulted while urinating in a Skyway Drive, Wolfville parking lot by a stranger with a knife. Another 20-year-old faces three charges.

An impaired driver was found facing the wrong way on a Highway 101 ramp near Kingston at 6:47 a.m.

A shoplifting was reported in Kingston.

Dirt bikes were problematic in Harmony.

Some cash was taken at a boarding house in Berwick.

A dog was the object of concern in a car parked in New Minas.

A farmer in Black River reported finding marijuana plants while cutting corn.

Someone was accused of supplying illegal liquor to minors in North Kentville.

A man in a truck stopped in Lockhartville and set out to shoot a baby deer in the yard of a house. The family inside yelled at him and spoiled the shot.

Two youth who were acting strange got a warning while in a New Minas parking lot at 7:55 p.m.

Police stopped a speeding vehicle and ended up arresting the female passenger for cannabis possession.

Oct. 13

A loud party was reported in New Minas and another on Catherine Court in Wolfville.

Two bouncers were assaulted by two brothers at a Harbourside Drive, Wolfville drinking establishment.

A seven-day suspension was handed out to a 20-year-old driver in New Minas at 2 a.m.

At 4 a.m., an impaired 19-year-old driver was stopped in Greenwich.

Two excavators were vandalized overnight near the Acadia Arena.

A charge was laid under the Protection of Property Act in Bishopville.

Oct. 14

An intoxicated and unwanted woman in her 40s was delivered to her daughter at 12:15 a.m.

A chainsaw was stolen from a shed in Black Rock.

A laptop was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle on Bay Street in Wolfville.

Police looked into a claim of dog abuse in a car parked at a Greenwood business.

A 60-year-old male driver, who failed to stop for an amber light in Coldbrook, was found without insurance or a valid licence.

A skydiver bounced off a tree while landing in Cambridge at 3:49 p.m. He received some scratches and was checked out by EHS.

A man wearing a Ninja outfit was checked out by police in Greenwood. He was waiting for a drive to a party.

Oct. 15

A vehicle in Wolfville was found damaged at 7 a.m.

A purse with medications and a camera was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in Scott’s Bay.

A homeless was reported for spitting on the ground.

A man in his 40s was arrested after a shoplifting incident in New Minas.

A window was broken on a vehicle parked in New Minas.

Oct. 16

A ticket was handed out to a newly-licenced driver in Wolfville, who was on the road after midnight.

At 2:13 a.m., a driver was stopped in Berwick and illegal drugs were found.

Someone kicked in the door of a water pumping station on Collins Road in Port Williams.

Two adults were reported smoking cannabis behind a New Minas eating establishment at 2:35 p.m. The evidence was gone when police arrived.

A vehicle hydroplaned on Highway 101 in heavy rain and hit a guardrail.

At 11:41 p.m., a prowler was spotted near parked vehicles at a Cambridge apartment building. He fled when police drove in.

Fourteen mental health issues arose. Several involved two homeless individuals.

There were 14 family relations calls. Three concerned custody and one was about adult siblings arguing.

Cars were reported racing in New Minas and speeding in Morristown.

Collisions took place Middle Dyke Road, Pereau, Greenwich, two in Berwick, Kingston and three in Wolfville. There were crashes in parking lots in Berwick and Kingston.

There were check points set up in South Alton, Upper Dyke, North’s corner, Port Williams, Steam Mill, Wolfville two in Berwick, and four in Greenwood. A 19-year-old male was stopped at a checkpoint and arrested for cannabis possession.

There was a gas and go incidents in Aldershot and Berwick.

 

Organizations: RCMP, Aylesford church

Geographic location: New Minas, Wolfville, Berwick Cambridge Kingston Kings Bishopville Prospect Street North Kentville Auburn Coldbrook Habitant Linden Avenue Canning Greenwood Greenwich Black River Lockhartville Port Williams Black Rock Bay Street Collins Road Morristown Middle Dyke Road South Alton Steam Mill Aldershot

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