There were 146 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Nov. 25 and Nov. 28.
A woman in her 40s was arrested for public mischief at 5:30 a.m. in Sunken Lake.
A 2010 truck, stolen from Middleton, was recovered in Coldbrook.
A dump truck and a car collided in Gaspereau.
Police are investigating a possible break-in in Centreville; however, there was no sign of forced entry and nothing was missing.
A charge was laid after a hit and run on Braemar Drive in Wolfville.
A sign was reported stolen from the rail bed in Coldbrook, but police determined a man found a sign off its post and was taking it to safety.
A shoplifting incident in Greenwood is being investigated.
Unlocked vehicles were gone through on Kent and Chestnut Avenues and Grand View Drive in Wolfville and items were taken.
A suspect is being sought after a gas and go in Kingston.
A report of a break-in on Aldershot Road is being looked into.
Two men were reported lighting a fire in spruce trees behind Braemar Drive in Wolfville.
Some tools were stolen in Kingston.
An unwanted male was reported at a residence in Habitant.
An impaired driver was found at the scene of a two-vehicle collision on Highway 12 at 6:50 p.m. A 43-year-old female was three times over the legal limit for alcohol consumption.
Windows were broken on vehicles parked at a New Minas restaurant and a Coldbrook dance class. Items were taken.
There was a neighborhood dispute in North Kentville.
Someone broke into a store in Port Williams through the rear door. Nothing was taken.
At a traffic stop in New Minas, where liquor was smelled a driver who was already suspended, received an additional seven-day suspension. A female passenger obstructed the police officer.
At 2:20 a.m., a Centreville resident reported an ATV ripping around.
A possible deer jacking was noted at 6:20 a.m. in Black Rock.
At 6:40 a.m., a Waterville resident reported the noise of drums.
Police assisted the VON in gaining access after a couple in their 90s hadn’t answered their door. Later, they aided in a child welfare investigation.
A mountain bike was stolen off a deck in Aylesford.
A vacant property in Greenwood was found insecure.
Police were asked to look into a report of youth involved in sexual interference.
A roommate who hadn’t been home for a month was reported missing in Wolfville
A homeless woman was reported by a New Minas business.
There was a youth group home call.
A gas and go was reported from Kingston.
A 19-year-old male over indulged on vodka at 9:22 p.m.
There was a report of a breach of conditions, but none took place.
A farmer on a piece of farm equipment encountered some dirt bike riders on his land in Cambridge. Words were exchanged at 8:20 a.m.
A vehicle, stolen from Windsor, was found in New Minas. The keys were inside and someone had attempted to set it on fire.
An unwanted male was reported at a Greenwood business. The protection of property order he was under had expired.
Stormy weather caused power lines to go down in Kingsport and Port Williams. Later, trees toppled onto roads in Glenmont, Port Williams and Hall’s Harbour, while a transformer blew in Baxter’s Harbour. A tree broke onto telephone wires in Wolfville.
Possible illegal drug use was noted in North Kentville.
An emergency auto tool was used to break into a vehicle parked at a restaurant in Coldbrook and a bag was stolen.
Some evangelists were reported as unwanted in North Kentville.
A 62-year-old woman was caught shoplifting in New Minas.
The driver of a dark blue car hit another car on Commercial Street in New Minas.
A driver reported a vehicle blown into a ditch on Belcher Street at 6:55 p.m.
An insecure property was reported in Kingston, then someone told police they were being disturbed by an individual calling their cat.
An intoxicated male ordered food at a New Minas restaurant at 10:44 p.m., but had no money to pay for it.