Kings County From the Cruiser Dec. 5

Wendy Elliott
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There were 157 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Nov. 28 and Dec. 2.

Nov. 28

A 37-year-old male driver was found impaired at 2:23 a.m. while driving through New Minas.

At 6:24 a.m., a driver swerved to avoid a branch and went into the ditch.

Two businesses in the same building in New Minas were broken into overnight.

Some vehicles parked in Canning overnight were gone through.

A second Kings County senior sent $4,000 to Peru, having been duped by the “grandson scam.”

Tools were stolen out of a shed in Tremont.

A window was smashed on a vehicle parked at Kingstec and a laptop was stolen.

A hit and run was reported in New Minas.

Police were asked to look into a child welfare concern.

A black and grey generator was stolen from Grafton.

A report of possible break-in in North Kentville was actually a visitor with permission.

Nov. 29

An intoxicated man was reported in Kingston at 1:38 a.m.

There was a theft from an unlocked shed in North Kentville.

There was a theft of equipment at a work site on Highway 12.

A fraudulent cheque was reported.

A driver in New Minas contacted police when someone slipped, fell and damaged his vehicle.

A vehicle was stolen from North Kentville and recovered in Kentville.

A pedestrian in Greenwood had a leg injury after being struck by a car.

There were two different reports of assaults involving youth. One took place in Canning and the other in Kingston.

An unwanted male was reported in Bishopville.

A chronic shoplifter was stopped in Kingston.

A suspicious man was noted in a bank lobby in Kingston. Police learned he was using free wifi.

A vehicle hit a deer near Murphy Lake. It ran away about 7:10 p.m.

A neighbourhood dispute took place in North Kentville at 9 p.m.

An ATV was reported on the rail trail at 11 p.m.

Police in Wolfville are investigating a report of illegal drug use.

Nov. 30

There was a disturbance at a New Minas drinking establishment at 1:20 a.m.

Someone was trespassing and knocking on windows at 1:26 a.m. in Waterville.

There was a disturbance on Main Street in Kingston.

At 2 a.m., some yelling and a possible assault were reported from a Greenwich apartment building. Police determined a child had fallen out of bed.

An 18-year-old driver was given a three-month suspension after being stopped at 3:15 a.m. in Kingston.

At 7:42 a.m., an unwanted man was reported from a 24-hour business in Greenwood. He had fallen asleep. Police learned the 43-year-old was trying to stay warm.

Someone was tampering with the air in tires in Canning overnight.

There was a break-in at a Kingston business.

A truck driver inadvertently hit a car in New Minas.

Two vehicles were damaged in Greenwood.

A shoplifting is being investigated in Kingston.

Someone put sand in the gas tank of a tractor in Arlington.

A suspicious vehicle was reported in Kingston at 3:45 p.m.

Male youth were throwing a liquid off an overpass on Highway 101 near Coldbrook.

Dogs were reported at large in Aylesford.

A purse was stolen out of a shopping cart in a New Minas store.

A youth was reported joy riding in Auburn.

A window was broken at a residence in the Greenwood area. No entry was gained.

Two harassing phone calls were noted in Port Williams over the delivery of wood.

A potential deer jacking in Black Rock is being investigated.

A noise that sounded like gunshots was reported in New Minas.

At 10:53 p.m., an inebriated 30-year-old at a drinking establishment in Greenwood was placed in a cell.

An inebriated 19-year-old male in Wolfville was transported to a safe place. Then, three loud parties were reported on Basin Drive, Highland Avenue and Bay Street.

Dec. 1

Just after midnight, there was a disturbance on a lawn in Greenwood.

At 1:38 a.m., a 30-year-old male was injured in an ATV crash in Waterville.

There was a disturbance at a Cambridge duplex at 2:05 a.m.

Possible over-drinking was reported at a Greenwood drinking establishment.

A passenger in a Wolfville cab found a wallet and turned it over.

An ATV was stolen out of an unlocked shed in Aldershot.

An unwanted man was reported in Avonport.

A driver swerved to avoid a deer in South Alton and went into the ditch.

A purse was found on the side of Highland Avenue in Wolfville.

A vehicle hit a pedestrian on Gaspereau Avenue in Wolfville. The pedestrian took a cab to the hospital.

The fraudulent use of a stolen credit card was reported from Berwick.

An ATV was driving around the Horton High School property.

Some possibly intoxicated male cyclists were noted in New Minas.

An ATV was found abandoned in South Alton.

A paramedic reported someone walking unsafely on Highway 101.

A theft was reported from a residence in Cambridge.

A prowler was spotted in White Rock.

Eight mental health calls came in. Four of them concerned one woman.

One 20-year-old male was arrested after a domestic assault. There were five other domestic calls.

Five family relations reports were received.

Two youth group home incidents occurred and two threats complaints came in.

Twelve driving complaints came in. A parking lot crash took place in Berwick. Collisions were reported in Cambridge, Wolfville and Casey’s Corner.

There was one check stop in Berwick and two calls for transportation to Inn From the Cold.

Four false alarms and nine false 911 calls were received.

The community policing officer conducting a seniors driving course in New Minas and about 20 people attended.

Organizations: RCMP, Horton High School

Geographic location: New Minas, Kingston, Greenwood Kings North Kentville Canning Wolfville Peru Tremont Waterville Kentville Bishopville Cambridge Murphy Lake Berwick Greenwich Highland Avenue South Alton Arlington Coldbrook Aylesford Auburn Port Williams Black Rock Bay Street Aldershot Avonport Gaspereau Avenue White Rock

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