Kings County From the Cruiser Dec. 12

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There were 152 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Dec. 5 and Dec. 9.

Dec. 5

There was a gas and go in Coldbrook.

A 77-year-old woman was caught shoplifting in Kingston.

Someone kicked in the door on the well shed at Port Williams.

A break-in is being investigated at a home in Bennett’s Bay.

A disturbance took place between roommates in North Kentville.

There was an animal control complaint about a dog in Kingston.

A bullying issue between two girls arose at Horton High School.

At 7:39 p.m., a suspicious man went into the back room of a business in Berwick. He was gone when police arrived.

A 21-year-old male driver was stopped in Somerset and charged with impairment.

Dec. 6

There was a noise complaint from Highland Avenue in Wolfville.

Someone spray painted a road in Port Williams.

A Sheffield Mills property owner reported an ongoing theft of trees. A second complaint about the theft of wood came in from Aylesford.

A Greenwood resident noted some ongoing littering of used coffee cups. Const. Blair MacMurtery recommends the public obtain valid license information to offer to police, along with a description of the driver and vehicle involved, if they notice this type of incident.

Shoplifting occurred in Greenwood and Kingston.

A business in Kingston reported the theft of some LED Christmas lights.

A child welfare concern was reported.

Someone broke into an apartment in Greenwood, but nothing was taken.

Charges are pending after a collision in Auburn that resulted in some injuries.

An 18-year-old girl who was learning to drive in Canning damaged two other vehicles. She will be charged because she did not have a beginner’s permit.

A Wolfville resident reported the theft of cash, which was in a sports bag, as well as jewelry.

A 30-year-old man and his passenger were arrested after some gas was stolen during an incident at a gas station in Coldbrook.

A prowler was reported outside a residence in New Minas.

A loud party was reported on Westwood Avenue in Wolfville.

Dec. 7

At 2:10 a.m., a party to celebrate the end of exams was causing noise on Willow Avenue in Wolfville. At 4:30 a.m., more noise was noted on Marsh Hawk Drive.

A loud party was noted at 1:10 a.m. in Kingston.

An impaired 19-year-old driver was stopped in Canning.

An incident was reported in the washroom of a New Minas drinking establishment.

A newly-licensed 19-year-old female driver was found impaired in New Minas. Her privileges were suspended and the vehicle was towed.

At 3:22 a.m., a 45-year-old male driver was found impaired in the Kentville area.

A driver swerved to avoid a deer and went into a Steam Mill ditch.

A littering complaint was received from Medford.

The theft of gas at an Aldershot gas station is being investigated.

A 64-year-old female shoplifter was caught in New Minas and all items were returned.

A vehicle was scratched overnight in a Berwick parking lot.

At 4 p.m., a vehicle on Highway 12 went into the ditch, knocking over a power pole.

At an Auburn car lot, 29 vehicles had their tires slashed. All four tires were damaged on each of the vehicles.

Someone shot a paint ball at a picture window in Coldbrook.

A 61-year-old man was arrested for driving while impaired in Cambridge.

A child porn concern was raised and is being investigated.

A vehicle hit the side of a building on Central Avenue in Wolfville at 11:52 p.m.


Organizations: RCMP, Horton High School

Geographic location: Kingston, Wolfville, Coldbrook Port Williams Greenwood Berwick New Minas Kings Bennett North Kentville Auburn Canning Somerset Highland Avenue Aylesford Westwood Avenue Willow Avenue Kentville Steam Mill Aldershot Cambridge Central Avenue

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