From the Cruiser
There were 106 reports made to RCMP in Kings county between Dec. 12 and Dec. 16.
A bike was damaged overnight in Kingston.
A suspicious vehicle was reported near a Hall’s Harbour cottage, but nothing was disturbed.
Footprints were found in the snow around a vehicle overnight in North Kentville.
A cleaner at a New Minas business found some marijuana.
An unwanted male was at a business in Bishopville.
Some youth were reported with pellet guns at a Greenwich business.
There was a gas and go in New Minas.
A wallet was found in Wolfville.
A homeless woman was reported twice for causing a disturbance in New Minas.
Another unwanted man was reported at a Bishopville business.
Nine mental health calls came in and there were five domestic incidents. One man in his 40s was arrested.
Three family relations issues arose. Two teens assaulted their parents.
Two youth group home concerns were answered.
Three reports of harassing phone calls were lodged, including three received by one individual from three different countries. Two reports of threats came in.
Someone tried to shoplift some boots in New Minas.
A missing boy, reported in Canning at 6:20 p.m., was found at a friend’s house.
A man was arrested in Kingston for making threatening phone calls. He was under conditions to
have no contact.
A well-being check request also involved child welfare authorities.
A youth was caught shoplifting in New Minas and he admitted to several months’ worth of offences.
Three deer died after a collision on Highway 101 near Coldbrook.
Two young males were reported for the rattling the doors of a church in Auburn while a meeting was underway. They were gone when police arrived.
An impaired driver, aged 36, was stopped on Central Avenue in Greenwood.
A report of a break-in in Morristown at 10:57 p.m. was likely the wind. Police found no evidence.
Twenty intoxicated and disorderly patrons were reported at a New Minas eatery at 12:55 a.m.
An assault at 3:50 a.m. in Greenwood is being investigated.
A suspicious person was reported in Millville, but officers could not find any footprints.
A suspicious man was reported on Oakdene Avenue in North Kentville.
The theft of a restricted weapon was reported in Kingston.
A vehicle went in the ditch in Cambridge due to weather conditions.
A property check was requested in Harbourville.
Traffic was a problem in New Minas at 1:28 p.m.
A driver got a seven-day suspension after a collision in Sheffield mills.
A tractor was reported on fire in Coldbrook at 4:37 p.m.
Windows were smashed on a vacant house on Pickering Lane in Greenwood.
An unknown man was making threats in Berwick at 5:58 p.m.
A man attempted to shoplift some clothing in New Minas.
A possible break-in at a church in New Minas turned out to be insecure premises.
A loud party at an Auburn apartment building was reported at 1:23 a.m.
There was a gas and go in Greenwood.
Police looked into an animal cruelty complaint in Cambridge after a dog ran away and got caught in a snare. The dog survived. No fault can be assigned, noted Const. Jeff Wilson, because snares are legal.
A lost wallet was reported in Wolfville.
A well-being check was carried out in Grand Pré.
Later, a report came in of a dog killed on Highway 1 in Coldbrook. The department of natural resources determined the animal was, in fact, a coyote.
An assault was reported in Canning, followed by a property dispute in New Minas.
Some harassing phone calls were noted by a business in New Minas.
A woman was causing a disturbance at 1:34 a.m. in New Minas.
Snowy weather sent a vehicle into the ditch on Highway 101 near New Minas.
Operators trying to clear snow called police in Greenwood for assistance with parked cars. Two were towed. Later, a truck was blocking snow removal in Kingston.
A vehicle got stuck near Aylesford. Police found the driver unable to pay for a tow. He requested a drive home.
A woman shopping in Wolfville reported her purse had been stolen. The investigating officer located the purse under the driver’s seat after video showed her leaving the store with the item.
A driver was stopped in New Minas and he had marijuana in plain view.
A driver was stopped in Wolfville who did not have a licence or registered vehicle.
An intoxicated woman in Kingston was reported for mischief.
An open manhole cover was reported on Wickwire Avenue in Wolfville.
A man in South Berwick purchased a car from a neighbour and struck a pole while test-driving it at 10:13 p.m.
A man, who shoplifted groceries, left a New Minas store in a van before being apprehended.
Twelve mental health calls came in. There were three family relations incidents. One involved an intoxicated mother and daughter, in her 50s, who breached the peace.
There were four domestic incidents.
There were eight driving complaints. Collisions took place in Berwick, Canard, two in Wolfville and two in New Minas. There was a parking lot crash in New Minas that might have been caused by insufficient snow removal from a back window. Checkpoints were set up in Berwick and Coldbrook.
There were four false alarms and three false 911 calls. A three-year-old made one of the calls.