From the Cruiser
There were 114 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Dec. 19 and Dec. 23.
Someone breached a protection of property order at the Greenwood Mall.
A woman in North Kentville was almost bilked out of $597 by someone fraudulently offering to activate a credit card.
Someone broke into a seasonal residence in Forest Hill and stole a passport and birth certificate.
A caller reported a child of about four had been left unattended in a vehicle parked in New Minas. The child was crying for about 15 minutes at 8:55 p.m.
A car went into the ditch in Gibson Woods and another rolled over in Port Williams.
A man in his 80s was found walking in the snow in Berwick wearing slippers at 12:45 a.m.
A paper delivery person called 911 when he couldn’t gain access to a Greenwood gas station at 2:53 a.m. The buzzer was not working.
A vehicle went off the road in Kingston at 4:30 a.m.
An abandoned vehicle was reported in Wolfville.
A car hit a deer at 9 a.m. on Highway 101 near Wolfville.
Police had to mediate a property dispute over snow removal.
Vehicles were in the way of snow removal in Grand Pre and Gaspereau.
A wallet was lost in Canning.
A man in his 30s was arrested after shoplifting perfume in Greenwood.
A 911 caller phoned from Hall Road in Aylesford to report a man in camouflage with a rifle.
A jacket was stolen at a school in Canning.
A man in his 30s was reported in the midst of traffic in New Minas at 3:45 p.m. Police determined he was begging.
Police conducted a curfew check in Kignston.
An unwanted man was arrested north of Kingston.
A possible break-in was reported from Lake George in 11:30 p.m. Police found someone cutting wood.
A snowplow hit a piece of railway track at 12:21 a.m. and spun around on the Bluff Road near Avonport. EHS attended to help the driver.
Two youth were observed at 12:22 a.m. in an excavator beside the road in Tremont. They swung a boom over the road, then fled into the woods. Police determined that the keys had been left in the machine.
A curfew check took place in North Kentville.
An unruly 34-year-old male patron at a drinking establishment in New Minas was arrested at 2:10 a.m. He was held until sober.
Police in Wolfville had to mediate at a shouting match on Highland Avenue at 3:15 a.m.
A vehicle fire at the Greenwood mall is being investigated. It was called in at 5:30 a.m.
A ring was stolen from a Bishopville home.
Someone took a chain saw from an unlocked truck in South Berwick.
A shoplifter in Wolfville stole nail polish.
A suspicious man was reported at a seasonal residence on McNally Road in Aylesford.
A window was smashed on a vehicle parked on Kentucky Court in New Minas and wrapped gifts worth $400 were stolen.
A man in Kingston reported someone put sugar in his gas tank. Police are investigating.
Two women, aged 20, were caught trying to steal cosmetics in New Minas.
Two curfew checks were conducted and neither subject was found at home.
A woman in her 80s called 911 when her furnace broke. Police assisted her in finding a heating service.
A vehicle got stuck in Delhaven.
There were four mental health calls, including one from a man worried about the impending snowstorm. There was a 911 call about an insecure home that appeared ransacked, but the owner was home.
Two family relations calls came in. One involved an assault and the other incident involved property damage fuelled by alcohol.
Two well-being checks were made.
There were seven driving complaints. A 36-year-old male driver was stopped and got a seven-day suspension for impairment. He was found in possession of an illegal firearm. Checkpoints were set up in Port Williams, North Kentville and Brooklyn Street. Collisions took place in Coldbrook, Waterville and two in Greenwood.
There were parking lot crashes in Coldbrook, near the farmers’ market in Wolfville and at the mall in New Minas.
There were eight false alarms, three in businesses, and two false 911 calls.