Kings County From the Cruiser Jan. 16

Wendy Elliott
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From the cruiser

There were 141 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Jan. 9 and Jan. 13.

Jan. 9

A scam artist tried to convince two grandparents of a fictitious collision involving a grandson. They were not taken in.

A disturbance broke out in Kingston at 1:54 p.m. after a close call at a crosswalk between a vehicle and pedestrian.

An elderly woman reported she had rear-ended another vehicle at 5:26 p.m., but she had to leave for Bingo.

A South Mountain resident called police because he was cold and had no wood for his stove. He did have a space heater.

A 30-year-old man was banned from a New Minas store for shoplifting. Another shoplifter was reported later.

A vehicle went off the road in Cambridge.

A 20-year-old woman faces several shoplifting charges.

A Canning homeowner called police about a break-in and said nothing was taken. Later, it was noted that the ransacking thieves took medications and left the door open.

There was a collision at 5 p.m. on the Highway 101 connector in New Minas.

A complaint came in from Berwick about ice on Main Street.

Two dogs were reported at large on Highway 101 near Exit 16.

Some drug paraphernalia was found at Acadia University.

EHS checked out an intoxicated young woman after a disturbance on Main Street in Wolfville.

Jan. 10

At 2:47 a.m., a Nichols Avenue, North Kentville resident reported hearing the loud bang and footsteps of a prowler.

A deer had to be put down after it was hit by a vehicle at 4 a.m. in Steam Mill.

A Rockland business reported the theft of 1,000 litres of heat oil.

Some suspicious activity was reported in New Minas.

Ex-roommates in Greenwich got into a dispute over property.

An 18-year-old male shoplifter has been banned from a Greenwood store. Later, a chronic shoplifter was reported in New Minas.

A resident of Hillside Avenue in Wolfville reported he was concerned about vandal activity at 7:55 p.m.

At 10 p.m., an intoxicated man turned himself into police in New Minas.

A 59-year-old male driver was stopped in Greenwich and found impaired.

Five youth were found drinking while underage at a party in Greenwood at 10:50 p.m.

Jan. 11

A 2:20 a.m., there was a disturbance at a drinking establishment in New Minas.

Twenty minutes later, another impaired driver was stopped in New Minas. He was 50.

Organizations: RCMP, Acadia University

Geographic location: New Minas, Kings, Kingston South Mountain Wolfville Cambridge Greenwich Berwick Nichols Avenue North Kentville Steam Mill Hillside Avenue

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