From the cruiser
There were 126 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Jan. 18 and Jan. 23.
At 1 a.m., a newly-licenced driver was stopped in Aylesford. The 18-year-old male received a seven-day suspension for impairment.
There was a fight involving alcohol on Highland Avenue in Wolfville at 1:20 a.m.
An unconscious female, aged 20, was taken to hospital from a drinking establishment in New Minas.
A laptop and purse were stolen from an unlocked house near Valley Regional Hospital.
Some illegal dumping was reported in Billtown.
Two men and a boy were hunting illegally in Canada Creek at 10:55 a.m.
Four youth, between the ages of six and 14, got up to mischief in a park on Emily Street in New Minas. They were made to clean it up.
A 19-year-old man was arrested after he stole a laptop at a party in Wolfville and tried to sell it on Kijiji. The victim recognized the computer on the site and called police. He faces charges of theft, possession of stolen property and failure to comply.
A deer was reported dead on Highway 101 near Coldbrook.
A 43-year-old man tried to steal meat at a New Minas grocery store. He was found in breach of conditions.
A car went into a ditch in Centreville at 9:40 p.m.
At 12:14 a.m., someone was throwing snowballs at houses in New Minas.
There was a fight on Main Street in Wolfville at 1:10 a.m.
A noise complaint came in from North Kentville at 2 a.m.
A business was broken into in Greenwood. Tracks in the snow were later followed.
There was a landlord/tenant dispute in Kingsport.
A theft was reported from an unlocked vehicle in New Minas. Later, some ID and a cell phone were stolen from a jacket at a drinking establishment in the same village.
A mother called police after a dispute with the father of her child. The issue was the placement of a child’s car seat. He had left with a four-year-old placed in the front of a vehicle. After he returned, police instructed him that child seats should be located in the rear of any vehicle.
Two vehicles collided on Highway 101 near Berwick. One person was injured.
At 7:56 p.m., a car hit a DOT snowplow at the intersection of Black Rock Road and Brooklyn Street. The car was substantially damaged, yet fled. Police, who are investigating, determined the car had been stolen.
An agitated and inebriated man in Berwick was driven home by police.
Two different frauds were reported. One man gave computer access away and lost over $280.
A lost youth was found in Canning.
An unwanted man was reported by a New Minas business at 3:45 p.m.
An ongoing shoplifting problem in Kingston is being investigated.
A vehicle went into the ditch on Highway 101 near Kingston.
A prowler was reported near a barn on Hamilton Road in Harbourville at 2:30 a.m.
Two vehicles were ransacked in New Minas. Footprints were noted around a car in the village.
Another prowler was spotted on Nichols Avenue in North Kentville at 6:50 p.m.
A 23-year-old man was arrested after a break-in at a Cambridge duplex. The culprit was known to the homeowner.
A Kingston resident called police about strange lights in a neighbour’s house just before 9 p.m. Police determined a man was using a flashlight in order not to wake his sleeping wife.
A woman with alcohol addictions called police looking for help at 4:53 a.m.
In the snow, vehicles went off the road in North Alton and along Highway 101 near Hortonville.
Some scaffolding was stolen from a New Minas business.
Police are investigating an ongoing shoplifter in Kingston.
A homeless woman was reported in New Minas.
Footprints reported outside a New Minas residence turned out to be made by an animal.
A total of 12 mental health issues arose. A woman, aged 59, called police at 9:39 p.m., scared about whether her heat was working.
Two domestic incidents took place and one family relations call came in over a custody issue.
There were five driving complaints.
One youth group home call came in and one reports about threats.
Collisions occurred in Coldbrook, Cambridge, Kingston, Berwick, North Kentville, and Waterville.
Two reports of FaceBook harassment were noted.
There were four false 911 calls and a single false alarm.