From the cruiser
There were 130 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Jan. 23–27.
A vehicle went into the ditch in Grand Pré.
A suspicious person, traveling in a Chevy van, was peddling photos of houses door to door in Kingston.
Keys were lost in Aylesford.
A group of five suspicious males in camouflage were reported in a Wolfville store at 5:15 p.m.
The hood of a vehicle was reported damaged on Prospect Street in Wolfville.
At 11 p.m., a business on Skyway Drive in Wolfville reported an intoxicated customer. The man, who was from Digby, went to jail.
At fight was reported on Gaspereau Avenue in Wolfville at 11:30 p.m.
Loud music was reported at 3 a.m. from Linden Avenue in Wolfville.
An ATV, reported stolen from the Highbury area of New Minas, was located a short distance away. Police are investigating.
A damaged vehicle was reported on Highland Avenue in Wolfville.
A North Kentville resident reported the unauthorized use of a computer.
A shed was broken into on Milne Avenue in New Minas, but nothing was taken.
A female jogger in Wolfville had a wallet and cell phone fall out of a backpack while running.
A vehicle was damaged on Gracie Drive in North Kentville.
A request for a well-being check in Welsford determined that the individual in question was already in hospital.
A spare tire was stolen from a parked pick-up truck in Somerset.
A small amount of illegal drugs were turned over by Acadia staff.
Police got a call about someone in distress in Pereau at 1 p.m. It turned out to be a horse owner yelling at a dog who was chasing the animal.
Police were asked to assist EHS gain access to an elderly patient.
There was an unwanted woman at the Port Williams community centre.
A purse left in the lobby of a Campbell Drive apartment building in North Kentville was stolen.
A vehicle and garbage truck collided in Hall’s Harbour. No one was hurt.
A vehicle was reported abandoned in Morden at 2 p.m. Police determined the vehicle belonged to someone pruning an orchard.
A snow removal contractor in Arlington damaged a parked vehicle.
Shoplifting incidents are being investigated in New Minas and Kingston.
A prowler was reported in Waterville at 6:30 p.m.
A snowplow driver asked police to locate a driver parked in his way in Cambridge.
A shopper in a Coldbrook grocery store lost a wallet. It was found and all of the contents were intact.
Two men were arguing loudly on Highland Avenue in Wolfville at 10:30 p.m.
A vehicle slid off the road at the Wellington Dyke.
At 11 p.m., a man was warned about not having contact with someone in Kingston.
An impaired driver was arrested at a check stop in Port Williams. Later, a suspended driver was stopped on Belcher Street.
At 4:30 a.m., a woman phoned 911 to ask if her daughter’s boyfriend was in custody. He wasn’t, and she was cautioned about the proper use of 911.
A report of a possible breach of conditions and another of threats via texting both turned out to be unfounded.
Shots were reported fired in Waterville at 10:40 a.m. by two rabbit hunters.
Police found a business that was insecure in New Minas.
A vehicle went off the road in Pereau.
A homeless woman was reported in New Minas at 10 p.m.
Police stopped a driver in New Minas who was disqualified.
At 2:15 a.m., a 30-year-old inebriated woman failed to pay for a taxi on Sherwood Drive in Wolfville.
At 2:30 a.m. in New Minas, a 21-year-old driver from Alberta was found to be impaired.
One man was arrested and jailed after a fight at a drinking establishment in New Minas.
At 5:10 a.m., an intoxicated male caused a disturbance in an apartment building hallway. The 22-year-old was looking for a place to sleep.
At 7 a.m., a flash freeze caused two different collisions at a Brooklyn Corner intersection. Shortly after, there was another collision in Wallbrook.
A couple had an argument in a Wolfville coffee shop. The woman left with the coffees.
About $2,000 worth of damage was caused when one vehicle slid on black ice in South Alton.
A snowmobile was stolen from a shop at Brooklyn Corner.
At 6:20 p.m., a vehicle went into the ditch in Greenwich.
Someone reported that their sales contacts had been stolen from a cell phone.
A wallet was reported lost at Central Kings High School.
A vehicle went into the ditch in Welsford due to ice.
Two domestic incidents took place. Three mental health calls came in, one of them involving a senior citizen who heard knocking on her door. There were three family relations calls, including one youth who assaulted his mother.
Three group home incidents arose.
There were four driving complaints and checkpoints were set up in Coldbrook, Greenwood and Cambridge.
There were collisions in New Minas and Greenwood. Twenty tickets were handed out.
There were two false alarms, including one at a business that was likely set off by a passing snowplow. There were four false 911. One was an exchange student trying to call home.