From the cruiser
There were 92 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between March 16 and March 20.
There was a loud music complaint from the home of an intoxicated female in Kingston.
At 11 a.m., there was a disturbance on Foster Street in Berwick.
An iPad was stolen in Waterville.
The possible possession of stolen goods was reported from a youth group home.
A shoplifter was reported in New Minas.
Possible drug use was noted on Highland Avenue in Wolfville.
There were two reports of a person sleeping in a bank lobby in New Minas.
Three unknown males were unruly in a Wolfville pub at 11:19 p.m. They were gone when police arrived.
At 1 a.m., a report about the use of a bogus prescription came in from North Kentville.
A man delivering newspapers in New Minas reported a vehicle that had its trunk open at 1:15 a.m.
Two suspicious men were reported on Highway 1 in Aylesford at 3:55 a.m. Later, there was another report of one male in Greenwood.
The possible use of drugs in a gas bar washroom was reported from New Minas at noon.
A dispute between tenants was reported from a Kingston apartment building.
Someone fraudulently used a credit card owned by a Greenwood resident to the tune of $700.
A Berwick resident reported a computer hacking and the subsequent loss of banking information.
An individual requested a ride to Inn From the Cold at 9:43 p.m.
A disturbance took place at a Greenwood apartment building just after midnight.
A landlord/tenant dispute was reported in Wolfville.
A breach of trust complaint came in from Centreville.
A report of criminal harassment is being investigated in Greenwood.
A purse was found in Berwick.
A Coldbrook resident reported a phone scam.
A vehicle was stopped in North Kentville. Marijuana was seized from the 23-year-old male driver.
Two women caused a disturbance at Greenwood eatery that police are investigating.
A bonfire off English Mountain Road in Coldbrook turned out to be a controlled burn.
Someone set a dumpster on fire at a school in Auburn.
An animal complaint was received from Bishopville.
There was a gas and go reported from Greenwood.
An alert newspaper delivery driver spotted a car door open at 2:55 a.m. in New Minas.
Four domestic incidents occurred. A 20-year-old male was arrested for assault and a 22-year-old inebriated man was removed from a residence.
There were four family relations calls, including one caused by addictions. There were three mental health calls, including one about a man who’d lost his job.
Police responded to three calls from youth group homes.
Nine driving complaints came in. Collisions took place in Greenwood, New Minas and Aylesford. A hit and run took place in a New Minas parking lot.
There was a checkpoint set up in Wolfville and speeding tickets were handed out in Kingston and on Highway 101. Licence plates were stolen in Newtonville and Kingston.
A case of threats and some ‘sexting’ via social media are being investigated.
There were three false 911 calls and four false alarms.