From the cruiser
At 5:26 a.m., a prowler was reported in New Minas.
There was an animal complaint about an overzealous dog knocking a woman down in Centreville.
An Antique cream and milk separator was stolen from a garage during a break-and-enter in Aylesford.
Damage to windows of construction equipment in North Kentville was reported.
There was an assault reported at 1 p.m. No charges are expected.
There was a parking lot crash in Wolfville.
A two-vehicle crash on Highway 12 led to property damage.
Police responded to a child welfare case.
Two people transported to hospital for precautionary reasons, including a pregnant woman, after a crash on the Highway 221, Aylesford, just before 4 p.m.
An abandoned vehicle reported in Black Rock was a car that had broken down.
There was a call to transport someone to Inn From the Cold.
There was a traffic complaint.
Police were part of a child welfare investigation.
A breach of a peace bond is under investigation.
Damage to a gate at a residence in Berwick was reported at 11:30 a.m.
A Kings County resident lost money to the Microsoft telemarketing fraud scam.
Damage to a vehicle in a Greenwood parking lot was reported.
There was a landlord/tenant dispute over property.
A leaky gas tank in a parking lot in North Kentville was reported.
There was a fender bender at a New Minas parking lot and a fender was reported damaged at Acadia University.
Harassment was reported.
A gas and go reported in Coldbrook turned out to be an error at the pumps.
Police performed a well-being check.
There was a driving complaint.
At 3:33 a.m., police received a noise complaint of someone running up and down the street in Morristown.
An ATV was reported stolen from a yard in Aldershot.
Police are investigating a possible violation of a court order in Greenwood.
There was a gas and go at 8:40 a.m. in New Minas.
RCMP assisted with a child welfare interview.
At 9:12 a.m., there was a two-vehicle crash in New Minas.
A Greenwood resident reported that a winter garden flag was stolen from their property at 10 a.m.
RCMP responded to a complaint of a younger female asking for money in the Greenwood area just after noon.
There was a dispute over an impounded vehicle.
A 34-year-old man arrested for shoplifting in New Minas at 1 p.m. will be appearing in court on theft charges at a later day.
An 18-wheeler was stuck in the snow on Highway 1, Coldbrook, and a car went off the road on the 101 near Wolfville.
Police received reports of tractor trailers jackknifed near Greenwich on the 101, but could not find the vehicles.
A driver in New Minas reported they were abandoning their vehicle as a tow truck couldn’t get to it in the storm. Another vehicle stuck in Chipman Corner was towed because it was a traffic hazard.
Police performed a wellbeing check in Greenwood.
At 5:22 p.m., a caller reported a woman was lying in the snow in North Kentville and asking for rides. She was gone when police arrived.
There was two-vehicle crash on the 101 near Aylesford, but no one was injured.
Downed power lines were reported in Greenwood.
Two complaints of harassment over Facebook were reported.
Between March 20 and 27, Kings District RCMP reported there were 13 false 911 calls, 11 false alarms and four calls to youth group homes, one involving an apprehension. Checkstops were conducted in Wolfville and Berwick. There were eight mental health calls and eight family relations calls, including: three calls about custody disputes, one about a child being left behind at a movie theatre and two involving alleged assaults.
There were 11 calls about domestic disputes, two involved alleged assaults, one a sexual assault and one was a property dispute over a licence plate.
Five people were ticketed for texting while driving. The fine is $176.45.