Kings County From the Cruiser April 22

Wendy Elliott
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From the cruiser

There were 118 calls to the R.C.M.P. in Kings County between April 11 and April 15.

April 11

At 1:10 a.m., an intoxicated 29-year-old man was reported after he made a lewd gesture at a party in Waterville.

Several unlocked vehicles in Greenwood and Tremont were broken into. A GPS, a military coin with great sentimental value and a computer were stolen.

An open door and an alarm signaled a break-in at a Greenwich business.

A road rage incident occurred in Wolfville.

A 43-year-old man in Coldbrook was arrested for producing marijuana. He will be in court June 30.

A pellet or BB gun damaged a car window in Greenwood at noon.

Some cyberbullying on Facebook was reported at Acadia University.

Two women, who are neighbours, got into a dispute about noise in Aylesford. Police are investigating.

A shoplifter was caught in Berwick.

A bonfire was reported in Aylesford at 4:53 p.m.

There was a report about someone in possession of a stolen motorcycle.

At 8 p.m., police assisted a woman with a drive to Greenwood.

April 12

There was a loud music complaint at 12:17 a.m. in Waterville.

Three men in their 20s were arrested at an out-of-control party in Wallbrook. One man was charged with resisting arrest, assaulting a peace office and fleeing arrest. A second man was charged with assaulting a peace officer, obstructing a peace office and escaping custody.

Two people were reported for suspiciously jumping into a ditch at 1 a.m. in Greenwich.

There was a noisy party in North Grand Pré.

Concern was expressed when someone spotted the door of a vehicle left open in Greenwood.

At 3:30 a.m., a loud party was reported from Berwick. Half an hour later, an unwanted and intoxicated male was reported from a party in Cambridge.

Some loud stomping was problematic at 4:30 a.m. at a North Kentville apartment building.

A shoplifter was stopped in Berwick.

A loud explosion was noted in Kingston at 5 p.m. Nova Scotia Power was working in the area at the time.

A group of young adults on Main Street in Wolfville were celebrating final exams by holding up a sign that read: ‘you honk, we drink.’

Police had to mediate a disagreement to allow an ex-roommate in North Kentville to retrieve mail.

A prowler in Waterville was arrested again. He was also charged with breach of conditions and mischief.

A 36-year-old female driver in New Minas was charged with careless and imprudent driving at 8:52 p.m.

An open fire was reported in Waterville.

At 11:59 p.m., an 18-year-old man was turned away from a Wolfville drinking establishment.

April 13

At 12:30 a.m., a 22-year-old inebriated male was reported from Harbour Side Drive.

At 2:22 a.m., an impaired driver was stopped in Wolfville. He will be in court on June 23.

Some pills were found in Black River.

A report of elder abuse is being investigated.

An unwanted person was reported in Berwick.

A small amount of illegal drugs were found during a motor vehicle stop in New Minas.

Eight mental health calls came in, along with three family relations reports. Two of them involved a 21-year-old son.

There were eight domestic incidents. Two of them involved female perpetrators.

There were 13 driving complaints. One male driver was handed a $406.48 speeding ticket for speeding on Highway 101 near Kingston. Check points were set up in Berwick and Kingston. Collisions were reported in New Minas and Greenwood.

There were two reports of threats and harassing phone calls. There were two youth group home issues.

There were three false 911 calls and three false alarms.

Organizations: Acadia University, Nova Scotia Power

Geographic location: Greenwood, Waterville, Wolfville Berwick Greenwich Aylesford Kings Kingston Coldbrook New Minas North Kentville Wallbrook North Grand Pré Cambridge Black River

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