From the cruiser
There were 144 reports made to R.C.M.P. in Kings County between May 1 and May 4.
Someone damaged a public washroom in Port Williams.
After a shoplifter was reported at a grocery store in New Minas, police determined there was no intent to steal.
There was property damage to the fences at Nova Scotia Power properties in Kingston and East Tremont.
Two men were fighting in a ditch on Wolfville Ridge. They fled when police appeared on scene.
Some used needles were found on a public path in Kingston.
An iPod was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in North Kentville.
A prowler was banging on windows in New Minas.
A vehicle was stopped in New Minas at 12:19 a.m. and a passenger was arrested for possession of illegal drugs.
A couple walking and arguing in North Kentville at 2:12 a.m., prompting a third party to intervene. He was threatened.
A report of slander was made from Lockhartville.
A report of a suspicious vehicle in Wolfville turned out to be someone legitimately counting traffic.
Vandals damaged a mailbox in Bennett’s Bay again.
A complaint of ‘sexting’ among youth was received.
A male, who was allegedly intoxicated after drinking Windex, prompted a medical emergency call. Later, a inebriated male was reported in Kingston.
There was a theft from an unlocked vehicle on Fairfield Street in Wolfville, which was reported at 12:11 a.m. Another report came in later from Bay Street.
A 40-year-old male taxi driver was charged $406.45 for speeding in Kingston. He was driving 31 kilometres over the speed limit. Later, a driver, who was prohibited, was caught speeding and his vehicle was seized.
A computer was stolen from a residence on Hillside Avenue in Wolfville.
Someone was taking suspicious photos in Aldershot.
At 10:20 a.m. in Wolfville, a bike was stolen while the owner was inside a convenience store.
Drivers in New Minas and Coldbrook were fined for using hand-held cellular devices.
There was a report of fireworks in Aylesford at 11:33 a.m. Later, there was a report of illegal drug use in the same village.
At 12:57 p.m., someone was reported skateboarding on the roof of Herbin’s Jewelry store in Wolfville.
A stolen licence plate from Kings County was discovered on a vehicle in Bridgetown.
Alcohol fuelled threats at a seniors’ complex in Wolfville.
A motorcycle driver was causing a disturbance in Greenwood.
A well-being check in Wolfville resulted in an elderly woman making a trip to the hospital.
Illegal drugs were found in a backpack on Fowler Street in Wolfville.
A dog was left in a vehicle at a New Minas drinking establishment.
A phone was stolen from a business in Berwick.
A vehicle was making noise near a sporting venue in Auburn.
Two children were caught shoplifting in Berwick. Family and Children’s Services were contacted.
A tractor hit a car in a Pereau parking lot.
Chequebooks in a Port Williams mailbox were stolen and used.
A sexual assault is being investigated.
Loud music was reported in North Kentville at 10:16 p.m.
A 22-year-old male was reported passed out in a restaurant washroom at 1:10 a.m. in Wolfville.
A suspicious vehicle was noted in the east end of Kingston.
An unwanted woman was reported in Aylesford at 10:26 a.m.
A vehicle hit a deer at 11:36 a.m. in Newtonville.
A construction paddle was stolen from a Greenwood construction site.
Some illegal drugs found in North Kentville were destroyed.
Youth were trespassing in Cambridge.
A window was reported broken at a Berwick apartment at 7:22 p.m.
Five domestic incidents occurred and one male was arrested for assault.
Three mental health calls came in along with three family relations reports.
There were three youth group home calls.
There were 14 driving complaints.
Collisions took place in Canning, Cambridge, Greenwood and New Minas.
Checkpoints were set up in East Tremont, Aylesford, Casey’s Corner, Cambridge, Port Williams, Weston, Sheffield Mills and two in Waterville.
A 61-year-old female driver got a $291 ticket for not having a vehicle registration, while a 65-year-old man got a $232 ticket for not having a safety inspection.
Two child welfare issues were raised and two historic sexual assaults were reported.
There were four false alarms and 12 false 911 calls.