From the cruiser
There were 133 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between May 5 and May 9.
A 16-year-old teenage boy was reported missing from a youth group home.
A suspicious man was noted on Prospect Road in New Minas. Later, a suspicious vehicle was reported near Lumsden Dam.
An investigation is underway after someone fraudulently obtained cable service.
A vehicle was abandoned in Newtonville.
A woman was caught shoplifting in Kingston at 7 p.m.
Someone who was reported missing from the rehab centre in Waterville turned up.
There was a checkpoint in Greenwood.
A Highbury Road, New Minas, dog owner was reported for tying an animal too close to the sidewalk. Apparently, the animal lunged at an elderly woman and she fell down at 11 a.m.
A man drinking a root beer was reported from a Cambridge parking lot as he had a child in the vehicle, but police could not fault him.
Some mischief was perpetrated at several storage lockers in Auburn.
An intoxicated man was reported in North Kentville at 6:29 p.m.
Suspicious youth were near the woods in North Kentville at 8:36 p.m.
Two complaints came in from Waterville about harassing phone calls.
At 9:54 p.m., a Kingston resident reported someone banging on exterior walls. Police made several patrols, but did not locate anyone.
Police are investigating a report of a sexual assault.
A postman asked for assistance after a dog lunged at him on Isnor Road, North Kentville.
A patient was reported missing from the hospital on Exhibition Street, North Kentville.
There was a request for extra patrols in Centreville.
Two ATVs were reported as a hazard near Highway 101 at 5:51 p.m.
Three more missing youth from Auburn, Greenwood and Greenwich turned up safe.
Noise was reported from a Pleasant Street, Wolfville, apartment at 10 p.m.
A bike ran into the back of a truck in Greenwood at 11:41 a.m.
Someone cut a padlock and broke into a garage in Kingston. Two air guns were stolen.
A student in Aylesford needed counsel at 12:15 p.m.
A driver, who pulled over for a passing funeral, was hit in Greenwich when going back on Highway 1.
A 16-year-old boy kicked at construction sign in Canning and was reported. He fled, was arrested and turned over to a parent.
Police spoke to two youth who took cardboard into some woods near Homeco Drive in New Minas at 7:53 p.m.
There was a loud music complaint on Marsh Hawk Drive in Wolfville at 10 p.m.
There were four domestic incidents. One man was arrested for assault and property damage. Two of the other incidents involved assault.
Two family relations cases were reported and four mental health concerns came in. A 17-year-old son assaulted his mother and she required stitches. The boy was arrested.
There were reports of threats made in Hants Border, New Minas, Berwick and Gaspereau.
There were eight driving complaints. One concerned a driver, reading a book and passing in a school zone. There were collisions in Coldbrook, Kingston and Greenwich.
There were two false alarms and two false 911 calls. One of them was a caller seeking child custody information.