From the cruiser
At 2 a.m., youth were causing a disturbance on Pickering Lane in Greenwood. They were making noise and smashing bottles.
Then, at 2:38 a.m., a woman in New Minas reported an intoxicated male was taking her vehicle.
An offender monitor alarm went off at 5:05 a.m., but it turned out to be a faulty battery.
There was a report of a cat that was abandoned by evicted tenants on Prospect Road in New Minas.
An unknown female was reported disturbing the peace in Morden at 2 p.m. She was not located.
There was a collision involving two or three vehicles at the Cornwallis Crossing at 2:30 p.m.
A syringe was found on George Street in Kingston.
A loud party was reported at 9 p.m. on Summer Street in Wolfville. When asked by the complainant, the partygoers complied by quieting down.
A 911 caller in Greenwood reported a stolen wallet.
At 11:17 p.m., an inebriated man in his late 20s tried to enter a house on Sunset Lane in Berwick.
Three women, who had been drinking, were reported on Central Avenue in Greenwood at 11:51 p.m.
Just before midnight, a large party was reported on Elizabeth Avenue in Kingston.
A break-in at a car dealership in Windermere was reported at 1:30 a.m. A male was located with multiple keys.
At 7:36 a.m., there was a break-in to an unlocked vehicle reported from Scott’s Bay.
An employer, who called police with a well-being concern about a staff member, learned he was on his way to court after an earlier break-in.
Two small dogs were left in a car at Valley Regional Hospital.
At 11:14 a.m., a man reported his dog might have been stolen while he was camping at Lake Paul. Police are investigating.
A woman in South Greenwood reported a male kicked in a shed door. An investigation is underway.
The theft of wood from private property is being investigated in North Alton.
There were two domestic disturbances and one arrest. A family relations call concerned custody rights while watching fireworks.
Three mental health calls were reported.
There were three youth group home incidents.
Ten driving complaints were received. Six checkpoints were set up, including two in Aylesford, one in Hants Border and another on North River Road.
There were six false alarms, including two insecure businesses and one church. Four false 911 calls came in.