From the cruiser
There were 196 reports made to R.C.M.P. in Kings County between Aug. 7 and Aug. 11.
A cow was reported on Brooklyn Street at 1:33 a.m.
Some tires were slashed in North Kentville.
A motorcycle and a car collided in Grafton at 10:11 a.m. The resulting injuries were not life threatening.
A collision that occurred in Aylesford a day earlier was reported after the fact.
Someone was reported looking in windows at 11:49 a.m. in Berwick.
An ATV complaint came in at 3:19 p.m. from Cambridge.
A vehicle hit a pole at 4:07 p.m. in South Alton.
People were reported drinking alcohol in a vehicle in Kingston.
There was a landlord/tenant dispute over property in Sheffield Mills.
A bike fell off a vehicle travelling on Highway 101 and then disappeared.
A Centreville resident called with a concern about children playing near construction equipment.
There was a break, enter and theft in Bishopville.
A seven-day suspension was handed out to a 54-year-old male driver at a checkpoint on Brooklyn Street.
A noise complaint came in at 1:50 a.m. from Main and Victoria Streets in Wolfville.
Two males were arrested in Kingston for trespassing
and being intoxicated at 2:24 a.m.
A theft was reported overnight from a vehicle in Lockhartville. Several others were reported later.
Four drivers, ranging in age from 22 to 51, were handed tickets for using a hand-held cellular device while driving in New Minas.
Some youth were reported loitering in Greenwood.
An elderly driver failed to obey signals at a construction site.
Some rowdy youth were reported at business in Greenwood at 10:17 p.m.
A vehicle rolled over on Highway 101 near Kingston at 10:26 p.m.
A mini bike was stolen out of a shed in New Minas.
A woman was reported in the centre of the road in
A neighbourhood dispute erupted in Centreville, and later, another one occurred in New Minas.
A home was broken into in Greenwich and there was an attempted break-in in New Minas.
A man caused a disturbance at a business in South Berwick at 6:30 p.m.
Police were contacted about nasty comments posted on a website in California.
There was a noisy party on Summer Street in Wolfville.
Neighbours in Coldbrook got into a dispute over cats just after midnight.
A loud party was reported from North Kentville.
A sudden death occurred.
There was a disturbance in New Minas at 1:12 a.m.
Police assisted family and children’s services with a child welfare concern.
A neighbourhood dispute was reported from Evangeline Court in Wolfville.
A residence in Ross Creek was broken into.
A call of concern came in about a male hitchhiker who was laying on the ground beside Highway 101.
Two landlord/tenant issues arose in Wolfville.
Four youth were reported damaging a soccer field at West Kings High School in Auburn by driving dirt bikes.
A dog was left in a car in Coldbrook at 5:44 p.m.
A break-in was reported in Welton’s Corner between Aug. 7 and 10.
Noise was reported in North Kentville, but police could not locate the source.
A suspicious vehicle was noted at a carpool parking lot near New Minas at 4:53 a.m. A 24-year-old woman was found living in her vehicle.
A van was rifled through and a pool sliced up in North Kentville. Police are investigating.
Nine mental health calls came in along with seven domestic incidents. One inebriated man was jailed.
Four family relations issues were reported. One intoxicated mother had to be jailed for battling with an adult offspring.
Police are investigating shoplifting incidents in New Minas.
Eighteen driving issues were reported. Several Mustang cars were allegedly stunting on Highway 101.
Collisions took place in New Minas, Sheffield Mills, Greenwood, New Minas, Aylesford, Highway 101 near White Rock, Greenwich and Lockhartville.
Thirteen check points were set up in North Kentville, Greenwood, Port Williams, Brooklyn Street, Welsford, Upper Dyke, Steam Mill, New Minas, Berwick and four in Aylesford.
There were parking lot crashes in Greenwich and Wolfville. One passenger was injured. Three drivers in Berwick failed to stop for stop signs.
A driver with an expired licence was stopped in Port Williams, along with three unregistered vehicles in Welsford and another in Coldbrook.
There were three gas and go incidents in Greenwich and Coldbrook.
One adult group home issue arose and three youth group home concerns.
Two allegations of breach of conditions were noted and a case of Facebook harassment came in.
There were six false 911 calls and five false alarms.