Kings County From the Cruiser: Sept. 4

Wendy Elliott
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From the cruiser

There were 125 reports made to R.C.M.P. between Aug. 24 and Aug. 28.

Aug. 25

A vehicle was stopped in North Kentville and police located a 19-year-old beginner driver without a responsible driver on board. He was fined $233.95. A male passenger was also fined $463.95 for having open liquor.

A vehicle was damaged in North Kentville.

A case of mischief involving broken windows was reported from Centreville.

A theft was reported in Aylesford.

A vertical muffler was stolen from a truck parked in Greenwich between Aug. 23 and 25.

A wallet was found in Medford and a purse in Aylesford.

At 1 p.m. police were called to keep the peace over a tenancy issue in Centreville.

There was a report of fraudulent services from Waterville.

A man was reported walking through Greenwood with a long gun at 4:15 p.m.

A gas and go occurred in Coldbrook.

A guitar was stolen in Greenwood and a bike in North Kentville.

Someone broke a rear window on a truck in Auburn.

At 10:18 p.m. some suspicious activity was noted north of Kingston.

Aug. 26

There were two reports of an abandoned vehicle on a walking trail in Berwick.

Mischief-makers tossed stuff onto the roof of the school in Kingston overnight.

There was a theft from a vacant house in Steam Mill.

A theft took place from a locker at the Acadia University arena in Wolfville.

A caller reported what he thought was a fraudulent call from the Canadian Police Association.

A purse was lost in Avonport.

A door was damaged during a break-in to a Kingston home, but nothing appeared missing.

Threats and a disturbance were reported form Bishopville.

Some illegal dumping was reported from New Minas.

Aug. 27

Police are investigating possible arson after a shed burned on Church Street at 12:46 a.m.

A caller reported a possible fraud involving a computer virus.

A camera was stolen out of a car parked in Wolfville.

A 42-year-old male driver was stopped for using a hand-held cellular device in New Minas.

An iPhone and laptop were reported stolen from Summer Street in Wolfville and then found.

There was a hit and run involving two drivers using the round about in New Minas.

An unwanted female was reported in Wolfville at 2:34 p.m. and later an unwanted intoxicated man was noted in South Greenwood.

At 9:49 p.m. a group of youth were reportedly up to mischief in the parking lot of a New Minas business.

A complaint of loud noise came in from Summer Street in Wolfville at 10:38 p.m.

Two domestic incidents were reported. They involved threats and damage to property.

There were 12 mental health calls in a three-day period. One 5:39 a.m. call to police indicated a monkey had messed up the house.

Nine family relations incidents were reported. A neighbor reported an out of control nine-year-old girl and there was a case of elder abuse called in.

Two child welfare concerns were raised, along with two youth group homes incidents. One youth was arrested for assault. A single adult group home call came in.

There were 10 driving complaints, including an unsafe load that got free and hit a vehicle.

Collisions took place in Berwick, Woodville, Greenwich, New Minas, Sunken Lake, North Kentville, Belcher Street, Auburn, and Arlington. There were parking lot crashes in North Kentville, Berwick, Greenwood and Wolfville. A checkpoint was conducted in Cambridge and two in Aylesford.

There were seven false 911 calls and two false alarms.

Organizations: Acadia University, Canadian Police Association

Geographic location: North Kentville, Wolfville, Aylesford Greenwood Centreville Kingston Greenwich Berwick New Minas Kings Auburn Medford Coldbrook Steam Mill Avonport Church Street South Greenwood Sunken Lake Kentville Belcher Street Arlington Cambridge

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