By Jennifer Hoegg
Kings District RCMP responded to 244 calls between July 26 and July 30.
Driving complaints were received about a car driving all over the road in Greenwich, a vehicle running a stop sign in Port Williams and another speeding in South Alton.
There was a complaint over an ongoing noise issue in Port Williams.
A two-vehicle collision on Middle Dyke Road resulted in property damage.
In Cambridge, someone complained about a man peeking in patio windows.
A Murphy Lake resident complained about an abandoned vehicle. It turned out to have been involved in a crash the night before
A driver was injured in a single-vehicle collision on North River Road, Aylesford Lake, around 2 p.m. Police, fire and ambulance services attended the scene.
Police spoke to a driver in Kingston about failing to stop at a stop sign.
An abandoned vehicle was reported in Aylesford, but the owners had just gone for a walk in the woods.
There was an email fraud reported from New Minas.
An unlocked vehicle was rifled through in Wolfville; vehicle papers were stolen.
Someone found a syringe on the side of Nichols Avenue, North Kentville.
A stolen vehicle was recovered behind a North Kentville business.
In Auburn, a man was spotted going through someone else’s car, but nothing was stolen.
Water consumption and dog behaviour were the subject of a neighbourhood dispute in Waterville.
A complaint of a man driving while prohibited in Harbourville turned out to be unfounded.
Shortly after 10 p.m., police received a complaint of a loud noise, like a shotgun, outside of a residence and someone knocking on the owner’s door. RCMP said it was not a shotgun, but the incident was part of a dispute related to a recent drug warrant.
Police plan to ticket an individual under the Protection of Property Act after someone was spotted on the roof of a Kingston business.
A fire was reported on Kings Crescent, New Minas, in violation of an open fire ban. The fire was out before police arrived.
Police responded to a complaint of a loud party on Maple Street, Waterville. When advised of the complaint, the revelers turned off the music.
A suspected impaired driver was reported in New Minas after leaving a drinking establishment, but was not located by police.
Just after midnight, a noise complaint about a child screaming came in from Penny Lane, North Kentville. Police attended and found everything to be quiet.
A vehicle was damaged in Aylesford; an investigation is ongoing.
There was a two-vehicle crash at Prospect Road and the Highway 101 Connector in New Minas. One of the drivers was ticketed for failure to yield.
A resident in Tremont reported a suspicious vehicle coming into their driveway. The vehicle was not identified.
A laptop was stolen from a vehicle in New Minas.
Two sleeping bags were turned in to RCMP after they were found on Highway 101 between exits 14 and 15.
There was a complaint from Greenwood about an elderly man slapping a small child and then getting into a vehicle and driving away. Police are investigating
A rear-end collision on Commercial Street, New Minas, caused property damage.
Police are investigating an assault involving two men in Aylesford.
On New Minas’ Commercial Street, one person threw coffee at another. An investigation is ongoing.
In North Kentville, a residence was broken into via a back window. Police are investigating.
Police are looking for a 40-year-old woman after an alleged assault with a weapon in Morristown. A 64-year-old woman received a cut to her forehead.
Wolfville RCMP assisted someone who was being evicted retrieve his belongings.
There were concerns about a dog left in a car who appeared to be in distress in New Minas around 2:30 p.m. The owner was located.
A speeding ticket was issued after a driving complaint came in from Port Williams.
A 21-year-old man was charged with breaching an undertaking. One of his conditions was to sign in with police and he failed to do so.
A number of driving complaints were received about vehicles on Highway 101, in Greenwood, Welton’s Corner and Kingston.
Around 9:30 p.m., there was a disturbance in Kingston. A man was allegedly drunk and trying to start a fight. Police located a 57-year-old man, who was arrested after drugs were found on his person.
An assault between two teenagers was reported on Harbourside Drive, Wolfville. Police are investigating.
Someone in Aylesford complained about a group of teenagers, some of whom appeared to be intoxicated, but police could not find the group.
A 15-year-old Burlington resident called to report there were several bats flying around the inside of the house. She and her 13-year-old sister were very scared and their parents were not home. RCMP made a patrol, but could not find the bats. The girls were advised to leave two windows open and sleep with the door closed.
Police shut down a loud party on Winter Street, Wolfville.
After a call from Old Dyke Road, New Minas, police picked up two inebriated men and lodged them in cells overnight. No charges were laid.
A driver was pulled over in Greenwich and given a seven-day licence suspension after a breathalyzer test.
There was a complaint of an unwanted patron at a drinking establishment in New Minas.
Four-wheelers were reported to be tearing around the old rail bed in Waterville, but were gone when police arrived.
An intoxicated 16-year-old boy was found sleeping outside a business in Greenwood. He was arrested and turned over to a parent.
There was a minor collision at 3 a.m. in Greenwood.
A 26-year-old woman was the alleged victim of threats in New Minas. A 37-year-old woman was arrested and released for a future court date.
Someone turned in an old firearm in Forest Hill.
Four youth were riding dirt bikes on the tracks in Auburn.
A break and enter was reported in North Kentville. A door was kicked in, but nothing was stolen.
An erratic driver on Highway 101 near Hortonville was reported. Another driver was reported for speeding nearby in Avonport. Speeding vehicles were also reported on Wolfville’s Kent Avenue.
After a gas and go was reported in Coldbrook, the customer was located and returned to pay the bill. At the gas station’s request, no charges were laid.
Bank cards that were stolen, along with a wallet and purse, from a vehicle in Blomidon were used at a local gas station. An investigation is ongoing.
Police helped someone retrieve belongings from a residence in Morristown.
A lawn ornament on Maple Street, Kingston, was damaged through mischief. There are no suspects.
A bicycle was stolen from Deep Hollow Road.
Police are investigating a complaint of property damage in Steam Mill. A woman complained a rock thrown from a lawnmower damaged her windshield.
An open fire on the beach in Scott’s Bay was reported, but police could not attend.
Electronics were stolen in a break and enter at a Greenwood residence.
At 10 p.m., an open fire at a Greenwood residence was reported. Police attended and put the fire out.
Two loud parties were shut down by police in Wolfville.
Someone removed property from a Harbourville residence.
A family dispute in Aylesford led to one man being transported to hospital. No charges were laid at the request of the victim.
Police were called to a loud party in Wolfville Ridge. A 17-year-old boy was allegedly assaulted by a 19-year-old male at the party. An investigation is ongoing.
Loud parties on Catherine Court and Hillside Avenue, Wolfville, were also shut down.
A 16-year-old boy was charged with failing to comply with his curfew.
Windows were damaged at a Berwick business around 3 a.m.
A vehicle was found abandoned in a ditch of Highway 221. It was towed.
In New Minas, a vehicle was stolen from a driveway overnight. An investigation is ongoing.
Police are investigating complaint of Internet luring in New Minas.
A residence was broken into in North Kentville.
An ATV driver as taken to hospital after their front tire blew out and their machine struck a guardrail in Bishopville.
Shoplifting from a business in Kingston is being investigated.
A vehicle was taken without consent in Sheffield.
Approximately $300 in baby clothes were reported stolen from a New Minas residence. Police are investigating.
Someone was spotted trying to break into a vehicle in North Kentville. The suspect fled on foot.
A number of unlocked vehicles were targeted in New Minas overnight. Wallet, keys, personal items, cash, a camera and electronics were among the items swiped. In the same village, a stolen vehicle was recovered on Cornwallis Street.
One person was transported to hospital after a three-vehicle collision in Cambridge.
Tools were stolen from a Greenwood worksite. Police are investigating.
Fuel was stolen from a South Berwick business after a break and enter overnight.
A bicycle was stolen in Greenwood.
Someone complained about at two-year-old not being in a car seat in New Minas.
A vanity plate was stolen from the front of a vehicle in North Kentville.
There were 10 false 911 calls and five false alarms between July 26 and 30.
Wolfville RCMP responded to two requests to locate individuals. Both were found safe and sound.
There were four mental health calls: three resulted in suicidal individuals being transported to hospital and the fourth involved an assault between two men in their 60s.
Family and childrens’ services were called after police responded to a domestic dispute.
Police responded to two family relations calls, one involving an out of control 12-year-old.
Checkpoints were set up in Gaspereau, New Minas, Port Wiliams, Greenwood,
Kingston and Berwick. Two tickets were issued and one impaired driver was snagged.