A 20-year-old woman was the subject was nine calls to RCMP from Kentville, New Minas and Waterville between Dec. 28 and Jan. 1.
She reportedly was suffering from a mental breakdown and was arrested several times after calls. On Dec. 30, she was wet, shoeless and hiding under a patio.
The young woman was discharged from hospital, then would not leave on three occasions.
Cruiser Jan. 8
There were 246 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Dec. 24 and Jan. 4.
An intoxicated woman was arrested at 2:56 a.m. for damaging property.
Someone kicked in a door in New Minas and ran.
Two harassment complaints came in.
A red Dodge Caravan was stolen from Habitant. It had been parked for some time.
A patrol stopped a driver in New Minas and handed out a seven-day suspension. The vehicle was towed.
An electrical problem started a fire that destroyed two 15-passenger vans parked at a business in Cambridge.
During poor driving conditions, several vehicles were reported off the road.
An assault involving three youth in Wolfville is being investigated.
An inebriated 18-year-old male reportedly smashed the window of a car in Wolfville.
There was a collision at a slippery intersection in Melanson, and later, a rear-end accident in New Minas.
A taxi driver in New Minas reported an intoxicated 19-year-old male was behaving bizarrely.
A 23-year-old impaired driver was stopped in New Minas at 3:52 a.m.
A man was arrested for punching a taxi cab in New Minas. The incident took place at 12:40 a.m.
There was a bomb threat at the Waterville youth facility.
Inebriated males were sent to jail from Wolfville and New Minas.
An intoxicated man in his 30s entered the wrong home in Aylesford at 12:28 a.m. He disturbed an elderly resident.
Two calls were received about a large house party in Lockhartville. The first call, at 1 a.m., concerned the disturbance the 100 partygoers were making. The second call was about thefts from a parked vehicle. Police are investigating.
A snowmobile crashed near Lake George about 1 a.m. The couple riding it were injured. Police determined alcohol was not involved.
At 1:49 a.m., an intoxicated man broke a window after he was refused service at a drive-through in Greenwood.
A man in his 30s was causing a disturbance at a New Minas drinking establishment at 2:18 a.m.
A well-being check was requested for an inebriated female in North Kentville at 2:57 a.m. Later, another request came in.
Alcohol fueled a fight on Commercial Street in New Minas at 3:23 a.m.
A North Kentville resident called police after hearing someone outside shout “leave me alone,” but no victim was located.
Someone kicked in a door in Aylesford at 9:23 a.m.
Mischief involving an oil tank at a Canning residence was reported. Footprints were noted.
Three unlocked vehicles in North Kentville were gone through. Some pills and an MP3 player were taken.
Two tenants got into a fight in New Minas, and later, there was an assault involving two roommates in North Kentville.
A disturbance was reported in North Kentville at 1:19 p.m.
A rifle and welder were stolen during a break-in in Morristown.
Someone broke into the Nova Scotia Power compound near Kingston.
A prowler was reported in New Minas.
There were two reports of a male in his 20s, who was on probation, having possession of stolen goods. Both reports came from New Minas.
A woman left a purse with cash and a prescription on the bus.
A Wolfville resident reported the theft of empty beer bottles from an apartment building.
A child welfare concern came in from New Minas.
A landlord/tenant issue arose.
A report of threats via e-mail was received.
A call came in about missing cash at a Wolfville apartment.
There were eight mental health calls. One older youth reported feeling suicidal on Dec. 25.
Six domestic reports, involving three assaults, were reported. A 54-year-old man was arrested at 1 a.m. on Dec. 25 for assaulted his wife and stepson. Another man, aged 45, was arrested and held until sober.
There were six family relations calls. Siblings in their late 50s got into a ruckus and there was also an assault on Christmas Day.
There were 19 driving complaints and 11 collisions.
Checkpoints were set up in Cambridge, Berwick and twice in Greenwood.
There were three unsuspicious sudden deaths.
Three calls came in about possible drug use.
There were six false alarms and 11 false 911 calls.