There were 109 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Jan. 21 and Jan. 24
There was a loud music complaint in Berwick at 6:58 a.m.
A ticket was issued after a collision in Canard.
A New Minas householder found the glass on a shed door broken. Police are investigating.
There was an unwanted male at a Centreville business and another at a hair salon in Kingston.
A missing youth was located.
A GPS unit was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle in Port Williams.
A man was reported at 2 p.m. because he was stumbling outside a Berwick home. He was picked up before police arrived.
A pinkie ring with three diamonds in it disappeared while the owner was walking in Wolfville.
Two ex-roommates had a dispute over paying a power bill.
A woman in Wolfville lost her purse and passport. The passport was later found.
Two reports came in from Greenwood about three suspicious males near a department store.
Two chainsaws were stolen out of a shed at Lake Paul.
Staff at a Kingston grocery store reported a female customer whose behaviour seemed strange.
There was a loud music report at 4:48 a.m. in Berwick.
A Kingston homeowner reported being targeted by mischief-makers.
An incident of suspicious credit card activity was reported.
A man in his 20s was arrested for assault in Auburn.
A report involving bullying and a youth was received.
There was a break-in report at the lighthouse in Avonport, but police found an insecure door.
A suspicious man was reported at a school in Kingston at 6:47 p.m. He was waiting for a ride.
During a break-in at a Kingston business, some money was taken from a machine.
Four 16-year-olds were OK after a vehicle ended up on its roof in Coldbrook.
Vehicles in Wolfville and Berwick hit poles.
A shoplifter was reported in New Minas.
There was a report of an apartment broken into in New Minas.
A Wolfville resident reported a strange phone call.
A suspicious vehicle reported parked behind a Greenwood business at 10 p.m. turned out to have two people engaged in conversation in it.
A man in Wolfville asked to go to Inn From the Cold.
A noise complaint was made about a Main Street, Wolfville apartment.
There were three domestic calls. Two involved unwanted contact.
Six family relations reports came in. An 18-year-old young woman was reported for damaging property and resisting arrest. She was placed in a cell to calm down.
Five mental health calls were noted. There was a suicide and a man with dementia called from the hospital to report his wife missing.
There were six youth group home incidents.
There were three driving complaints. One checkpoint was set up in Morristown. Collisions took place at Hall’s Harbour, North Alton, Highway 101 near Kingston and New Minas, South Alton, Kingston and Tremont. There were parking lot collisions in Greenwood, New Minas and Kingston
Police assisted Family and Children’s Services three times and two child welfare concerns were received.
There were eight false 911 calls and one false alarm came in.