There were 129 reports made in Kings county between Jan. 24 and Jan. 28.
A report of a Grade 11 student bullying a Grade 9 student came in from a local high school.
Some harassing phone calls were reported from New Minas.
A vehicle went into the ditch in Kingston just before noon, and later, one went off the road in Aldershot.
A fraudulent cheque was reported.
Two vehicles collided in Greenwich at 12:47 p.m.
A shoplifter confessed to stealing a cell phone in New Minas.
There were injuries during a collision in South Berwick.
A couple of hours after a shoplifter was caught stealing meat in Kingston, two people returned $75 worth of meat that had been previously stolen from other grocery stores.
A concerned Wolfville citizen called police about a dog tied to a sign on Balcolm Drive on a cold day.
An intoxicated 35-year-old man was placed in a cell in New Minas. Later, an inebriated female was reported in a Berwick store.
There was a noise complaint from Main Street, Wolfville, at 2:54 a.m.
Starting at 3:39 a.m., a number of cars were towed from Acadia and Prospect Streets and Linden Avenue in Wolfville to allow for snow clearing.
A vehicle went into the ditch on Wolfville Ridge at 6:56 a.m.
Two GPS units were stolen out of vehicles parked overnight in a New Minas subdivision. A vehicle was keyed in a parking lot in the village.
A man in his late 70s was reported laying in a snow bank without a coat in New Minas about 1:10 p.m.
A truck owner was reported for leaving a puppy in the back of his vehicle while he went into a coffee shop in Wolfville.
Someone broke into the Nova Scotia Power compound near Kingston and stole copper wire.
There were two shoplifting incidents in Berwick.
At 8:33 p.m., an intoxicated man in his 30s was reported partially undressed in Harbourville. He was already on conditions.
A noisy party was reported in Port Williams and another on Blue Heron Court in Wolfville. A young male was observed later urinating on the street on Balcolm Drive.
There was an assault in Waterville.
A cab driver in New Minas reported some suspicious behaviour.
An intoxicated man knocked on a door in Aldershot at 2:44 a.m. looking to get warm. He’d had a fight with his girlfriend and was walking to Hall’s Harbour. He was not allowed in.
An over-inebriated man was transported to hospital from a party on Balcolm Drive in Wolfville.
A Kingston resident reported a prowler at 6:15 a.m., but the individual had been lurking five hours earlier.
There was a house fire in Aylesford, which was not suspicious.
There was some damage to property reported in North Kentville.
A 21-year-old female shoplifter was stopped in New Minas.
A gas and go took place in New Minas.
Fireworks were reported in Cambridge at 8:39 p.m., and an hour later, in Kingston.
There was a loud party on Bay Street in Wolfville just before midnight.
After an assault in Harbourville, a 19-year-old man was lodged in a cell.
After a report from Greenwood, an intoxicated 22-year-old male was located and placed in a cell.
A 23-year-old impaired male driver was stopped in New Minas at 2:13 a.m. Then, a 35-year-old impaired driver was nabbed for drinking and not having care and control of his vehicle.
There was an incident involving a hitchhiker in the Berwick area.
Off-road vehicles were a problem in Kingston at 8:47 p.m.
An inebriated 15-year-old girl fell down stairs and injured herself in Coldbrook. Her younger sibling called the authorities about 10:50 p.m. and she went to hospital.
Police responded to a medical emergency in Wolfville.
A woman spent seven hours through the night at a store in Coldbrook. She was gone when police arrived just after 7 a.m.
Two horses were loose in Morristown.
Four domestic calls came in. A 36-year-old man was arrested for assault and making threats, then a 39-year-old man was arrested for assault with a weapon.
There were three mental health incidents. Two involved disturbances at stores.
Two family relations calls were noted. One involved a fight between a father and son, while the other turned into an assault that included a mother and daughter.
There were three driving issues. Collisions occurred in Greenwood, Coldbrook, Kingston, Brooklyn Street
Parking lot crashes took place in Cambridge, Bishopville and North Kentville.
There were three youth group home incidents.
Two well-being checks were conducted.
Police assisted Family and Children’s Services and are jointly investigating two child welfare complaints.
There were four false 911 calls and one false alarm.