By Wendy Elliott
There were 90 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Jan. 28 and Jan. 31.
A parent called police about an older individual making unwanted contact with a youth.
Police are investigating a shoplifting in Cambridge.
Threats were made in Waterville.
A business in Berwick was broken into and a chain was stolen.
Police in Wolfville were contacted about a workplace concern and a failed business that owes money.
An investigation is underway after an assault in Aylesford that was reported at 4:20 p.m.
A woman in Wolfville lost her cell phone. It was returned, but information had been tampered with.
A 38-year-old intoxicated and unwanted man was arrested in Wolfville for two assaults at an apartment building.
A noise complaint came in from North Kentville at 11 p.m.
Found property and litter were reported on Balcolm Drive in Wolfville at 2:54 a.m.
There was a medical emergency in Kingston at 8:29 a.m. and then, a second occurred later in the day.
There was a three-vehicle pile-up at the Cornwallis River Crossing and Belcher Street at 8:33 a.m.
Some tires were stolen from a storage unit at a Bishopville business.
A school reported two eight-year-olds involved in an assault.
A 24-year-old male was arrested for making threats.
A house in Waterville that had been damaged by fire was broken into.
A parent called police after some big kids wouldn’t let younger kids onto the ice at a New Minas rink.
Police are investigating a December sexual assault that involved mature adults.
Alcohol fuelled a disturbance in Avonport at 4:43 a.m.
There was a gas and go in Coldbrook.
A well-being check was requested in Wolfville.
A window was reported broken at a New Minas apartment.
A 24-year-old male driver was stopped in Coldbrook at 2:45 p.m. for speeding. His vehicle was towed after it was determined he had neither insurance nor a valid license.
A side mirror was broken while a vehicle was parked in Kingston.
A wallet was lost on the campus of Acadia University.
Two 18-year-old males were stopped for shoplifting in Greenwood. Two shoplifting cases were also reported in Berwick food stores.
There were six domestic incidents. Two involved a disturbance and two were about unwanted contact. In one case, police were informed, “the affair is over.”
Of the six family relations calls, three concerned custody issues.
Eight driving complaints came in. Some road rage was reported in Cambridge and an aggressive driver got a warning. There were collisions in Wolfville Ridge, three in Kingston and three New Minas. Parking lot crashes took place in Berwick and Kingston.
A single checkpoint was set up in New Minas.
One landlord/tenant issue arose and police assisted family and children’s services twice. One call came in from a youth group home.
Six false 911 calls came in and there was one false alarm.