There were 129 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Jan. 31 and Feb. 4.
Two unlocked vehicles were gone through in North Kentville.
There was a theft of copper wire from a business in Greenwood.
A strong wind had power lines down in Rockland and a tree on the road in Brooklyn Corner.
Change and six cans of root beer were stolen out of an unlocked vehicle on Gaspereau Avenue in Wolfville.
A generator was stolen during a break-in in Greenwood.
A car hit a deer in White Rock at 4:30 p.m.
Someone broke in a door in North Kentville and stole an engagement ring. Nothing else was taken.
A gas and go was reported in New Minas.
There was a report of threats in public.
A theft in Canning is being investigated.
Police were notified about an empty aluminum beer keg abandoned in the snow in Wolfville.
An internal theft at a North Kentville business led to a firing.
Someone tried to steal a utility trailer in Wolfville.
A noise complaint came in from Pleasant Street in Wolfville.
A man, who ordered a cold cut sub, could not pay for it, so grabbed it and ran at 1:45 a.m. in Wolfville.
A reported dead deer in North Alton was actually a dead raccoon.
A shoplifter was stopped in Kingston.
A report came in of slander on Facebook.
A woman in her 20s, reportedly passed out behind a steering wheel in New Minas, was not impaired, but feeling unwell. Police drove her home.
A Coldbrook service station reported a theft of gas.
A firearms complaint in Aylesford turned out to be a pellet gun.
There was a loud party on Bay Street in Wolfville at 11:47 p.m.
A driver crashed into a stop sign on Front Street in Wolfville.
A Kingston resident reported a loud domestic quarrel at 1:23 a.m., but it turned out to be a young woman chasing a loose dog.
At 3:17 a.m., there was a noise complaint on Pleasant Street in Wolfville.
An ATV complaint came in at 4 a.m. from Cambridge.
A patron of a drinking establishment in Greenwood was assaulted by an unknown individual at 4:16 a.m.
A suspicious vehicle was reported in Coldbrook.
A purse was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in New Minas. Tracks in the snow led to the abandoned purse – minus any money.
A well-being check was requested.
Some homemade lawn ornaments were stolen from a Greenwood property owner.
A woman called to complain about a posting on Craig’s List for ‘discrete encounters’ that gave her contact information. She suspected an ex boyfriend.
Someone tried to steal a road sign in Wolfville, but police intervened.
A driver called at 4:30 a.m. to indicate he was stuck on Highway 101.
There were three mental health calls.
Six domestic incidents came in. Responding to a 911 call, police arrested a 45-year-old man for failing to comply with probation and a 33-year-old female for assaulting a peace officer.
There were three family relations reports.
Twelve driving complaints were received. Checkpoints were set up in South Berwick, Nicholsville, Greenwood, Wolfville, Berwick, North Alton and Greenwich.
Collisions occurred on Middle Dyke Road, North Alton, White Rock, Aylesford, Greenwich and three in New Minas. There was one crash in a New Minas parking lot.
There were two group home incidents. Two landlord/tenant issues arose.
Police are assisting Family and Children’s Services with two investigations. Two drivers failed to pay for gas in Coldbrook.
There were three false alarms and six false 911 calls.