By Wendy Elliott
A concern about inappropriate child discipline was noted and investigated.
There was a loud music complaint from New Minas at 12:25 p.m.
A shed in Kingston was broken into.
Police attended a structure fire in Lockhartville.
A subwoofer was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in Wolfville.
Some mischief was reported in Aylesford.
A suspicious man was looking for recycling in Wolfville.
A group of youth was loitering around department of transportation property in New Minas.
Three men were reported looking in vehicles in New Minas at 4:14 a.m.
A window was broken at a home in Greenwood at 4:30 a.m.
A shoplifter was stopped in a Greenwood convenience store and three youth attempted to shoplift in New Minas.
At 9:50 a.m., a piece of copper pipe that looked to be from a furnace was discovered behind a building in Kingston. Police are looking for culprits who caused the mischief.
A youth pulled a stupid prank on a younger child in Kingston: he put on a ski mask and threatened death.
A thief went into an unlocked vehicle in New Minas and took earrings and loose change.
A chainsaw was stolen out of a truck in Wolfville.
A citizen in New Minas took a wayward dog out of traffic and turned it over to the SPCA. The dog was not wearing tags.
Four slashed tires were reported in Kingston.
A bear trap was stolen out of a building in Lower Canard and firewood was stolen from a house under construction in Somerset.
Four youth were reported for pounding on the door of a vehicle in Kingston; they had forgotten the keys.
A woman 50s caused a disturbance in a New Minas store. Twenty minutes later, her daughter came in and created another. Both were banned from the business.
A 16-year-old shoplifter in Greenwood was barred from a business.
Theft of prescription drugs was reported in Canning.
A man notified police about a computer virus asking him to send $100 to the RCMP in the United States.
There was a gas and go in New Minas at 11:17 p.m.
A vandal damaged the railing on a walkway in East Tremont.
A cheque fraud was reported and a firearm was turned over for destruction in Wolfville
A landlord/tenant dispute arose over the theft of a washer/dryer.
At 1:10 p.m., a neighbourhood disturbance arose over some loud music in Canning.
There was a gas and go in New Minas.
A woman called police about a dirty look she hadd received from another female at the mall in New Minas.
A 35-year-old man will be charged with shoplifting in Kingston.
A woman was reported after she screamed about people kicking pop cans around in New Minas. The woman was concerned the cans would impact her car.
Someone was in and out of recycled clothing bins in Canning at 8:56 p.m.
A parent with addictions reached out for help for his child.
People dressed in black were reported looking in vehicles in New Minas at 2:38 a.m.
An alarm signaled a break-in, but it turned out to be an insecure door.
An elderly woman was reported on the side of the road with her hood up in Coldbrook. Two good Samaritans stopped to change her tire.
Two drivers failed to pay for gas in New Minas, but one of them was not intentional.
A chocolate lab was reported on Highway 101 near Wolfville, but it was gone when police arrived.
A shoplifting incident in Greenwood is being investigated.
Some money was taken from a residence in North Kentville.
Two girls were involved in an assault in New Minas.
A Waterville resident reported the theft of a laptop, food and a blue ray DVD.
There was a collision in Cambridge and police determined the driver did not have a valid licence, plate or insurance. The vehicle was destroyed.
Some suspicious vehicles were reported in Somerset at 9:57 p.m.
A window was smashed at a home in Kingston at 3:10 a.m.
A suspicious vehicle was noted in Waterville at 5:26 a.m.
There were six mental health calls, including a man in his 40s pacing outdoors at 9:40 p.m.
Between March 11 and 14, six family relations calls were received. Police had to mediate when the father of a newborn wanted baby clothes back from his child’s mother because they had broken up. The clothing was a gift from his family members.
There were eight driving complaints. Three warnings were issued. Collisions took place in New Minas, Wolfville and in a New Minas parking lot.
Two Facebook complaints were received and some death threats are being investigated.
There was one false alarm and five false 911 calls.
The community policing officer attended a Lunch Bunch event with seniors and gave presentations on emergency preparedness to children during March Break Safety Week at the mall in New Minas.