Kings County From the Cruiser: May 20

Wendy Elliott
Published on May 20, 2014
From the cruiser

There were 109 reports made to RCMP between May 12 and May 15.

May 12

A 41-year-old man was arrested at 3:14 a.m. in North Alton for causing a disturbance. He had been drinking. The man was charged with assault, mischief, break and enter and being unlawfully in a dwelling house.

A vehicle stored in Woodville was reported damaged.

A boundary dispute was noted in Millville.

About a pound of empty .22-calibre gun casings were found loose in a parking lot in New Minas.

A North Kentville resident complained about a direct seller pushing driveway paving.

An iPad was stolen from a home in Coldbrook.

A parent in New Minas reported youth smoking marijuana at 7:10 p.m.

The church in Forest Hill had screens damaged.

A driver stopped in New Minas for a missing taillight turned out to be suspended. He was a 45-year-old male.

May 13

A suspended driver was stopped in Somerset.

A taxi driver reported a fare fraud in Black Rock.

Police are investigating a report of an assault involving a youth.

Some shoplifting was noted in New Minas.

There was a collision in Berwick.

At 11:43 a.m., a man was causing a disturbance in New Minas.

A 2011 Polaris four-wheeler was stolen from Berwick. Its licence plate is GL023.

Two golf carts and a snowmobile trailer were stolen from storage in Centreville.

A 33-year-old woman with two children was caught shoplifting in Kingston at 6 p.m.

An animal complaint involved an owl with its head chopped off; the bird was found at a seasonal property outside Aylesford.

A distracted driver caused a collision in New Minas.

Someone damaged a truck cap in New Minas.

There was one mental health call, one family relations call and one minor domestic incident.

Twelve driving complaints were received. Ironically, two cars of different colours were reported the same morning driving the wrong way on Highway 101.

There were seven calls from youth group homes in the area.

Two threats complaints came in.

There were three false alarms and two false 911 calls.