Kings County From the Cruiser Feb. 6

Wendy Elliott
Published on February 6, 2014
From the cruiser

There were 131 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Jan. 30 and Feb. 3.

Jan. 30

An unwanted male in Bishopville was wanted on a warrant. He was reported a second time.

A wallet was reported lost in a New Minas restaurant.

A man was struck at a bus stop at Eagle Creek Road in North Kentville and the driver took him to the hospital. Police are investigating.

Police in Wolfville determined an assault report at the Acadia Arena was unfounded.

There was a gas and go in Greenwich.

Jan. 31

Police assisted a stranded young woman in Greenwood at 1:49 a.m.

A break and enter was reported to a residence in Greenwood.

A 17-year-old driver hit a pole on Wolfville Ridge. A 16-year-old passenger was injured.

A child welfare complaint came in and an assault against a child is being investigated.

A theft of money in Canning is being investigated, along with another theft in Canning.

Two women got into a consensual fight in a New Minas store.

An ongoing shoplifting issue in New Minas is being investigated.

A 14-year-old girl was arrested for shoplifting in Greenwood. She has been banned from the mall.

Police were asked to mediate after a pizza delivery mix-up in North Kentville.

Three youth were up to mischief in a New Minas mall at 6:33 p.m.

Five youth were throwing rocks at cars in New Minas at 7 p.m.

A driver on Highway 359 complained about littering. He obtained a license plate number for police.

A prowler was reported around vehicle in Greenwood at 10:28 p.m.

A 21-year-old male was arrested in Aldershot for breaking the window on the vehicle. He was also breaching conditions.

There was a loud party reported on Bay Street in Wolfville.

Feb. 1

A 56-year-old impaired driver will be in court March 31 after he was stopped in Greenwich at 1:35 a.m. Later, another impaired driver was stopped in Greenwood.

At 4:28 a.m., an impaired male driver was stopped and given a seven-day suspension. He did not have insurance or registration.

There were three complaints on a single property about strange footprints from a Waterville address.

A tire key was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in North Kentville.

A cabin in Upper Pereau was entered through a broken window. Nothing was taken.

Three youth were skateboarding down Black Rock Road at noon.

A license plate was stolen in New Minas.

Two young men were holding up a sign on Main Street in Wolfville at 3:45 p.m. They offered to drink if drivers honked.

A customer drank six glasses of beer in a Wolfville eatery and left without paying about 5:20 p.m.

A suspended driver in Aylesford had his vehicle towed.

A disturbance in a Greenwood drinking establishment was fuelled by alcohol.

A 22-year-old impaired driver was stopped in Kingston at 10:56 p.m.

Feb. 2

A consensual fight at a New Minas drinking establishment was fueled by alcohol. Three males, aged 20–36, were arrested.

A 34-year-old inebriated woman was arrested at a New Minas drinking establishment.

A trespasser was reported overnight in New Minas.

An ongoing theft problem was reported on North Mountain.

Some obscene phone calls were reported over an eight-month period.

A road rage incident was reported in New Minas.

A Wolfville parent reported his 10-year-old son had received an image on his iPod, via text message, of a naked woman from the neck down.

There was a loud party on Balcolm Drive in Wolfville at 11 p.m. Later, an intoxicated 24-year-old male was reported at Acadia University.

At 3 a.m., a 22-year-old intoxicated male went to jail from a Wolfville drinking establishment.

Feb. 3

A suspicious and unkempt person knocked on a Waterville door at 7:33 a.m.

A couch was stolen out of the lobby of an Acadia University residence.

Six domestic incidents occurred. Two were female aggressors, including one who lashed out after insulting her husband’s new girlfriend.

There were six family relations calls. An out of control 14-year-old female youth was arrested.

Six mental health calls came in. One concerned a woman who was unwanted in a New Minas business.

There were five youth group homes. Two of them had mental health overtones. A 13-year-old girl assaulted a staff member, injured herself and damaged property.

Eight driving complaints were filed. Two warnings were issued and two charges were laid. Collisions took place in Glenmont, New Minas and Wolfville.  Parking lot crashes were reported in New Minas and at Acadia University.

Checkpoints were set up in Berwick, Greenwood, Church Street and two in Welsford.

There were two threats complaints and two reports came in from Acadia University of found illegal drug paraphenalia.

There were two false alarms and 11 false 911 calls.