Kings County From the Cruiser June 17

Wendy Elliott
Published on June 17, 2014
From the cruiser

There were 135 reports made to R.C.M.P. between June 2 and June 9

June 3

There was a theft reported from an unlocked vehicle in Aldershot. Four more thefts from vehicles were noted in Steam Mill.

A shoplifter grabbed some games and ran out of a New Minas business.

Police are assisting family and children’s services to investigate a child welfare complaint.

An investigation is underway after a vehicle was burned in a field in Waterville.

A man in his 20s was charged with assault in Rockland.

A suspicious person report in Greenwood turned into the need to assist EHS with an ill man.

June 4

An off-road vehicle charge was laid in Canard at 12:26 a.m.

A woman in North Kentville reported missing identification cards.

Police were asked to aid agriculture staff around a livestock concern in Hortonville.

A vehicle was stolen from a garage parking lot in New Minas.

A male driver in his 80s was reported for striking a stop sign in New Minas and not stopping.

June 5

A driver with a suspended licence was stopped in Waterville at 12:30 a.m.

A disturbance was reported in Greenwood at 12:57 a.m.

Police are investigating a sexual assault report.

Some tools were stolen in a break-in to a trailer in Black River.

There was a complaint about trespassing at Wolfville’s harbourfront.

Three youth, aged 15-16, were arrested after they were caught throwing rocks at a golf course in Kingston.

Some chains were cut on a trail in Coldbrook and a suspicious truck was reported.

A person behaving strangely was reported at a New Minas business. An elderly, suspicious male was reported at Acadia University.

A New Minas resident came home at 12:20 p.m. to find a stranger in their residence. The unknown male fled.

There was a car/pedestrian collision in Aylesford.

A wedding ring with a sapphire was stolen from an unlocked locker at the Acadia Arena.

Police were called about a dispute over a property line in New Minas.

A cow was reported on the road in South Alton.

A child welfare concern was registered.

June 6

A Kingston doughnut shop was broken into at 4:53 a.m. Later, another business in Berwick experienced a break-in.

A suspicious person was reported at Acadia University.

A dispute over the ownership of a vehicle was reported from Sheffield Mills.

A rifle was stolen from a home in the Kingston area.

A 17-year-old female driver was fined $233 for speeding on Highway 101 near Wolfville.

Six youth were hanging around vehicles parked in Auburn. They were located and warned.

An assault resulted from a property dispute in New Minas.

Bullying and threats was reported from local schools.

A man in his 40s was charged with making threats in New Minas.

A case of road rage took place in Port Williams at 6:35 p.m.

A man in his 50s was transported to hospital from Wolfville after he caused a disturbance.

June 7

An unwanted female caused a disturbance in New Minas at 2:25 p.m.

At 11:19 p.m., there was a complaint about noisy karaoke in New Minas.

A noise complaint came in from Summer Street in Wolfville.

June 8

A heavily inebriated female, aged 24, was transported somewhere safe from a party in Wolfville. The call came in at 1:55 a.m.

An Aylesford resident reported some possible animal cruelty for information purposes.

There was a truck fire on Highway 101 near Aylesford.

A dog was reported in distress in vehicle in New Minas.

An unwanted person was reported in Glenmont.

A neighbourhood dispute occurred in Millville.

Alcohol fuelled a fracas in Canning. Three counts of failing to comply with a court order were handed to a 38-year-old Moncton man.

There were 14 mental health calls. Eleven domestic incidents took place and one 28-year-old male was arrested for assault.

Eight family relations calls came in and five youth group home incidents were reported. Two reports of possible illegal drug use came in.

There were 14 driving complaints. Check stops were set up in Grand Pré, Waterville and Hortonville

There were two cases of threats and two of sexting.

There were five false alarms and 10 false 911 calls. One youth called 911 because a parent had taken her cell phone away as a punishment.