Kings County From the Cruiser: June 19

Wendy Elliott
Published on June 19, 2014

From the cruiser

There were 129 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between June 9 and June 19.

June 9

Someone damaged irrigation pipes on a strawberry farm near Kingston.

Arson at a rental property in Waterville is being investigated.

A man in his 50s was arrested in Waterville for impairment and failing to comply with court orders.

Police checked out reports of impairment at a Cambridge sports field.

Some cocaine was found at a Wolfville drinking establishment.

A vehicle was ransacked in Bishopville.

Loudness was reported from Summer Street in Wolfville.

There was a noise complaint from Hants Border due to a chain saw being used on wood at 8:58 p.m.

Later, a suspicious vehicle was noted in the village of Canning.

Charges were laid in a sexual assault case.

A window was damaged at a New Minas residence.

June 10

A 22-year-old disqualified driver was stopped in Morden at 1:20 a.m.

Three people on bikes were reported roaming North Kentville at 1:44 a.m.

Solar lights were reported stolen

A gunshot was reported from Aylesford at 3:43 a.m.

Some cannabis was found in North Kentville and destroyed.

A rock damaged the windshield of a truck in North Ketnville.

Three bags of potting soil were taken from a home in New Minas.

Youth were reported loitering behind stores in Greenwood.

An intoxicated man, 37, was arrested in Aylesford for breaching conditions. Later, an inebriated woman was reported in Wolfville.

A hit and run was reported from Berwick.

June 11

A fire was reported in a wooded area near Greenwood at 12:31 a.m.

A break-in occurred at a business in Cambridge at 2:56 a.m. Cash was taken.

Electrical wires were cut at an apartment construction site in Greenwich.

A fence was destroyed at a New Minas business.

A case of cheque fraud was reported in Coldbrook.

A would-be pet owner reported being defrauded by Paypal over a dog purchase from Manitoba.

Tools were stolen when an unlocked shed was broken into on Iona Road, Wolfville.

June 12

A possible credit card fraud was reported at a drinking establishment in New Minas.

A 19-year-old driver was fined $1,268 for not having insurance when stopped on Highway 101.

A driver reported for being impaired in New Minas at 4 a.m. actually had a medical condition.

A man was reported sleeping in a parked vehicle at a Greenwood business.

A dirt bike was stolen from J. Jordan Road in Canning.

A business in Berwick was broken into.

A woman in Aylesford reported a break-in at 1:47 p.m. Her impaired ex-spouse was passed out in her bed. He was arrested.

Officers on patrol near Berwick spotted a fire.

There were three thefts from unlocked vehicles in North Kentville and a wallet taken. Another theft was reported from Canning.

Someone was up to mischief with toilet paper in Lakeville.

A man in New Minas contacted police about a theft from his rented home in Calgary.

A bike was stolen from from Giffen Court, North Kentville.

A youth with an air gun was reported on Prospect Street in New Minas at 4:11 p.m.

A pit bull was loose in New Minas at 5:37 p.m. on Commercial Street.

A suspicious person was noted in Greenwich.

A man driving a lawn mower on the sidewalk on Main Street in Wolfville hit a pedestrian and was rude.

A car hit a deer in Melanson.

Vandalism was reported on Hillside Avenue in Wolfville.

June 13

A laptop was stolen from a business in Berwick. Access was gained to the residence through a window.

A woman went to hospital after her vehicle collided with a deer in Harbourville.

A vehicle was damaged in Waterville.

A driver in New Minas was warned about stunting at 7:47 p.m.

A woman in East Tremont reported two children for knocking on her door at 10:15 p.m. Police located the pair, aged 11 and 12, and they apologized.

June 14

An intoxicated woman was reported just after midnight on Main Street in Kingston.

A couple breaking up turned noisy on Balcolm Drive, Wolfville. The man was reported for screaming.

Two men in a bar in Greenwood were disturbing the peace at 2 a.m.

A couple, who had been drinking, got into a loud argument in New Minas at 2:22 a.m. They both ended up getting arrested.

Police checked on a driver asleep in a van near New Minas at 2:43 a.m. He was too tired to complete his journey.

An unwanted person was reported in Kingston.


June 14

An attempted break-in was reported at a business on Black River Road.

An elderly female driver hit a wooden patio on Main Street in Wolfville.

A mother in her 70s called police about a son she hadn’t heard from since last October. He was located in Halifax.

An intoxicated man was arrested for disturbing the peace at a South Berwick business at 4 p.m.

Concern was expressed about a large dog left in a Subaru in Greenwood.

Police mediated when an employee took money from a North Kentville business because he had not been paid.

A dispute over a cell phone required police presence in Coldbrook.

Some drug paraphernalia was seized by police in Aylesford.

Three people were disturbing the peace on Scott Drive in North Kentville at 7:50 p.m. Later individuals in black hoodies were reported in Aldershot.

An inebriated 17-year-old boy and a 22-year-old man were arrested for breaching the peace in Aylesford at 10 p.m.

A male driver in a suspicious vehicle was noted on Central Avenue in Kingston at 11:34 p.m.

June 15

There was a loud, outdoor party at 1:28 a.m. on Lamont Road, North Kentville.

Loud music was reported on Park Road in Kingston at 3:41 a.m.

A woman tried a doorknob and then ran away at 4:39 a.m. in Wolfville.

A 26-year-old driver received a seven-day suspension for impairment on Highway 101 while in a work vehicle.

A child welfare concern is being investigated.

There was a landlord/tenant issue in Canning.

A suspicious male at a business in Greenwood turned out to be wanted in New Brunswick.

A sudden death occurred.

Twenty mental health calls came in over the full moon period. Six domestic incidents were reported.

There were four youth group home incidents and two medical emergencies.

Five family relations calls came in. A daughter in her 50s assaulted her 70-year-old mother.

There were 22 driving complaints. Collisions occurred in New Minas, Greenfield, South Berwick, Greenwich, Kingston, Coldbrook and Highway 101 near Wolfville.

Parking lots in Greenwood and New Minas were the scene of hit and run crashes.

Checkpoints were set up in Aylesford, Cambridge, Glenmont and North Kentville. Police arrested one male for drug possession in Cambridge.

Suspicious deliveries were reported in the Fox Hill area of North Kentville early on five different mornings.

There were nine false 911 calls and one false alarm.