Kings County From the Cruiser July 22

Jennifer Vardy Little
Published on July 22, 2014
From the cruiser

There were 160 reports made to R.C.M.P. between July 10 and July 14.

July 10

A wallet was left on top of a car and it disappeared at a gas station in Greenwich. Later, another wallet was found in New Minas.

A dog was reported on a Berwick road.

Some children were left in a vehicle parked at a New Minas business. Some time later, a vehicle was reported damaged in a parking lot in the same village.

A camera was stolen in North Kentville.

Some harassment was reported in 3 p.m. in New Minas.

Someone took a vehicle to go joyriding in New Minas.

Two separate reports came in of a suspicious man checking vehicles in North Kentville parking lots.

Dirt bikes were bothersome in Waterville.

There was a disturbance in Berwick at 10:27 p.m.

July 11

Just after midnight, a 20-year-old male driver was stopped on Middle Dyke Road. Already prohibited from driving, he was found in possession of stolen goods.

Two 16-year-old male youths were found prowling in New Minas at 12:35 a.m.

Off-road vehicles were reported in Aylesford due to loud mufflers. Later, there was a complaint from North Kentville about others driving without helmets.

During a break-in in North Kentville, some medication was stolen.

Some gas was stolen from a car on the South Mountain. Later, there was a gas and go in Greenwood.

A workplace injury occurred in Waterville.

A New Minas business reported a shoplifting incident involving two men and a woman.

A vehicle with the keys left in it was stolen from Hants Border.

Police are investigating a complaint of Internet luring.

An unwanted man was reported running through a South Berwick back yard.

A dog was reported in a vehicle in Centreville at 8:22 p.m.

Possible drug use was noted in a park in Coldbrook.

Police assisted fire services in Canning.

There was a loud beach party at Blomidon at 10:45 p.m. and a checkpoint was set up as a result.

A male driver in Morristown was fined $245.50 for not having a valid safety sticker.

July 12

There was a loud party in North Kentville reported at 2:50 a.m.

At 22-year-old male, who was staggering near traffic in New Minas, was jailed at 2:59 a.m. until sober.

There were two reports about a disturbance at a Greenwood drinking establishment at 3 a.m.

A noise complaint at 4:52 a.m. was over when police arrived in North Kentville.

There was an assault during a neighbourhood dispute in Waterville.

Two shoplifting incidents in New Minas are being investigated. One involved a man in his 80s.

At 11:21 a.m., another neighbourhood dispute over dog poop was reported from the Kingston area.

A licence plate was stolen while the owner was at work in New Minas.

An incident arose at an adult group home.

At 2 p.m., police were asked to look into a possible failure to comply with conditions in New Minas.

A man was reported in Kingston at 4:51 p.m. for peering through a fence at a woman with children in a pool.

Two reports came in about two men fighting on a street in Kingston at 5:55 p.m.

A wallet was found at a bus stop in Wolfville. Later, another was found in the tubing area on the Gaspereau River.

A man who was reported for standing at a road sign in New Minas was simply waiting for his ride.

A 36-year-old female driver in New Minas was fined $176.45 for using a hand-held cellular device.

A 57-year-old male driver in Kingston was held after he was stopped. He was found to be impaired, driving while disqualified and failing to comply with conditions.

An inebriated male was causing a disturbance in Cambridge, so he was jailed until sober.

At 11:32 p.m., a 35-year-old male driver was arrested in Auburn for impairment and possession of cannabis.

A report of a loud party in New Minas at 11:47 p.m. turned out to be some adults sitting around a camp fire.

July 13

Two intoxicated females were banging on a door in Wolfville at 2 a.m. They left in a cab.

Fireworks were reported in Coldbrook at 3 a.m.

A 17-year-old driver was stopped in Berwick for impairment after he was observed spinning his tires. He was also suspended from driving.

There were 19 driving complaints. Several concerned the new stop sign in Berwick.

Checkpoints were set up in Kingston, Port Williams, two in New Minas, Wolfville, Berwick and Aylesford. One impaired driver was nabbed and he got a seven-day suspension.

There were collisions in Greenwich, New Minas, Brow Mountain Road, North Kentville A parking lot collision occurred in New Minas.

There were two child welfare concerns and two concerns about harassment. Two different Facebook issues were reported, along with a possible fraud.

There were three false alarms and seven false 911 calls.