There were 223 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between March 28 and April 4.
A green Guess purse was reported lost in New Minas.
A gray 2007 Chev Silverado pick-up truck was stolen from a Coldbrook car lot. It has an extended cab and a short box.
A North Kentville resident reported cash stolen during a break-in.
A 32-year-old man was arrested on a warrant in Wolfville.
Someone kicked in the door of a Wolfville apartment and stole money.
An internal theft was reported from a Canning institution.
A driver in his 50s received a seven-day suspension in Wolfville.
Loitering was reported outside a Berwick café.
Noise was reported in Kingston at 7:26 p.m.
Viewing video from earlier in the month prompted a New Minas store to report a shoplifting.
Two noise complaints came in from Wolfville.
A 22-year-old young male was jailed because he was too intoxicated to stand up. He was spotted on Acadia Street in Wolfville at 1 a.m.
At 2 a.m. there was a disturbance in Lockhartville. Two people were jailed.
At 7:57 a.m., a vehicle was towed after a collision in Berwick. The 25-year-old female driver was determined not to have registration, insurance or a licence.
A North Kentville parent reported finding a syringe near a street.
Two pit bull dogs were loose on Highway 101 near New Minas. They were later located.
A 21-year-old male was arrested for breaking into and trashing a residence in Kingston.
There were off road vehicle complaints in Greenwood and near Kingston, including an SUV that tore up a hay field.
A Lakeville resident reported damaged tires.
At 5:30 p.m., there was a neighbourhood dispute in North Kentville over a watch.
A report of stunting or racing came in from Kingston at 6:30 p.m.
A targeted checkpoint in Port Williams snagged a driver who was drinking. He received a seven-day suspension.
Later, a driver stopped for speeding in Cambridge was found in possession of a small amount of cannabis.
A Wolfville resident reported that a neighbour’s garage door was suspiciously open.
After an early morning noise complaint in Kingston, police could not find anybody home.
A driver was stopped in New Minas and found to be slightly over the drinking and driving limit.
At 2 a.m., there was a disturbance at a drinking establishment in Greenwood. An unconscious 19-year-old was treated at the scene.
At 3:55 a.m., a Wolfville woman in her 80s was found wandering in her housecoat.
Several unused syringes were found on a New Minas roadside.
A 20-year-old male committed a break-in in Cambridge. He damaged property, was in possession of a dangerous weapon and failed to comply with conditions.
A 29-year-old male was reported for smoking a joint outside the elementary school in New Minas.
Two youth were throwing rocks at a building in Greenwood at 3 p.m.
The driver of a motorcycle in Hall’s Harbout lost control on gravel and skidded into a ditch.
There was a gas and go in Aldershot.
A dumpster fire was reported in Greenwood.
A female driver was reported for texting. She was found to be without insurance or a licence. The 27-year-old also attempted to mislead police.
An inebriated woman in her 20s was jailed in Wolfville for causing a disturbance on Hillside Avenue at 2 a.m.
Three youth attempted to avoid paying taxi fare in Lakeville at 3:35 a.m. One left his wallet in the vehicle and ended up paying.
Damage to bird feeders and a fence was noted in Greenwood.
A car hit a deer on Highway 101 near Kingston and a vehicle in Wolfville hit a cyclist.
A six-year-old boy was reported missing from the Acadia Arena, however, he had started walking home to Port Williams. The lad walked about five kilometers.
A man in his 60s passed out behind the wheel in Forest Hill and hit the ditch. He was sent to hospital.
At 2:49 a.m., police were called, for the second time, about a barking dog in New Minas.
Someone cut a lock on a trailer and stole tools.
A window was broken on a truck for sale in Berwick.
A lawn was damaged in Hall’s Harbour.
ATVs were reported on the road in Kingston.
A young man was beating his head against a power pole and swearing on Highland Avenue in Wolfville at 3:11 p.m.
Items were stolen from a vehicle involved in a collision that had been taken to a service area at a New Minas business.
Someone tampered with a phone box in North Kentville.
A 24-year-old man was arrested in Kingston at 11:49 p.m. for being drunk in public.
There were thefts at a Port Williams home.
A dirt bike was stolen from a Kingston barn.
A vehicle stopped on Highway 101 when a passenger had a medical emergency.
A break-in was reported in White Rock. Jewelry and a TV were stolen.
A woman was hanging around an ATM machine in New Minas.
There was a loud party on Bay Street in Wolfville.
An intoxicated man was reported in North Kentville.
At 2:55 a.m., a sports team created a disturbance walking from the Acadia Arena along Main Street in Wolfville.
A window was smashed on a vehicle parked in Waterville.
A gas card, camera and jacket were found in Wolfville.
A man was spotted trying to switch tags on an item in a New Minas store.
A husband asked police to charge his wife with perjury.
Some horses were at large on Highway 1 in Greenwich.
The same woman was hanging around an ATM in New Minas again.
A noise complaint came in from Kingston.
A newspaper carrier expressed concern about an elderly customer. Newspapers were piling up at his door.
A noise complaint came in at 2:21 a.m. from Main Street in Wolfville.
There were seven domestic incidents and three arrests. One man who was intoxicated was arrested after breaking a window. A pregnant woman was also arrested for assault.
Seven family relations calls came in. A 12-year-old youth reported a parent for spanking him and a man in his 20s pulled a knife on his grandmother.
Eight mental health issues were reported and a single youth group home incident needed police presence.
There were 14 driving complaints. Two resulted from drivers trying to avoid potholes. Collisions took place on Church Street, South Berwick, Waterville, two in Kingston and two in New Minas. Parking lot crashes occurred in New Minas and Wolfville.
Checkpoints were set up in Hortonville, Wolfville, Berwick, two in Greenwood and five in Kingston.