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There were 151 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between April 25 and April 29.

April 25

A prowler was spotted on Hillside Avenue in Wolfville at 2:17 a.m.

A prohibited and uninsured driver was stopped in Berwick. His vehicle was towed.

At 7:04 a.m., a suspicious bag was reported from the school in Berwick. It turned out to belong to a student.

Police spoke to a collection agency after a senior citizen reported harassment.

A truck hit a deer on Highway 101 near Grand Pré.

There was an off-road vehicle complaint in Kingston.

A female shoplifter was stopped in New Minas.

A suspicious man was noted on Fowler Street in Wolfville at 3 p.m. Later, some property that might have been stolen was found in Wolfville.

A theft from an unlocked vehicle was reported from Catherine Court in Wolfville.

One person went to hospital after a collision in Black Rock at 8:32 p.m.

A report about a computer being hacked came in.

April 26

A 57-year-old impaired driver was stopped in Grafton. Police are looking at a mischief charge.

A 14-year-old boy was banned from a store after he shoplifted.

A report came in of pellet gun damage to a truck in Coldbrook.

There was a medical emergency after a man fell in North Alton.

Two homes in Pereau were broken into. Jewelry and money were stolen.

A seven-year-old child was reported missing at 5:21 p.m. He was found asleep in bed.

A dog that jumped a fence off Sherwood Drive in Wolfville was the cause of a complaint in the town.

A 29-year-old male pedestrian was hit by a golf cart on a sidewalk in Aylesford at 8:40 p.m. Police are investigating the collision.

A 52-year-old man was arrested for sexual assault with a weapon. He will appear in court on July 22.

There was a disturbance at a seniors’ nursing home at 10:17 p.m. due to a medication change.

A noise complaint came in from North Kentville at 11:58 p.m.

April 27

A homeless man with mental health problems turned up in Wolfville at 1:30 a.m.

There was a landlord/tenant dispute.

A blue 2003 Acura with no license was stolen out of a garage in Coldbrook.

A Cambridge resident reported someone was stealing his daily paper.

A caller raised concern about a horse and female rider in Greenwood. Neither was located.

A Wolfville resident complained about Facebook messages sent by a former friend.

A 2007 Yamaha ATV with the key in it was stolen out of a shed on Highbury Avenue in New Minas. The shed was unlocked. The culprit left a bike behind.

A driver on Middle Dyke Road reported getting ‘the finger’ at a red light.

Two people were injured in a three-vehicle pile-up in Greenwood.

A Kingston resident reported that the night before, prowlers had been around a vehicle.

A golf ball went through a garage window in Gaspereau.

An on-going noise complaint came in about a dirt track set up in Aylesford.

An aggressive telemarketer was reported by an Aylesford resident.

The noise of engines revving was problematic in New Minas at 8:59 p.m.

A party with a bonfire was reported in woods in Millville. Police requested the fire be put out and the party was ending at 10 p.m.

Organizations: RCMP, Acura

Geographic location: Wolfville, New Minas, Berwick Kingston Kings Hillside Avenue Aylesford Coldbrook Grand Pré Fowler Street Black Rock Grafton Greenwood North Alton Pereau North Kentville Cambridge Highbury Avenue Middle Dyke Road Gaspereau Millville

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