From the Cruiser
There were 119 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between June 10 and June 13.
Someone drove over a flowerbed in Greenwich.
A vehicle hydroplaned off Highway 101 into a field near Berwick.
Four sheds in Kingston had their locks cut. A whipper snipper was stolen.
Some mischief was done to a sign in Lakeville asking dirt bike drivers not to trespass.
A dog was reported locked in a vehicle at a Coldbrook business at 3:37 p.m.
There was a suspicious vehicle in Glenmont.
An off-road vehicle complaint was registered in Cambridge.
A bike was stolen in Berwick and there was a theft from a vehicle in South Alton.
A gas and go took place in Coldbrook.
A North Kentville resident reported a possible break-in because the door was open. There was no sign of forced entry.
At 1:09 a.m., a Wolfville resident reported hearing yelling and a smash outside on Willow Avenue. Police are investigating a broken glass door on the same street.
At 7:42 a.m., a vehicle hit a deer near Lumsden Dam; 15 minutes later, another vehicle hit a deer in Lockhartville.
Two contractors got into a dispute in Bishopville.
An escalating neighbourhood dispute was reported in the Kingston area, followed by another dispute in New Minas over a property line.
There was a disturbance in North Kentville at 6:34 p.m. Shortly afterward, an inebriated 56-year-old man was jailed after he broke a window in a shed.
A dispute arose during a pizza delivery in Wolfville and police were contacted.
A fraudulent Kijiji sale was reported in Coldbrook.
A break-in at a Kingston residence netted thieves a gaming system.
A transient man in his 60s was given overnight lodging at a Kingston church.
At 11:36 p.m. in Wolfville, a woman in her 20s fell, but refused assistance from EHS.
A generator was stolen out of a shed in the Kingston area.
An unwanted person was found sleeping at Acadia University.
An older man was reported driving with open beer in Greenwood at 10:55 a.m.
An ongoing dispute involving some Berwick youth was reported.
Two fraudulent sales were reported. One caller noted receiving a fake PayPal confirmation.
A Sheffield Mills resident reported stolen recyclables. They intend to change their locks after an earlier theft.
A safety inspection sticker was stolen in Port Williams.
Police were called to a youth group home in the area.
An investigation is underway regarding an attempting shoplifting in Greenwood.
A prowler was reported in Berwick.
There were three domestic incidents and seven mental health issues. Two family relations calls came in, including an assault.
A total of 10 driving complaints were received.
There were collisions in Kingston and New Minas and there were also parking lot crashes in Kingston and New Minas.
One landlord/tenant issue arose and several unwanted contacts made via text or phone calls.
There were five false 911 calls and four false alarms.