There 175 reports made to RCMP in Kings County between Aug. 1 and 6.
A case of harassing phone calls came in from Lakeville at 3 p.m.
Four vehicles piled up in Cambridge at 5 p.m.
There was a neighbourhood dispute in New Minas.
ATVs were reported on the road in Canning.
An inebriated man was reported in Aldershot at 3 a.m. Police determined he was fine.
A vehicle hit a pole in Hall’s Harbour.
A suspicious vehicle was driving up and down in Brow Mountain.
Stolen construction materials were reported from a house underway on Victoria Road in Nicholsville.
At 10 a.m., two males were reported at the Cornwallis Crossing playing in a field with an electronic device.
A wasp caused a driver to go into the ditch in Morristown, resulting in $2,000 damage to his vehicle.
A homeless woman was reported for playing her guitar near the road and yelling.
A man was reported at 4:30 p.m. for riding a mini bike on Lincoln Street in Kingston while drinking a beer.
A dispute arose in a New Minas parking lot after a shopping cart hit a parked car at 11:30 p.m.
A suspicious tent was reported on the South Bishop Road in Coldbrook.
Some money was reported missing from a house in New Minas.
Garbage was being burned illegally on Governor Court in North Kentville at 9:45 p.m.
Two suspicious males were skateboarding in Kingston at 4 a.m.
Someone with a flashlight was reported on Pine Court Drive in Coldbrook at 4:53 a.m.
Change was stolen from a vehicle overnight on Campbell Road in North Kentville.
Police were called after a displeased hairdressing salon customer in Greenwood wanted a refund.
Youth were reported with firecrackers at 2 p.m. at the Greenwood Mall.
Someone broke into a house on Deep Hollow Road and stole electronics. The occupants were moving at the time.
There was a noise complaint at 6 p.m. from Bay Street in Wolfville.
An impaired driver was stopped in Kingston at 2 p.m.
After a report of two near misses at 8 p.m., police stopped a vehicle on Highway 221 and the driver was arrested for dangerous driving. He was impaired and had possession of both alcohol and illegal drugs.
There was a dispute in Cambridge.
Some possible drinking was reported in a vehicle in Greenwood.
An old boyfriend in Wolfville reported receiving threats from a new boyfriend.
A couple eating out in New Minas reported a woman who acted strangely at the same restaurant.
A customer, unfamiliar with his credit card details, was reported by a farm market. He turned out to have a new card.
Some insecure vehicles were reported at a car lot.
A motorcycle driver swerved to miss a dog in Cambridge and wound up with a hurt limb.
Police stopped a vehicle on Highway 101 near Aylesford and found it was not insured or inspected.
A group of seven or eight youth in Greenwood got up to mischief at 10 p.m. They were observed tossing lawn chairs and solar lights into a ditch on Argus Drive.
An attempted break-in was reported on Campbell Road in North Kentville.
A suspicious man was noted wearing a black hoodie outside a Coldbrook restaurant. He turned out to be awaiting a ride.
Unwanted guests were reported at 9:30 a.m. in Kingston.
A child welfare concern came in from Greenwood.
Small children were reported on Mee Road in North Kentville at 11:30 a.m.
A driver lost control of a vehicle at Starr’s Point and crashed. A ticket was issued.
A child welfare concern about in appropriate discipline was reported regarding some visitors to the area.
A suspicious man in a toque was spotted on Rand Road in Cambridge.
A noise complaint at 4 a.m. turned out to be a medical emergency.
At 7:48 a.m., a homeless woman was found sleeping on the Acadia University campus.
Five domestics incidents were noted. Three concerned the retrieval of personal property.
Police received five mental health calls.
A total of nine family relations calls were reported, including one at a campground. One was a custody battle over which parent would keep a five-year-old’s bike.
Three landlord/tenant issues arose in Kingston, Burlington and Wolfville.
There were 13 driving complaints, including racing vehicles in Greenwood. Collisions took place in South Berwick, two in Cambridge, Black Rock, Aylesford and Wolfville. One vehicle rolled into another vehicle in a New Minas parking lot and there was a parking lot crash in Berwick as well. Two tickets were handed out for texting. Check stops were set up in Greenwich, Kingston, New Minas, North Kentville, Auburn, Aylesford, two in Greenwood and three in Wolfville.
There were three different reports of missing children, aged 17, 13 and nine, but they all returned home eventually.
Two reports of telephone threats were received, along with three Facebook issues.
There were seven false alarms, including a CO2 battery that went off. Three false 911 calls came in.