There were 116 reports made to RCMP in Kings County Aug. 11–15.
Two men got into a fight at a fast food outlet in New Minas. One was jailed.
A dog reportedly barked all night in Greenwood.
A seven-day driving suspension was handed out on Highway 101 near Greenwich.
A suspicious person was reported in Hall’s Harbour.
There was a gas and go in Aldershot.
Youth were trespassing, causing a neighbourhood dispute in Port Williams.
There was a disturbance in Wolfville at 2:50 p.m.
Some jewelry was stolen from a New Minas store.
Youth were reported prowling around a house in Tremont.
An unlocked vehicle was rifled through in North Kentville.
There was another medical emergency.
A 1998 pick-up truck was stolen from North Kentville. The keys were left in it and there was half a tank of gas.
Some youth lit a bonfire in woods behind a house in Greenwood at 11:54 p.m.
A Kingston resident reported finding a dead rabbit in the back yard.
Someone breached conditions by trespassing in Bishopville.
An individual was reported looking into cars in a parking lot in North Kentville.
A complaint about two rowdy dogs was lodged from the Highbury area of New Minas.
An unwanted male in Wolfville at 1 p.m. was in breach of a protection of property order.
Three callers protested the use of off-road vehicles on Lincoln Street in Kingston.
Vandals were reported at the skate park in Wolfville, but no damage was evident.
Police are investigating an incident involving a vehicle and a crowbar in Medford.
A dog was reported in a car on Main Street in Wolfville and the owner was warned.
A gas can was stolen out of an unlocked shed in New Minas. The empty can was located later.
Youth were reported causing a disturbance outside a Greenwood business at 10:52 p.m. They were gone when police arrived.
At 4:45 a.m., police responded to the report of an ATV on Central Avenue in Greenwood.
Two roommates got into a fracas in New Minas.
A construction firm contacted police after there was speeding around a work site on Highway 101, near Avonport.
There was a disturbance at a New Minas home at 9:39 a.m.
An investigation is underway after a fraud report in Cambridge.
Four youth in the Lake Paul area found an abandoned, stolen pick-up truck. They took it for a spin, were reported and got arrested. No charges are likely.
A man was arrested in New Minas after he tried to steal diapers and Gatorade.
Concern was reported about a hitchhiker on the road at exit 13 near North Alton.
Two men were arrested in Greenwood after cheese and meat were stolen. A 52-year-old man faces charges.
The new park in Tremont has been hit by vandals again.
A rock went through a window in the Kingston area, but a lawn mower might have been responsible.
Tickets were handed out for speeding and not having insurance.
A computer repair technician reported finding some disturbing images on a machine.
A break-in was reported in New Minas, but it turned out to be a departing roommate.
Police are looking into the third report about a door-to-door salesman selling personal alarms in Hants Border.
A 19-year-old woman was stopped while shoplifting in New Minas and presented with a Protection of Property Act ban. Later, a 38-year-old man was caught in the same act.
A Wolfville resident notified police of some identity theft related to a credit card that was used twice for cash transfers.
A small dog was reported crying in a vehicle in New Minas.
The theft of some tools from New Minas is being investigated.
A laptop was stolen from a house in Kingston.
A dog barking and noise near the front door signaled a prowler in Kingston at 2 a.m.
A total of nine domestic incidents were reported. A 25-year-old man was arrested for assault and property damage.
Two family relations issues arose and eight mental health calls came in. An elderly woman called police at 12:39 a.m. saying a break-in was in progress. There was no break-in, however; the woman has dementia.
There were three reports of threats – one in Canning, another on Facebook and some made in public in Aylesford.
Eight driving complaints were received. Police stopped a vehicle and found two beers and suspected illegal drug use. Two males were arrested, but ‘all there was was smoke’.
Three Volkswagens were reported stunting on Highway 101 near Wolfville. One tired driver was cautioned.
Checkpoints were set up in Coldbrook, Millville and English Mountain Road. Collisions took place in Lakeville, Greenwich and Sheffield Mills. There was a parking lot crash in New Minas and a hit and run in a Coldbrook parking lot.
There were four false 911 calls and one false alarm.