Kings District RCMP kept busy with va­ri­ety of calls

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Ve­hi­cle stolen early on Feb. 2

On Feb. 2 a ve­hi­cle was re­ported stolen at 8:54 a.m. by a North Kentville driver. The owner re­ported have the only set of keys.

An in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the miss­ing 2007 gray Honda Fit was still un­der­way as of press time.

Check­ing on se­niors

A se­nior called po­lice re­port­ing tracks out­side her win­dow and thou­sands of dol­lars stuffed in a chair. The call was passed on to the Se­niors Safety Ad­vi­sor was alerted.

Ve­hi­cle fire in western Kings

Early on Feb. 4 a pickup was re­ported on fire out­side an Ayles­ford area res­i­dence. The 28-yearold Hal­i­fax-based driver was taken to Hal­i­fax for treat­ment.

Driv­ers prov­ing to be im­paired

On Feb. 11 a 911 caller in­formed po­lice about a roll over. The 47-year-old fe­male driver, who was from Monc­ton, was two and a half times over the le­gal blood al­co­hol limit at 2:45 p.m. on a Satur­day af­ter­noon.

A heav­ily im­paired driver was stopped on Brook­lyn Street on Feb. 19.

The 37-year-old man from Auburn was al­most four times the le­gal blood al­co­hol limit. He was stopped at 4:30 p.m.

There were 21 calls about im­pair­ment and four charges were laid.

Unique Wolfville calls

A prob­a­ble over­dose or case of over­con­sump­tion was called in from a party at a res­i­dence on Bay Street in Wolfville on Feb. 11.

Po­lice found a party un­der­way at 10:47 p.m. A 19-year-old Wolfville male was trans­ported to hospi­tal.

A war­rant was is­sued Feb. 24 for the ar­rest of two young women in Wolfville. A 19-year-old, who was on pro­ba­tion, and a 15-year-old were found to be grossly af­fected by al­co­hol and drugs at 1:10 p.m.

On Feb. 25 a res­i­dent of Sum­mer Street in Wolfville called po­lice at 12:38 a.m. to re­port an un­wanted male.

The in­tox­i­cated male was knock­ing on doors. When po­lice ar­rived he was ob­serv­ing car­ry­ing a large street sign down the road. The male was charged with a break-in, theft and mis­chief.

Get­ting weather savvy

There were three sig­nif­i­cant bliz­zards dur­ing the month, but only a few stranded mo­torists and col­li­sions were re­ported.

RCMP sug­gested driv­ers lis­ten to weather warn­ing and po­lice ad­vi­sories re­gard­ing road con­di­tions.

The one se­ri­ous col­li­sion oc­curred Feb. 16 on High­way 101 due to strong winds and ice on the road. The head-on crash near Water­ville sent three peo­ple to hospi­tal.

Care­ful when trav­el­ling

This is a com­mon time of year for travel and home­own­ers should pre­pare if they go away.

Do not post de­par­tures on so­cial me­dia, close cur­tains and have some­one shovel out the drive­way.

There were 14 break-ins dur­ing Fe­bru­ary.

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