There were car crashes, tool thefts, harassment, threats, and lots of mischief last week in Annapolis County.
Annapolis District RCMP responded to 87 calls from April 24 to May 1, including 18 that were 911 related, an alarm, an alarm sounding, four false alarms, four frauds, nine mental health calls, and five uttering threats.
Police also stopped seven speeders, checked on three suspicious vehicles, responded to a vehicle break-in, dealt with six car accidents, and checked on two people others were worried about.
Following are a few of the calls for service: (Note: Due to the sensitive nature of cases concerning sexual assault, children’s welfare and mental health issues, not all calls are considered appropriate for publication.)
-- April 25 at 9 a.m. at Middleton. Police were called to a complaint of mischief where a youth had thrown a rock at his own residence. Police attended and dealt with the matter without incident. No charges were laid.
-- April 25 at 11:54 a.m. at Middleton. Police received a report of a motor vehicle collision. The complainant went to the detachment to report the accident that occurred at the intersection of Main Street and Highway 10. There were no injuries. A police report was completed.
-- April 25 at 10 p.m. at Middleton. Police received a report that a person was sending inappropriate photos of the complainant to other people on Facebook without her consent. Police determined that the photos were not of an inappropriate nature.