Kings County crime re­port

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num­ber of peo­ple re­ceived an email mes­sage about a bo­gus photo radar speed­ing charge. She noted that the po­lice do not send emails, only those pos­ing as of­fi­cers do.

The other fre­quent fraud at­tempt came from in­di­vid­u­als claim­ing they were Cana­dian Rev­enue Agency rep­re­sen­ta­tives.

Fraud­u­lent door- to- door sales­men are also be­ing re­ported try­ing to sell res­i­den­tial alarms. Po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing, as the ven­dors are un­li­censed.

The re­port of a lost debit card on May 22 re­sulted in the ar­rest of a 22-year-old Bill­town woman. She had been cap­tured on cam­era us­ing the tap fea­ture on the card a num­ber of times. Money is­sue prompts as­sault On May 3, a 51-year-old man in Auburn was ar­rested for as­sault­ing a young man over a money is­sue.

There were 39 as­saults al­to­gether, along with two sex­ual as­sault reports. May. Po­lice are still in­ves­ti­gat­ing a break and en­ter in Cen­tre­ville on May 1, where a num­ber of items were bro­ken or miss­ing.

A Wolfville res­i­dence on Sum­mer Street was bro­ken into on May 28. The oc­cu­pant woke up at 3:40 a.m. to find the door wide open and a TV miss­ing. The same day in Green­wood, a cash reg­is­ter was stolen dur­ing a break-in at a busi­ness.

A Ber­wick busi­ness re­ported a break-in on May 31 where a cash box was stolen

A May 4 fire at a res­i­dence on Hall Road in Ayles­ford was ruled ac­ci­den­tal by the fire mar­shal.

A num­ber of wooden flyer boxes have been set on fire across Kings County re­cently in the mid­dle of the night.

Gaudet asks the pub­lic, “if you see sus­pi­cious be­hav­iour, please call 911 im­me­di­ately.”

She asks that cit­i­zens at­tempt to give a de­scrip­tion of both in­di­vid­u­als and/or ve­hi­cles that raise sus­pi­cions. Gaudet said a li­cence plate num­ber is al­ways help­ful.

Po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing a stolen ve­hi­cle that was set on fire on May 31 in Cold­brook. The ve­hi­cle had been re­ported stolen three hours ear­lier.

On May 5, a 27-year-old man racked out a bar bill of $150 at a Green­wood drink­ing es­tab­lish­ment, then walked out with­out pay­ing mid-af­ter­noon. Po­lice were able to lo­cate the male and he paid off his tab.

An­other theft oc­curred from a Cold­brook car dealer on May 8. Po­lice were able to lo­cate a 23-year-old New Mi­nas male who had stolen the tires off a ve­hi­cle on the car lot.

On May 12, a Ber­wick busi­ness re­ported the theft of a power tool set and nailer worth $650. With the aid of cam­era footage, po­lice ap­pre­hended a 43-year-old PEI man.

A dirt bike was stolen from Sh­effield Mills on May 23. The 2007 Honda CR85 is a red MX track model.

A busi­ness alarm came in at 12:40 a.m. on May 6 in Kingston. Po­lice called the key­holder and she ap­peared on scene in an ine­bri­ated con­di­tion.

A 59-year-old fe­male, who was dou­ble the le­gal im­pair­ment limit, was ar­rested for drink­ing and driv­ing.

Then, on May 7, a com­plaint of a hit and run in­ci­dent came in from a Cold­brook fast food out­let at 10 a.m. The com­plainant fol­lowed the driver and po­lice were able to lo­cate a 65-yearold Halifax driver. He had had two re­cent hit and runs and was dou­ble the im­pair­ment limit. The driver was also charged with fail­ing to stop and pos­ses­sion of pre­scrip­tion drugs.

On May 24, a driver re­fused a road­side de­mand in Gar­land. Po­lice at­tempted to ar­rest the male, but he took off. Once caught, the 56-year-old driver was non com­pli­ant and charged with re­fus­ing the breath de­mand and re­sist­ing ar­rest.

Po­lice stopped a ve­hi­cle on May 25, just be­fore 8 a.m., and the driver sped off af­ter re­fus­ing the breath de­mand. Tak­ing off on foot, the 52-year-old was even­tu­ally lo­cated and ar­rested. He was charged with hav­ing a sus­pended li­cense and no in­sur­ance.

On May 28, a man was re­ported at 6:22 a.m. passed out in the road­way on Brook­lyn Street. The 20-year-old was held un­til sober. that he could not be re­sus­ci­tated.

Po­lice re­sponded to a sin­gle ve­hi­cle mo­tor ve­hi­cle col­li­sion on May 15 on Wolfville Ridge. The ve­hi­cle, with three oc­cu­pants, had flipped and rolled into the ditch. In­ves­ti­ga­tions con­tinue.

Then, on May 20, po­lice were sum­moned to a closed dirt track in Sh­effield Mills af­ter a dirt bike driver lost con­trol. The 18-year-old driver was prac­tic­ing when he had a col­li­sion. A Life Flight he­li­copter was re­quired.

A work ve­hi­cle was pulled over dur­ing a traf­fic stop in New Mi­nas at 2: 34 a. m. on May 20. The 37-year-old driver had taken the ve­hi­cle with­out con­sent and he had a re­voked driver’s li­cence. The male was also charged with driv­ing while sus­pended and not hav­ing in­sur­ance.

Po­lice are try­ing to ap­pre­hend a driver who forced an­other driver off the road in Green­wood later the same day. A 911 caller in­di­cated that the vic­tim’s ve­hi­cle had rolled a num­ber of times. Ac­cord­ing to Gaudet, the driver at fault is known to the au­thor­i­ties.

On May 21, a ve­hi­cle flipped on its roof in North Kentville about 10:40 a.m. The 30-year-old driver told po­lice the ve­hi­cle was new and the gas pedal stuck. He was handed two tick­ets for not hav­ing a ve­hi­cle per­mit or in­sur­ance.

There were no big in­ci­dents, but al­co­hol fueled so­cial­iz­ing on Ap­ple Blos­som week­end in Wolfville.

Thirty- two tick­ets were handed out for pos­sess­ing open liquor. There were also seven mis­chief charges, one noise by­law com­plaint, one as­sault and one charge of traf­fick­ing co­caine was laid.

On May 28, a res­i­dent re­ported a male in a near by back­yard with a beer and a hand­gun about 7 p.m. Po­lice de­ter­mined the co­op­er­a­tive 20-year-old had a BB gun and was prac­tic­ing. He was is­sued a ver­bal warning. Gaudet noted that BB guns are not per­mit­ted to be shot within town lim­its and should be kept away from res­i­dences.

Po­lice were called to a fam­ily dis­pute in New Mi­nas on May 5 where a youth was out of con­trol.

He was smash­ing holes in walls and mak­ing threats.

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