Local {Police Cruiser} News III

(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)

–December 13, 10:33 a.m., South Williamston. Police received a report of theft of firewood.

— December 13, 6:15 p.m., Deep Brook. A power outage resulted in teens running around with flashlights in the neighbourhood. A patrol was made but the individuals were not located.

— December 13, 8:39 p.m., Deep Brook. Stormy weather resulted in wires knocked down casuing a traffic hazard. Work crews arrived and made repairs.

— December 13, 8:53 p.m., Belleisle. The storm knocked a tree down across the highway. A motorist struck the tree and damaged the vehicle.

— December 13, 9:20 p.m., Nictaux. The storm knocked down power lines causing sparking wires. The fire department and Nova Scotia Power attended.

— December 13, 9:33 p.m., Upper Clemments. The storm knocked a tree down across the highway. Residents in the area removed the debris.

— December 13, 9:38 p.m., Middleton. The storm knocked down a tree causing it to swing across the highway. The hazard was removed.

— December 13, 9:54 p.m., Wilmot. The storm knocked down a tree across the road taking power lines with it. — December 13, 10:33 p.m., Upper Granvile. The storm knocked down a large tree across the road causing a hazard to motorists. The Department of Transportation responded quickly and cleaned up the mess.

— December 13, 10:31 p.m., Brickton. The storm knocked down a tree causing an accident involving a small truck. Lawrencetown firefighters and EHS attended. The vehicle was removed and there were no injuries.

— December 13, 10:02 p.m., Meadowvale. The storm knocked down a tree blocking the road. The Department of Transportation and NSP attended and the hazard was cleaned up.

— December 13, 11:09 p.m., Waldec. The offender monitoring centre called to advise of a possible breach. There was no violation. The problem was due to downed power and phone lines.

— December 13, 10:51 p.m., Bridgetown. Police received a report of a traffic hazard due to a downed tree blocking the road. The Department of Transportation arrived and had it removed.

— December 13, 11:29 p.m, South Farmington. The storm knocked down telephone wires across the highway.

— December 13, 10:53 p.m., Melvern Square. High winds knocked down two huge trees that took power lines with them. The Department of Transportation and Nova Scotia Power attended and the hazard was looked after.

— December 13, 10:30 p.m., Victoriavale. Severe weather knocked down power lines in the community.

— December 14, 7:02 a.m., Wilmot. A downed tree and power lines blocked the road.

— December 14, 11:19 p.m., Melvern Square. Police received a report of a power pole on fire. Kingston Volunteer Fire Department and Nova Scotia Power attended. The fire was the result of a transformer blowing.

— December 16, 6:17 p.m., Highway 1, Upper Ganville. Police, EHS, and Annapolis Royal Fire Department attended a singled-vehicle accident. The vehicle went off the road. The driver was taken to hospital with minor injuries. The vehicle was towed. Black ice was noted in the area at the time.

— December 17, 5:49 p.m., Round Hill. Police received a report of a snowblower stolen from a property.

— December 18, 8:54 a.m., South Williamston. Police received a report of a traffic hazard. A wayward horse was on the loose. The animal was located in a neighbour’s yard and successfully returned to its stall.

— December 18, 2:10 p.m., Bridgetown. A vehicle was broken into and a purse was stolen at the arena.

— December 18, 2:23 p.m., Bridgetown. A vehicle was broken into after a window was smashed. Two purses stolen. The crime also happed at the arena.

— December 18, 3:17 p.m., Lawrencetown. Police received a report of the theft of a purse, wallet, and iPhone from a vehicle at the arena. A window was smashed to gain entry.

— December 18, 9:14 p.m., Lawrencetown. Police received a report of a cow wondering through a local cemetery. It was last seen on the hill in front of the grave yard. It apparently escaped when an electric fence malfunctioned.

— December 19, 2:02 a.m., Lawrencetown. Police received a report of three or four youths setting off fire works and alarming neighbours. A patrol was made but the fireworks show had already ended.

— December 19, 12:50 p.m., Wilmot. Police received a report of a suspicious abandoned vehicle. Police contacted the owner and discovered the vehicle was parked away from the residence because of a surprise birthday party.

— December 19, 11:18 p.m., Bridgetown. A threats complaint resulted in one adult male being arrested. He appeared in court an was remanded into custody pending psychiatric evaluation.

Crimes, or information on crimes, can be reported to Annapolis RCMP at 665-4481 in Bridgetown or 825-2000 in Middleton. Information on crimes can alsobe reported to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

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