Nelson police responded to over 50 calls over the last three days.

Nelson police arrest drunk woman in Rosemont

Local police say they arrested a drunk woman Friday evening who was screaming and knocking on random doors in Rosemont.

Local police say they arrested a drunk woman Friday evening who was screaming and knocking on random doors in Rosemont.

When officers first approached her, she ran away and continued knocking on doors for no apparent reason, Cst. David Laing said. When approached her a second time, she allegedly assaulted an officer while being arrested for causing a disturbance and being drunk in public.

Charges are pending.

Doors smashed

Two businesses in the Front and Hall Street area had their front glass doors smashed over the weekend. It was reported at 2:40 a.m. Saturday. Police are asking for tips.

The above incidents were among over 50 calls police have responded to since Thursday.

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