Windsor RCMP looking to identify person if interest in theft and fraud investigation

On Thursday November 1, 2018 at approximately 3 pm, an unknown white Male (Photo of Suspect in Bulletin) entered the Windsor Subway and ordered food. The previous customer left their debit card in the store’s debit card machine. The suspect male took this card and placed it into his pocket and then proceeded to pay for his order.
The male then left the store and attempted to make several purchases in the community.
If you can identify this male of interest please contact  Windsor District RCMP at: (902) 798-2207  or should you wish to remain anonymous please call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.

Man charged for serious assault in Pictou County

Man charged for serious assault in Pictou County

February 18, 2019, Linacy, Pictou County, Nova Scotia . . . On January 28, Pictou District RCMP responded to a complaint of a serious assault which occurred inside a home on Merigomish Rd. in Linacy.

A 17-year old male was found inside the home and had sustained serious head and facial injuries. He was taken to hospital by ambulance. The suspect, 23-year-old James Kirk Sim of Thorburn was later arrested for the incident and has been charged with Aggravated Assault, Uttering Threats and Assault. Sim is scheduled to appear in Pictou Provincial Court on April 8. The victim remains in hospital in Halifax with serious injuries.

The investigation is ongoing. Police file # 2019128651 refers.

Anyone with any information about this crime or any other crimes and wish to remain anonymous can call Pictou County RCMP at 902-755-4141 or Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.

Cole Harbour residents charged with trafficking methamphetamine, cocaine & possessing guns

Six adults and a youth charged in drug trafficking investigation

February 17, 2019, Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia…An investigation in Cole Harbour has resulted in drug trafficking related charges against six adults and one youth.

As part of the investigation, the RCMP/Halifax Regional Police Integrated Guns and Gangs Unit executed a search warrant at a home on Flying Cloud Dr. in Cole Harbour early Saturday morning. During the search, a large quantity of cocaine, cash, marihuana and drug paraphernalia were seized, along with a Conducted Energy Weapon and a rifle. Seven people were arrested at the Flying Cloud Dr. home without incident.

The following people have been charged with Possession of Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking, Possession of Methamphetamine for the Purpose of Trafficking and numerous firearm charges. They remain in custody and are scheduled to appear in Dartmouth Provincial Court Tuesday, February 19 at 9:30 a.m.

  • Basil Phillip Colley, 68, of Cole Harbour
  • Kristian William Colley, 19, of Cole Harbour
  • Stephanie Lynn Colley, 43, of Cole Harbour

The following people have been charged with Possession of Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking. They have been released on conditions and are scheduled to appear in Dartmouth Provincial Court on April 1 at 9:30 a.m.

  • Jayden William Brown, 19, of Lawrencetown
  • Robyn Marie Murphy, 19, of Cole Harbour
  • Robin Ronald Savoie, 19, of Cole Harbour additionally charged with Possession of Cannabis

A Cole Harbour youth has been charged with Possession of Cocaine for the Purpose of Trafficking, Possession of Methamphetamine for the Purpose of Trafficking and numerous firearm charges and held in custody to appear in Halifax Youth Court on February 19 at 9:30 a.m.

The investigation is ongoing. Police file# 19-23937 refers.

 

This is another example of how methamphetamine is making its way into the Nova Scotia drug culture. The  affects of Meth are devastating and will negatively affect many Nova Scotia families.  Anyone with any information about drug trafficking or any other crimes and wish to remain anonymous can call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.

Shots fired complaint leads to attempted murder charges in Barrington

Shots fired complaint leads to attempted murder charges

February 15, 2019, Barrington, Nova Scotia…Barrington RCMP was called at 10 a.m. on February 13 to several complaints of shots being fired in the area of Scotts Mill Rd. The investigation revealed a Barrington Passage man had suffered a minor gun shot wound and other non life-threatening injuries. The man was treated in hospital and has been released.

The RCMP Southwest Nova Major Crimes Unit is investigating. There are a number of suspects. The RCMP obtained a warrant to enter the suspect’s home, which occurred on February 14 in the afternoon. Barrington RCMP was assisted by the RCMP Emergency Response Team, Police Dog Services, and the Forensic Identification Unit. Four people have been arrested, and they are in currently in custody, facing charges of attempted murder, plus several additional charges. The suspects and victim are known to each other and police have determined this was not a random act.

Barrington RCMP is asking anyone who has information about this incident to contact them at 902-637-2325. Should you wish to remain anonymous call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.

Police file # 2019198630 refers.

Police seek public’s assistance to identify bank robbery suspect

Police seek public’s assistance to identify robbery suspect

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect in a robbery at a bank in Dartmouth on January 28.

At approximately 10:30 a.m. officers were called to a robbery that had just occurred at the Bank of Montreal located at 254 Baker Drive in Dartmouth. The man entered the location, indicated to staff that he was there to rob the bank and demanded money. The man left the bank with an undisclosed amount of cash and fled the area.

The suspect is described as a heavy set black man with an adhesive bandage aid under his left eye and another on his right hand. The man had a full beard with an earring in his left ear.  He was wearing jeans, a dark gray Under Armor ball cap and a gray hooded sweatshirt.

Investigators are asking anyone who has information on this incident or the identity of the man to call police at 902-490-5020. Anonymous tips can be sent to Crime Stoppers by calling toll-free 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submitting a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca or using the P3 Tips App.

Police file 19-14284 refers.

Windsor RCMP investigating home invasion

Windsor RCMP investigating home invasion

February 14, 2019, Garland’s Crossing, Hants County, Nova Scotia . . . On February 13 just after 10 p.m., a woman was in her home while her two children were sleeping upstairs. She heard a noise in the kitchen and when she went to see who it was, she found a man standing in her kitchen, wearing black clothing from head to toe, with dark sunglasses and a ski mask covering his face. The man demanded several times to know where another resident of the home was, and when the woman repeatedly told him that person wasn’t home, he pulled a knife out of his pocket and held it towards her. She pulled her phone out of her pocket and the man ran from the home, the same way he came in.

The RCMP was called and quickly arrived at the scene. They examined the footprints in the snow and determined the suspect left the area on foot, headed towards Hwy. 14, then got into a vehicle. No one was hurt during the incident. The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 5-foot-6 with a slim build. He had on black shoes and a black hoody and spoke with a raspy voice.

Police do not believe this was a random act. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Windsor District RCMP at 902-798-2207. Should you wish to remain anonymous call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.

Police File # 2019200790 refers.

Defibrillator stolen from Acadia University

Defibrillator stolen from Acadia University 

February 14, 2019, Wolfville, Nova Scotia . . . Kings District RCMP is asking for public assistance to solve a theft that occurred at the Beveridge Arts Centre at Acadia University. On February 8, two men were observed on security footage, taking a defibrillator from the building.

Two men were seen on camera with the device. One male has been identified however the RCMP continue to seek the public’s assistance in identifying the second male who is described as having dark skin,  wearing dark pants, black parka-style jacket, and ball cap. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Kings District RCMP at 902-679-5555. Should you wish to remain anonymous call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.

Police File # 2019184902 refers

 

 

Missing person: Help the RCMP find Wallace Harry MacLean

February 13, 2019, Merigomish, Pictou County, Nova Scotia . . . Wallace Harry MacLean, 78, was last seen on February 7 and police are concerned for his safety. MacLean is believed to have left a residence on Shore Rd. in Merigomish in his 2009 light blue Chevrolet Silverado extended cab pick-up truck bearing Nova Scotia license plate FZF084. It is not known where he was headed that day.

MacLean is described as white, 5-foot-11, and grey hair and hazel eyes, and he wears glasses. A clothing description is not available at this time. He is known to frequent coffee shops in the area.

 

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Wallace MacLean is asked to contact Pictou District RCMP at 902-755-4141. Should you wish to remain anonymous call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.

 

File # 2019188643

Graffiti left on Digby County church

February 12, 2019, Saint Alphonse, Digby County, Nova Scotia . . . Between 6 p.m. on February 8 and 8 a.m. on February 9, someone used a marker to write offensive words and draw offensive symbols on the door of a church basement. The church is located on Hwy. 1 in Saint Alphonse, Digby County.

Police checked with neighbours in the area and did not learn of any information that may help identify the person(s) responsible for the mischief. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Meteghan RCMP at 902-645-2326. Should you wish to remain anonymous call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.

Alarm system thwarts break and enter

February 7, 2019, New Minas, Nova Scotia . . . At 12:45 a.m. on February 6, New Minas RCMP responded to a Break and Enter at a veterinary clinic on Commercial St. in New Minas. Surveillance footage shows a man wearing gloves and a dark coloured hoodie using a tool to pry the door open. The man entered the building, then ran from the scene and left the area in a vehicle, headed down Commercial St. Police suspect the very loud audible alarm in the building caused him to reconsider his intentions.

Nothing was stolen and Kings District RCMP are investigating the matter. Anyone with information is asked to contact the RCMP at 902-679-5555. Should you wish to remain anonymous, call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.