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Break and Enter/Robbery Charges

 

A man faces charges in connection with multiple incidents over the last
nine months in Halifax.
 
On November 14, 2011 a residential break and enter occurred on Abbey
Road. The following night there was a robbery in the 100 block of
Herring Cove Road. On August 18, 2012 there was a break and enter into a
business on St. Margaret’s Bay Road.  Two men were arrested at the
scene, charged and scheduled to appear in court later this month. On
August 23, 2012, one of the two men from the August 18 incident was
arrested in connection to the break and enter on November 14, 2011. He
was scheduled to appear in court on August 24.
 
On August 29, 2012, at 10:29 p.m., police responded to a residential
break and enter in the 100 block of Ridge Valley Road. On August 30 at
approximately 7:21 p.m. officers assigned to the HRP/RCMP Integrated
General Investigation Section arrested one of the two men from the
August 18 break and enter in connection with this incident.
Investigators were able to link that man to the two incidents in 2011
and charge him accordingly.
 
Twenty-one-year-old Michael Keltie Baldwin of Halifax faces charges of
robbery, wearing a disguise, three counts of break and enter and
multiple counts of breaching his probation. He was scheduled to appear
in court on August 31 to answer to the charges for the most recent break
and enter and the robbery from 2011.
 
Source: Release

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