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Halloween Night Relatively Routine For Halifax Police

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HRPD reports that despite a very busy evening of calls for service, only one serious incident occurred overnight, near Strath Lane and Caledonia.


At approximately 9PM, a group of teens approached another group and stole their candy.


From Halifax Police:

“Three teenagers (1 female, 2 males) were approached by a group of teenagers who demanded their Halloween candy.  One of the group knocked down one of the victims and kicked her.  When the other 2 attempted to assist her they were assaulted as well (both these victims are male), by other members of the group.  Taken was a bag full of candy.  Very limited info on the responsibly parties.   Only description is the one of the group was  a black male with a bandana.  Injuries to the victims were not serious.  This matter is still under investigation.”


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