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Lower Sackville lawyer accused of human trafficking, sexual assault, released on bail


Out on bail:

Originally posted on Metro News:

A 46-year-old man accused of human trafficking, sexual assault and prostitution-related charges has been released from custody.

Duane Alan Rhyno, a Lower Sackville lawyer, appeared in Kentville provincial court Thursday and was released on his own recognnizance and $5,000 non-cash surety.

Rhyno was arrested Sept. 30 in Greenwich and faces charges of human trafficking; financial gain from human trafficking; aiding and abetting prostitution; one count of living off the avails of prostitution and one count of sexual assault.

The alleged victim is a 26-year-old woman.

Insp. Chris MacNaughton of Kings District RCMP said the arrest followed a three-month investigation.

“We received information from the community about suspicious activity at a local hotel,” MacNaughton said on Wednesday.

Rhyno has not yet entered a plea to the charges. He is scheduled to return to court Oct. 27.

More to come.

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For people who love Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia! A lot of us lovingly call it “Sack-Vegas” which I personally find hilarious. I hope to have this column be a place for us to discuss our hometown, poke fun at ourselves (nothing too derogatory about our town though), post some old or current pics….whatever we want to do with it.


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