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More Trouble Down At Cash Traders #Sackville Over The Weekend. One Man Charged.

RCMP charge Lower Sackville man with multiple offences , Lower Sackville, N.S.

Halifax District RCMP have laid multiple charges after responding to a break and enter in progress over the weekend.

Just before midnight on Saturday, August 23rd, Lower Sackville RCMP received a call about suspicious activity inside a pawn shop on Sackville Drive.

RCMP officers and Police Dog Services responded immediately and were able to arrest an adult male inside the business.

Twenty-six-year-old Richard Perry MacIntrye of Sackville is facing charges of Break, Enter and Theft, Possession of a Prohibited Weapon, Possession of a Weapon Dangerous to the Public, Possession of a Firearm contrary to a Prohibition Order, Breach of Probation, Mischief, and Theft under $5000. He was held in custody over the weekend and will be appearing in Dartmouth Provincial Court today. 

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Contact person:

Cpl. Greg Church
RCMP Media Relations Officer
Halifax District RCMP
Office: (902) 490-1497
Cell: (902) 830-5695

About Jeff Nielsen

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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