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Police arrest 4 for stealing, trafficking stolen vehicle

October 4, 2011, Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) . . . Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Street Crime Unit have arrested four people with Possession of Stolen Property in Windsor Junction, Nova Scotia.

On October 3, 2011 at 7:45 p.m., members of Halifax District RCMP Street Crime Unit and front-line patrol members executed a search warrant at a residence on Eagle Point Road in Windsor Junction, Nova Scotia.  At the same time, members of the Street Crime Unit executed a search warrant at a residence Levi Hebb Road, Wileville, in Lunenburg County.  Police seized a high-end luxury vehicle that was reported stolen in Quebec.  It is believed that the parts were to be sold on internet selling sites. 
Four people are facing charges under the Criminal Code including Possession of Stolen Property for the Purpose of Trafficking (355.2 CC), Trafficking Stolen Property (355.4 CC), and Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle (333.2 CC).
A 36 year-old male and 22-year-old female from Windsor Junction will be appearing in Bridgewater Provincial Court at a later date.  Two people, a male and female, from Lunenburg County will also appear in court to answer to these charges.
Source: Release

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