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Second Man In Connection With B&E Arrested


At approximately 1130 pm tonight February 21st, members of the Halifax Regional Police, West Division located Christian Enang Clyke inside a residence in the 0-100 block of Thornhill Dr., Halifax. The male was arrested without incident and taken into custody. Mr Clyke is being held in custody and will be attending Halifax Court on February 22nd to face numerous charges including 2 counts of attempted murder and several weapons offences.
On February 19th at 10:12 p.m, Halifax Regional Police responded to the 0-100 block of Forbes Street for a break and enter into an apartment. The victims informed officers that two men broke into the apartment, one was armed with a hand gun and confronted the occupants. The suspects chased a male occupant out of the apartment where at least two shots were fired. The suspects then fled the scene. No one was injured during the incident.
At about 12:50 am Patrol members observed a vehicle that was believed to be associated with one of the suspects in this incident. Officers attempted to check the vehicle after it went behind an apartment building in the 0-100 block of Windmill Road in Dartmouth. The lone occupant fled the scene on foot. K9 unit attended and conducted a track; however, the suspect was not located. Investigators believe this is not a random act as all the parties involved in this incident are known to one another.
A Canada-wide arrest warrant was issued for 20-year-old Christian Enang Clyke and 21-year-old Anthony Michael Leadley in relation to this investigation.
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