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Second person arrested in Dartmouth robbery

Police charge second man in robbery

Investigators in the General Investigation Section of the Integrated Criminal Investigation Division have arrested a second man involved in a robbery in Dartmouth two weeks ago.

On August 6 at approximately 8:30 p.m., a 46-year-old man reported he was on a Halifax Transit bus on Pinecrest Drive in Dartmouth when he got into an argument with two other men. The victim was pushed off the bus by the men and assaulted. During the incident, the victim’s duffle bag fell to the ground and one of the suspects took his wallet which contained a quantity if cash. The victim was taken by EHS to the hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries and later released.

On August 11, while patrolling the area of Primrose Street in Dartmouth, officers observed one of the suspects from this incident. At 10:49 a.m., officers arrested 32-year-old Jonathan Ricky McIntyre of Dartmouth for assault causing bodily harm. He was taken into custody without incident and is scheduled to appear in Dartmouth Provincial Court on September 20, 2016 to face this charge.

Last night at 11:32 p.m., police arrested 23-year-old Damian Lee Cajolais outside an apartment building in the 200 block of Windmill Road in Dartmouth. He was taken into custody without incident and is scheduled to appear in Dartmouth Provincial Court today to face charges of robbery, overcoming resistance to commission of offence (choking), assault causing bodily harm and one count of breach of a probation order.

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Source: Media Release

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