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Man facing 32 charges related to 10 break and enters

Police say the break-ins occurred at private residences between November 23rd and December 14th
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Halifax Regional Police headquarters (HalifaxToday.ca file photo)

Halifax Regional Police have charged one man in relation to 10 break and enters.

Police say they occurred at private residences between November 23rd and December 14th.

Seven were in the Highfield Park Drive/Jospeh Young Street area of Dartmouth and three on Halifax's Tower Road.

Items taken include electronics including computers and televisions, firearms, jewlery, credit cards, vehicle keys and money.

Officers say 33-year-old Jason Allie Cole had a weapon and resisted arrest when they took him into custody at around 8 p.m. Tuesday.

He's been charged with the following:

-Eight counts each of break and enter

-Nine counts each of possession of stolen goods

-Two counts each of possession of break in tools and failure to appear 

-One counts each of:

unauthorized possession of a firearm
knowledge of unauthorized possession
possession of prohibited or restricted weapon with ammunition
possession of weapon obtained by commission of offence
possession of firearm contrary to prohibition order
breach of recognizance
break and enter stealing firearm
unsafe storage of a firearm
unlawfully in a dwelling
resisting arrest
carrying a concealed weapon

Cole will be in Dartmouth Provincial Court Thursday.




Meghan Groff

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Born in Michigan, raised in Ontario, schooled in Indiana and lives in Nova Scotia; Meghan is the editor for CityNews Halifax.
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