Dartmouth Stabbing – In Dartmouth tonight, there was a stabbing that Halifax Regional Police are looking into. According to police, they were called to a complaint of an injured person at the East Coast Amusement fair at 214 Main Street in Dartmouth at around 7:27 p.m. Officers discovered an 18-year-old man with stab wounds they thought were potentially fatal. The injured person was sent to a hospital for treatment.
More details will be supplied if they become available, although the inquiry is still in its early stages. Between Main Street and Roleika Drive, Caledonia Road is completely closed to all traffic as police investigate the incident. Fighting occurred out during the same traveling fair’s visit to Dartmouth’s Alderney Landing in August 2022, forcing it to close for the evening.
Call the police at 902-490-5020 if you have any information on tonight’s event, or if you have any photos or videos from the vicinity or the fair grounds. Crime Stoppers accepts anonymous tips over the phone at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or through the P3 Tips app.
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It has been discovered that a man and a woman who were found dead in a Huddersfield home had been in touch with police in the days before their deaths. Prior to their deaths, Steven Harnett and Katie Higton had conversations with West Yorkshire Police, according to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC). The police watchdog said that a 34-year-old man detained on murder suspicion had also interacted with the force.
It promised to analyze the interaction and determine whether any other action is necessary. On Monday, Mr. Harnett, 25, and Ms. Higton, a mother of four, were discovered gravely injured at a residence in Harpe Inge, Dalton. According to an IOPC representative, West Yorkshire Police made a required report to them. The two were allegedly attacked over the course of two nights, from Sunday to Monday. According to the police, they are “continuing to pursue a wide range of active enquiries” into the matter.
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