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    Kings District RCMP is asking for the public's assistance to locate two missing girls. RCMP are asking the public to help them locate 15-year-old Briana Hope Richard and 13-year-old Alyssa Cuthbertson, who were last seen at a residence in North Kentville early yesterday morning. Police are concerned for their safety. Briana Hope Richard is described as 5'2' tall and 130 lbs. She has brown hair and brown eyes, and a tattoo of a feather on her upper chest. Alyssa Cuthbertson is described at 5'3" tall and 115lbs, with long brown hair, and recent burn marks on her cheek and wrists. Police are asking for anyone with information on where Briana Hope Richard or Alyssa Cuthbertson might be to call RCMP at (902) 490-5020 or Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. The public can also get in touch with Crime Stoppers by texting TIP202 and a message to CRIMES (274637) or by Secure Web Tips at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca.
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    Police have made several arrests following an investigation into a stabbing incident at Sackville High last week. Two male youths and one male adult have been arrested and are facing a variety of charges, including Assault, Causing a Disturbance, and Uttering Threats. They will appear in court at a later date. A 15-year-old male youth from Lower Sackville has been charged with Attempted Murder and Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose for his part in the incident. He was arrested on Sunday night without incident and appeared in court yesterday. He has been released on conditions, and is set to return to court on May 19 at 1:30 p.m. in Halifax Provincial Court. These arrests and charges are following an incident April 22 when a 19-year-old man was stabbed following an incident on a school bus outside Sackville High in Lower Sackville. The victim received serious injuries after being stabbed with a knife. The investigation is continuing and police expect to lay more charges in this matter.
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    #CopLightBling has hit half a million Youtube views! Thank you, friends. Keep watching and sharing. Let's get to 1 million! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9IYyIrGcv0
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    #TrafficTuesday – April 26 Although April is almost over, the Nova Scotia RCMP is asking motorists to continue to #SlowDown to 60km/h (or the posted speed limit, whichever is lower) and #MoveOver to the lane farthest from the stopped emergency vehicle when its emergency lights are on. Remember to turn on your signal light when there is enough space for you to change lanes. After signalling, check your blind spot one more time before moving into the other lane. Your signal light should be on early enough to give the traffic behind you time to react accordingly.
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    Congratulations! Lola Kirincich (Halifax, Nova Scotia)
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