18-year-old arrested after cash demanded from 2 people in Dartmouth – Halifax

Halifax Regional Police said they received a call Saturday evening about three people fighting on the street in 30-40 block of Woodlawn Road in Dartmouth.

Police said when officers arrived all three were located. After investigating the incident, officers learned that a man and a woman were walking on Woodland Avenue and were approached by another person.

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“The suspect asked for a cigarette and when he was told by the man and woman they didn’t have one he demanded cash from them,” police said in a news release.

The man and woman did not give the man cash and started to walk away.

Robbery at Halifax device repair shop caught on camera

Robbery at Halifax device repair shop caught on camera

Police said the man then slapped and punched the other male in the back of the head.

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According to authorities, the suspect was arrested without incident and will be appearing in Dartmouth provincial court to face two counts of robbery.

Police said the man and woman were not injured during the incident.

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Man facing murder charge over death of 18-year-old girlfriend in Maitland tells court ‘I’m a murderer’

A 20-year-old man has told a Newcastle court “I’m a murderer” during his first appearance after being charged over the death of his girlfriend.

Jordan Brodie Miller was arrested about 1:30am yesterday after 18-year-old Emerald Wardle was found dead inside a home near Maitland in the New South Wales Hunter Valley.

He was charged with murder and appeared via audiovisual link in Newcastle bail court today.

While a suppression order was being argued, Mr Miller interrupted and said: “I’m a murderer, I’m a murderer.”

When told to stop speaking by his solicitor and the registrar, Mr Miller continued talking and the link was disconnected.

Mr Miller has been ordered to undergo a physical and psychological assessment.

No application for bail was made and it was formally refused.

The matter has been adjourned to Maitland Local Court on Wednesday.

The house in Metford where a woman was found dead early Saturday.(ABC News)

Police attended the home of the pair on Galway Crescent in Metford on Saturday morning and spoke to Mr Miller in the front yard.

After what police described as a “short scuffle”, Mr Miller was arrested.

The body of Ms Wardle was found in the home.

Police have not yet confirmed the cause of death.

A neighbour described Ms Wardle as “a lovely girl” from the “small, loving, quiet neighbourhood”.

Local police said domestic violence did not discriminate on age.

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Man in custody after woman’s body found near Maitland

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