-Halifax police held a second Voluntary Surrender Initiative last weekend following the success of the first one this past spring, but it’s safe to say this time around it was a flop.
The event was offered at Captain William Spry Community Centre on Saturday to resolve any outstanding warrants for “non-violent offenses” in neutral space – and no one showed up.
The first event resolved 19 warrants from 12 different people in April of this year.
-One man is in police custody after an alleged knife assault in Dartmouth last night. Police said it happened around 9:45 on Farrell St.
The suspect was arrested nearby, and was held in custody pending a court appearance today. One man suffered minor injuries. Police said the two men are known to each other.