-A 28-year-old Aaron Shaun Young of New Waterford has been charged with second-degree murder and robbery with violence in the death of a prominent Nova Scotia businessman.
Jim Matthews, co-founder of a financial planning business in Halifax was found dead at in his apartment in Sydney last Tuesday.
Young is also facing firearms and robbery-related charges for two separate incidents in New Waterford last Monday.
-Police say a teenager smoking marijuana with a group of people in downtown Halifax was threatened and robbed.
The 17-year-old boy was smoking pot with some guys on South Park Street around 5 p.m. when three walked up to him and demanded he hand over his shoes, belt and money.
The suspects took off with his belongings, but they were later arrested shortly after.