Halifax Regional Police charge two men after assault in Halifax
Halifax Regional Police has charged two men in relation to an assault that happened in Halifax on Sunday.
At approximately 6 p.m., police responded to a report of an assault in progress near the intersection of Dublin and Willow Street.
Police say officers located a 30-year-old man who had been assaulted.
He was taken to hospital for what police believe to be non-life threatening injuries.
According to police, the suspects fled the area before officers arrived, however, they were located and arrested a short time later.
The two men, ages 28 and 34, are scheduled to appear in Halifax Provincial Court at a later date. The pair is facing multiple charges, including:
- assault causing bodily harm
- resisting arrest
- breach of probation
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