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Man wanted on provincewide warrant in N.S. arrested

Daniel Rector is pictured. (RCMP) Daniel Rector is pictured. (RCMP)
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A man who was wanted on a provincewide warrant in Nova Scotia has been arrested.

In a news release on April 11, police said 36-year-old Daniel Rector of Bible Hill, N.S., is facing charges of:

  •  careless use of firearm
  •  possession of weapon for dangerous purpose (five counts)
  •  unauthorized possession of firearm
  •  possession of firearm knowing its possession is unauthorized
  •  unauthorized possession of firearm in motor vehicle
  •  possession of prohibited or restricted firearm with ammunition
  •  tampering with serial number
  •  possession contrary to order (two counts)
  •  possession of property obtained by crime
  •  breaking and entering with intent
  •  theft (three counts)
  •  mischief
  •  failure to comply with undertaking (three counts)
  •  failure to comply with order (eleven counts)
  •  failure to attend court (two counts)
  •  public mischief (two counts)

In an update on Friday, police said Rector is being held in custody, and is set to appear in provincial court in Truro at a later date.

For more Nova Scotia news visit our dedicated provincial page.

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