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Man facing more than 30 charges after crime spree

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A 23-year-old man faces 31 charges following a three-month crime spree involving commercial robberies, the theft and attempt theft of several vehicles and licence plates.

The incidents are alleged to have occurred between January and March.

After an investigation, Michael Fox was arrested and charged with numerous offences, including robbery with a weapon, disguise with intent, possession of a firearm, theft of $5,000 and assault causing bodily harm.

Police say at the time of his arrest, the suspect had a quantity of marijuana and other drug paraphernalia.

 

 

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