September 12, 2017 10:13 am

46-year-old man charged with making over 40 harassing calls to Nova Scotia RCMP

Nova Scotia RCMP have charged a man after making over 40 harassing calls to the RCMP

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Nova Scotia RCMP have charged a 46-year-old man from Port Medway, N.S. after someone made more than 40 calls to the RCMP in one day.

Police say that all of the calls were made on Sept. 8, with many being harassing or threatening.

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Officers arrested James Selig Jr. the same day the calls were made.

He’s been charged with one count of uttering threats and two counts of breach of probation.

Selig Jr. appeared in Bridgewater Provincial Court on Monday but was remanded back into custody.

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He’ll now answer to the charges on Oct. 23, as well charges related to an incident in August.

Police say their investigation is continuing and other charges may be considered.

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