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Halifax man charged for intimidation of peace officers 3 different times

Wayne Misener appeared in court Thursday morning is scheduled to return to court in the afternoon. File / Global News

A Halifax man has been charged with three counts of intimidation of a justice participant stemming from incidents over the past three years.

Halifax Regional Police say 45-year-old Wayne Joseph Misener first had an interaction with a uniformed peace officer back in 2016, who was in the course of performing their duties.

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Police say Misener posted “personal and concerning information” about the peace officer and their family on social media.

The most recent incident allegedly happened on Sunday.

Police say when a different peace officer entered a business on St. Margaret’s Bay Road in Hubbards, Misener “made concerning statements about that officer,” as well as the officer involved in the 2016 interactions.

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As a result, Misener was arrested at a business in Hubbards on Wednesday at around 1:40 p.m.

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Misener appeared in court Thursday morning is scheduled to return to court in the afternoon.

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