Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Eighteen-Year-Old Man Granted Bail in Alleged Murder Conspiracy at High School

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Eighteen-Year-Old Man Granted Bail in Alleged Murder Conspiracy at High School

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Man granted bail in alleged murder conspiracy

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HALIFAX - An 18-year-old man has been granted bail after being charged with conspiracy to commit murder in a case where police say weapons were found near a Halifax high school.

Jonathan Murray, who is also charged with two counts of uttering threats, was granted bail on Wednesday in Nova Scotia Supreme Court by Justice Nick Scaravelli.

Chris Hansen, a spokeswoman for the Crown prosecution services, says that Murray was ordered to stay at least 100 metres away from Millwood High School in the suburb of Lower Sackville, and is banned from having weapons or possessing any drugs or alcohol.

Murray, who had been living in Dartmouth, will be on house arrest at his parents' home in a subdivision of the Hammonds Plains neighbourhood. …

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