Until recently, she wasn't able to follow through, but she said this week she had finally done everything that had been asked of her. "I don't know why they're tearing down a house that there's nothing wrong.
A court document alleges Collyer was in a position of trust or authority toward the girl and used his hand to touch her body in a sexual way.A Bridgewater police chief facing sex charges involving a 17-year-old girl has elected to have the case heard in Nova Scotia Supreme Court by judge alone.John Collyer of the Bridgewater Police Service will appear in provincial court next April for a preliminary hearing.Despite living in another house for many years, Dolomont insisted she had intended to restore the Campbell Street property."It's the home my husband build for me and our three sons.
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