Surrender date is near for those with fraud warrants

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Halifax Regional Police are holding a voluntary surrender date on April 29 for those accused of non-violent crimes, including theft and fraud.

Those who voluntarily surrender will have their arrests resolved, which means police will no longer seek to arrest them, they will instead receive a court date.

Halifax Police said it has 684 outstanding warrants on file and the goal of this surrender day is to reduce that number.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.