Halifax police set up book of condolences for slain Nova Scotia constable

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Halifax police have placed a book of condolences at their headquarters for people who want to remember Const. Catherine Campbell.

The book will be available to sign until the end of the day Monday and will then be sent to the Truro Police Department, where Campbell worked.

The Town of Truro flag is also flying at the Halifax station in Campbell’s honour.

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The 36-year-old’s body was found early Wednesday near an on-ramp to the Macdonald Bridge.

Twenty-seven-year-old Christopher Calvin Garnier was charged with second-degree murder and indecently interfering with a dead body in her death.

He appeared briefly in court Thursday and the case was put over to Sept. 30.


The Canadian Press

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