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Man arrested for Christ Church crimes

CAROL MARTINDALE, carolmartindale@nationnews.com

Added 13 October 2012

Detectives attached to the Hastings Police Station have solved a spate of crime in that area. Dennis Anderson Holder, 44 years of St Matthias Housing Area, Christ Church has been arrested and charged for a number of offences, including seven counts of burglary; six counts of robbery; three counts of theft (from the person/snatchings); one count of assault with intent to rob; possession of cocaine; trafficking and possession with intent to supply. Police said these crimes were committed between March and October this year, in the areas of Hastings to Dover, Christ Church. Holder is to appear at the District A Magistrate Court today. (CM/PR)


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