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Man faces mischief charge after trying to break into a Newfoundland prison

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STEPHENVILLE, N.L. - A 32-year-old man faces a charge of mischief after trying to break into a minimum security prison in Newfoundland. Bay St. George RCMP Cpl. John Butler says police received reports Friday night that an intoxicated man was trying to climb the fence at the West Coast...
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