RCMP charge Nova Scotia man with obtaining sexual services from youths

A Nova Scotia man is facing multiple charges after he allegedly contacted three females under the age of 18 and made arrangements to pay them for sex, the RCMP announced on Wednesday.

Police allege that the incidents took place between March and November 2018.

The Mounties say all of the incidents, except one that happened in Cape Breton, occurred in Pictou County.

Police have charged Bryden Joshua Wallace, 30, with four counts of sexual assault, four counts of sexual interference and seven counts of obtaining sexual services from a person under the age of 18.

Wallace is scheduled to return to Pictou provincial court on May 27.

The Mounties say the investigation is ongoing.

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