Lethbridge Police are investigating after a woman reported she was assaulted by an unknown male at Henderson Lake Thursday night.
Lethbridge Police currently have more than 150 bikes that have been recovered throughout the city and are encouraging anyone who has had their bike stolen within the last year to attend the station to take a look.
Recovered bikes are located in the police bike compound on the west side of the building. If you recognize your bike, please attend the front counter for further assistance. Proof of ownership will be required in order to claim a bike.
The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) is investigating an incident where a male was injured while in police custody.
Lethbridge Police have charged a 54-year-old woman with drug trafficking offences following a weekend traffic stop in a high crime area.
UPDATE: The four-year-old boy returned to Canada on August 12, 2017 and is now in the care of his father. No further details will be released.
The family is requesting privacy to ensure the well-being of the child. Media is asked to respect this request.
Previously released August 10, 2014:
If you are involved in a collision and the combined damage is more than $2,000 or there are any injuries you are required by law to file a police report. If there are injuries or you believe the other driver is impaired, call 911 immediately. If the vehicles are not driveable, call 403-328-4444.
If there are no injuries and the vehicles are driveable, exchange information with the other driver(s) - name, address, driver's license number, license plate number, vehicle registration and insurance details. Once you have exchanged information, attend the Collision Reporting Centre at the police station, 135 1 Avenue South, to complete your police report.
The hours of operation of the CRC are Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and closed on Sundays.