A 22-year-old male charged in connection with an incident a where a firearm was pointed at multiple people during an out of control party last fall, has been returned to Alberta from Ontario to answer to the charges.
Lethbridge Police are investigating an incident Tuesday evening at a north side home after an occupant heard a window break and located a bullet.
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Lethbridge Police have arrested and charged three travelling criminals who came to southern Alberta with the sole purpose of committing fraud.
Lethbridge Police have concluded a suspicious person case without charges.
On June 18, 2019 police issued a media release seeking public assistance to identify a male in a vehicle who approached a 14-year-old girl near Stan Siwik Pool and invited her to lunch. Following the release, police received information and the subject was identified. The 32-year-old male was cooperative, attended the police station and admitted to having contact with the girl, but believed she was over 18.