10-year-old boy killed, brother injured after being hit by car in Lethbridge

Posted April 13, 2020 11:31 pm Updated April 14, 2020 10:06 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Police say a 10-year-old boy died and his brother was injured after being hit…

Alberta man possibly exposed to COVID-19 charged after coughing in officer’s face: police

Police in Lethbridge have charged a 27-year-old man after they allege he coughed in an officer’s face in an attempt to expose him to COVID-19. According to the Lethbridge Police Service, officers were called to a northside home at around…

Lethbridge police investigate discovery of 2 live mortar rounds

Police are investigating after two live mortar rounds were discovered in downtown Lethbridge on Saturday. The first was discovered in a garbage can near the front door of the supervised consumption site (SCS) on 1 Avenue S. “Police were subsequently…

Lethbridge police seek suspect vehicle after paintballs fired at supervised consumption site

Police are investigating an assault with a weapon after paintballs were fired at several people outside of Lethbridge’s supervised consumption site early Saturday morning. Lethbridge police said it happened just after midnight on Aug. 24. In a news release issued…

Elderly woman who was attacked in Lethbridge home back in hospital

A 75-year-old woman who was attacked in her Lethbridge home earlier this month is back in hospital, according to family members. The victim’s family revealed the development as the man charged in connection with the attack made a brief, in-person…

ASIRT investigating altercation involving Lethbridge police officer caught on video

Lethbridge police say the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) is now investigating the actions of one of their officers, whose takedown of another man was captured on video and shared via social media. The altercation happened early Saturday when…

Lethbridge police address video of officer takedown shared over social media

Police in Lethbridge are urging the public not to jump to conclusions after a video showing an officer takedown was shared on social media. A bystander captured the dramatic scene on video that was since posted to Instagram. Since Monday,…