BB-Gun Incident, Impaired Collision on Crowsnest Trail and Drug Busts For Regional Police
LETHBRIDGE: Regional police dealt with a fight involving a B-B gun outside the College
residences about 11:20 Tuesday night. During an argument, a 20-year old man who
didn't live at the residence pulled out the pistol and pointed it at another
man. David Jamenez of the city faces assault with as weapon and possession of a
weapon dangerous to the public.
Earlier in the evening, a head-on collision on Crowsnest Trail at 30th
street at about 6:30 resulted in charges. A westbound pickup crossed the centre
line and collided with an eastbound truck. There were no major injuries, but
63-year old Laurie Twedt will be in court November 2nd to answer three-charges
for impaired and dangerous driving.
Also on Tuesday, investigations into drug trafficking resulted in two
separate arrests. Michael Robert Jabs, 26, of Lethbridge, faces two counts of trafficking and
possession, after he tried to make a deal with an undercover officer. It
involved 209-ecstasy pills, as well as 6.5 grams of MDMA and 3-grams of MDA with
a street value of $5,100.00.
In the other incident, a 26-year old city woman, Sara Cheyenne Allison, was also charged with
trafficking and possession after a Community Policing investigation into
suspicious drug activity in the 1700-block of 6th avenue north. The search of a
home turned up drugs and paraphernalia.
Posted on Wednesday, September 28, 2011 at 12/5/2013 9:43:07 AM
Source: Dori Modney -- Country 95 News