A Sundre woman will soon learn her sentence for ordering her dogs to viciously attack a woman in 2012.
Rita Phillip, 59, was convicted in June 2014 in Calgary Court of Queen’s Bench. On Thursday, sentencing submissions were tendered by Crown and defence counsel. READ
It was over almost as soon as it happened, but the actions of an intoxicated man who punched a teacher and chased students at a Red Deer school was enough to unnerve some. READ
A career criminal who was shot at three times by police as he fled arrest in a stolen vehicle last April was sentenced to 30 months in prison on Friday. READ
A man who crashed a stolen car, stole the car of a Good Samaritan who had pulled over to help, and then hit and killed a dog will be sentenced later this week. READ
Suspected drug trafficker Ahmed Nur was denied his right to speak to a lawyer for 10 hours as police conducted an investigation, his lawyer told court on Thursday. READ
Formal charges have been laid against a former Innisfail pharmacist accused of stealing a massive quantity of painkillers from her employer. READ
A west Central Alberta couple has been ordered to stand trial, accused of starving their baby. READ