Accused robber’s trial rescheduled

The trial for a man accused of an armed robbery in Red Deer last March 18 has been rescheduled to Nov. 21.

The trial for a man accused of an armed robbery in Red Deer last March 18 has been rescheduled to Nov. 21.

Louis McLeod, 35 at the time of the alleged offence, was scheduled for trial in Red Deer provincial court on Feb. 29.

It was postponed because defence counsel Paul Morigeau had not received a copy of the evidence against his client, a compact disc containing the audio from McLeod’s 112-page statement to police.

McLeod is accused of an armed robbery at Loonie Lane, located on Gaetz Avenue in the city centre.

Police said a lone man entered the store and demanded cash. He fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of money.

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