A woman charged with assault with a weapon following an anti-racism rally in Red Deer last September is going to trial.
Taylor Michelle McNallie, 30, of Calgary, has pleaded not guilty and will go to trial in Red Deer provincial court on Nov. 3.
Red Deer RCMP laid criminal charges after reviewing witness statements and dozens of videos collected after a Sept. 20 anti-racism rally at Rotary Recreation Park.
In the first incident, a disturbance occurred between two groups as demonstrators set up for their event, say police. The clash took place before police arrived, but resulted in assault charges against a 42-year-old Penhold man.
The second incident was caught on video and police say officers were quick to separate the two parties.
McNallie was charged in connection with that incident.
Trevor Lyle Roy, of Penhold, is facing two assault charges. He is due back in court on April 27.