Caught dressed up like a girl

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Three Lethbridge, Alta. The officers had already been cleared of criminal wrongdoing, but Wednesday's news follows a further review of the case by the Medicine Hat Police Service. Two calls reporting a person in a stormtrooper costume carrying a firearm prompted the police response to the space-themed restaurant where the young woman was encouraging passersby to take advantage of its "May the Fourth" specials.

On May 4,the Coco Vanilla Galactic Cantina restaurant was holding a May the Fourth promotion, a pun on the movie franchise's expression, "May the force be with you.

Caught dressed up like a girl

After police arrived, the young woman dropped the toy weapon, but police said she didn't initially comply with their direction to get on the ground. With weapons drawn, police forced the woman to the ground and removed her helmet. That caused her to suffer a bloody nose, bruising and scratching, the woman's boss ly told CBC News. The takedown was caught on video that went viral, even gaining the attention of William Shatnerfamed as Captain Kirk on Star Trek. The Medicine Hat Police Service was asked by the provincial Director of Law Enforcement to do a criminal investigation into whether any of the three Lethbridge officers had breached the Alberta Police Act.

It was determined there were no grounds Caught dressed up like a girl criminal charges against the three LPS officers," a release from the Lethbridge Police Service said. Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses.

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Caught dressed up like a girl

Police takedown of woman in stormtrooper costume won't result in criminal charges. Corrections An earlier version of this story incorrectly said ASIRT determined that criminal charges were not warranted against the officers.

Caught dressed up like a girl

In fact, the Medicine Hat Police Service made that determination. Related Stories Top stories from CBC Calgary Victim of alleged child sex assault says interview with Lethbridge officer 'like a slap in the face' COVID's R-value or ability to spread is once again rising in Alberta How one Calgarian went from makeup artist to thrifter and tripled income during pandemic.

Caught dressed up like a girl

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Lethbridge, Alta., police officers who arrested teen dressed as stormtrooper cleared of misconduct