John Elvis Jones, 25, was told by a judge earlier this month that he was required to enter a plea at his next appearance, but failed to show up to court on Thursday (Feb. 22).
Arrest Warranted Issued for Lethbridge Man Who Attempted to Run from Police
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Lethbridge Getting Major Provincial Supports to Help Battle Ongoing Opioid Crisis
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