By Shurtz, Delon on November 16, 2019.
A man who was accused of making a rather nasty deposit at a city bank earlier this year will spend some time behind bars.
Dana White Quills and two other men were in the bank’s vestibule on Sunday when employees noticed someone had defecated and urinated in the same area. When the men refused to leave, police were called, but the men simply laughed when questioned by police, and again refused to leave, claiming first they were waiting for a cab, then claiming they were waiting for a family member.
When asked to identify himself, White Quills provided another name, which, police soon discovered, belonged to a 13-year-old boy.
As police attempted to arrest White Quills he became aggressive, struggled with the officer and attempted to kick and bite him. He was finally taken to the ground where he hit his head and had to be treated by EMS.
White Quills pleaded guilty Friday in Lethbridge provincial court to charges of breach of probation obstructing a peace officer and assaulting a peace officer to prevent arrest. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, but given credit for the equivalent of nine days spent in custody, leaving 21 days on his sentence.
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