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Police charge two in connection with Honkers break-in

By Herald on December 4, 2020.

Photo courtesy Honkers Honkers Pub & Eatery was the scene of an ATM theft as police say a truck was used to break into the northside restaurant Sunday.

Lethbridge Herald

Lethbridge police have charged two men in connection with a break-in last Sunday at Honkers Pub & Eatery.
The break-in occurred Sunday morning when a small truck was driven through the front window of the northside restaurant where police say two men exited the truck, stole an ATM inside the business and proceeded to drive away.
On Thursday members of the Lethbridge Police Service Priority Crimes Unit executed a search warrant on a residence in the 2700 block of 7 Ave. N. As a result of that search warrant, evidence connecting two men to the Honkers break-in was located and seized.
Police say Travis Robert Taylor, 30, of Lethbridge, has been charged with break and enter, breach of undertaking and mischief to property. He was arrested when police executed the search warrant and is being held in custody while awaiting a Judicial Interim Release hearing.
Travis Roy Priest, 31, of Lethbridge, is charged with break and enter and possession of a controlled substance. At the time of this release Priest’s whereabouts were unknown and a warrant is out for his arrest.

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Travis Priest and his late father also caused $300,000 damage to a City electrical substation earlier this year… not only is he a useless criminal, he must be a moron to steal an ATM that has GPS attached to it… and I’m guessing an ATM in a pub was near empty after a Friday and Saturday night 😂