By Lethbridge Herald on July 31, 2021.
One of several men charged following a violent attack at a westside residence last year is expected to enter a plea and decide whether he would like to be tried by jury, or judge alone, when he returns to court on Sept. 17. Lethbridge lawyer Ingrid Hess briefly appeared on behalf of her client, Hunter Ferdinand Nolte, in Lethbridge provincial court on Friday. Nolte, 34, was charged with aggravated assault and disguised with intent after he and four other men were arrested several weeks after an assault at the westside home. Police were called to an early-morning disturbance Sept. 25 at a trailer park in the 2700 block of Westside Drive West. Police found a 40-year-old man suffering from serious, life-threatening injuries. The investigation revealed the incident was targeted, and the victim and suspects were known to each other. Nolan Shade, 24, Lucas Lycar, 30, Cory Amyotte, 33, and Jesse Davidson, 26, were also charged in connection with the assault.
-With files from Delon Shurtz
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