May 30, 2013 7:05 pm

Three Alberta women charged in fight at children’s hockey game

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Global News/File

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. – Police in southern Alberta have charged three women after a fight at a children’s hockey game earlier this year.

A police news release says officers were called to the Adams Ice Arena in Lethbridge in February about a disturbance involving several spectators.

A verbal exchange about obscene language being used around the youngsters led to one woman punching another, pulling her hair out and throwing her to the ground.

A third woman then kicked the victim.

Thirty-four-year-old Tania Lenni Day Chief, 54-year-old Theda Day Chief – both of Standoff, Alta. – and Tamara Margaret Day Chief, 24, of Glenwood, Alta., each face one count of assault.

They are to appear in court June 19.

© 2013 The Canadian Press

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