Lethbridge Police Lay Aggravated Assault Charge after Northside Stabbing

Lethbridge, Alberta – Lethbridge Police have charged three people in relation to a stabbing that occurred in the early morning hours of October 15.


At approximately 6:15 am police attended the Chinook Regional Hospital after a male was being treated for a stab wound to his chest. Upon speaking with the male it was learned he and his girlfriend had been involved in an argument with a group of people over property and money while visiting a north side residence. The argument turned to violence when three people wielding a bat, hatchet, and knife, attacked the male and female. The male was struck with the bat and stabbed in the chest; the female was struck with the bat. All parties left the area and the male victim attended hospital a short time later after realizing he had been injured.

Police identified the three subjects involved and two were arrested later the same day, while a warrant was requested for the third person.

The male victim sustained a non-life threatening puncture wound to his chest requiring surgery. The female sustained bruising and swelling to her hand.

Police have charged the following people in relation to the attack:

Brett Alan Anderson, 20yrs old, of Lethbridge, was charged with assault with a weapon. Anderson was released to appear in Lethbridge Court November 1.

Serina Justine Nooitgedagt, 22yrs old, of Lethbridge, was charged with two counts of assault with a weapon. Nooitgedagt was released to appear in Lethbridge Court November 1.

Neil Joseph Schuler, 20yrs old, of Lethbridge, was charged with aggravated assault and assault with a weapon. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.

Lethbridge Police Service