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Alberta hockey volunteer charged with sex offences back in court in May

An Alberta Provincial courthouse is pictured in Didsbury, Alta., Monday, April 22, 2024. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

DIDSBURY, ALBERTA, CANADA — The case of an Alberta hockey association volunteer charged with sex offences against four teens has been put over to next month.

Alexa Suitor, 32, has been charged with sexual interference, sexual assault and four counts of making sexually explicit material available to a child.

Her defence lawyer asked for the case to be put over until May 27 while waiting for the Crown to disclose evidence.

RCMP said they began investigating after receiving a complaint in late March involving a person with the Sundre Minor Hockey Association in central Alberta.

Police would not say whether the male complainants were hockey players but have said the alleged offences did not occur at the local arena.

Suitor was the association's secretary for this year's hockey season but was removed from the organization's board.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 22, 2024.

The Canadian Press

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