Man convicted in connection with swimmer's 1989 death gets bail
Wednesday, 11 January 2017
*By The Canadian Press*
MONTREAL — A man convicted of leaving the scene in the 1989 hit-and-run death of Canadian swimming icon Victor Davis has been granted bail on a manslaughter charge in a separate case.
Glen Crossley, 46, is charged in the death of Albert Arsenault, a 70-year-old father and grandfather who passed away after an incident in a Montreal bar last September.
Crossley appeared in court today and is to be released after posting bail of $10,000.
The case resumes March 30 and... // Read Full Article
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