Steven Neville, the man accused of killing 19-year-old Doug Flynn in Paradise in 2010, has been released on bail in connection to an assault investigation.
Steven Neville, 27, was convicted of murder in 2013, but the Supreme Court of Canada overruled that conviction and ordered a new trial.
Neville is now awaiting his second trial on the murder charge, scheduled to begin in September. He was released from custody on a recognizance while awaiting trial.
On Monday, Neville was charged with one count of assault against a woman in Paradise. It’s alleged to have happened October 24, 2017. He’s also been charged with two counts of distributing an intimate image after he allegedly sent an intimate photo of that same woman to two different people.
Neville was also charged with three counts of breaching his recognizance.
After a lengthy bail hearing today, Neville was released from custody. The details heard in court are under a publication ban.
Neville is due back in court on September 5.