Update: Kelowna man charged with 2014 murder granted bail

Ryan James Quigley, who is charged with the 2014 killing of his ex-girlfriend, has been granted bail.

A Kelowna man charged with the 2014 killing of his ex-girlfriend has been granted bail.

Ryan James Quigley, 36, is charged with second degree murder for the  March 31, 2014 death of Aimee Parkes, 35. He was granted bail under a number of conditions after a Wednesday afternoon bail review.

Crown counsel lay out their case during the review—details of which are under a publication ban— and Quigley could be seen via video wearing prison orange that he’s likely been in since his arrest, April 3, 2014.

Quigley became a person of interest in the investigation into Parkes’s death shortly after her body was discovered at her home, in Hiawatha Mobile Home park, April 1, 2014.

Quigley’s trial is scheduled to take place April 2016. It’s unclear when he will be released.

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