Winnipeg Free Press - PRINT EDITION
Posted: 07/27/2013 1:00 AM | Comments: 0
The trucker charged with Monday night's fatal collision in Headingley was released on bail Friday.
Randolf Enns, 33, was released on $2,000 bail and conditions that allow him to return to his home in British Columbia.
Enns, previously identified as an Edmonton trucker, told the court his home is in Ladysmith, B.C. The trucking firm he works for is based in Edmonton.
Enns is charged with dangerous driving causing death and resisting police following the head-on collision Monday night on the Trans-Canada Highway that killed Derek Bossuyt, 21, of Winnipeg.
Enns was taken into custody after the westbound semi-trailer he was driving crossed the centre line and struck the pickup driven by Bossuyt.
His trucking career has been put on hold --one of the conditions of his release is that he is not allowed to drive. Other conditions include that he is not allowed to move from his address in Ladysmith without first obtaining permission from the court and that he is prohibited from possessing or drinking any alcohol.
Enns' next court date is Aug. 26 at 1 p.m.
Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 27, 2013 A16
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