A Huntsville man charged with second-degree murder is out of jail. Charles Hayhoe had a bail hearing in Bracebridge this week, where he was released with unspecified bail conditions. He was also released into the hands of three sureties, which are people who will take responsibility for him.
The 43-year-old was charged with second-degree murder after an alleged assault on 45-year-old Michel Earl in April. Earl died from his injuries related to the Aspdin Road assault.
This is the second bail hearing for Hayhoe, he was denied release the first time because of the severity of the charges.
Hayhoe will be back in court in March.