BRITISH COLUMBIA

Arvin Golic, Suspect In Luka Gordic's Stabbing Death, Granted Bail

06/15/2015 02:12 EDT | Updated 06/15/2016 05:59 EDT
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NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. - The oldest of four teenagers accused in the stabbing death of another young man in Whistler, B.C., has been granted bail.

Eighteen-year-old Arvin Golic was released from custody after an appearance in provincial court Monday and is under house arrest.

Golic was charged with manslaughter along with three other underage male suspects who can't be named after 19-year-old Luka Gordic was killed in May.

Two of the other suspects have also been released on bail, and the third is being kept in custody.

There were some emotional outbursts as Golic left court on Monday, including yelling and crying from the victim's family.

Investigators have said the suspects all know each other from the Vancouver area. (CKNW, News 1130)

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