Keshia Marie Key, 22, was released on conditions and cash bail Friday morning.
Key appeared at Moose Jaw Provincial Court for a second time regarding an aggravated assault charge.
On Dec. 3, police and EMS responded to a residence on the 500 block of MacDonald Street at around 2 a.m. A male victim was found to have been stabbed in the leg. The victim was transported to Union Hospital where he was treated and released.
After being remanded since Tuesday, Key’s bail recognizance was set at $500. The Crown was not opposed to her release on Friday, considering the release plan that was in place.
Judge Margaret Gordon granted Key’s release with conditions including that she live in an approved residence, abide by a curfew, refrain from all contact with the complainant, refrain from being within 5 metres of the complainant, refrain from consuming alcohol or illegal non-prescription drugs.
Key is only to use knives for employment purposes or as an eating utensil.
She is set appear again in January.
Before Key left the prisoner’s box of the courtroom on Friday, Gordon reminded her that all of the conditions are mandatory, and breaking them would have consequences.
“You could be spending Christmas in jail,” Gordon said.
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