Man faces more charges in 11 year old Saskatchewan boy's cycling death
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Additional charges have been laid against a Saskatchewan man accused in the cycling death of an 11-year-old boy.
Gordon Morris Crain of the Muskoday First Nation already faced a count of impaired driving causing death.
RCMP say he faces four more charges that include criminal negligence causing death.
Jared Bear died Saturday night on the Muskoday reserve near Prince Albert.
Police have said the boy was bike-riding with two friends when a car veered off the highway and struck the child, who died in hospital.
The boy's mother, Raelene Adam, says Jared's death has devastated his siblings and his cousin. -CP-