WEB---CourtPioneer Staff

The man charged with manslaughter over the April 2012 death of Invermere man Cory Jarock was again alleged to have broken bail conditions and for the second time Judge Ron Webb found the circumstances were not sufficient to revoke his bail.

The Crown sought to have Brian Panebiancos bail revoked after he was charged with breach of recognizance in Invermere on Friday, March 22nd. Mr. Panebianco had been in custody awaiting this hearing since that date.

The 24-year-old man was released back into the custody of his stepfather, to reside at his home in Windermere under house arrest, just after he had one count of breach of parole dropped in Invermere Provincial Court on Monday, March 11th.

Judge Webb added another condition to Mr. Panebiancos bail: if his bail supervisor requires Panebianco to report to someone other than the supervisor, Panebianco be given instructions in writing.

He is to carry those instructions whenever he leaves his residence, and give a copy to his stepfather.

His next court appearance will be on June 10th in Invermere Provincial Court, where he will answer to the breach of recognizance charge, as well as the original charges of manslaughter, criminal negligence causing death, robbery, and assault causing bodily harm.

Cory Jarock was found deceased on the driveway of a home in the Tunnacliffe Heights neighbourhood of Invermere on April 3rd, 2012.