Alleged stream trail attacker's bail hearing postponed

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Jonathan Kelly has agreed to wait until Dec. 6 to have a bail hearing on charges of attempted robbery, forcible confinement and breach of probation.

The bail hearing for Jonathan Kelly, the man accused of attacking a teenage girl on the Corner Brook Stream Trail last summer, has been set over until Dec. 6.

Kelly, 29, made his third appearance since being arrested Nov. 14 in provincial court Thursday afternoon.

He consented to being remanded in custody until the bail hearing.

According to the RNC, a 16-year-old girl walking alone from the Glynmill Inn Pond to Margaret Bowater Park was grabbed by a man she did not know in the middle of the afternoon on July 24. Police allege Kelly, who is charged with attempted robbery and forcible confinement, attempted to pull her into a wooded area off the heavily used trail system adjacent to the Cobb Lane and Marcelle Avenue area.

Kelly is also charged with breaching probation.

Organizations: Glynmill Inn Pond

Geographic location: Margaret Bowater Park, Marcelle Avenue

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