Jasmine Pittman was released from custody on a number of conditions when she appeared in Stephenville Provincial Court on Monday afternoon.
Jasmine Pittman was released from custody on a number of conditions after appearing in Stephenville Provincial Court on Monday.
Police charged the 20-year-old Stephenville woman with break and enter with intent to commit an indictable offence. It was in relation to a Saturday morning incident at Felix Cove, but police have stressed that Pittman did not fire a weapon that resulted in the fatal shooting of a man.
Judge Wayne Gorman released Pittman on a number of conditions and a promise to return to court June 9. She has been released into the custody of her father and ordered to remain in his home in Kippens.
Pittman is not to have contact with three people in particular and is not to be in the area of the home in Felix Cove where the alleged offence occurred. She was also ordered to not consume alcoholic beverages or narcotics, to not possess firearms, to present at the door of her father’s home when requested by police and to report to the police detachment twice a week.
RCMP Cpl. John Butler said officers responded to a call for assistance at the Felix Cove residence during the early morning hours of Saturday.
Upon arrival, officers were advised that a confrontation took place in which weapons were used and resulted in the death of a man.
According to the courts, the Felix Cove home is registered to Bill Ogden, but police are not saying whether he was involved in the Saturday morning incident.
The RCMP would also not comment on the identity or age of the deceased or whether or not any other weapons were involved.
The investigation into the matter is ongoing, but police say there are no public safety concerns at this time.
Bay St. George RCMP have charged 20-year-old Jasmine Pittman of Stephenville with break and enter with intent to commit an indictable offence in relation to Saturday morning shooting incident at Felix Cove.
Cpl. John Butler of the Stephenville RCMP detachment said members of the detachment had responded to a call for assistance at a residence in Felix Cove where a male was shot. Upon arrival, police were advised that a confrontation took place where weapons were used which resulted in the fatal shooting of a male.
He said Pittman did not fire the weapon.
Pittman has a court appearance at 1:30 p.m. today at the Stephenville Provincial Court and an investigation in the matter is continuing.
Police advise that there are no public safety concerns at this time.