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Bail review under way for man charged with murder in fatal Bruce Ave fire

Jared Herrick seeking bail, but the reasons are covered under a publication ban
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Sudbury Courthouse. (File)

A bail review is under way for one of the men facing first-degree murder in the fatal April 2021 house fire on Bruce Avenue.

Jared Herrick, 36, faces three counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted murder, one count of conspiracy to commit murder, one count of arson with disregard for human life, one count of break, enter and commit an indictable offence, and one count of possession of an incendiary device.

Greater Sudbury Police Det.-Const. Marc Belanger testified on Tuesday. He was one of the lead investigators on the case. There is a publication ban preventing any evidence from being reported. The reason Herrick is seeking bail is also covered under the ban.

Also charged are Liam Stinson, Phillippe Jeannotte, Fern Bolduc and Riley Roy.

Jeannotte faces the same charges as Herrick. 

Stinson and bolduc are charged with being a party to the offence of first-degree murder, being party to attempted murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and being party to the offence of arson with disregard for human life.

The fire killed Guy Henri, 49, Jasmine Somers, 27, and Jamie Lynn Rose. Another man, David Cheff, survived by jumping out a window on the second floor.

Superior Court Justice Dan Gordon is presiding.

The review will continue March 28 at 9:30 a.m.