Blair Hinkley was released on bail with strict conditions

A Ponoka man who was arrested for an alleged assault was released on bail

Blair Hinkley was released on bail after being arrested by RCMP in Wetaskiwin on June 22.

Hinkley was released on bail recently from Ponoka Provincial Court.

Hinkley faces several court appearances to dealing with the numerous charges that have been laid as a result of different incidents.

The first court date was set for June 27 in Stettler with the list of charges including threats to cause bodily harm and failing to comply with conditions.

Another court appearance is slated for July 7 in Ponoka regarding two different incidents that include charges of assault, assault with a weapon, failing to comply with conditions, resisting a peace officer and uttering threats.

He also is facing a Nov. 29 court date in Hinton on a charge of failing to comply with conditions.

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