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Bail denied for ex-New Denver man

Bail has been denied to former New Denver Mountie Keith Wiens, accusing of killing his common-law wife. - Mark Brett/Penticton Western News
Bail has been denied to former New Denver Mountie Keith Wiens, accusing of killing his common-law wife.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Penticton Western News

A former New Denver Mountie accused of killing his wife will have to stay in jail awaiting trial.

Keith Wiens is alleged to have shot and killed Lynn Kalmring, 55, in their shared Penticton home. He served at the Slocan Lake RCMP detachment in the 1990s.

Read more in the Pencticton Western News.

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