April 4, 2013 9:35 am

Accused killer no longer facing child porn charges

CALGARY – One of three people charged with the murder of Calgary father Ryan Lane is no longer facing additional child pornography charges.

A judge has stayed the child pornography charges against 38-year-old Will Rempel, after he agreed to a peace bond.

Rempel is currently being held at the Calgary Remand Centre, and will no longer be allowed access to a computer as part of the conditions of his peace bond.

Will Rempel, his brother Tim Rempel and Tim’s wife Sheena Cuthill Rempel are all charged with first-degree murder in the death of Ryan Lane.

Police have said they believe Lane’s death was motivated by a custody dispute between Lane and Sheena.

All three of accused have a pre-preliminary inquiry on the murder charges next week.

- With files from Nancy Hixt and the Calgary Herald

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