September 8, 2016 3:16 pm
Updated: September 8, 2016 7:47 pm

Regina man charged with impaired driving in death of Tanner Kaufmann given bail

Tanner Kaufmann, 37, with dog Macy. Kaufmann died in a two-vehicle collision north of Regina on Sept. 4.

Alyscia Kaufmann

A Regina man accused of impaired driving after a fatal crash killed Tanner Kaufmann has been released on bail.

Colby Heid, 19, was released on a $500 bond following a bail hearing Thursday morning.

Heid is charged with one count of impaired driving causing death after Kaufmann, 37, died when an alleged drunk driver collided with his parked truck on a rural road north of Regina on Sept. 4

Heid is subject to a number of conditions, including curfew from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m., and a driving and alcohol ban. He also must submit to breath tests when requested, stay within 50 kilometres of an approved residence and seek alcohol counselling.

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According to friends and family, Kaufmann was out on the Pasqua Street extension grid road Sunday evening to train his five-month-old German short-haired pointer named Macy. The dog also died in the collision.

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David Limacher, Kaufmann’s longtime friend, believes Kaufmann was outside the truck when the collision happened.

With files from David Baxter

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