A Biggar man facing charges of sexual assault, sexual exploitation, making sexually explicit materials available to a child, transmit or distribute sexually explicit material to a child, and touching a child for a sexual purpose, was released on bail.
Ryan Sims appeared in North Battleford Provincial Court by CCTV from Saskatoon Correctional Centre on May 11.
He was released on no financial obligation with conditions including not going near playgrounds or where there are children. Defence lawyer Stuart Busse objected to the condition of a curfew from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. because of Sims’ job. The court didn’t impose a curfew.
North Battleford Crown Prosecutor Loren Klein told the court the Crown is proceeding by way of indictment.
Sims is due back in court July 7 to enter an election and plea.
The charges against Sims haven't been proven in court.