Saskatoon man charged in fatal e-scooter collision released with conditions

A 25-year-old was killed in a fatal collision at Warman Road and Circle Drive in Saskatoon on Saturday. (Dan Zakreski/CBC - image credit)
A 25-year-old was killed in a fatal collision at Warman Road and Circle Drive in Saskatoon on Saturday. (Dan Zakreski/CBC - image credit)

A Saskatoon man accused of killing a 25-year-old e-scooter driver in a collision last Saturday is now out of jail, with a list of specific conditions.

Wade Scott Chaboyer, 38, is charged with fleeing the scene of an accident, operating a motor vehicle while impaired, and operating a motor vehicle while having a blood alcohol concentration exceeding 80 mg of alcohol causing death.

Saskatoon police were called after the 25-year-old scooter rider was found dead on Warman Road near Circle Drive just after 3 a.m. Saturday, a previous news release from the police service said.

Investigators believe a car was travelling northbound on Warman Road when it hit the 25-year-old.

Chaboyer was arrested and charged later that day. He was released Wednesday by consent of the Crown and defence, with numerous conditions.

They include reporting to a probation officer, abiding by a curfew, not drinking any alcohol and not driving.

Chaboyer is due back in court July 17.