A man who was convicted of manslaughter in his young son's death in 2017 is out of prison after serving two-thirds of his sentence.
The toddler’s lifeless body was found outside Edmonton’s Good Shepherd Anglican Church in 2017.
Joey Crier and his then-girlfriend were each charged with second-degree murder in the death of 19-month-old Anthony Joseph Raine.
Crier was found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to nine and a half years in prison in August 2020.
His sentence, however, was reduced to three years because he had been assaulted in jail and had spent much of his pre-trial time segregated in protective custody.
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