Dayhome operator accused of murder out on bail
Published Wednesday, July 24, 2013 10:52AM MDT
A woman is brought into custody in connection with the death of Mackenzy Jane Woolfsmith in May 2012. The woman was arrested July 16, 2013 with murder charges pending. ( Jim Wells/Calgary Sun/QMI Agency)
A Calgary woman charged with the second-degree murder of a child in her care has been granted bail.
Caitlin Jarosz was charged last week with murdering 21-month-old Mackenzy Woolfsmith.
MacKenzy died in May of 2012 while at a private day home in McKenzie Towne that was operated by Jarosz.
Jarosz initially told police that Mackenzy fell down the stairs at the home in the 0-100 block of Elgin Heath S.E.
The Medical Examiner’s Office determined that the cause of death was multiple blunt-force trauma and her death was deemed suspicious by police.
Jarosz was arrested and charged on July 16 and was released on bail on Wednesday with conditions.
She will be back in court on August 22, 2013.