Calgary

Bail revoked for man accused of killing woman with car

Bail for the man charged with hitting and killing a woman with a car in the city's southeast was revoked today. He had been facing multiple fraud charges in connection to a Medicine Hat case.

Lacey Manion, who was in a relationship with the accused, died after being pinned by a car on a S.E. Calgary sidewalk

Bail for the man charged with hitting and killing a woman with a car in the city's southeast was revoked today. He had been facing multiple fraud charges in connection to a Medicine Hat case. 1:20

The man charged with hitting and killing a woman with a car in the city's southeast appeared in a Calgary courtroom today.

Kristoffer Del Campo's bail from previous charges was revoked during his brief appearance through closed circuit television. 

Lacey Manion, who died from blunt force trauma after being hit by a car, has three children. (Facebook)

Del Campo and Lacey Manion — the woman he is accused of killing — both faced multiple charges in connection to a Medicine Hat case involving identity theft and the fraudulent use of credit cards.

The two were in a relationship, according to police.

Police say they were in the same vehicle on Monday moments before Manion was pinned down by the black Chevrolet Camaro.

Manion got out of the car before it jumped the sidewalk and hit her. The mother of three children died from blunt force trauma, according to officials.

Del Campo has been charged with manslaughter, which police believe could be upgraded to second-degree murder if the investigation uncovers intent to kill.

Del Campo will be back in court on Aug. 21