Calgary

Day home operater accused of toddler's murder gets bail

A Calgary day home operator charged with second-degree murder in the death of a toddler has been granted bail.

Caitlin Jarosz to be tried for 2nd-degree murder of 21-month-old MacKenzy Woolfsmith

A Calgary day home operator charged with second-degree murder in the death of a toddler has been granted bail.      

Caitlin Jarosz was arrested last week in connection to the death of MacKenzy Woolfsmith.       

Caitlin Jarosz, the day home operator accused of killing toddler Mackenzy Woolfsmith last year, has been released on bail. (Woolfsmith family)

The toddler died in May of 2012 after she was injured at a private day home operated by Jarosz in southeast Calgary.

The medical examiner said the child suffered from multiple blunt force trauma.

As part of her release conditions, Jarosz must stay away from children under the age of 14 unless she is with another adult — including her own child. 

Jarosz will be back in court in August.