Less than a day after turning himself in, Philip Pynn has been released from custody again.
Police issued a warrant for his arrest last Friday in connection with a theft from Bogarts Jewellers on Aberdeen Avenue.
In court this afternoon, Judge James Walsh released Pynn on more conditions, including a promise to pay $2,000 if he fails to comply.
It’s the second time a warrant has been issued for Pynn’s arrest since he returned to the province in December. In March he was charged with breaching conditions of his release from prison after being convicted of manslaughter.
It’s also the second time he’s turned himself in and been released the next day.
Pynn is well known to police and the public for criminal activity in the province, having spent most of his adult life in jail.