Adult charged in connection with Luka Gordic’s death granted bail

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WATCH: A near-violent altercation between families and supporters of a young man who was stabbed to death in Whistler, after one of his alleged attackers was released on bail. Jill Bennett reports.

VANCOUVER – One of the people charged in the death of 19-year-old Luka Gordic has been granted bail. There were gasps and tears in the courtroom when the judge announced their decision.

Arvin Golic, 18, is charged with manslaughter. He has been in custody for a few weeks following a number of appearances to decide if he will be granted bail. As part of his bail conditions he must be under house arrest 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Outside the courthouse on Monday, following Golic being granted bail, police had to break up a fight.

A large group of Gordic’s friends and family have been at the North Vancouver courthouse for every appearance, many wearing black t-shirts bearing the hashtag #justiceforLuka.

Luka’s older brother, Milos.

During the morning break outside the courthouse a few weeks ago, Golic’s father went up to Gordic’s godfather and the two exchanged a few words before the father went back inside.

Gordic’s godfather told Global News what he said:

 ‘You know, what my son done, you know, I got nothing to do with this.’

I said ‘that doesn’t help you know.’ He knows his son, he lives with him, you know, he knows what kind of son he’s had.

All of the details surrounding the bail hearings for Golic are unable to be released to the public due to a publication ban.

Three teens were also arrested in connection with Gordic’s death, but they cannot be named due to that ban.

Two of the 17-year-olds were released on bail a few weeks ago, but the third remains in custody. The teens were released to their parents, must report to a bail supervisor and abide by a nightly curfew.

Gordic died May 17 in Whistler.

“This was a situation where a group of young people who knew each other had a dispute which turned deadly,” said Sgt. Stephanie Ashton of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team.

Friends have set up a 苏州美甲美睫培训 page in his memory.

Gordic graduated from Burnaby Central Secondary School a year ago and was studying to become a plumber.

He was the youngest of four kids and lived at home with his parents, two older brothers, one sister and the family dog.

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