Day parole continues and a hearing was ordered to determine if Steven Roe should be eligible for full parole three years after he was convicted on manslaughter.
The Parole Board of Canada decided last month that a hearing for Roe, 26, would take place.
Roe was originally convicted of second-degree murder in 2007 and sentenced to 10 years in prison for the Feb. 21, 2006, multiple stabbing of 18-year-old gas station attendant David Holditch.
Roe killed Holditch after he learned his girlfriend, Kyla Regnier, was corresponding with her ex, Holditch.
He appealed his conviction and was granted a new trail. He was found guilty of the lesser charge of manslaughter in January 2010. The sentence was five years and eight months given the amount of time Roe had already served.
Roe was granted day parole last August, which was continued in January.
Last month’s hearing revealed details of Roe’s time behind bars. He was involved in an assault on another inmate and was part of a group of inmates who set fires and damaged cells.
In October 2011, Roe was transferred to a higher level of security after it was discovered he had been using a computer with Internet for about a year. That was the last negative report about Roe from corrections staff.
A psychological assessment completed in May 2012 determined Roe is a low-to-moderate risk to re-offend.
He must follow several conditions, including reporting all sexual and non-sexual relationships with females and avoiding contact with the victim’s family.
He has been living in a halfway house in an unidentified community.