The Hamilton Spectator, “Lone person charged in Locke Street vandalism spree granted bail”

The sole person charged in an anti-gentrification vandalism spree on Locke Street South has been granted bail.

This was Cedar Hopperton’s second attempt at bail after an unsuccessful bid before a justice of the peace in April.

On Monday, Superior Court Justice Harrison Arrell ruled Hopperton could be freed from the Hamilton-Wentworth Detention Centre under parental supervision.

After the hearing, lawyer Craig Bottomley said his client was “very relieved” to be out.

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