By Jordan Omstead THE CANADIAN PRESS HAMILTON-The man accused of killing an Ontario Provincial Police officer had been initially denied bail in a previous case and was later granted it upon review in the months before this week’s shooting, court documents show. Randall McKenzie, 25, and Brandi Crystal Lyn Stewart-Sperry, 30, each face a charge of first-degree murder in the death of OPP Const. Grzegorz Pierzchala on Tuesday. McKenzie was denied bail in December 2021, court documents show, as he awaited trial in Hamilton on a number of charges after he allegedly assaulted three people, including a peace officer, earlier that month. He was also facing a number of related weapons charges, including carrying a handgun with a defaced serial number. But after the decision was reviewed, McKenzie was granted
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