The manager of a childcare centre who was charged with manslaughter over the death of three-year-old boy in Cairns has been released on bail after appearing in court today. Michael Glenn Lewis, 45, discovered the boy’s body on the bus parked outside the Goodstart Early Learning Centre in Edmonton last week, more than six hours after he was picked up from his home. After finding the body Mr Lewis called triple-0, he told the operator,’ Oh my god this kid is dead. The chid was left in the bus all day. I’m so sorry buddy. I’m going to jail, this is my fault. Oh my God. My whole life is over.” A childcare worker at the centre who was also charged with manslaughter over the boy’s death appeared in court today as well. Dionne Grills, 34, was granted bail this morning and banned from contacting the victim’s family, her co-workers and the co-accused.
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