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Man convicted in death of Guelph's Victor Davis charged in another case

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A man convicted of leaving the scene in the 1989 hit-and-run death of Guelph native and Canadian swimming icon Victor Davis has been arraigned in Montreal on a manslaughter charge in a separate case.

Davis trained with the Region of Waterloo Swim Club.

Glen Crossley was charged in the death of Albert Arsenault, a 70-year-old father and grandfather who died after an incident at a Montreal bar last September.

The 46-year-old Crossley turned himself in on Monday after a relative told him about a warrant for his arrest.

Her served four months of a ten-month sentence in connection with Davis’ death.

Davis was 25 at the time.

He won a gold and three silver medals at the Olympics in Los Angeles in 1984.