Sex abuse charges stayed against man whose wife ran dayhome in Calgary

Charges have been stayed in the case of a Calgary man accused of sexually abusing a young boy in a day home his wife ran.

CALGARY — Charges have been stayed in the case of a Calgary man accused of sexually abusing a young boy in a day home his wife ran.

Miles Clark was 51 when he was arrested and charged with sexual interference in February.

His case was supposed to go to a preliminary inquiry on Tuesday, but instead the prosecution filed a stay.

A stay happens when there is not a reasonable likelihood of the case ending with a conviction.

The Crown has one year to re-open such a case.