The Calgary man who killed a woman outside a school in the southwest was facing several serious charges, including failure to comply with release conditions, according to court documents obtained by the Western Standard. The 42-year-old man, whose name is now protected under a publication ban, had faced months of court appearances ranging from serious criminal charges to breaching his release conditions by contacting his ex-wife and children, according to court documents obtained on Wednesday. When he appeared in court in September, he was put on another release order without conditions and paid $500 in bail. The case was adjourned until a later date.Calgary Police Service officer Kristine Vye said the killer was charged with another instance of failure to comply with release conditions in November. When this charge went to court for a bail hearing, he was placed on a release order with conditions and paid $400 in bail. The case was adjourned until a later date after only a few minutes. He was supposed to appear in court again on December 20 and warrants for his arrest were outstanding when he killed his ex-wife Tuesday.CPS was called to John Costello Catholic School in Strathcona Park around 7:30 a.m. where the ex-wife was found suffering stab wounds.Officers tried in vain to help her, but she was declared dead at the time.The killer was found dead a short time later.