With a bond of only $800 pesos (USD$45), a judge in Valladolid has released an accused drug dealer captured with 350 bags of cocaine, 115 bags of crack, 30 bags of crystal meth and a substantial amount of marijuana.
The accused drug dealer, Julian Cimé Hau, alias “El Koala,” was scheduled to face a preliminary hearing Friday Nov. 20 in Valladolid on charges of crimes against health by virtue of drug dealing and possession with intent to distribute.
Judge Manuel Jesús Soberanis Ramirez released Cimé Hau with the condition that he not leave Yucatan.
Police consider Cimé Hau to be a drug “mini-baron” in the eastern region of Yucatan.
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