BPMS workers get bail for drug trafficking Print E-mail
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Thursday, 20 July 2017 00:00

Two mail couriers for BPMS were busted with 25 pounds of weed just outside Orange Walk on Wednesday, July 12, 2017. The weed, which was in a large rectangular box inside the cargo truck, was, according to police, property of Garcia and Hernandez and not a package that was innocently being delivered.

The duo was charged for drug trafficking and were initially denied bail in the Orange Walk Magistrate’s Court. Luckily for the men, they have been granted bail in the Supreme Court before Justice Denis Hanomansingh in the sum of $5,000.00 each which they were both able to meet. They were both represented by attorney Oscar Selgado.

As part of their bail, they were ordered to report to the Corozal Police Station every Friday and to attend the Orange Walk Magistrate’s Court.