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A man accused of smuggling cocaine into the country may answer, the judge says.

Justice of the peace ruled on Tuesday that a man accused of smuggling cocaine into the country may respond.

Antonio Bayeux is expected to testify and summon one witness in his defense as his trial continues in front of Justice of the Peace Samuel McKinney on May 16.

Police found a £ 23 cocaine with a wholesale price of $ 140,000 hidden in a backpack while searching for cargo at the air cargo terminal at Linden Pindling International Airport on March 11, 2020. Did.

The drug detection dog warned the handler about the cargo entrusted to Bayeux. During a subsequent search, police found cocaine hidden in the fake bottom of the backpack.

Police did not arrest until June 2021, when Bayeux came to file a complaint with the Criminal Investigation Bureau.

Despite being awarded $ 20,000 for a plot to own cocaine for supply, a plot to import cocaine, and possession of cocaine for supply and import, Bayeux The brace is unsigned and remains behind the bar.

https://thenassauguardian.com/man-accused-of-smuggling-cocaine-into-country-has-a-case-to-answer-judge-says/ A man accused of smuggling cocaine into the country may answer, the judge says.

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