32-year-old, Evander Bennett, a car dealer of Orange Walk Town, is out on a ten thousand dollars Supreme Court bail after being charged with two counts of drug trafficking. Bennett was released on Supreme Court bail today after a successful bail application hearing before Justice Colin Williams. Bennett was represented by attorney, Oswald Twist. Williams in granting Bennett’s bail on the conditions that he does not communicate in any way with the virtual complainant or any prosecution witnesses; he is to attend court on all his adjournments set by the court; he cannot leave the jurisdiction without permission from a judge of the supreme court; and he must report to the Orange Walk Police Station, once a week. Allegations are that at 1:50 a.m. on Wednesday, April 17, police conducted a search at Bennett’s home on Gravel Lane, in Orange Walk Town where they discovered two kinds of cocaine, the first amount was 10.25 grams and the other 5.4 grams. As a result, he was arrested and charge for drug trafficking. The case was adjourned to May 27.