Man charged for drugs, breaking into cars at UNM

May 10, 2014 • State News

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — An Albuquerque man has been charged with drug possession and breaking into vehicles inside a University of New Mexico parking structure.

Court records who a criminal complaint was filed Friday against [auth] 22-year-old Santiago Duran.

The Albuquerque Journal reports ( that Duran was found with more than 15 grams of cocaine, at least a gram of heroin and 250 depressant pills.

UNM police say officers were called after Duran was spotted opening car doors.

They say he had stolen a disabled placard, a mini tire compressor and that drugs were in his backpack. He also is accused of carrying packaging materials and a digital scale.

Duran is facing charges of trafficking drugs, possession of prescription drugs and auto burglary.

He was booked into a county jail on $12,500 bail.

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