FILE PHOTO: Former MLB participant Octavio Dotel, who’s suspected of being concerned in a drug trafficking gang allegedly run Cesar Emilio Peralta, is launched on bail by the courtroom after being detained for 9 days in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, August 29, 2019. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – The legal professional normal’s workplace of the Dominican Republic stated on Friday that it had dropped prices towards former Main League Baseball participant Luis Castillo after the pitcher offered proof in his favor.
Castillo and fellow Dominican baseball participant Octavio Dotel have been accused earlier this month of laundering cash for what prosecutors referred to as the nation’s largest drug trafficking group. A decide dismissed cash laundering prices towards Dotel on Thursday.
“The prosecution and the judges have carried out their jobs and all the pieces has been cleared up,” Castillo advised reporters.
Reporting by Ezequiel Abiú López; writing by Julia Love; Modifying by Rosalba O’Brien