Edmond Christopher Staley, 69 of Bryan, Texas, was arrested on March 10 immediately after possessing a bench warrant out for his arrest considering that August on costs stemming from accusations Staley operated his apply illegally.
Staley was a veterinarian in Alamogordo until he was billed with distribution of a managed substance, forgery and training veterinary drugs without a license.
He was indicted by a grand jury in November 2020 and unsuccessful to surface at a listening to in August 2021.
A bench warrant was issued for his arrest.
On March 17, Staley’s lawyer Joel Lobo filed a movement for amended disorders of release citing Staley’s health together with his blood pressure have experienced considering that his March 10 arrest.
Staley is staying taken care of for his blood strain difficulties that have led to his toes swelling, the movement states.
The 12th Judicial Chief Deputy District Lawyer RoxeAnne Esquibel requested the movement for situations of launch to be denied.
“The defendant has no regard for authority, which include the licensing authority for his previous profession,” Esquibel’s reaction states. “The Condition had to file an injunction to prevent him practicing at the time he failed to fulfill the arrangement he had with the New Mexico Board of Veterinary Medicine.”
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Staley agreed to pass a national board exam so that he could get his license back.
Staley took the North American Veterinary Licensing Evaluation (NAVLE) in April 2019 and was granted a temporary license till he could sit for the examination.
His momentary veterinary license would be returned to the state Board of Veterinary Medication if Staley either failed or did not sit for the exam.
In June 2019, Staley applied for reinstatement and involved a duplicate of a NAVLE general performance report Staley claimed ended up his results at the time.
When the New Mexico Board of Veterinary Drugs attempted to confirm Staley’s NAVLE assessment, it uncovered that Staley experienced not handed the examination.
No hearings have been established in the scenario as of March 21.
Staley is accused of allegedly using controlled substances Ketamine, Euthanasia Solution III and/or Tramadol in his veterinary observe while he and the practice ended up unlicensed between June and September 2019.
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