Cunnamulla drug accused granted bail

AN ACCUSED Cunnamulla drug dealer has been granted bail on the condition she move to Queensland's south-east.

Kathleen Albertha Brown is facing 11 charges of supplying dangerous drugs and one charge of trafficking dangerous drugs.

Ms Brown was arrested in January along with 26 other people accused of being part of a south-western drug ring. She was denied bail in the Charleville Magistrates Court and has remained in custody since.

Ms Brown applied for bail in the Brisbane Supreme Court in April but called off the application as more charges were about to be laid against her.

On Friday Ms Brown was granted bail in the Supreme Court on the condition she undergo drug testing and live in Logan.

- ARM NEWSDESK


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