ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A judge sets a new bond for a suspected toe biter accused of trying to bite off his ex-girlfriends toe three times.
It will now cost Daniel Anaya $100,000 cash to get out of jail after a judge set a new bond.
Prosecutors had argued he was an extreme danger to his victim, his ex-girlfriend.
The 27-year-old allegedly broke into his ex-girlfriend's apartment, tried to bite off her toe and from there cops say it got worse.
Cops say she managed to fight him off.
The victim also claims Anaya tried to pull a stunt like this on her before.
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