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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The man who climbed a crane to get President Trump’s attention was in court Tuesday morning.

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(Source: Miami-Dade County Corrections).

A judge ordered 62-year-old Diego Tintorero a $9,000 bond.

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He’s also been placed on house arrest.

On Monday, Tontorero climbed a crane that was just north of Florida International University’s main campus, where the president was scheduled to speak later in the day.

Tontorero unfurled a banner asking Trump to release Eduardo Arocena from prison.

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This happened hours before the president arrived at the school for a speech on Venezuela.