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Dec 6, 2010

Items from bust at Pinks Alley the property of Belize’s CLICO Branch

Remember that huge bust at Pinks Alley on November twenty-fourth when police discovered a cache of computers and electronics that were believed to be stolen? Well, the cops’ suspicions were confirmed late last week when a report was made that the now defunct CLICO Bahamas Office on North Park Street was burglarized in November. The report came from a senior accountant of Baker Tilly Hulse, which is owned by Mark Hulse, the appointed Judicial Manager for Belize’s CLICO branch.  But the items were already in the hands of the police. Four persons were charged for a firearm that was also found in that bust, and Police Press Officer, Sergeant Fitzroy Yearwood says they are now facing additional charges.

Sgt. Fitzroy Yearwood, Police Press Officer

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“Miss Andrea Lui, the Senior Accountant for Mark Hulse came into the station to make a report that sometime between the twenty-third and the twenty-ninth of November, someone or persons burglarized the CLICO building on North Park Street. She mentioned several items including some monitors, CPUs, keyboards, several electronic items and immediately we—based on the serial numbers that she passed on to us—the detectives at CIB realized that we already have these items in custody because of a house search that was conducted on the twenty-fourth of November at number ten Pinks Alley. We did arrest four persons on a firearm charge and these men are currently remanded at the Kolbe Foundation.”

Delahnie Bain

“Who are these suspects?”

Sgt. Fitzroy Yearwood

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“Charles Neal, Eston Young, Shane Young and a fourteen year old minor. These men were charged for a prohibited firearm and now they will additionally be charged for burglary.”

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Shane and Eston Young along with Charles Neal and a minor appeared in the Magistrate’s Court this afternoon and were jointly charged with Handling Stolen Goods. All four were denied bail and remanded until December thirtieth when they are to reappear for the firearm charges. Kareem Musa, who is representing the four accused, will apply for bail at the Supreme Court on their behalf.

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10 Responses for “Items from bust at Pinks Alley the property of Belize’s CLICO Branch”

  1. BZNinCALI says:

    Who is paying for their attorney?

  2. Earl Grey says:

    The YOUNG BROTHERS………………… good candidates for the PRISON FARM.

    THEY LEARN TO EARN THEIR KEEP AND PROVIDE FOR SOCIETY.

    It’s a crime to have HEALTHY YOUNG MEN SITTING AROUND DOING NOTHING.

    BUILD THE PRISON FARM IN TOLEDO. BUILD IT TODAY.

    ……………………………………………………..Make them Productive Citizens.

  3. Proud Belizean says:

    I second that Earl.

  4. daveyt says:

    kareem Musa representing them? Must have had those computers stolen to order then, maybe for some PUP campaign – Computers for schools???????? Sounds like much more than a common burglary here….

  5. Quest says:

    @ daveyt

    Kareem Musa is representing them because he has to LOL LOL because wat daddy says son does. Pinks Alley is a Musa stronghold so they are obliged to come in an help whenever there is a problem with the “blue machine” of Pink’s Alley LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

  6. Common Sense says:

    Earl – agree.

    Why isn’t there a prison farm in Toledo? Why not start forming chain-gangs to start fixing up things around the country (pot holes in the street, cleaning drains etc). Is it a human rights issue?

    Channel 5, can we get a poll on this? Just interested for reasons why this could not be done, and open a conversation on the issue.

  7. Al says:

    Everyoen needs some kind of representation, but at some point attorneys need to know when to tell their clients to just own up to their stupidity and take the time. I am sure they are saying not guilty, teh theif fairy put it there. They have an attorney so there is money somewhere to pay for legal representation, probably from another robbery. Two young brothers, where is the mama?

  8. somiah says:

    Its always about the money… Money is a tool but when we get into the love of money??? what people won’t do for it…. Well said Al and Earl!

  9. Skeptik says:

    Musa defending the criminals as usual just like Barrow did to the criminals from his division.

  10. land of the moron for true says:

    I don’t want to sound racist but why is it that most criminals in this country are black and just stupid looking; I mean the way they dress and keep themselves just the scum of the earth looking types; I mean look at that idiot with his tongue stuck out hang that little phucker in public and you will see a lot of those pricks smirks turn straight we play too much in Belize with this little useless scum.

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