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Jan 3, 2013

George Street Gang under pressure from GSU

On Tuesday, the George Street Gang came under pressure from the GSU. The unit found two Molotov cocktail bombs in a plastic bag alongside a chain link fence. According to the GSU, the bombs were manufactured by using pint bottles partially filled with pellets, nails and metal shards and a liquid accelerant to be used against the unit. The GSU also conducted a search in a plum tree next to the residence of a reputed affiliate of the George Street Gang; this time in Hattieville. The Unit found three nine millimeter Aguila brand rounds of ammunition in a plastic bag hanging from the tree. The Unit suspects it came from a gang member. A search warrant for controlled drugs was executed at the residence of Dean Gillett Junior where Patrick Gordon, a fifty one year old security guard, was reportedly in one of the bedrooms smoking cannabis. Gordon’s common-law wife, Karen Gillett, and daughters Rondean, Sheridean and a seventeen year old were also in the house.  The GSU found in the upper flat, a forty millimeter round of ammunition in a cartoon box. The Gordon’s were arrested and jointly charged with Kept Prohibited Ammunition while Patrick was additionally charged for Smoking Cannabis.

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5 Responses for “George Street Gang under pressure from GSU”

  1. Storm says:

    Great job, GSU! Smash them into dust.

  2. WOW says:

    Good job GSU. Wow these people wanted to start WWIII. Arrest them and throw away the key, parents are too tolerant of these heathens they are raising now-a-days.

  3. Al says:

    Criminal activity has become a family affair, how sad. I say these known terriorists should be shot on sight. I like living in Hattieville becasue it was so quiet and you could still leave your dorr open, now I am not sure anyplace in the country is safe. You have to stay away from your neighbour so as not to create any thing that can be called old beef in the future; you cannot let the neighbour know what is in your house becasue it maybe burgled. We are hostages in the country and in our own homes, it is like the criminals own us, and are in charge of our future. Please GSU free us from these oppressors, kill them one by one.

  4. Young Gial says:

    Thanks to the GSU, the police department actually has good reports to post on the news. The people of Belize who noh support criminal behaviour, support the GSU. Thanks to you guys we can have hopes that the police is in control to some extent. By the way Happy New Year GSU, nice way to start the year guys.

  5. Ixchel Pop says:

    Well it appears that our only real hope is the GSU….though a temporary measure to a much larger problem. I wish the GSU all the luck in obliterating the gangs in Belize…however what is in place to neutralize the enabling environment that breeds this type of behaviour? The fundamental structure is still there and the Gov’t runs the risk of creating martyrs and further vilifying the police force in the eyes of the community members. We need to take stock as to how much of our society we have lost beyond recovery. Where does it stop? When are formative years for this behavior to be entrenched? Can the church help with this or are they too lost chasing after non-issue like the unibam one?

  6. concern-#2 says:

    They should stop calling our country the “Jewel” this is sure no jewel, this is hell. How I wish for the
    real Belize to return. We need Jesus, that is all I have to say, I have said everything I could say and nothing have change. What else can one say “Hang Them”? It’s all about the money.

  7. marie says:

    i understand life is not the way it used to be 17 years ago were you can walk down the street, and not be so afraid of what might happen before you make it home. because the youths of today have no respect for no one not even the person who brought them into this world. it’s not the goverments responsilty to take care of this kids turning in to gangbangers, its the parents responsibility, even though life is hard we need to raise our kids the way our parents before us were raised. which means with respect for our selfs and other. and prison is not the answer!. they all need counsling, they all need outlits to relse all the pent up energy, life as we know it is very short, so lets do the right thinng, lets start raising out kids. it takes a villiage to raise a child. so lets come together as one and do this! come on belize we are better than this, we are a beautiful nation. lets bring back what we once had. lets enjoy life, family and friends. thats all i have for now.! peace be safe

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