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Throats of 4 gang members slashed in apartment

The death toll is ticking upwards as the crime epidemic claims more lives: Eight days into the New Year – eight murders. Terror blanketed the entire City this morning, just [...]

Families believe GSU killed George Street Gangsters

All leads are being following by the police but so far, there is no established motive for the mass murder. Family members of the slain men believe the murders were [...]

Security Forces shot in air during murder investigation

This gruesome discovery made this morning at an apartment complex at the corner of Plues and Dean Streets in Belize City sent shockwaves to the entire country that the crime [...]

Do you support a curfew given the current crime crisis?

Tonight’s question is: Do you support a curfew given the current crime crisis? Send your comments and responses using your SMART phones to 8686 or post your vote on our [...]

Rumors and FB caused City shutdown

The multiple murders of the George Street Gang associates all under one roof, may be the single most horrific incident in Belize’s recent history. After the discovery of the four [...]

George Street Gang on sabbatical

Most of the city would still not be at ease because many would assume that the George Street associates would retaliate the loss of their fallen brothers. Prime Minister Dean [...]

B.D.F. ready if necessary. So is Police Department

Superintendent Alden Dawson has just been promoted to the Head of the Eastern Division. He has hit the ground running and says his team is checking all leads and cameras [...]

Dan noh we! GSU Commander proclaims innocence

There was one allegation that Prime Minister Dean Barrow went at pains to dispel; not once, but twice during his conference. Apparently, the George Street Gang and residents of the [...]

Schools, businesses and banks close upon perceived threat

Schools and businesses will go back to schedule on Wednesday but this morning the downtown and south side areas closed down. Fearing the worst, parents picked up their children from [...]

P.U.P. supports government’s stance against crime

Just prior to the prime minister’s press conference, the People’s United Party issued its position on the unrelenting spate of crime and violence that continues to grip Belize City since [...]

P.U.P. condemns rumors of GSU involvement in crime

Since the discovery of the four bodies this morning rumors have made their way onto the social media, particularly on Facebook, where it was posted that the homicides were the [...]

Inmate passes away

In the immediate aftermath of the grisly discovery, word quickly spread that retaliation for the quadruple murders was imminent.  In the frenzy that ensued, media houses across the city began [...]

Thousands burglarized from businesses

Two Belize City establishments have been struck by thieves, who managed to steal thousands of dollars in electronic items, money and office accessories.  In separate incidents burglars broke into the [...]

He stole from Queen Street Police Station

Everyone is under threat, including the Police Department. Forty year-old Jason Adolphus, also known as Jason Wade, has been charged with theft, following a report made by the chief mechanic [...]

Enrique Martinez and Sons employee turns himself in

The Enrique Martinez and Sons employee who went M.I.A. with a customer’s order as well as items stolen from the company vehicle has turned himself in. Forty-three year old Nathan [...]

Arrests made for robbery of 3 Albert Street vendors

A fourteen year old minor is among a group of four persons who were remanded today for three armed robberies of food vendors at the Battlefield Park. The minor, eighteen [...]

Peace man chopped with his own machete

The New Year started with several violent incidents on January first, including a chopping in Biscayne Village that was almost fatal for forty-three year old Mark Davis. Tonight, Davis’ alleged [...]

Weed in the glove compartment

Two men were busted today as they exited the City and were heading to Ladyville. Lincoln Requeña, a BSI employee and Ranile Pandy, a mechanic, were travelling in an Altima [...]

Caye Caulker resident, 17 years old, says cop choked her

There are all sorts of people who come to our station alleging to be victims of police brutality. But rarely is it ever a seventeen year old girl from Caye [...]