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Sep 19, 2014

Kareem Lopez, aka “Robbery,” remanded for causing public terror


Kareem Lopez

Police are holding a third person behind bars presumably to stop further mayhem on the streets. He is Kareem Lopez, aka Robbery, who was charged today for causing public terror on Carnival Day. Allegations are that while on Douglas Jones Street, Lopez wantonly discharged a firearm in a public place and caused terror by his act.  Lopez pleaded not guilty to the charge and the court prosecutor, Corporal Christopher Smith objected to bail on the grounds that Lopez, who is a deportee, may not appear in court. Chief Magistrate Anne Marie Smith denied bail and remanded Lopez to prison until November seventh. Within minutes of his arraignment, the police indicated that Lopez is wanted in a murder investigation. 

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2 Responses for “Kareem Lopez, aka “Robbery,” remanded for causing public terror”

  1. Ali Babarrow's Belize says:

    Another Faber wannabe.

    A master of terror degree, cum laude minimus.

    Has PM possibilities., another dead ender.

  2. CEO says:

    We have our own degenerates to deal with we do not need to import another in the form of an artist.

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