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Mar 30, 2016

Case Against Coastguard Officer Keyren Tzib is Adjourned

Keyren Tzib

Tonight, Coastguard officer Keyren Tzib remains at home as she waits to learn her fate in the stabbing death of her common-law husband, Thythis Blancaneaux. He was fatally wounded on Saturday, July eighteenth, 2015 at their home in the Lord’s Bank area, Ladyville, on the Phillip Goldson Highway following a domestic dispute. This morning, Tzib was before the Belize City Magistrate’s Court but her case was adjourned again and she is due back in court on April sixth, 2016.  On February twenty-fourth, 2016, Tzib’s preliminary inquiry got underway before Chief Magistrate Anne Marie Smith.   Her attorney Darrell Bradley made submissions that there is not sufficient evidence to commit her case to the Supreme Court. Blancaneux was stabbed allegedly by Tzib after an argument in which she claims she was defending herself from Blancaneaux who was hitting her multiple times.  This is Tzib’s second criminal charge. She is on bail for attempted murder in the shooting of her coastguard colleague, Kurt Hyde.

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