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Apr 18, 2018

Teen Owns Up to Stolen Fishing Rods

Ariel Hernandez

A Honduran teenager from the Belama area admitted to handling two stolen fishing rods belonging to a Customs officer. According to Rudolph Williams, someone broke into his parked red Jeep Cherokee vehicle early on Monday morning April sixteenth and stole two thousand dollars worth of goods including several fishing rods. Police tracked down eighteen year old Ariel Hernandez, who led them to an area in Belama Phase One where two of the rods were recovered, but the other items could not be found. According to Hernandez, he was given the stolen items to hold but when police caught up with him he immediately agreed to cooperate. Expressing remorse in court, he pleaded guilty to the charge of handling stolen goods. Magistrate Kadeen Palmer fined him one thousand dollars to be paid by August first, 2018; in default six months’ imprisonment.

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1 Response for “Teen Owns Up to Stolen Fishing Rods”

  1. Stephen Sweasy says:

    Stop find those people and start deporting them back to their home. We already have too much criminals here so those that come here and do wrong send them back from where they came from. Police need to get all immegration ststus and all those criminals and revoke their papers and ship them home.

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