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Feb 24, 2020

Darwin Prado, Charged with Double Murder, Denied Bail

Darwin Prado

Twenty-four year-old Darwin Prado, charged with the double murder of Casey Lozano and Marlon Spain, remains behind bars after being denied bail by Supreme Court Justice, Antoinette Moore on Friday.  Lozano and Spain were socializing along with others on Marage Road, in the Japan area of Ladyville, in January of 2018 when two armed men opened fire on the group, killing the men and wounding two others.  Also in the Supreme Court, Aaron Munnings was not so lucky in his bid for freedom. Justice Moore denied him bail on a charge of armed robbery. But twenty-seven, Samuel Halliday of Belize City was granted bail of eight thousand dollars on the conditions that he must not interfere with the witnesses in his burglary case, avoid getting arrested while his matter is before the court and he must report to court on his trial date.

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