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Dec 1, 2010

American Fugitive James Donald Baker deported to the U.S.

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This afternoon, James Donald Baker, sixty- seven year old US national, was escorted to the PGIA and was boarded on an American airline flight bound for Miami.  Baker was accompanied on his flight by Detectives Marlon Galvez and Arcadio Chun. It is believed Baker entered Belize through the northern border about a month from Boca Raton, Florida. He was on the lam for a charge for vehicular manslaughter for an accident that happened two years ago in which a Boca Raton woman was killed. Before his court appearance, however, Baker cut his ankle monitor and fled. Here is how it was first reported on NBC’s Channel Five in Boca Raton.

{Report on accident from NBC’s Channel Five in Boca Raton…}

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6 Responses for “American Fugitive James Donald Baker deported to the U.S.”

  1. Earl Grey says:


    There is no hiding out HERE any more.

  2. rootsman says:

    It really should be a state maybe if nothing good comes out of it they will be able to solve the crimes and put all those criminals behind bars that are running around so proud of themselves.

    I hope the police department is preserving all the evidence collected from the crime scene for when this happens.

  3. Candy says:

    They need to quit running and suffer the consequences of there actions!!!

  4. Proud Belizean says:

    great job by officers…and channel 5 is doing a fantastic job keeping us informed.

  5. sabuskii says:

    they nedd to stop giving drivers license to people over 60 thats the real problem

  6. justice says:

    Yes! deport his @$$…we already have enough criminals here and we don’t need anymore. Atleast in this case justice will be served in the U.S.

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