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Feb 23, 2011

Interdicted police officer, Vidal Cajun back in Court

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Interdicted police officer, Vidal Cajun, was back before the court today on charges of Kept Firearm without a Gun License and Kept Unlicensed Ammunition.  He was provided with disclosure which involved thirteen pages of evidence, including statements from fellow police officers.  Cajun was first charged on November fifteenth, 2010 when a live round was said to be found inside a vehicle at the time a huge drug bust was made in the Bladen Reserve area. He wasn’t in the vehicle, but the live round was linked to an unlicensed weapon he was said to be carrying. On December tenth, 2010 Cajun was granted bail of eight thousand dollars by Supreme Court Judge, Troadio Gonzalez for the firearm and ammunition offenses.  Cajun is represented by Attorney Dickie Bradley.

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2 Responses for “Interdicted police officer, Vidal Cajun back in Court”

  1. soldier says:

    How good it will be if politicians in belize were investigated ,wire tap,to see where they stash their millions abroad.but in belize only the poor,the little fish are prosecuted and investigated by the police.we need to send politicians to jail,belize should have a law that will hang any pup or udp member(much worst if he is a lawyer)for violating the trust of the belizeans.will it ever happen?not as long as the pup and udp lawfirms remain as politicians.

  2. daveyt says:

    What’s the betting that not only will he walk free of the charges, but will probably get a promotion too, after all, he got bail on a firearm offence and Tricky Dickie Bradley is on the case……

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