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Dec 20, 2011

GSU operation yields seizure of ammunition and drugs

At five this morning the Gang Suppression Unit (GSU) executed a search at a one room shack in Biscayne Village. GSU officers spotted Randy Dominguez running out of the house and into the bushes, leaving behind twenty four year old Nathalie Coleman. Inside the house, the GSU found four sixteen-gauge gauge cartridges in a cap. Coleman was arrested and when caught, Dominguez will also be charged with the offence of Keeping Ammunition without a Gun License. The cops were tipped off by villagers, claiming that Dominguez regularly brandishes his firearm and discharges it to intimidate area residents. In the afternoon, the GSU continued another search, this time in Belize City on Castle Street, the residence of Allison and Orson “Singis” Middleton. The lower flat was occupied by Middleton’s common-law-wife, Mishenna Longsworth and the upstairs by Allison and her common-law-husband, Adrian Crawford. Nothing incriminating was found in both apartments; however, a search in the adjacent yard next netted one hundred and sixteen grams of cannabis, sixteen grams of crack cocaine. All persons were arrested and charged for two counts of drug trafficking and one count of possession of a controlled drug.  Orson, who was not present during the bust is expected to be charged.

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