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Oct 29, 2012

No confessional from burglar who stole from the church

An Adventist Church is the latest target of burglars. In court today, twenty-eight year old Ronald Gill was charged for the Burglary, in which speakers, amplifiers and related equipment valued at two thousand, seven hundred and ninety dollars were stolen. Gill pleaded not guilty and while the prosecution did not object to bail, it was denied because Senior Magistrate Sharon Frazer was very disturbed by the allegations. He was remanded to the Belize Central Prison until December eighteenth, when bail will be reconsidered. It is believed that there were two culprits who broke into Mount Olive Seventh Day Adventist Church between October twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth. Deacon Michael Silver Caine reported to police that the burglars gained access to the church on Faber’s Road Extension by cutting the lock of the adjoined apartment.

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1 Response for “No confessional from burglar who stole from the church”

  1. Bear says:

    Good for Magistrate Frazer! A justice with a backbone and wisdom.

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