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Apr 23, 2014

An update on crime in Corozal

Andrew Ramirez

The brutal murder of the unidentified woman has shattered what has been a very peaceful month in the Corozal District. The traditional Easter weekend was uneventful save for a few minor incidents, and Police even went on the offensive by capturing two wanted criminals. Today officer commanding the Corozal Police Formation took the opportunity to advise Belizeans that two public enemies have been taken off the streets.


Supt. Andrew Ramirez, O.C., Corozal Police Formation

Robert Locke

“Two things I want the public to know about are the arrests of Robert Locke and Julian Dyer. These were two people I would refer to as fugitives, transient criminals but these individuals were very dangerous in a society in a time such as this. Robert Locke was wanted for rape back in 2013, in October. He has been on the run, moving from district to district. We have tried all means and methods to try and apprehend Robert Locke. While on the run he committed burglary, aggravated burglary…he entered in a house and chopped up two individuals, two females so he was very dangerous for us. He was apprehended Thursday, just before the stroke of midnight. And I want to applaud the officers involved, especially Corporal Isaac Pascual who led a team and PC Marvin Salam, and others. I particularly want to single out these individuals because they showed true leadership in relation to these tactical types of operations.

Julian Dyer

They were not in fear of the consequences because they knew we needed to get these individuals off the street. Also we want to announce that we apprehended Julian Dyer. Julian Dyer also is a very dangerous person…some people might call him public enemy. But he is no good news in Corozal. He has since been charged for three counts of robbery…that would be the Band Store, the Jing Jing store and also a customer inside the Jing Jing Store. He has been remanded.”


Julian Dyer will be taken back to court on July twenty-fourth. Robert Locke was charged with two counts of aggravated burglary, one count of harm and one count of wounding. He was also remanded and will be taken back to court on May twenty-ninth.

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2 Responses for “An update on crime in Corozal”

  1. Rod says:

    Hang the two of them stop playing with these murderers hand them all just make sure you have some vendors the sell panades and garnaches fi sell while we watch the hanging.

  2. H@tari says:

    Congratulations to officer Pascual and Salam. That’s two POS off the street for awhile! Too bad they didn’t try to escape. Now lets get the rest of them.

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