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No bail for Brown brothers

History was not made in the cramped confines of courtroom number one this morning as Chief Magistrate Herbert Lord denied bail to the Brown brothers. In prefacing his ruling, Lord [...]

Supreme Court ruling overturned in B.T.L. case

There has been yet another change in direction in the legal wrangling over control of B.T.L., but depending on who you talk to, Monday’s ruling by the Belize Court of [...]

D.F.C. Commission still waiting for auditor

It might have been put on the back burner recently, but latest word out of the D.F.C. Commission of Inquiry reveals that its members have been hard at work. Via [...]

Arrest made in fatal stabbing

Forty-one year old Hubert Bennett hid his face today as he was taken across to Magistrate’s Court on charges that he stabbed an eighteen-year-ld to death. On Friday night, Tiquan [...]

Market shooter arrest

A youth accused of shooting a man, over another bicycle, was charged with attempted murder this week and remanded to Hattieville. In addition, eighteen-year-old Owen McFoy appeared before Magistrate Dorothy [...]

Fourth S.J.C. robber caught

Another youth has been charged in the hold-up at St. John’s College last week. Twenty-three year old Kenroy Gentle of Mopan Street was today charged with five counts of robbery [...]

Wallace’s alleged accomplice arrested

Belize City police have charged a fifteen-year-old minor in connection with the attempted murder of another fifteen-year-old. Police say their investigations have led them to strongly believe their young suspect [...]

Driver charged in N. Highway death

Corozal police have arrested the driver of a minivan for a fatal traffic accident over the weekend. Forty-three year old Hugo Espinoza of Chan Chen Village has been charged with [...]

Prison instructor arrested for robbery and shootout

Three men have been charged for a robbery in Bermudian Landing and a subsequent shootout with police. Surprisingly, one of them, Ernie Miranda, is a teacher and instructor at the [...]

Common-law husband faces suppression of evidence charge

A Belize City man accused of burglarizing his common-law wife?s home was additionally charged with suppression of evidence. The charge arose when Jacqueline Welch appeared before Magistrate Margaret McKenzie on [...]

UNICEF inspires youths to make a difference

The shooting death of thirteen-year-old Andrew Wallace over the weekend remains under investigation, but his story and that of so many other young people who fall victim to violent crime [...]