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ComPol tackles case of missing evidence

A police prosecutor is in the hot seat for missing evidence in the sensational case involving businessman, Jose Shoman. The Belize City businessman was freed of charges on July eleventh [...]

Sergeant demoted for Neglect of Duty

Meanwhile in Dangriga, a police sergeant felt the full brunt of the law and has been demoted to the rank of corporal. The officer was additionally fined three hundred dollars [...]

Police intercept robbery in process

And in Belize City, this morning police stopped a robber dead in his tracks as he struggled with the owner of a Chinese store on Meighan Avenue in the King’s [...]

Delivery man held up at gunpoint, son beaten up

And in another part of the city a delivery man was not so lucky. Just before noon Tuesday, forty-three year old Cirilo Ical was robbed at gunpoint while making a [...]

U.B. student behind bars for unlicensed firearms/ammo

And in news from the Magistrate Court, a U.B. student is behind bars today for keeping an unlicensed firearm and ammunition. He is twenty-seven year old Giovanni Remijio Duran. Police [...]

Eighteen year old faces charge of Attempted Murder

And a charge of Attempted Murder and six other offences were placed on eighteen year old Cameron Blease when he appeared in Court today. The other charges include Dangerous Harm, [...]

Two freed after complainant withdraws charges

But two men had charges dismissed in court today. The two, twenty-one year old Keith Middleton and nineteen year old Marlon Foreman, were charged with aggravated assault for an incident [...]

“Do the Right Thing” award goes to Dangriga student

Not all news from the police is bad. And today they put up a brave and generous face as the men in uniform “did the right thing” with young people [...]

Stabbing incident at Pound Yard Bridge leaves two injured

Just before this newscast, a stabbing was reported at the Pound Yard Bridge, in front of a hotdog vendor and in an area in close proximity of the Pound Yard [...]

Scouts prepare for first regional encounter in Belize

Next April over six hundred children aged seven to eleven will converge on Camp Oakley for the fifth Central American Cub Scout Encounter. It is the first time that Belize [...]

Kolbe Board to approve new C.E.O.

When prison C.E.O., Marlon Skeen, handed in his resignation two weeks ago, the Kolbe Foundation appointed Mel Auil Junior as acting Chief Executive Officer. On Friday, the board will meet [...]

Garbage controversy ends with fire

Exactly two weeks ago, a Belize City man was crying for help to solve health hazards caused by garbage trucks parked at his home near the Pound Yard Bridge. Today [...]

City Council launches Adopt a Child Program

The Belize City Council launched its Adopt a Child Program this afternoon but the City Councillors aren’t exactly taking children home. They are making contributions to worthy institutions to which [...]