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29 May 2017







On the 28th of May 2017 at 11:40am, Orange Walk Police visited a farm on the Millers Bight area, Orange Walk District, where they saw the decomposed body of a male Hispanic person dressed in a black t-shirt, blue, orange and white Hawaiian 3/4 pants with a brown Buffalo brand shoes. Investigations revealed that at 9:00am, a man went to his farm and smelled a stench which came from a cane field behind his farm. Upon investigation, he discovered the body. On the 28th of May 2017, between the hours of 4:00pm and 5:32pm, a post mortem examination was conducted on the body of the unidentified male person. It certified the cause of death to be fracture to nasal bone (facial blunt force traumatic injuries), fracture to right greater Horn and bilateral lesser Horns of Hyoid Bone, strangulation (unspecified type). Police are investigating.



On the 28th of May 2017 at 9:15am, Warren FLOWERS, 39-year-old of #4 Pionsetta Street, Belize City, reported that his 2004 black Honda Shadow Motor cycle with license plate 3326 was stolen while locked underneath his step. Police are investigating.


The 49-year-old Manager and Registrar Officer of the Pesticide Control Board residing at Central Farm visited the San Ignacio Police Station and reported that on the 27th of May 2017 at 9:40pm, she arrived home in a Grey Toyota Hilux Pickup that is attached to the Pesticide Control Board at Central Farm which is assigned to her for her daily work. She stated that upon entering her house, she was attacked by a male person of dark complexion and slim built, who had a piece of black cloth covering a portion of his head and face. She further stated that she recognized her attacker as a person she only knows as Kareem, someone who works with the Ministry of Agriculture for the past year. Kareem placed an object resembling a firearm to her back and placed a plastic bag over her face. The male person then proceeded to rob her of her leather handbag containing a $50.00, (2) Visa Card from Belize Bank, (1) Debit Card from Belize Bank (1) Debit Card from St. Martin’s Credit Union, her Belizean Driver’s License, Belizean Social Security Card, (1) work identification card from the Pesticide Control Board, a black hand bag which contained a total of $4000.00 Euro in various nominations, (1) Touch Screen LG Grey and Black in color Smart phone was also missing. The culprit then made good his escape using the Grey Toyota Hilux pickup. During the incident, her 49-year-old boyfriend was also attacked by the same male person. Stolen from him were a small blue bag which contained $250.00 in cash and a black Samsung cell phone. Quick police response led to the recovery of all stolen items along with the Toyota Hilux and the detention of Kareem HARVEY, 23-year-old Laborer of Poison Wood Street, Belize City, pending charges of Aggravated Burglary.


On the 28th of May 2017 at 7:45pm, Independence Police received information of a body found beside the highway in Bella Vista Village, where they made checks between miles 45 and 46 on the Southern Highway and saw the body of Armando ALVARENGA, 21-year-old of Trio Village, lying in the bushes on the side of the highway. Police also observed that his head was partially decapitated. The body had what appeared to be gunshot wounds to the center of his chest and the upper right shoulder and chop wounds to the back of the upper left and right upper shoulders. At the scene, police also observed a damaged bicycle, a machete and two 9 mm expended shells. Police are investigating.





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