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03 June 2017






Troy FERGUSON, 34yrs, reported that, at 8:10pm on the 1st of June 2017, his sister-in-law, Zeida OROSCO, 32-year-old of San Andres Village, Corozal District, left home in her green Chevy Prism car - license plate CZL-05679 - en route to Matchies Pool Spot located on 2nd Street North, Corozal Town to take food for her boyfriend Baltazar LOPEZ, 41-year-old of Ranchito Village, Corozal District. She have not been seen or heard from since. Zeida is of light brown complexion, stands about 5 feet 3 inches in height, has black curly shoulder length hair and weighs about 190 pounds. She was last seen wearing a red floral dress and a pair of pink slippers. The family suspects that she is in the company of LOPEZ, as he has not been seen either, and his family have tried to contact him via his cell phone, but he is not answering.  At 3:10pm on the 2nd of June 2017, acting upon information received, police visited a cane field about 3.8 kilometers south-west of Patchakan Village where they discovered OROSCO’s Chevy Prism car completely destroyed by fire. The Fire Chief for the Corozal District certified that the vehicle was intentionally set on fire as it did not show any signs of electrical problems. Both persons were last seen together at 9:30pm on the 1st of June 2017, on the beach, near Corozo Blue’s. Police investigations continue.



At 3:00pm on the 2nd of June 2017, while police were conducting a check point in front of the Hattieville Police Station, they observed a grey car approaching from the direction of Belmopan to Belize City and upon seeing the check point, the car made a right turn into Ysaguirre Boulevard. The car was later intercepted and searched which led to the discovery of a brown sack in the trunk which contained 23.335 kilograms of cannabis. The car was being driven by Ernie V. ZELAYA, 38-year-old Taxi Driver of Neal Pen Road, Belize City. ZELAYA have since been arrested and charged with Drug Trafficking. 




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