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Publisher: Alberto Orlando August
Place of Publication: Santa Elena, Cayo, Belize
Publication Date: July 25, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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District, Friday, July 23, 2010:
While reports are somewhat
sketchy at this early stage, just
as we were preparing to go to
press this Friday morning we
received the report of the latest
murder incident in San Ignacio
The incident is reported to
have occurred at exactly 1:45
am this Friday morning at the
doorway in front of the Legends
2000 Night Club on Bullet Tree
Road in San Ignacio Town when
a barrage of gunshots broke the
silence of the early morning
hours leaving in its wake the
lifeless body of Beel Efrain

The Alleged Murderer
Emilio Alfonso "Chubs"
Awe, 42
"Paing" Cruz, 38, Belizean Tax
Collector employed by the San
Ignacio/Santa Elena Town

Sr. Supt. Chester Williams

Is Cayo's New Police Chief
District, Thursday, July 22,
As he prepares to take on his
first posting, in the next few
days, as the full fledge
Commander of a (Police)
District, Sr. Supt. of Police
Chester Williams, 35, is this '
week on a familiarization tour of
the San Ignacio police station.
With 19 years of service in the
department under his belt, Senior Superintendent of
ese -T-r- Pag Police, Chester Williams, 35

Police reports the recovery of
9 expended 9 millimeter casing
on the scene along with a single
lead slug, near the body, suspected
to be from one of the bullets.
The suspected trigger man was
identified as Emilio Alfonso
"Chubs" Awe, 42, Belizean
Tour Operator and owner of San
Ignacio's PACZ Tours residing
at #14 Cahal Pech Area, San
Ignacio. Who after reportedly
committing the act, sped off, as
if heading in the direction of
Bullet Tree Falls, in the blue car
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The Deceased,
Beel Efrain "Paing" Cruz, 38

A FpCle*Exosed
Arrse hre AndSntTJi

The sun was just setting in
western skies last Friday
evening, July 17, as the law of
probability began creeping up on
a male youth from the west who
had relocated to Belize City.
Police investigations revealed
that Aaron Adony Wilson, 20,
Belizean laborer originally from
the Linda Vista Area in Santa
Elena, Cayo, had for several
months, at least since April of
this year, been operating as a
fake policeman on the streets and
inside at least one popular
nightclub on the north side of
Belize City.

Aaron Adony Wilson, 20
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Channel 7 News
Numerous are the persons that
he obviously mislead and frankly
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in which he arrived earlier at the
night club.
A team of police officers
rushed to Awe's Cahal Pech Area
residence where the blue car was
seen parked nearby thereby
indicating that he was at home.
He reportedly promptly
responded to the police call
and, without any difficulty,
handed himself over to the
police. He also retrieved the
suspected murder weapon from
one of the drawers of a chest of
drawers and handed the gun
along with an empty magazine
to the police. The gun was
identified as a black and chrome
nine millimeter pistol, model
910S, Smith & Wesson brand
with serial number BDX2478.
With no bullets handed over
in the magazine of the gun,
investigators are of the opinion
that the accused might have
emptied the gun on the deceased.
The accused was transported
to the police station where
he reportedly gave a caution
statement after which he was
placed inside a holding cell.
Reports reaching us indicate
an ongoing dispute between the
accused and the deceased,
reportedly with a female friend
of both in the middle. In the
course of the dispute, about
a month ago the deceased
reportedly punched the accused
in the mouth while he was
purchasing food from a Burns
Avenue street vendor. It is
further alleged that a few weeks
ago, the accused reportedly
found a bottle near the doorway

of his house said to have
contained a threatening note to
the effect that the accused and
his family will be killed.
It is further reported that a few
hours prior to this incident, the
accused and the deceased met at
the Sunset Bar in the Savannah
Area of San Ignacio Town where
an exchange reportedly occurred
after which the deceased
departed en-route to the
Legends 2000 Night Club.
Shortly thereafter the accused
reportedly arrived after which
another exchange occurred
which reportedly resulted in the
accused pulling out his licensed
pistol firing the barrage of shots
from almost point blank range at
the deceased. A preliminary
inspection of the body revealed
at least nine wounds all to the
upper chest area of the body of
the deceased.
The body remained on the
scene for almost two hours after
which it was transported by
police mobile to the nearby San
Ignacio Community Hospital
where, upon arrival at exactly
3:40 am, it was officially
pronounce dead by the Medical
Officer on duty, Dr. Fidel
The body of Beel Efrain
"Paing" Cruz, brother of
Alfonso "Ponches" Cruz,
former Mayor of San Ignacio/
Santa Elena, now awaits the
legally required post mortem
examination while the accused,
Emilio Alfonso "Chubs" Awe
remains in police custody
waiting to be formally arrested
and charged.

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Sr. Supt. Chester Williams

Is Cayo's New

Chester Williams was only 17
years of age when he enlisted in
the police department in March
After successfully completing
recruit training in 1991, the
young Police Constable #350
Chester Williams was a part of
the bulk of young constables
assigned duties at Belize City's
Eastern Division Patrol Branch
where he spent the first 2 years
of his career after which he was
transferred to San Pedro Town
then to San Ignacio where he was
posted between 1994 and 1995.
He later did a brief stint in
Placencia Village before being
reassigned to San Ignacio in

Police Chief
1996. He remained in San
Ignacio for a year when in 1997
he was transferred to the Crimes
Record Office (CRO) at Police
Headquarters in the City of
From the CRO he was
dispatched to Belize City on
promotion to the rank of
Sergeant and assigned as a
Special Branch Desk Officer at
Eastern Division. His next
posting was in Dangriga where
he took on responsibility as the
head of Crimes Investigations
Branch. It was whilst in
Dangriga that he was first
introduced to prosecution duties.
It was also whilst in Dangriga
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San Antonio Village Labourer Charged accusedRigobertoTzib,22,
Belizean laborer of San

For The Attempt Murder Of His Brother Antoio illae
escorted into the San
SAN ANTONIO VILLAGE, serial number CAD 1569 Ignacio Police Station by
Cayo District, Sunday, July 11, along with two expended his father, and handed over
2010: casings in the chamber was to the police.
After evading the police for handed over by PC Mortis On Wednesday, July 21, he
nine days, Rigoberto Tzib, 22, to San Ignacio police, was formally arrested and
a resident of San Antonio While only one shot was charged for the attempted
Village, wanted on gun related 1' fired that night, police murder of his brother, Amir
charges, was detained on suspect that when the Tzib, and for keeping a
Tuesday, July 20. incident occurred the gun firearm without a gun
San Ignacio police reports that was loaded with only 1 live license.
at around 10:00 p.m. on Sunday, round along with an Tzib will be appearing
July, 11, Amir Tzib, 19, was at expended shell in the before San Ignacio's
his home in the village when chamber. Magistrate, Anna Rachel
his brother Rigoberto Tzib At around 10:30 am on Montejo, on Friday, July
reportedly entered with a silver Tuesday, July 20, the 23, 2010.
handgun and pointed it at him.
Amir informed that the
hammer from the gun was pulled
The Accused
backwards. He reportedly TheAccused
grabbed onto his brother's right Rigoberto Tzib, 22
hand in which he was holding who lives in the same yard rushed over to
the gun and twisted him in a assist. They both managed to relieve
chokehold. A single shot was Rigoberto of the gun. He reportedly ran
fired from the gun which hit the away and disappeared into the darkness.
floor landing between the feet of The gun was handed over to the father
his 82 year old father, Anastacio who in turn handed it over to the village
Tzib. Police Constable #978 Kendis Mortis. The Gun anI the two
Upon hearing the commotion, The gun, a chrome Smith & Wesson
another brother, Carlos Tzib brand, point 38 special revolver with empty casings

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A vacancy exist at Sacred Heart College, High School Division for the post of
1 English Teacher

A vacancy exist at Sacred Heart College, Junior College Division for the post of

1 Natural Resource Management Lecturer

Minimum Qualification: Bachelors Degree in Subject Area
A professional background in education would be an asset.

Deadline for Application: July 29, 2010.

Remuneration: Based on qualifications and experience, and in accordance with salary scales approved by the Ministry of

Interested persons should send application letters along with an updated resume, and the names and contact information
(email addresses and phone numbers) of 3 referees. Applications should be sent to:

The Secretary (President's Office)
Board of Governors
Sacred Heart College
P.O. Box 163
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Venezuelan President Hi

Severs Ties With Col
Adapted from the BBC, 22
July 2010 Last updated at
22:27 GMT

Venezuela has broken off
diplomatic relations with
In the latest turn for the
worse in the strained relations
between the two countries, the
Venezuelan government ordered
Colombian diplomats to leave by
President Hugo Chavez
said he had "no choice" after
Colombia accused Venezuela of
being a haven for guerrillas a
charge he denies.
He said that he was acting
"out of dignity" in severing ties.
He also ordered the military
to be on maximum alert
on Venezuela's border with
President Chavez made his
announcement shortly after a
meeting of the Organisation
of American States (OAS) in
Washington, at which Colombia
presented videos, maps and
photos to show that Marxist Farc
and ELN rebels have bases in

President Hugo Chavez
made the announcement as
ex-football superstar, Diego
Armando Maradona, visited
The Colombian Ambassador
to the OAS, Luis Alfonso
Hoyos, said the material
was clear evidence that some
1,500 Colombian rebels were
sheltering at numerous camps
inside Venezuela.
Related stories
Mr Hoyos said the
photographs showed that
the rebels had 39 camps in

ugo Chavez

Venezuela and that top guerrilla
commanders were resident
His Venezuelan counterpart,
Roy Chaderton, ridiculed the
Colombian evidence, saying that
the photos and videos could have
been taken anywhere.
Mr Hoyos demanded that
Venezuela fulfil its international
obligations to fight terrorism and
that it allow an international
commission to visit suspect
After the meeting, OAS
Secretary-General Jose Miguel
Insulza told reporters that the
regional body could not mount
an inspection mission without
Venezuela's consent.
President Chavez did not
respond directly to the demand
but said the US was using
Colombia to undermine his
country's regional integration
A US official was quoted
by AFP news agency as saying
Venezuela breaking ties with
Colombia was not a "proper
way" to raise concerns.

The issue over whether
Venezuela has rebels on its
territory has dogged ties between
the two South American nations
for the past eight years.
But the latest exchange
plunges bilateral relations to a
new low.
The BBC's Jeremy
McDermott in Bogota says it
also leaves Juan Manuel
Santos, who takes over as
Colombia's president from
Alvaro Uribe in two weeks,
with a very difficult situation to


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Pursuant to Section 37(3) of the Registered Land Act, Chapter 194, Laws of Belize, Revised Edition 2000,
notice is hereby given of lhe loss of the following Land and Lease Certificates:-

NAME. Registration Section Block & Certiia Nos.
NAME Certificate Nos.
Parcel Nos.
THERESA KU POLANCO Behnlpan 20/2479 4225/2002 did. 2815/;200J2
TERESA KU & LORENA KU (Joitly) Behmopan 20/2478 5263/2003 dtd, 11'7/2003
PABLO KU Behnopan 20,2480 421922002 dtd. 28"'/20l02
MARI FN CAMPOS Tower Hill 4/1487 4612/1 996 did 3/10/1996
FI ) RENTIN O PATNE TT Santa FlenaCay 3724/2004 dtd, 3'0/l '2004
HELEN THOMPSON Corozal North 1/1647/1 2578;2001 dtd. 5/4/2001
YVONNE THOMP'SON St. Martin De Porres 45/103/1 5745/1999 dtd. 2X.'19999
Estate of GITI.I.RMO KANCHAN Santa ElenarCayo 23/1066 6224/1995 dtd. 15/12/1995
Estate oft'Gl.1 IFRMO KANCHAN Sianta Elek/Cayo 23/2163 3452/1997 dtd, 3/7/1997
Estate ofGULLERMO KANCHAN Santa Elecia/Cayo 23/1182 3575/1i)7 dtd. 15/7/1997
JOSEFINA YAH & ISMAEL YAH (Jominr Rannal Zapote North 1/41 6244/1991 dtd. 21/11/1991
JOAN FABER Santa ElenaCayo 23/45011 1648/1990 dtd. 8!'/1'90

It is proposed to cancel the above Land/Lease Certificates after the expiration of twenty-one (21) days from the
appearance of this notice. Any person in possession of the above-mentioned certificates is required to return it to
the Belize Land Registry, Ministry ofNatural Resources & the Environment, Belmopan.

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Two Legal Guns Turned Illegal Now On The Streets
One Illegal Gun Taken Out Of Circulation

In the first instance of a legal
gun reported missing, Sheraina
Diaz of 6 1/2 miles Stann Creek
Valley Road visited the police
station in Hattieville on Monday,
July 19 where she reported that
two days earlier, between the
hours of 10:00 pm on Friday July
16 and 4:00 pm on Saturday, July
17, her licenced 9mm Glock
Pistol with serial number
PAG576 along with fifteen 9mm
rounds was stolen from out of a
friend's vehicle which was
parked in the friend's yard
at miles 20 on the Western
In the second reported case,
Anastacio HOARE, Belizean
constructions worker reported
that at he was riding his bicycle
on Santa Barbara Street, Belize
City at around 11:00 am on
Monday, July 19, when someone
grabbed him from behind, a
struggle ensued during which he
was relieved of his licensed
Smith and Wesson brand pistol
bearing serial number UDC-

8405, model #5406 with a
magazine containing fifteen
9mm bullets.
Also on Monday, July 19 the
police reports the seizure of a
gun in southern Belize.
Police reports that at around
4.00pm on Monday, July 19, a
team of police officers on
anti-drug and illegal firearm and
ammunition operations in south-
ern Belize, conducted a search
in the village of Cowpen at the
residence of Carmen Duarte,
50, Guatemalan business-
woman. The search led to the
discovery of a point 38 Smith
and Wesson revolver with serial
number BKVJ322, Model 10-9
with six live point 38 rounds of
ammunition inside a cartoon box
in a bedroom located in the
lower flat of the building.
Apart from Carmen Duarte,
also present at the time of the
search were Rodolfo Duarte,
24, Belizean self employed, Elia
Ruth Garcia, 21, Belizean
housewife all three of whom

were arrested andjointly charged
the offence of "Keptfirearm and

ammunition without a gun li-
cense." Two minors were also
present inside the house a the
time of the discovery no charge
was brought against them.

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The Death Of 8 Year Old Marquis Mahler Should Be

Enough To Resume Capital Punishment In Belize

By: Wellington C. Ramos
When I heard that
two men pulled
out of a car with
one carrying an
AK-47 and started
to fire shots in a
private property
killing 48 year old
Calvin Graham
instantly, then
turning the weapon on 8 year old Marquis
Mahler severely wounding him, Iwas shocked
and appalled at this senseless and brutal
What is the reasoning for any individual
to take the life of another human being
without justifiable reason? The taking of a
person's life brings about severe pain and
suffering to the relatives, a pain that they
must endure for many, many years.
It is reported that when this child saw this
person carrying the weapon he yelled "Gun
Man" and the man turned his gun on this
poor innocent child and shot him like an
animal several times.
In its entire history, Belize has never
experienced a year like this where almost
every day someone is killed on the streets,
in their yards and inside their homes in
Belize City. Many Belizeans are living in
fear because of the amount of people that
have been killed so far.
It is now time for the Government

of Belize to remind Belizeans that the
punishment for committing murder in the
country of Belize, according to the law, is
still death by hanging. Despite the fact that
a convicted murderer has not been hanged
in Belize for many years, this punishment
has not changed, it is still on the law books
of Belize.
Up until June of this year, when
jurisdiction was transferred to the regional
Caribbean Court of Justice, for all crimes
committed in Belize the final court of
appeal was the Privy Council based in
London, England. In the Privy Council,
convictions were regularly reduced as just
this week, (Channel 5 News for July 21)
we received the report of the murder of Kirk
Gordon reduced to manslaughter. In this
matter, Belize's Supreme Court conviction
was upheld by the Court of Appeal only
to be overturned by the Privy Council.
Convicted murderers are regularly spared the
hangman's noose and instead sentenced to
life imprisonment.
Many people will say that hanging is cruel
and inhumane treatment but, in my opinion,
the taking of a person's life for no
justifiable reason is also cruel and inhumane
punishment to the deceased and to relatives
of the deceased.
The punishment starts with an
individual's self decision to take the life of
a fellow human being for no justifiable
reason. We have been spending too many

years concerned about the human rights of
criminals and less time focusing on the rights
of victims and law abiding citizens.
The failure of our government to
make an open declaration that as of now they
will do whatever is necessary to ensure that
these individuals are swiftly brought to
justice and on conviction be dealt with in
accordance with the laws of Belize.
Belizeans are becoming so disgusted with
the on-going dilemma that one family
recently indicated, that they are going to take
the laws into their own hands in looking for
the culprits and kill them. Before we reach
the point of vigilante justice where Belizeans
start to take the laws into their own hands,
our government needs to reassure the
general public that they have the crime
situation under control and with little more
patience the measures that they have put in
place will soon bring about positive results.
Many Belizeans are beginning to believe
that the government has lost control to the
criminal elements especially those operating
in Belize City.
Guns are coming into Belize in large
numbers and we need to find out who are
bringing in these guns. Minimizing the
inflow of guns into Belize from neighbour-
ing countries like Guatemala, Honduras, El
Salvador, the United States and other
countries in the region, should now be a top
I have said in previous articles that
if our government does not find a way to
end this madness, criminals will soon begin
to target members of our government and
other high ranking officials. Government
should not wait for this situation to get
further out of control as it will demonstrate
a clear failure in its fundamental responsi-
bility for the national security of its people.
A perpetuation of this trend will lead to
the electorate losing confidence in the
government ultimately resulting in replacing
that failed administration.
The government of Belize recently
outlined several new initiatives to deal with
the reduction of crime in its "Restore
Belize" project but instead of the violence
decreasing it seems to be escalating. Granted
that it normally takes some time to see if
new policies are working after they are
implemented, I just hope and pray that time
does not run out on this government.
The crime problem is not only taking a
human toll on our country but it is also
costing the nation financially as tourist
arrivals are decreasing.
We need to restore Belize's image to the
secure, peaceful and friendly splendour it
once boasted, a peaceful tranquil haven of
democracy where visitors from every single
corner of the globe can move freely and
interact with the local populace without
falling victims of crimes.
We cannot afford to give in to this small
cluster of antisocial and lawless individuals
because once we surrender, our country will
be lost forever. "Restore BelizeAnd Restore
It Now".

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Petters Research Institute Lecturer At Galen Univeristy

tral Farm,Cayo.July 20, 2010:
Galen University was pleased
to host a lecture by Dr. Marcus
Werner on the mathematics and
astronomy of the Maya on the
ocassion of a lecture held on
Galen Unversity campus on
Saturday, July 17.
The attendees were welcomed
by Dr. Aaron Lewis and Dr.
Arlie Petters, who encouraged
students to study the fields of
math and science.
Dr. Filiberto Penados
introduced Dr. Werner and
brought the focus specifically
to the ancient and contemporary
Maya culture.
Dr. Werner, a mathematical
physicist, educated at
Cambridge University in the
United Kingdom, teaches at
Duke University in Durham,
North Carolina, USA, with Dr.
His passion and respect for
ancient Maya achievements in
math and astronomy were very
evident in his lecture.
Dr. Werner's lecture covered
the variety of calendars of

the Maya and their amazing
astronomical records, specifi-
cally in the Dresden Codex.
He focused on the Long
Count calendar and how to
translate dates in Maya numbers
to the contemporary western

The example he shared with
the audience was from a stela
found at Ixkun, which shows the
date of December 21, 2012, the
end date of the current Maya
This particular measure of
time for the Maya lasts 5,125

years and began inAugust, 3114
Dr. Werner then discussed the
cycle of the planet Venus as it
was recorded in the Dresden
Codex, showing glyphs and
numbers from the ancient Maya


Belize Water Services Ltd (BWS) invites qualified
audit firms to tender for the supply of external
audit services for the three financial years from
April 1, 2010 through to March 31, 2013.

The detailed tender document can be picked up
at BWS Main Office, #7 Central American
Boulevard, Belize City during normal working
hours, Monday to Friday; or this can be forwarded
electronically upon request.

The closing date/time for receipt of tenders is
August 11, 2010 at 4:00pm.

NB: BWS reserves the right to accept any tender
or reject all tenders.

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Telephone: 222-4757 ext 233 Fax: 222-4263
Email: iennifer.schnarr@bwsl.com.bz
Website: www.bws.bz

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Position Business Support Specialist
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-Provides software support to internal
users and interfaces with external
software providers to resolve issues,
perform upgrades, training and
streamline application use.
-Respond to internal clients within
timeframe dictated by the severity of
the problem, document and track case
histories, issues, and action steps.
-Develop program utilities to automate
-Research technical processes using
sources such as error logs and product
technical documentation and identify
solutions to resolve problems or
improve efficiency.
-Manage, operate, support and main-
tain the infrastructure to support LAN/
WAN communication requirements.
-Perform daily system monitoring and
backup operations.
-Design requested reports for the
purpose of providing personnel with
information customized to their specific
-Performs other duties as assigned.

-Proven knowledge of computer.
-Excellent communication skills.
-Team Player.
-Honest, dedicated and hardworking
-Physically Fit.
-Must be willing to travel countrywide.

-Bachelor Degree in Computer
Information Systems, Information
Technology or Business Management.
-3 years experience with database
software, programming and/or
information systems (Sybase,
-3 years experience in supporting core
business applications for multiple
-Certifications such as A+, CCNA,
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*Ability to drive standard vehicles and
possesses a valid driver's license.

The post carries an attractive salary and benefits package including a pension scheme
and health Insurance. If you are interested in progressing with us please send your
application letter with your detailed curriculum vitae giving your current position by
July 302010 to: Human Resources Manager
Belize Water Services Limited,
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E-mail : hr@bwsl.com.bz
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Mary Confesses

A Toush Ouestion

An 8-year-old girl went to her
dad, who was working in the
yard. She asked him, "Daddy,
what is sex?"
The father was surprised that
she would ask such a question,
but decides that if she is old
enough to ask the question, then
she is old enough to get a straight
answer. He proceeded to tell her
The Widow At
Jack and his buddy Bob were
going hunting. They loaded up
Jack's station-wagon and headed
for the mountains.
After driving for a few hours,
they got caught in a terrible
rain storm. They pulled into a
nearby farmhouse and asked the
attractive lady of the house if
they could spend the night.
"My hushand recently passed
away she explained, "and I'm
afraid the neighbors will talk if
I let you stay in my house."
"Not to worry," Jack said,
"we'll be happy to sleep in the
Nine months later, Jack got a
letter from the widow's attorney.
He rush over to his friend

all about the birds and the bees.
When he finished explaining,
the little girl was looking at him
with her mouth hanging open.
The father asked her, "Why did
you ask this question?"
The little girl replied, "Mom
told me to tell you that dinner
would be ready in just a
couple of secs."
The Farmhouse
Bob's house. He knocked on
the door and when Bob came
out and said, "Bob, do you
remember that good-looking
widow at the farm we stayed
"Yes, I do."
"Did you happen to get up in
the of the night, go up to the
house and visit with her?"
"Yes, I have to admit that I
did. "
"Did you happen to use my
name instead of telling her
your name?"
Bob's face turns red and he
said, "Yeah, I'm afraid I
"Well, thanks! She just died
and left me everything!"



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The Public Utilities Commission (PLC) in its
commitment to ensure public sa'feLy hereby advises the
General Public that acc-rding to ihe Electricity (Licensing
of Wiremen) Regulations:

(1) No person shall perform any Celctrical work
whlsoevef' Linless that person is a holder of a valid
wi reiman liicence issued by the 'ULC:,

(2) No person shall hire or engage any person who is not a
licensed w.iremnan to do an'y cectrical work on their
behalf or on their promises.

(3) Any violation of the preceding i i a punishable
oflfence and may result in a line of' up lo Lwu
ltousand dollars and/or imprisonment of up to six

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authorized to engage in electrical work only in the category
for which Ihey are licensed,

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Father O'Grady was saying his
goodbyes to the parishioners
after his Sunday morning
service as he always does. Mary
Clancey came up to him in tears.
"What's bothering you so,
dear?" inquired Farther
"Oh, father, I've got terrible
news," replied Mary.
"Well what is it, Mary?"

IJuan Chuc

"My husband, passed away
last night, Father."
"Oh, Mary" said the father,
"that's terrible. Tell me Mary,
did he have any last requests?"
"Well, yes he did father,"
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"What did he ask, Mary?"
Mary replied, "He said,
'Please, Mary, put down the

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Jeffrw Met J lao

Who passed away 10 sad
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Sunni6e: Januawx 22, 1979
Suwt6et. us. 24, 2000
So suddenly the other day
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We know you had not
planned that this should be, Y
you just wanted to give the
best of you. You just wanted
to share what you had, and
make others hearts glad. You
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dead, you are more alive than when you walked below. You are
now in heaven's door looking unto the hills where there is peace,
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In accordance with Section 13 of the Registered Land Act Chapter
194, Revised Edition 2'000,1 I, PATRICIA ROBATEAl. PEREZ,
for Registrar of Lads, hereby serve notice that within one month
from! the date hereof, I intend to register the following parcels of
land listed below fbi which application tbr ils registration have been

The attention of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice.
Any person whose rights arid inlere.lI may be afTecledl by ihe
registering of these parcels must get in touch with me before expiry
date ofthiP nonce benreen Mondays to Fridays atthe Land Registy,


This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT
GEORGE/PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Pared No. 863.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 112 of 1986
dated 28thAugust. 198o and recordedin Deeds Book Volume 10 of
1986 at Folios 1421-1434 in favour of OSCAR A. SABIDO.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1893.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 677
of 2006 dated 14th July, 2006 in favour ofDWIGHT USHER.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section.
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1770.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 661
of 2006 dated 14th July, 2006 in favour of VERN USHER

APPLI ( CATION NO. I.RS- 0171015
This parcel of land, is situated in the Registration Section.
DANGRTGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1545.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No, 2635 of 2'103
dated 26th September, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 35
of 2003 at Folios 505-514 in ftvour ofHARRYETTE M. COWHVND.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ST.
MARTIN DE PORRES WFST, Block No, 45 and being Parcel No.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2814
of 2007 daled 101 AItuust, 21107 and recorded in Ded.eh Book
Volume 34 of2fi"i at Folios 643-652 in favour of WALLACE

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 152.

This parcel of land is lhe subject of a Min sister's Fiat Grant No. 146
of 199(8 iitted _Olh February, 1998 in lfu~in ofDENNY GRIJALVA.

This Ixrcel of landis d;iih Il%]t in ihe Registration Srl ioin, ALBERT/
NESOP, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1477.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 185 of 1995
dated 28lh Decei iibei, 1995 ud i recordJed in 1Eeds Book Volume 2
of 1995 at Folios 1245-1256 in favour of GERALD EVAN GILL.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, FORT
GEORGE/PICKSTOCKBlockNo. 45 mud being Parcel No. 1251.

This parcel of lri; is Ihe subject of an TudrinlIre .1,iied lilh
December, 1925 and recorded in Deeds Book .Volume 28 of 1925 at
Folios 24-25 in T1i our oflDOLLY PRAIT as Ad nmianiratrL, of
the Estate of Charls Pinks (Deceased).

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BELIZE
RURAL NORTH II, Block No. 11 and being Parcel No. 1381

'Il i jp;i; el of land is liihe i.i ecl ofa. I )eed of Gi n No. 3066 of2005
dated 4th November, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 37
of 2'05 at Folios 255-264 in favour of LEOPOLD SEGURO JR.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, INDIAN
HILL EAST, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 523.

This parcel ofland is the subject ofa Deed of Conveyance No. 3691
of 2001 dated llth December, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volurne 47 of 2001 at Folios 593-598 in favour of ROBERTO

This parcel of land is situated in the Registrationi Section,
I)ANGRIGA SO'I'H, Bllock No.31 and Ibirg Parcel No. 2554.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1918 of 1994
daled 241h Aiguiul. 1994 an1l iec 1994 at Folios 1017-1026 in favour of FELICIA NUNEZ.

These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,
Parcels No. 92 & 94.

These parcels of land are the subject of an Indenture No. 2447 of
1992 dated 13th N emnberr, 1992 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 30 of 1992 at Folios 255-266 in favour of COSME LOPEL

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORA-NGE
WAKLK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1510.

Thii p ;iicel ofl.:uit is ilie iIl iecIof a Deed of Ci No. 1461 of 1994
dated 6th July, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 17 of 1994
at Folios 809-81 in favour of ANA CABRERA & LUCIO

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
CARMELILA, Block No. 4 and bei g Parcel No. 6g8.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat Grant No. 202
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April 20
You could be forced to break
away from some old ways of
thinking and habits if you want
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stubborn, you will get stuck. Be
mellow, look at the larger
picture and then decide your
moves. You could be frustrated
by some delays. Ill health of a
person in the family could bother
you. Lucky Numbers: 03, 35,

April 21 to May 21
You will be required to
exercise your brains as profes-
sional and personal challenges
crop up. You may have to change
some plans with a sudden turn
of events. More responsibility
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you. Also, you need to set your
goals and priorities right. Lucky
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May 22 to June 21
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June 22 to July 23
You will be brimming with
energy. There are certain
factors though that will need
to be looked at, especially
money. There could be some
negotiations dealing with a loan
or sponsorship. Steer clear of
controversial conversations and
gossip at social dos. Lucky
Numbers: 30, 48, 97.

July 24 to August 21
You are likely to gain success
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September 22 to
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You could move past a
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of21):.3 dated I th April, 2003 in favourof ELFREDAE., WADE.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Sectitin, QUEEN
SQUA RE WEST, Blcck No. 45 and being Paiel No. 222.

This parcel of land is the subject of aMinister's Fiat Grant No. 50
of 1997 dated 25th Noenmber, 1997 in favourof OSCAR ROSADO.

This parcel of land is situated inthe Repistration Section, QUEEN
SQUARE WEST, Bkok No. 45 aid being Pma l No. 224.

This parcel of land i.s the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 626
of 1997 dated 25th NoIvmnber. 1997 in favour of ELENA ROSADO.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Sectiioi, SAN
IG;NACIO SOUTH, Block No.23 aud being Parcel No. 9):7.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 282 of 19')7
dated 1 Rtll Janii,tr 1997 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 4 of
1997 at Folios 81-86 in favour of MARCO ANTONIO MA RI N.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, TRIAL
FARM, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 519.

This parcel of land is the ,ubject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 559
of 20i4 dated 41 Il March. 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
8 1'f 2004 at Folius 389-398 in favour of EDWARDO E. GARCIA.

This parcel of land is .irtined in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2595.

This parcel of land isthe subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2144
nt'21)f0 dated 1 9th June, 200R and recorded in Deeds RBnnook Volme
25 of 2o: at Folios 1067-1074 in favour of BETTYYANN JONES.

Thisparcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE
WAI ,K TOWN, Block No. 4 nd being Parcel No. 201f

This parcel of land is the suhjeEt of a Conveyance No. 2 8 1 of 1988
dated 8lh December. 1988 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 24
of 19,N at Folios 857-862 in favour of ROBERTO PABLO

This parcel of land is situated in the Regislratior, Setion,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 975.

This parcel of land is the subjec ofaMinister's Fiat GrantNo. 568
of 2')'"0 dated 8th July, 2000 in favour of MARCUS N N E Z.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DAN GRI GA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 2500.

This parcel ofland is rhe subject ofa Min iser's Fiat Grant No. 63 of
1981 dated 17th February, 19 l in favour of ANTHON DIEGO.

APrLICA I ION NO. LRS-201007383
This parcel of land is s ihtfed in the R eiistration Section. OR ANGE

VWA L K TO N, Block No. 4 and being FParel No. 2162.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Coni erancc No. 3471 of 21(16
dated 24th October. 211'06 and recorded in Deeds Bxook Volume 41
of 206ri at Folios 709-720 in favour of ANCE LI NA% R. CARCIA.

This parel of land is situated in tll Reistraliuii Section, ORANGE
WA L TOWN, Bklok No. 4 and being Parel No. 665.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat GrantNo. 195
of 1996 dated I th November, 1996 in fatvourofJAI ME BURNS.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIA;. NORTH Bloek No. 31 and being Parcel No. 676.

This parcel of land isthe subject of a Minister'sFiat Grant No. 1334
of 2 1)3 dated 22nd Decemnbc. 2003 in favourofANTONETTE D.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registralioi Section, MILLER'S
BIGHT, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 399.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat GrantNo. 8)02
of 201"0 dated 24Lh September, 2000 in favour of RUDOLFO A.

This parcel ofland is situated in the Registration Section. ORANGE
WALK TOWN, Block No.4 and being PrelN No. 1767.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat GrantNo. 333
of 1990 dated 8th N-.ciila. 1990 in favour of WILFRIDO

This parcel of land is situated in the Registralion Section, OKR NGE
WALK TOWN, Block No.4 and being Parcel No. 3272

This parcel ofland isthe subject of a Deed ofCona e,, ance No. 10i08
of 20)1. dated 25th April, 20.1U and recorded in Deeds Book Vol-
ume 14 of 2_1.)4 atFolic, 211-218 in fa'vur of KISHA ~ ARTINEZ

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, BlockNo. 31 andbeing Parcel No. 2941

This parcel ofland isthe subject of a DeedofConveyance No. 3715
of 2i('0 dated 30th September, 2'(00 and recorded in Deods Book
Volume 54 of 20fK1I at Folios215-222 in favourofJOSEPH FROST.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGCA NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 687.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat GrantNo. 712
of 2008 dated 3rd November, 200('8 in favour of YVETTE

These parcels ofland are situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcels No. 1573 &
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we must admit that we were
among those misled. We spotted
him one weekday morning,
about two months ago, in full
police uniform on Albert Street
in Belize City and we felt a
sense of pride to see the Santa
Elena youth rising from
among a set of troubled twin
brothers, joining the ranks
of a "disciplined", uniform
institution like the Belize Police
Our sense of pride came
tumbling down like a deck of
cards when the story broke on
Monday evening's television
newscasts amidst official police
statements that Wilson was in
no way, shape or form ever
appointed as a police special
constable much less as a
regular element of the
The newspaper business
requires frequent interactions
with the police and so we make
regular, almost daily, trips to
the San Ignacio Police Station
where we regularly saw Aaron
Wilson and so we erroneously

assumed that he was an element
in the San Ignacio Special
Police Constabulary.
Our investigation revealed that
his application to serve as a
special constable was rejected
and that he was employed as a
security guard at a nightclub in
the Savannah Area of San
Ignacio Town.
Investigations further revealed
that he was reportedly friendly
with a police constable who was
stationed in San Ignacio. His
friendship with the constable
resulted in frequent visits to the
San Ignacio Police Station while
this constable was on duty
thereby creating the perception
that he was a member of the San
Ignacio Special Constabulary.
According to one media report,
Aaron Wilson was identified
with regulation #737 which
incidentally is the regulation
number legally assigned to his
friend, the genuine PC Saren
Choc, who was transferred from
San Ignacio and is currently
attached to the Intermediate
Southern Formation (ISF) in
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These parcels of land are the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.
1325 of 2003 dated 7th January. 2004 in favour of JULIO JAVIER

These parcel of land are situated in the Registration Section, SAN
PE LRO, Block No. 7 and being Parceld No. 4247 & 4251.

These parcels of land are the subject ofa Deed of Con'. e ai'ce No.
1786 of 2002 dated 13th June, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 22 of 2002 at Folios 1103-1116 in favour of WATER IN

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
PE DRO, Block No. 7 and being Parcel No. 4276.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Deed of Coin e dance No. 28 of
2003 dated 18th November, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 1 of 2003 at Folios 393-410 in favour ft'A TER IN THE

.APPLICAT ION NO. L R-20e107401
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Scction.
DANC R IG S SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1403.

This parcel of land isthe subject ofaDeed vf Con j ,nc: No. 4007
of 2((000 dated 11th August. 211(10 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 57 of 2000 at Folios 917-920 in favour of MILDRED

This parcel of land is situated in the Reoi-traliion Seclimnn. ORAN(GE
WALKTOWN, Block No.4 and being Parzcl No. 1757.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 0)09 of 2i0'7
dated 6th Decenmb r, 21)0i6 and recordedin Deeds Book Volume 1 of
20(7 at Folios 83-90 in favour of SOLAMIE ANGELICA

This parcel of land is situated in the Regi lralion Sctiun, ORANGE
WALKTOWN, Block No. 4 and being Ptreld No. 2908.

This pared of land is the subject of a Ministcr's Fiat GrantNo. 164
of 1991 dated 6hi May, 1991 in favour ofFILOMON MENDEZ.

.APPL A'.xTION NO. L RS-20107.l17
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration StIliion, ORANGE
WALKTOWN, Block No.4 and being ParelNo, 4351.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1455 ot 20(02
daled 14th May, 2.i.12 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 19 of
2002 at Folios 4S -40? in favour of LUKE SH FNG LIU & MEI

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2603.

This parcel ofland isthe subject ofa Coill ex a;ice No. 2049 of 2041 5
dated 12th August,2005 and recorded in Deeds BookVolume 27 of
20'15 at Folios 427-442 in favour of GREGORY IRMITER &

This parcel of land is situated in the Registlatien Section. ORANGE
WALK TOW1N1, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 4353.

This parcel ofland is the suhj c of a Deed of GifiNo. 1605 of 191:
dated Ilth December. 1990 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 17
of 1980 at Folios 1C45-1054 in favour of JOSE LAZARO

This parcel of land is situated in the RFi.sl atiaon Section, TOW ER
HILL, Block No.4 and being Parcel No. 1.'2).

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 972 of 1982
dated 16th Septenmer. 1982 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 11
of 1982 at Folios 1481-1492 in fa\ou rofMIGIUEL 1RBINAJR,
& (WILL IAM GILL lDnrea d).

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Seclion. TOWER
HILL, Block No 4 and being ParcelNo. 1025

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 39 of 1984
dated 30thD december, 1 CI1 and recorded in Deeds RBok Vohlme I
of 19-4 at Folios 539-550 in favour of MIGUEL URBINA JR. &

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. ORANGE
WALKTOWN, Block No.4 andbring Parcel No. 2528.

This parcl of land is lie subject offa Deed of ConveyanceNu. 1212
ot 2001 dated 23rd April, 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
17 of 2)001 at Folios 769-774 in favour of MARGARET MARY

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section. SAN
IGNACIO NORTII, BlockNo. 23 and being ParcelNo. 1348.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat GrantNo. 1038
of 2005 dated 18th Novem ber. 21'15 in favour of.IOSF ELIASAWE,

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DAN-
GRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1766.

This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat GrantNo. 36 ol
1996 dated 2nd Febmrariy 1 6 in fi:vi r lo N I I TA S.MA. USHER

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Set lion. OR -4NGF
WALK TO\SN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3445.

This parcel ofland is the subject of a Deed of Coiine anlce No. 803
of 1994 dated 19th April. 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
10 of 1994 at F.lics 527-538 in favo'ur ofJIUAQUIN CHELL&

This parcel of land is situated in the Re gi sitraici Section. ORANGE
WALKTOWN. Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1 77.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Convi' caum cNo. 3383
of 2002 dated 18ft November, 21)02 and recorded in Deeds book

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Sr. Supt. Chester Williams

Is Cayo's New Police Chief

that he got the first opportunity
to act as the formation's Deputy
Commanding Officer during the
absence, on vacation leave, of
the substantive holder of that
In 2003 he was transferred,
on promotion as an Inspector, to
serve as the Commanding
Officer, of the newly created
Crimes Intelligence Unit (CIU)
at Eastern Division in Belize
City. Whilst at Eastern Division
he also served as the Deputy
Commander of Patrol Branch
and as Officer Commanding
Eastern Division's Crimes
Intelligence Branch where he
remained for almost three years.
While still in Belize City he
was promoted to Assistant

Superintendent of Police on
January 1, 2005 and a few
months later to Superintendent
of Police. With the accelerated
promotions came added
responsibility and so as a senior
officer he was called upon to
serve as the Deputy Commander
of the division during the period
of the absence, on vacation
leave, of the Divisional
Commanding Officer, Allen
Whylie. In his capacity as
Deputy OC ED he was promoted
to the current rank of Senior
Superintendent of Police on June
1, 2007.
His rapid promotions, created
quite a stir within the department
as within a four year period,
between 2003 and 2007, he
received four consecutive

promotions climbing the ranks
from an Inspector to an Assistant
Superintendent, Superintendent
and finally to Sr. Superintendent.
He now sits just three ranks
short of the top seat in the
department with another 20 left
before reaching the mandatory
retirement age of 55.
Apart from Assistant
Commissioner of Police Elodio
Aragon Jr. who is 36 years of
age, Sr. Supt. Williams is the
youngest high ranking police
officer in the department.
In 2008, amidst some
controversy, he was transferred
to police Headquarters in the
City of Belmopan in the capacity
of Director of Training the post
he currently holds as he prepares
to take over command of the
Cayo (Police) District.
We had a chance today to sit
down with Sr. Supt. Chester
Williams for a brief interview at
the San Ignacio police station. In
response to a question about his
vision for the district Mr.
Williams informed that he
intends to build on the
foundation of the good
relationship with the business
community and the populace as
a whole, established by the
outgoing Commanding Officer,
Assistant Commissioner of
Police Paul Wade.
"I intend to strengthen the
police community relationship
as it is only with fostering
good relationships with the
community that the police will
be able to operate effectively.
The welfare of the officers
under my command will also be
a top priority because at the end
of the day their state of mind
will determine the level of
their production. Iwill also be
looking at issues as it relates to
traffic offenses as I am a firm
believer in the broken window
theory whereby small offences,
if left unattended, eventually
evolve into bigger things. Iwill
not only befocusing on the San
Ignacio/Santa Elena's theater
of operations but as the district
commander I will liaison very
closely with other district
formation sub-commanders in
Benque Viejo and in the City of
Belmopan which both currently
falls under the jurisdiction of
the Cayo (Police) District with

the primary objective of
concentrating all of our efforts
in the task of reducing crime
and violence within the district.
Coming from the directorate of
training, I am a firm believer
in this aspect of human
development and as such it is
by intention to provide the
personnel under my command
with training in all aspects of
policing to develop their skills
and knowledge thereby
enhancing their level of
professionalism and the
effective execution of their
duties. It is my intention also
to foster a good working
relationship with all media with
a view to market the good works
of the police as time and time
again we have seen where the
media is primarily focused on
highlighting only the bad side
of the police oftentimes
neglecting to report on the hard
work and good deeds of the
police. As a department we are
constantly criticizedfor various
reasons, some of these
criticisms are justified and can
be considered necessary to
guide us in the right direction.
I will endeavor not to take
criticism negatively but rather
to use it to make positive
changes in the way we do
things for the betterment of
the community we serve.
Notwithstanding as human
beings police officers are
fallible but asprofessionals, we
must endeavor at all times
to minimize the amount of
mistakes we make. I am
looking forward to this new
challenge with an open mind
and with regards always for the
human and constitutional
rights of the people we are
sworn to serve and protect."
We take this opportunity to
welcome Sr. Supt. Chester
Williams to San Ignacio/Santa
Elena and to wish him
all the very best in the
challenging task ahead while
simultaneously wishing the
outgoing Commander, Assistant
Commissioner of Police, Paul
Wade, all the very best as he
moves on to a more senior
position within the department.
It was indeed a pleasure
working with ACP Paul Wade.
We hope to continue the same
cordial relationship with Sr.
Supt. Chester Williams as we
move forward to doing our part
in making the community a safer
place to live.


Volume 39 of 2002 at Folios 1253-12(0 in favour of

This parccl of land is situated in the Registration Scction, ALBERT/
SIESOP Blck No.45 and being Parcel No. 151.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Jeed ofAssent No. 211 of
O000 dated 18th July, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
42 of2000 at Folios625-630 in favour of VINCE NT VERNON.

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Seclion. VISTA
DEL NMAR, Block No. 16 and being Parcel No. 1475.

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1380 of
1993 dated 8th July, 1)93 and rcoorcd in Doods Bo of 1993 at Folios 904-924 in favour of LEO E VASQUEZ &

This parcel of land is Aituatod in the Registration Scction, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Bwk No. 45 and being ParwcelNo 1956.

This parcel of land is Ihe subject of a Deed of Conveyance No.
1038 of 1982 dated 22nd October, 1992 and recorded in Deeds
Book Volume 12 of 1982 at Folios 1057-1162 in favour of

This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DAN-
(;RIG;A NORTHI BlockNo. 31 n J being ParcelNo. 1180.

This parcel of land is Ihe ubject of a Deed of Conveyance No.
4-195 of 2000 dated 1 Bth Dcciubcr. 2000 and rccordcd in Deeds
Book Volume 63 of 2 110 at Folios 389-898 & Deed of Rectifica-
Lion No. 2909 of 2003 dated 27ih Ocitber. 200'3 and reucrded in
Deeds Book Volume 39 of 2r0i3 at Folios 1169-1176 in favour of

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Independence Village, Stann
Creek District.
The accused is reported to
have applied and sat the recent
police entry examination and
would have been a part of the
current police recruit squad
in training if not for a harm
conviction that came to light
during the vetting process.
In 2009 he was arrested for
handling stolen good when some
stolen jewelry, belonging to a
relative, was found in his
possession. With the recovery of
the missing jewelry, the charge
was later withdrawn at the
request of his relative, the
virtual complainant.
On February 28 of the current
year, a female American student
visited the San Ignacio Police
Station and reported that whilst
socializing at the Faya Wata
nightclub on Burns Avenue in
San Ignacio Town, her bag
containing a digital camera, a
cellular telephone, $150 in cash
and her cash cards, for a total
value of $650, was stolen.
Police investigations led to the
arrest of Aaron Wilson on a
theft charge as he reportedly
attempted to use the victim's
cash card at two Chinese stores.
He appeared in San Ignacio's
Magistrate court on March 3,
where he pled guilty to the
charge and was fined $800 to be
paid by March 31. He made an
initial $400 payment and when
he failed to pay the remainder
of the fine by the stipulated
date, a commitment warrant was
issued for his arrest. He was
picked up on the commitment
warrant and was released after
the outstanding balance was
The senior ranks of the Police
Department are still baffled as to
how this individual could have
been bogusly operating in
Belize City for such a long time
especially amidst allegation that
he signed for and was issued
police regulation firearms on
several occasions. While he
has chosen to remain silent thus
far, indications are that a few
senior elements within the
department are not sleeping
well since the cover of this
bogus cop was blown last
The deceptive lifestyle of the

accused began to unfold last
Friday evening, July 17 when
Belize City resident, Shannon
Martinez, 19, visited the police
station in Belize City and
reported that she was at the BTL
Park in the Newtown Barracks
area when the accused, who was
dressed in police uniform, in a
private vehicle, offered her a
ride. She said she accepted the
offer and directed him to the
house of a friend, Malcolm
Vasquez, located at #5581
Princess Margaret Drive.
Martinez reported that upon
arrival she got into an argument
with Vasquez and that the
accused threatened to shoot
Vasquez. She told the police that
after the incident she requested
for the accused to take her to
her nearby Baymen Avenue
residence. However, according
to Police Press Officer, Sgt.
Fitzroy Yearwood, instead of
complying with Shannon
Martinez' request, the accused
reportedly proceeded towards
the Belize City Municipal
Airstrip where he allegedly
indecently assaulted her.
After refusing his advances
and realizing that he was not
getting anywhere, the accused
reportedly dropped her off at
her Baymen Avenue residence.
When she exited the vehicle she
reportedly realized that her
cellular telephone was left in the
vehicle and before he moved off
she reportedly asked to search
the vehicle for the telephone. He
reportedly refused the request
and instead sped off. She used
another telephone and dialed the
police emergency hotline at
911. Within minutes Crime
Investigation Branch personnel
responded to the scene and
transported the victim to the
police station where an official
report was made and a statement
recorded. Shortly thereafter
Aaron Adony Wilson was
detained, still clad in the police
uniform, and transported to the
police station where he was
instantly identified by the
complainant. When searched he
was found to be in possession of
a police identification card
which turned out to be bogus.
Since the arrest, several
allegations of impropriety have
surfaced against the accused. In
one of the reported cases, he is

A Fake Special Constable Exposed,

Arrested Charged And Sent To Jail
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said to have misled officials
from the Belize City Traffic
Department where he success-
fully applied for and was issued
a drivers' license. While the
issuance of Belize City drivers'
licenses is restricted to city
residents, the process requires
for the applicant to produce a
utility bill in the applicant's
name at a Belize City address.
In the absence of this document,
Wilson reportedly presented a
correspondence, on what
appeared to be official police
stationary and purportedly
signed by "Linden Flowers
Supt Officer Commanding
Patrol Branch". Among other
things the correspondence
introduced him as Police
Constable #406 Aaron Wilson
recently transferred from Cayo
"to the Headquarter at Raccoon
Street" and that he is residing
with his girlfriend at #24
Federick Street, Belize City.
Interestingly however, police
regulation #406 is actually
assigned to Police Constable
Alejandro Rodriguez, who is
currently on vacation but
attached to the Joint Intelligence
Coordinating Center (JICC) at
Police Headquarters in the City
of Belmopan.
As the house of cards
continues to crumble around
the accused, another allegation
surfaced, this time from Jermyn
Galvez, the younger brother of
the late Christopher Galvez
who was murdered in December
2009 amidst allegations of
police involvement.
According to the younger
Galvez, the incident took place
during the early morning hours
on Friday, June 18 while he
and his girlfriend along with
friends were out on the town
celebrating the Lakers'NBA
championship victory.
Galvez alleges that while
partying, at Thirsty Thursday, a
popular nightspot in Newtown
Barracks Belize City, the
group got into an altercation
with Wilson as he reportedly
accused Galvez of throwing a
drink at him. Galvez further
alleges that in the course of
the incident, the accused,
who he thought was a genuine
policeman, fired two shots at
him, the first over his head and
the next at his feet.
Friday night's report by
Shannon Martinez led to the
arrest of Aaron Adony Wilson,
20, on the following six charges:

1) Forging an official
document, 2) Possession of a
false official document, 3)
Unlawful possession of Police
Department accoutrements,
4) Theft 5) Aggravated assault
of an indecent nature and 6)
threatening words.
He appeared before Chief
Magistrate Margaret Gabb-
McKenzie, on Monday, July 19,
where the first two charges
were read to him, no pleas was
entertained as Magistrate
McKenzie informed that both
charges will be heard on
indictment in the Supreme
Court. He then proceeded to plea
not guilty on the other four
charges after they were individu-
ally read to him.
Base on allegations of threats
to the complainants, combined
with the general seriousness of
the allegations regarding the use
of police uniform to commit
crimes, Magistrate Mckenzie
informed the accused that she
will not be granting bail and
ordered that he be remanded to
the central prison in Hattieville
and be brought back court as
early as Monday, July 26.
As a point of interest, today,
almost one week later, the daily
police bulletin is yet to make a
single mention of this incident.
While he was at it, and as
the magnitude of the fraud
continues to unfold, one is left
to wonder how much longer it
would have taken the accused to
come up with an "official"
removal order and personally
visit the central prison in
Hattieville to secure the release
of his brother, Roland Wilson,
who is on remand in connection
with the January 3, 2010
murder of San Ignacio resident,
Belizario Eck Jr.
Officer Commanding Eastern
(Police) Division, Assistant
Commissioner of Police David
Henderson, is reported to
be proceeding with further
investigations to determine the
possibility of the involvement
of the accused in other
reported burglaries within the
The leadership of the
Police Department should heed
suggestions from several con-
cerned citizens, as expressed
over the various morning radio
talk shows, to seriously re-
evaluate and re-assess the
Special Constabulary Program
with a view to avoid a recurrence
of another such incident.

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