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MAJOR BREAK IN THE SCOTIABANK ROBBERY
Seven Belizeans Arrested Police Looking For Three More
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Tuesday, April 6, 2010:
While San Ignacio Police have
arrested and charged seven
persons for various crimes in
connection with the Scotiabank
robbery, arrest warrants have
been issued for another three
male persons still at large, two
of whom are suspected to be the
masterminds behind the crime.
Just as the business day was Frank Luis Edwards, 21
starting on Tuesday, March 30, began circulating like wild fire
reports of a major bank robbery around San Ignacio and Santa
The Newspaper Man Laid To Rest
SAN IGNACIO TOWN,
Cayo, Tuesday, April 6, 2010:
Funeral services were held
today for Hector "Cacharing"
Gonzalez, who passed away
quietly at exactly 8:30 Holy
Saturday morning, April 3, at the
Western Regional Hospital in
Belmopan, exactly one week
after he was admitted on
Saturday, March 27, 2010.
Cacharing or the Ayatollah, as
he was popularly known, sold Hector "Cacharing"
the STAR and other newspapers Gonzalez 59
around San Ignacio Town. SUNRISE: July 7, 1950
SUNSET: April 3, 2010
Juan Salazar, 40
Initial reports indicate that at
around 8:30 that morning, a
group of five armed masked men
drove a white Suzuki Sidekick
into the Scotiabank parking lot
in Spanish Lookout and within
a few minutes they drove off but
not before leaving the dead body
of one of the bank's security
guard on the roadside near the
bank as well as an injured
customer with a bullet graze in
the region of the left ear, a
motorcyclist with a broken leg,
a customer allegedly relieved of
$10,000 intended to be deposited
and the bank with over three
hundred thousand dollars stolen.
Those arrested include:
Michael "Big Mike"
1) Frank Luis Edwards, 21,
Belizean fisherman of a San
Mateo Area address in San Pedro
Town on charges of a) Murder,
b) Robbery and c) Conspiracy to
2) Juan Salazar, 40, Belizean
laborer of Camalote Village ,
Cayo District charged with
a) Failed to prevent a felony
and b) Abetment to commit
3) Michael Rodriguez, 25,
Belizean Surveyor of a Garcia
Street Address in Santa Elena
charged with a) Conspiracy to
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MAJOR BREAK IN THE SCOTIABANK ROBBERY
commit robbery and b) Failed to
prevent a felony.
4) Austin Mungquia, 21,
Belizean laborer residing at the
corner of Church Street and
Bullet Tree Road in San Ignacio
Town charged with a) Handling
5) Luis Albert Hernandez,
29, Belizean laborer of a Stanton
Street address in San Ignacio
Town: a) Handling stolen goods.
6) Erwin Fernandez, 19,
Belizean unemployed of #32
Buena Vista Street, San Ignacio
Town: a) Handling stolen goods
7) Isolina Perez, 41, Belizean
domestic of a Garcia Street
address in Santa Elena Town:
a) Handling stolen goods.
Police are also proceeding
with robbery and conspiracy to
commit robbery charges against
Benjamin "Benji" Peters,
Alexander "Alex" Edwards
and Gabriel Salazar all of
whom remain at large. As the
investigation continues, reports
indicate that a joint murder
charge could also be levied
against these three suspects who
have thus far been able to remain
outside the reach of the long arm
of the law.
Our investigation revealed
that the robbery was in
planning for several weeks
with Benjamin "Benji" Peters
and Gabriel Salazar as the
suspected masterminds behind
The information reaching us
indicate that Frank Edwards
reportedly arrived at his uncle's
farm in the Valley of Peace
community where he met his
brother, Alex Edwards in the
company of Benji Peters and
Gabriel Salazar who were
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Erwin Fernandez, 19
Austin Mungquia, 21
reportedly planning to rob the
Gabriel's older brother, Juan
Salazar was reportedly
dispatched with cash to Santa
Elena and with instructions to
seek Benji's younger brother,
Michael "Big Mike" Rodriguez
to rent a vehicle. Big Mike, along
with Salazar visited Matus Auto
Rental in San Ignacio where they
requested and were provided
with a white Suzuki Sidekick
with tinted glass. Big Mike
reportedly informed that he
needed the vehicle to transport
a client who was interested in
With Juan driving the vehicle
and Big Mike in the passenger
seat, they proceeded to an open
pasture near the Valley of Peace
Community where Big Mike
was let out of the vehicle and
reportedly told to visit the
police station in Belmopan to
report that he was robbed of
the vehicle and other personal
property. All five men, being the
Salazar brothers, the Edwards
brothers and Benji Peters,
boarded the vehicle, driven by
Alex Edwards, for the ride to the
In complying with his portion
of the plan, Big Mike visited the
police station in Belmopan
where he reported that he was
robbed of the vehicle and other
personal properties including
a laptop computer, a digital
camera and other personal
documents. However, his
demeanor was somehow not
fitting the profile of a person
who was just robbed of a
vehicle and other valuable
properties. While Big Mike was
going through the process, the
reported bank robbery began to
blast through the police radio
communication system and the
tide began to shift on him from
a victim to a suspect and after
Luis Albert Hernandez, 29
intensive questioning, the first
break in the investigation began
In the meantime the Suzuki
and all five occupants arrived at
Scotiabank in Spanish Lookout
where Benji Peters and Gabriel
Salazar, both masked and armed,
were the first to jump out of
the vehicle. A single shot was
reportedly fired, the very shot
suspected to be the one which
fatally injured one of the two
unarmed bank security guards
from KBH Security Company.
Two other occupants, Frank
Edwards and Juan Salazar,
jumped out of the vehicle
leaving Alex Edwards still in the
driver's seat. All four masked
persons entered the bank and
Isolina Perez, 41
proceed to hold up the Bank
Manager, Michael Mena; the
teller and the second unarmed
KBH Security Guard.
The manager complied with
the robbers' order to open the
vault. Benji Peters and Frank
Edwards entered the vault and
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The Roberson/Utsman Union
A Grand Occasion Indeed
The Wedding Ceremony
uniting Kristin Leigh
Roberson, daughter of John and
Mariam Roberson of San
Ignacio, and Ryan Edward
Utsman, son of Bob and
Maureen Utsman of San Pedro,
was held at the Sacred Heart
Catholic Church in San Ignacio
on Saturday, March 27, 2010.
Kristin and Ryan exchanged
marriage vows and received
the Sacrament of Marriage,
officiated by Rev. Oliver Joseph
Smalls, Jr. The ceremony
was one where the love
between Kristin and Ryan was
so visible and shared with so
many, that it was called "the
happiest wedding" by all those
Kristin's sister, Carrie of honour and standing in
Roberson, and her first cousin, witness for Ryan, were his two
Kelly Kuvlen, were her maids best men and friends. Noah Gins
A total of one
seven of the
at this truly
from the US,
the UK for the
their love and
their country by
a week of pre-
activities all over Belize and
accompanied their guests to
destinations which included San
4 years ago, Kristin was the
Food and Beverage Manager and
Wedding Planner. Kristin is the
first grandchild of the late Mr.
Escandar Bedran Sr. who built
the San Ignacio Hotel, and as
tradition would have it Kristin's
dream was to be married at the
same church where her parents
were married and also to have
the wedding reception in
the same Bedran Hall where
her parents dined and danced,
at their wedding in 1978.
A cocktail reception to welcome
the newlyweds was hosted
poolside in an exquisite tropical
setting Dinner and dancing
followed in the newly
renovated BEDRAN HALL
and Ballroom, which was
truly spectacular. "Totally over
the top" was among the popular
descriptives of this magical
evening as the three hundred
seventy guests dined and
danced with family and
Pedro, St. George's Caye, Belize
City, Caves Branch tubing and
zip lining, Mountain Pine Ridge,
San Ignacio, Xunantunich and of
course Cahal Pech, where an
unforgettable rehearsal dinner
was hosted by the groom's
The wedding reception was
celebrated at none other than the
San Ignacio Resort Hotel owned
by Kristin's family, and where,
The happy couple honey-
mooned for a week in Belize
starting at the San Ignacio
Resort, then travelling to the
Mountain Pine Ridge, sailing the
Southern Cayes, exploring
Toledo and relaxing in
Placencia. They described every
day as a true honeymoon
experience and fell in love all
over again in BELIZE, with
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NEW UTSMANS AND THEIR FAMILIES!!!!!!!!
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SBELIZE SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL
F BY ORDER OF MORTGAGEE
The Social Security Board (SSB) a Board incorporated under the Laws of Belize with its registered office at Bliss Parade, Belmopan, hereby
gives notice of its intention to exercise its power of sale as Mortgagee between those hereinafter named and the same Mortgagee which mortgages
are recorded at the Land's Title Unit, Belmopan City and the said Mortgagees will at the expiration of two (2) months from the date of this
publication of this notice sell the properties described in the Schedule hereto.
All offers to purchase the said properties must be made in writing addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Social Security Board, P.O.
Box 18, Belmopan City.
ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL of land being Parcel No. 2800, Block No. 20 situate in Belmopan Registration Section Cayo District being
at No. 19 Altun Ha Street, Piccini Area Belmopan, Registration Section Belmopan, Parcel No. 2800, Block No. 20, being a bungalow house of
reinforced concrete, fenced, situate at No. 19 Altun Ha Street, Piccini Area, Belmopan and being the freehold property of Jacqueline Wagner.
ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL of land being Parcel No. 2813, Block No. 20 situate in Belmopan Registration Section, Cayo District being
at No. 15 Lubantun Street, Piccini Area Belmopan, Registration Section Belmopan, Parcel No. 2813, Block No. 20, being a bungalow house
of reinforced concrete, fenced, situate at No. 15 Lubantun Street, Piccini Area, Belmopan and being the freehold property of Melva Garbutt.
ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL of land comprising 8,000.00 sq. ft. and forming part of the property known as Otro Benque situate in
Orange Walk and numbered Lot No. 193 on a plan made by H.C. Fairweather, Chartered Land Surveyor and dated 2nd August, 1978 and
recorded in the Surveyor's Plan Book No. 7 at folio 143 a copy of which is attached hereto. Together with all buildings, erections and
developments standing and being thereon, the freehold property of Cynthia Singh.
ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL of land situate on the North Side of the Town of Stann Creek on Commerce Street and being the Lot No.
81 on the Official Plan of Stann Creek. Together with all buildings, erections and developments standing and being thereon, the freehold property
of Augustine Liu.
ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL of land being Lot No. 7(739.641 Square Meters) situate in New Site, Dangriga Town, Stann Creek District
and bounded as shown on Plan No.449 of 2000 and lodged at the Office of the Commissioner of Lands and Surveys, Belmopan being the freehold
property of Cynthia Ellis.
ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL of land being Lot No. 674 situate in the Luisiana Farm Extension Orange Walk Town, Orange Walk
District and bounded as shown on Plan No. 1968 at the Office of the Commissioner of Lands and Surveys, Belmopan. Together with all buildings,
erections and developments standing and being thereon, the leasehold property of Francis Sanchez.
ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL of land being Lot No. 8424 situate in the San Martin De Porres Area, Belize City, Belize District bounded
and described as shown in a Minister's Fiat Lease No. 1555 of 2000 and recorded at the Land Titles Unit in Belmopan. Together with all buildings,
erections and developments standing and being thereon, the leasehold property of Lucilla Bailey.
ALL THAT PIECE OR PARCEL of land being Lot No. 8282 situate in the St. Martin de Porres Area, Belize City, Belize District bounded
and described as shown in a Minister's Fiat Lease No. 274 of 1996 dated September 17, 1996 and recorded at the Land Titles Unit in Belmopan.
Together with all buildings, erections and developments standing and being thereon, (being an incomplete concrete structure and lot situate at the
corner Cumberbatch Street and Mckay Boulevard, St. Martin de Porres, Belize City the leasehold property of Rosemarie Flowers.
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Public Utilities Commission (PUC)
The Public Utilities Commission (PUC) hereby serves notice that in accordance with the Water and Sewerage (Tariffs) Byelaws
(Statutory Instrument 67 of 2002) as amended by Statutory Instrument 102 of 2004 and Statutory Instrument 89 of 2008, it has
issued its Final Decision in the Full Tariff Review Proceeding (FTRP) for Belize Water Services Limited (BWSL). The Final
Decision approves Rates and Tariffs and a Business Plan for BWSL for the Full Tariff Period (FTP), which runs from April 1,
2010 through March 31, 2015.
General Effects of the Final Decision:
The Final Decision approves a rate increase of 12.1% with no changes to any of the current Fees and Charges, and a revised
Business Plan in which the Commission approves $40,453,000 (forty million, four hundred and fifty three thousand dollars), in
investments to be applied over the Full Tariff Period (TTP).
BWSL has been provided with further details of the investments and expenditures approved by the Commission. At each
subsequent Annual Review Proceeding (ARP) througout the FTP, the Commission will review BWSL's performance against the
approved parameters and make any necessary adjustments to the approved Business Plan and approved Tariffs, Fees and Charges.
Approved Rates and Tariffs:
Belize Water Services Limited (BW5)
Approved Water and Sewer Tariffs, Fees and Charges for Full Tariff Period (FTP) April 1, 2010, to March 31, 2015
Approved Tariffs for each ATP of FTP $/1000 US Gallons:
Service classification: Water Only Water and Sewer Water and Sewer
Branches: Mainland Belize, BelmopanSan Pedro
0-1,000 8.62 1034 25.27
1,001- 2,000 13.79 17.81 29.87
2,001- 3,000 14.94 19.54 32.17
3,001- 4,000 15.51 2068 34.46
4,001- 5,000 16.08 21.83 36.76
5,001- 6,000 17,24 2298 43,66
6,001- 7,000 18.38 2155 51.70
7,001- 8,000 18.95 24.13 57.44
>8,000 19.54 24.70 63.19
Minimum Bill for
Consumption less than 8.62 10.34 25.27
1,000 US Gal Ions
Copies of the Final Decision:
The full text of the Final Decision and other detailed information pertaining to the Final Decision are available to the public at the
office of the PUC, 41 Gabourel Lane, Belize City, and on the PUC website, www.puc.bz.
Issued by the PUC on March 31, 2009
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SThe Newspaper Man Laid To Rest
ABelize Defence Force soldier
walks into the pharmacy near
his base in Ladyville, pulls a
beat-up, mutilated condom out
of his pocket, and asks the
pharmacist how much it would
cost to repair the condom.
The pharmacist replied that
including replacing the band and
spot welding the holes, it would
Cutting The Lawn Sw
When the lawn mower was
broken and wouldn't run.
Ms. Mary kept hinting to her
husband that he ought to get it
fixed, but somehow the message
never sank in.
Finally, she thought of a clever
way to make her point.
When her husband arrived
home one day, he found her
seated out in the yard in the tall
grass, busily snipping away with
a tiny pair of sewing scissors.
cost 26 cents, but that for 29
cents, he could sell the private a
The private, "Aye, that is a
weighty decision, I shall be
back in two hours with an
Two hours later, The soldier
returns and says: "The platoon
has voted to replace it."
keeping The Sidewalk
He watched silently for a short
time and then went into the
house. He was gone only a few
moments. He returned with a
toothbrush and handed it to
"When you finish cutting the
grass," he said, "you might as
well sweep the sidewalk too."
The doctors say he will
probably live, but it will be quite
a while before the casts are
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Repairing The Condom
The eulogy, delivered by his
sister, Floridalva Rahburn,
In this moment of sorrow and
grief; The Lord is in our midst
and consoles us with his word.
"Blessed are th e sorrowful, th ey
shall be comforted."
This evening we are gathered
to bid farewell to Hector
Gonzalez, affectionately known
as Cacharing. Cacharing was
born the 7th of July 1950 to
Mr. Candelorio & Josefina
Gonzalez nee Hope. Hector
was born in the village of
Succotz quite unexpectedly.
Whilst on a visit to her sister
Martina Salazar, Mrs. Josephina
began having contractions and so
Cacha gave no notice and was
born very quickly.
Cacharin grew up in Santa
Elena and was well known
throughout Cayo. He was a
smart fellow who had won a
scholarship and reached up to 3rd
form in high school when, on his
own, he decided to quit.
Everyone can tell you about
Cacha. He was always willing
to help by doing errands for any
and everyone. He was also the
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You may all remember him
making noise at the football
games for he was a lover of the
sport and a great Verdes fan. You
couldn't tell him anything, he
was always ready to defend his
team but most of all his party.
One friend, Dr. Wahib recalls
that one day whilst visiting from
the US, as he is doing right now,
he met Cacha and he said to him
"You are a doctor, teach me
how to be a doctor but a doctor
of love cause all I know is to
cure women's hearts."
Cacharing is predeceased by
his father, mother and little
sister Noemi. He is survived by
his brothers: Miguel, Samuel
and Julio. Five sisters: Betty
Coyoc, Noelia, Magdaluz,
Floridalva and Amina. Two
sons: Kenelee and Francis
Gonzalez and one grandson
Francis Jr. One dear aunt:
Mary Ann Waight and one
uncle: Ferdinand Hope. He was
also survived by several
nieces, nephews and a host of
In conclusion I say sleep on
Bred's sleep on until that
glorious morning when there'll
be no more parting. May his
soul rest in peace.
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ELECTIONS & BOUNDARIES DEPARTMENT
The Elections and Boundaries Commission, in accordance with Part II, Sections 6 and Part VI, Section 35 of the
Village Councils Act, Chapter 88 (f the Laws of Belize, Revised Edition 2003, hereby release the official schedule for
Village/Community Council Elections 2010.
In all villages nomination opens at 9:oo a.m. and closes at 10:00 a.m.
* Denotes Poll closes at 5:00 p.m.
*D Denoted Poll closes at 3:00 p.m.
In all other villages poll closes at 1:00
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March 22- April 20
Professional success is
indicated. This could mean a
promotion, increased perks or
public applause for your
efforts. Discontent in personal
relationships, anger of elderly
people will bother you and
prevent you from enjoying your
achievement. Deal with the good
and the bad with humility.
Lucky Numbers: 06, 25, 73.
April 21 to May 21
You could well be occupied
with a lot of thinking this week.
You might contemplate higher
goals, morals, analyse your life
path and may even opt for some
radical changes to suit the
plans you envision. Listen to
grievances but do not make other
people's problems your own.
Lucky Numbers: 02, 31, 58.
May 22 to June 21
Your equations with most
people will be warm and full of
camaraderie this week. You
could be raddled with extra
work or tasks that entail heavy
responsibility, but it will be a
feather in your cap nonetheless.
Your social prestige and status
will also get a boost. Lucky
Numbers: 12, 64, 96.
June 22 to July 23
Expect intense pressure related
to work. Although you will
experience stress, you will also
be content with the fact that
you can accomplish tough
projects efficiently. This will
boost your confidence. Personal
relationships will require some
effort to sustain bonhomie.
Lucky Numbers: 09, 40, 82.
July 24 to August 21
Things could get tricky in this
phase as expenses soar. There
will be a few unscrupulous
people to be dealt with and
negotiations to be worked out.
With your mind and your mood
ticking without stops, you'll
need to exercise tremendous
control in your interactions with
people. Lucky Numbers: 07,
August 22 to
Adept handling of matters allows
you to achieve a lot. There will
be respect and acknowledgement
of your skills at work. Warmth
and adulation flows your way in
personal relationships. Ensure
that you express gratitude for
good things in life. Lucky
Numbers: 18, 33, 76.
September 22 to
You've been speculating about
the future and there are quite a
few plans you draw. There will
be plenty of areas explored to
ensure good income, satisfaction
from work and the time factor.
You could invest some time and
effort in an image makeover to
suit your plans. Buying, selling
or renting property is also
indicated. Lucky Numbers: 16,
October 24 to
You could reorganise your work
schedule so that you do not
compromise on time for loved
ones. You might resort to
budgeting and will have to deal
with resentful dependents gently.
If you keep the right attitude,
you'll be able to enjoy life
despite your tight monetary
situation. Lucky Numbers: 08,
November 22 to
A lot of work-related travel is
indicated. Exercise extra care
while signing financial terms or
contracts. Do not engage in
malicious conversations with
other people. If you are doubtful
about any important decision,
defer it for the time being.
Lucky Numbers: 21, 68, 90.
SDecember 22 to
You will have health issues and
work related decisions to deal
with. Exercise control over your
unhealthy food habits. Also,
learn to ignore minor irritants
and gossip. If you can refrain
from getting upset because of
these, you'll come across as a
more confident person. Lucky
Numbers: 24, 78, 92.
January 21 to
You apply yourself very
diligently to some academic
pursuits, not for any motive but
simply out of sheer interest.
Social gatherings are aplenty this
week. Therefore, you will spend
a lot of quality time with your
family members. Be tolerant
when it comes to dealing with
children. Lucky Numbers: 03,
February 20 to
It's time to make some bold
moves professionally. But, do
not overestimate your chances.
You could contemplate a
partnership, a new venture or
expansion of your existing
business. Reviews from the
public or customers are likely to
be favourable. Lucky Numbers:
05, 60, 84.
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)
NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13
n accordance with Section 13 of the Registered I and Act Chaplte
194, Revisec Edition 2000, 1,PATRICIA ROBATEAU PEREZ, for
registrar of Lands, hereby serve notice that within one month
rom the dare hereof, 1 intend to register the following parcels of
and listed below ro6 which application for first registra oni have been
rhe attention of the general public is hereby drawn t; this rotice.
kny person whose rig hts and interest nay be affected by the
registering of these parcels must get in touch with me before expiry
late of this r.otic bctvwen Mondays to Fridays at the Land R gistry,
(PATRI& ROBATEAU P Z) (MRS,)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201002722
I his parcel of land is situated in the Registration Secuion, ORANGIC:
WALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2244.
rhis parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Assent No, 3807 of
2007 dated 6th Iecember, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Hook
Volume 46 of 2007 at Folios 533-542 in favour of JOVITA
APPLICATION NO. IRS-2011l02781
rhis parcel of '.rd is situa.ted in the Registration Secticn, SAN
[GNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 621
I'his parcel of lend is the subject ofa Minisler's Fial (Gian. No 252
if 1992 dated 7th October. 1992 in favor of JOSEPH HOY &
RASHIDA HOY IJointly).
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201002795
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Scc:ion, ORANGE
WALK TOWN, BDock ho. 4 and being Parcel No. 3336.
rhis parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2978
)f 2003 dated 5th Novcemb:.- 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 40 of 2003 at Folios 1435-1444 in favour of JAIME
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201002830
rhis parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1419.
rhis parcel of land is the s:ilct of an Indenture No. 1220 of 1998
Jated 23rd April 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 14 of
1998 at Folios 1443-1448 in favour of FLOYD J. WAGNER.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201002834
rhis parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 203C.
rhis parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1015
If 1978 dated 6t1h July, 178 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 0i
fa 1978 at Folios 331-342 in favour of DEAN SERRANO as
Executor of the Estate of Gloria Serano (Deceased),
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201002857
This parcel of land is situated n the Registration See:ion, MILLER'S
BIGIIT, Block N. 4 and being Parcel No. 447.
This parcel of lEtd is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 803
>f 2000 dated 27th Sep:ember, 2000 in favour of RUDOLFO
NOV IVIO O s1.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201002859
These parcels of land are situated in the Registration Section,
SAN FELIPE, Block Nu. 13 and being Parcels No. 45 & 46.
These parcels of land are the subject of a Minister's Fiat G:ant No.
27 of 1991 dated 4-h rcbmrarv, 1991 in favour of DOMITILO
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003077
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEEN'S
SQUARE WEST. Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 555.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 102
of 2002 dated 19th May, 2002 in favour ot'f ARIE RAMLSEY
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003127
This parcel of land is situated in the Registratior Section,
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1013
This parcel of land is the subject ofa Minister's Fiat Grant No. 250
of 1996 dated 17th Jliv, 1996 in favour of ANTHONY
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003128
Ihis parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 44
This parcel of lar. is the suLject of a Deed of Gift No. 1012 of
1999 dated 30th March, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume
Ii of 1999 at Foli;:l 1339-1348 in favour of VYOLANDA PEREZ.
APPLICATION NO, LRS-201003129
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOITiH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 46
This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2978
of 2003 dated 5th November, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 40 of 20C3 at Folios 1435-1444 in favour of JAIME
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003131
This parcel of land i; situated in the Reistration Section, SAN
IGNACIO NORTH, Block No 23 and bemg Parcel No. 174.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 3479
of 2008 dated Isi December, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 40 of 2008 at Folios 1467-1476 in favour of MAX
VINCE NT' CARBALI ICEOS & SANI)RA PATRIICIA
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003147
This parcel of land is silualed in the Regislralior Section.
DANGRIGA SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 259.
This parcel of larc is the subject :)f a Deed of Gift No. 2599 of
2003 dated 2nd AugusL, 2007 recorded in Deeds Book Voluine 30
of 2007 at Folios 857-862 in favour of JUANITA MOSS & ALLAN
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003148
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and bcing Pared No. 2130.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 252
of 1998 dated 3rd March. 1998 ir favour of MET SSA Y DIAZ
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003149
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT'
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No 2126,
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Santa Elena Man Facing Dishonesty Charges
SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Friday, April 9, 2010:
San Ignacio police this
morning reported the arrest of a
Santa Elena resident on forgery
and obtaining property by
According to San Ignacio
police, Dennis Morey, valuation
officer employed by the San
Ignacio/Santa Elena Town
Council, reported that at around
2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April
7, one Rafael Gongora residing
in the Stann Creek District,
visited the Council's office in
San Ignacio and presented
what clearly appeared to be a
forged copy of a trade license
Morey told the police that, as
Galen Gives Big
Central Farm, Cayo,
f Tuesday, April 6, 2010:
grand demonstration of
goo will, Galen University this
year donated BZ $6,500.00 in
prizes for this year's Cross
Country Cycling Classic.
the designer and producer of
the document, he instantly
realized that it was not genuine
as it lacked allincorporated
Gongora informed that the
document was issued to him
along with a receipt by an
individual he identified as Luis
Morataya, for which he made
an initial payment of $100 with
a $150 balance.
San Ignacio police visited The Accused
the Perez Street, Santa Elena Luis Marcelo Morataya, 32
residence of the accused where, formerly arrested and charged
on a table inside the house, they for forgery and obtaining
found several photocopied Town property by deception.
Council documents including He is slated to appear later
receipts and certificates. today before Magistrate Albert
Luis Marcelo Morataya, 32, Hoare in San Ignacio's
Belizean unemployed, was Magistrate Court.
For Cross Country Cycling 2010
Galen University, for the first
time in its history, was a
Platinum sponsor of the race,
awarding seven free courses,
each with a value of $750.00, to
the top three finishers in the race.
Making the prizes even more
appealing was the announcement
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that the gift certificates are
transferable to anyone of the
Yet another course was given
away as a station prize to the first
cyclist to pass by Galen
University on the way to San
Ignacio. This prize was won by
Belizean Edward Reyes, who
made a name for himself in this
race. He also has the choice of
giving the course to someone
else if he so wishes.
The cyclists were not the only
winners on Holy Saturday as
Galen University also held a
raffle for those students who
showed up on campus on Holy
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Tuesday: Local Rum -$2.50
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Thursday: Pifia Colada -$6.95
Friday: Micheladas $3.50
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The veiw is even
Saturday to cheer on the cyclists
as they sped by. One of the prizes
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won by Mr. Victor Cucul, and
the other was BZ $500 off
tuition, won by Ms. Meagan
Galen University also
participates in other sports one
of which is the Ruta Maya in
which the university has been
participating for the last two
consecutive years. There were 7
teams from the university
participating in the race this year.
Galen is also excitedly hinting
at the debut of its basketball
team, the Galen Eagles.
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)
NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13
This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 0341
of 2006 dated 17th January 2006 aid recorded in Deeds Book
Volunm 5 of 2006 at Folios 37-46 in qavour of KAREEM MISA &
CART A MUSA.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201I003150
This parcel of land is situated in tile Registration Section, PORKi
LOYOLAVILLE, BlokL No. 45 mild bcinig Pilvcl No. 2127.
'lhis parcel olland is lhc subljctL ola ])Dcd olConvcdancc No. 2139
o' 2003 dated 51h Augusl, 21003 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 28 of 2003 at Folios 683-698 in Iavour of MARK SAID
MISA & ME ,TSS.A VSEfi A fTI sA\.
APPLICATION NO. IRS-201003151
This parccl of lind is silualcd in the Rcgistiation Soclion_ TRIAL
FARM, Block No. 4I and being Parcel No. 113.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat GrantNo. 74 of
1996 dated 26th March, 1996 in favour of PHILIP DE LA
APPLICATION NO. I,RS-201003152
T[ho's parcels of land are siLuatcd in the RcgisLralion SctCion,
PTACENTIA NORTH. Block No. 31 and being Parcels Nos. 410
T''hse parcels of land are the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.
393 of 2000 datlc 7th May. 2000 in [avour ol'JESTINE THOMAS
.WPLICATION NO. LRS-201003153
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN_
IGNACIO SOL:'TI, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 479.
This parcel ofl I lnd is the subject ol'a Minister's Fial Grant No. 313
of 2001 dated 31st May. 2001 in favour of TEIIRESA GL.ELRI-L
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003154
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Scetion,
SARTENEJA, BlIok No. 3 and bciin Piarx.l No. 904.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Gant No. 1031
of 1999 dated 27Lh December. 1999 in lIavour of CESAR Xn-NOZ.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003155
This parcel of land is situated in thReRegistration Section. QUEEN'S
SQTARE WEST, Block No. 45 and being Purcel No. 264.
This parcel of land is the subject ol'a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 401
of 2004 dated 1ltl June. 2004 in favour of DAMNEL
APIPL,ICIATION NO. l,RS-2010113156
This parcel of land is siluaLed in the RegistraLion Section.
SARTENEJA, Block No. 3 and being Parcel No. 127.
This parcel of land is the su ect of a Ministers l'iat Grant No. 901
ol 2002 dated 24th Novcmbcr. 2002 in favour of TAITTLFO
APPLICATION NO. 1,RS-201003157
This parcel oF'land is siLualed in the Regisralion Section, ORANGE
WAkLK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3363.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 0828
of 2005 daled 23rd March. 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 11 ol'2005 at I'olios 812-822 in favour of MICIIIJ,,LLCII
& IIILBERTO CIIL
APPLICATION NO, LRS-201003158
This parcel of land is situated in tie Registration Section, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTIL Ulock No. 23 and being Parcel No. 853.
This parcel of iand is the subject oi'a Minister's Fiat GranlNo. 479
of 2004 dated 1 th June, 2004 in favour of DORLA LRBI 1A.
APPLICA'IOSN NO, LRS-201003159
This parcel of land is situated in the Rogistration Section, ALBLRt
MESOF, Blolk No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1077.
This parcel of laid is the subject of a. Deed of Coliveya~ice No. 1572
of 1981 dated Ist December, 1981 and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 16 of 1981 at Folios 1121-1128 in favour of KARL
APPLICATION NO. ,.RS-201003160
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, BURDON
CANAIT Blcx-k No. 15 and being Parcel No. 125.
This parcel of land is the subject of a AssentNo. 2021 of 2006 dated
17th July 2006 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 26 of 2006 at
1:olios 821-830 in livour of I)IENNIS G(ODEFRICY MOR(GAN.
APPLICATION NO. I.RS-201003161
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section;
DANGRICA SOUTTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 2234.
This ijxircl of land is lhc su.iibjct of d Minilstr's Fial G(iriil _No. 523
ol 2003 dated 31st May. 2003 in I'avor oF THERESE MEJIA.
APPLICATION NO. I,RS-201003162
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Soetion, BULRDOI N
CANAl, Blocxk No. 45 and being Parcel No. 108.
This parcel of land is the suLbjec of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2009
of 1993 dated 2011h Scptember, 1993 and rccordcd in D)ccds Ixook
Volume 23 of 1993 at Folios 1233-1236 in favour ol' SALVADOR
IHABET M. St.
APPLICAtI0ON O,. LRS-201003163
Thcs parcels olfland are situated in the IRcgistration Scction. SAN
IGNACIO SOTLTH, Bliock No. 23 niid being Prccls Ni s. 1824 &
Thesc ptacels of land art the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No.
232 of 2003 dated 17th March. 2003 in favour of REBA MOORE.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003164
This xprcel ol land is situated in the Regitlration Section. PORT/
,LOYOLWILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 14.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 45 of
1994 dated 2nd Jue, 1994 in favur ofANTIlIO.NY GRIFFIT11.
APPI1 J AT[ION NO. 1.RS-201003165
This parcel olfland i. Ssi Ltued in the RegisLration SecLion, ORANGE
VALK TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3821.
This parcel of land is the subject of a Minister's Fiat Grant No. 394
of 1996 dated 4th October. 1996 in favour ofl EITIZABETH
A'I'LICAHION NO 0. LRS-201003166
This parcel of land is situated in the RegisLration Seclion, SAN
IGNACIO SOUTL, Ulock No, 23 and being Parcel No. 1894.
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BELIZE TOURISM BOARD
10th National Tourism Awards
The Belize Tourism Board welcomes your nomination for the 10th Annual National Tourism Awards. If you were
impressed by the quality of service you received in any of the following categories, we encourage you to do your part
to ensure that service excellence receives the recognition it deserves.
Environmental Organization of the Year
An organization that is a leader in the conservation and preservation of
Belize's natural resources, practices sustainable management of
Belize's natural resources, supports community development and
promotes public awareness and education of environmental
Receptive Service of the Year
A tourism business entity that offers exceptional service to customers,
the ability to manage a business seamlessly, is sensitive to the needs of
staff, flexible in adapting to change and accommodating to the industry's w u
needs and offers an authentic Belizean experience.
Hotel of the Year
A licensed hotel that offers a gateway to paradise, where service
exceeds excellence engulfed with positive attitude and attentiveness of
staff, offers exceptional value for money, has outstanding facilities and amenities, remarkable ambience,
h innovation and the ability to provide visitors with a true sample of the Belize brand.
h Small Hotel of the Year
A licensed small hotel that captures the essence of warmth and homeliness, displays customer service
excellence and utlizes environmental best practices and sou nd management,
Tour Operator of the Year
A licensed tour operator that offers a variety of tours which excels in service, product innovation, marketing,
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addition, customers rave about their satisfaction levels and high service standards found throughout, Events
and attractions are bountiful while both the tangible and intangible product offering contribute to the lure,
comfort and convenience of all who visit.
We are asking tourism stakeholders and the general public to visit our webslte at
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to review the various categories and submit your favorite nominee.
Deadline for nomination is midnight April 14th, 2010.
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000
F CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)
NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13
This parcl iol'haud is Ih subji:cl of a D- l oLCi.f Cn11VYnc: No. 36 5 ,1f
2001 dated 1st Fcbruary. 2001 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of
2001 at Folios 870-885 in favour of' JAVIERI ARMANDO
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003167
ITh e paIrcels rifla.nd are qintiated in the Regist~rtion Section; ALTIB.RT/
M 1SOl lkock .Xo. 45 andhding Parcels Nos.l 31 & 39.
Ilihse parcels of lind are the subject ofa I )eed ofConve'ance No. 3711 of
2001 dated 7th Decemlber, 2001 ,and recorded in Deeds Book
Volume 47 of 2001 at I.'olios 929-942 in fatvour of IVET'ITE
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003168
Il is prcel of la nd is sihlnted in nlie Rep.isra:ion Sectic m ,AI .I I;R r!''I 1 ,
1 flock No. 45 andbeing Parcel No. 1111.
l hi s p r el ofland is te ibhjectoft I )eed of(iftl No. 269 of 1 dated 2nd
Fcbruary 1989 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 3 of 1989 atFolios
1119-11311 in ii.v'ur of-I Ni.A A HARRIEHA..
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003172
This Lrxcol ofland is ,3isitted in tlih Rcgistratiion Scction. SAN IGNACIO
NORTI', Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 650,
'1iisparcel o land is the sibjjeciolfa Minister's l''ial irani No. 539 f 1992
dated 16th November, 1992 in favour ofAURELLA CULIUC
APPLIICATION NO. LRS-2011003177
This par;el of land is situaltd in the Rcgisltralion S,:clion. DANGIRGA
SOUTH, BloukNo. 31 midd biiig P urcl-,No. 2161.
This parcel 0 'land is Lh; s uhb ocs ofra Minislir's 1Fial Cranl KNo. 864 of 2000
dated 2r2d Octlober, 2000 in favour of PA I:LAV [.A.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-201003226
'lhis parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SA N IG(NACIO(
S) T'II, ~lock No. 23 and hbnir gParcel No. 517.
This parcel ofuLi.d is lth subj cXt Iin' a M isicr'is Final GIrian iNo. 1406
of 2006 daitd 22nd Decrnmbcr, 2006 in favour of LUCILLE M,.
A iPPTI NATION N I,RS-21(l K3240-
'lliis parcel ofland is siLtated in the RIgislralionn Section, )ANG;RI(;A
SUt)I II, JBilx:k No. 31 and hbing Parcel No. 1473.
This parcel of land is The subject of an Indcnture No. 2911 of 2000 dated
28tll July. 2000 and rocordod in Deeds Book \llumo 43 of 2000 at Folios
431438 in laTvour of BEVERL.EYPANDY,
APPLICATION NO. LRS-2 01003242
'liis p~.rcel oflanrl is situated in tile RegistraFtio~n Section, SA RTK'IM I.A,
lockk \o. 3 andheing Parcel No. 571.
This pare oil'land is ihc suhjiccdIoa Minister's Fialt rant l o. 459 o1'1999
daled 10t1h JL1ly 1999in favcour ofIVIl)AaI,CII;CK.
APPLICATION NO. .,RS-201 003243
This parcl of land is situated ini tlhcRci~s ratioi Sccion. ORLNGE ViLK
TOWN, BlockNo. 4 and b oin Pa~IclNo. 3443.
'Th is parcel oFland is the subject ofa ])edt ofConveyance No. 3376 of[2005
daltd 1 sl November 2005 and recorded in I )eds I xt Vo lumiie 10 off20)05
at Folios 917-930 in lavour o[flAITL D. OSORIO.
APPLICATION NO. LRS-2 01003244
This parl oIl'land i s i lualtd in Ih or Listration S;ction. ORA NG W tLKC
TOWN, BlukLNo. 4 and leiIlg 'PietlNo. 1539.
'Ilis parncl ofland is thc subjocto fa Miaitcr's Ft iat Grant No, 311 of1 )7
datel 29th .luly, 1997 in faoirr of 'R( :,1)OG O (O11 IM SR.
AI'PPJI(A I JtON NO. L RS-2I1 (B3245
'lliis parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section; IFORT
GEORGE/PICKSTOCK, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No.
This parcel of aid is lic subject of a Ministers Fiat GrantNo., 369 of 1979
dat-d 4th Soptmber, 1079 in favour of MARION HYDE,
APPIIJ.CATION N). I,RS-21 (K)3B246
This parcel of land is situated in tho Rogistratin Sotiion, ST. MARTIN DE
I')HR RS W I'IST 1 lock No. 45 flnd beinp. Parcel \o. 134).
This ptrcel ofland is the suhjiecl oal MIinister's Fint (irant No. 437 of 2X)1
dalxt 171lh JLun. 20011 in lIavourofDESIREE BAILEY.
II Pae1 TR-Tl-6682 2-78 -EalsanwpprgalcmSnaArl1,21
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MAJOR BREAK IN THE SCOTIABANK ROBBERY
proceeded to load cash into the
two bags, a black and an orange
in color one that they brought
While the robbery was in
full swing, a customer, later
identified as Linsbert Andrews
of a Salvapan address in
Belmopan, arrived at the bank
reportedly to make a ten
thousand dollar deposit. He
reportedly saw the guard on the
ground. Notwithstanding, he
proceeded to park his brown
Ford Ranger right next to the
white Suzuki. This was when the
armed and masked Alex
Edwards reportedly got out of
the Suzuki, pointed a gun at
Andrews and relieved him of the
deposit. By this time a small
black Geo Prim car arrived on
the scene. A shot was fired at the
car resulting in the driver,
Clifford "Guana" Swasey,
receiving a bullet graze in the
region of the left ear. As the four
robbers were reportedly exiting
the bank with the loot, a
motorcyclist was passing the
area; a shot was fired at him
resulting in the rider losing
control of the motorcycle. He
fell to the ground and emerged
with a broken leg.
PC Tun, the lone policeman
at the station located right next
to the bank was alerted by a
Mennonite woman who lives
nearby, of the injured security
guard on the ground. The
policeman reportedly grabbed
his service revolver and rushed
outside just in time to see the
back of the departing Suzuki
with San Ignacio/Santa Elena
license plates C-00178. He
reportedly fired a few shots at
the departing Suzuki as it sped
off in the direction from whence
The body of the security guard,
later identified as Steven Lopez,
a resident from the village of
Unitedville, was transported to
the Western Regional Hospital
in Belmopan where it was
officially pronounced dead by
medical personnel on duty.
Clifford Swasey and the injured
motorcyclist were separately
transported to the hospital in
Belmopan where they were
treated and released.
Police recovered two expended
12 gauge cartridges and 4
expended 9mm shells from
the scene after which the
manhunt began for the Suzuki
and its occupants. Armed
with the information extracted
by Belmopan Police from
Big Mike, the search was
concentrated in the Valley of
It was shortly after 3:00 pm
that evening when the police
search party came upon the
abandoned vehicle parked on a
feeder road near Valley of Peace.
Inside the vehicle police found
Big Mike's laptop computer,
digital camera and a black bag
containing files with land
documents and maps. At the
request of the police, the owner
of the auto rental service arrived
on the scene with a spare key
thereby facilitating the moving
of the vehicle to the San Ignacio
After abandoning the vehicle
near Valley of Peace, all five
robbers took to nearby bushes.
They reportedly stayed for a
while hiding near a wooden
bridge in the area of Banana
Bank. They reportedly remained
in the general area for the
remainder of the night and
early the next morning, Benji
reportedly called for another
vehicle. This time a silver in
color one arrived all five men
were transported to the western
border where they crossed the
river into Melchor De Mencos,
Guatemala. After crossing the
border they boarded a taxi and
checked into a hotel near a
Texaco gas station in Melchor.
Luis Hernandez, accompanied
by Austin Mungquia and Erwin
Fernandez reportedly travelled
to Melchor where Hernandez
was given a bag to deliver to
Benji's mother in Santa Elena,
Cayo. He was told that he would
be "paid good" to make the
delivery. He reportedly agreed to
do the job.
After leaving the hotel,
Hernandez reportedly opened
the bag and saw that it contained
a large amount of cash. He
reportedly helped himself to
some of the money which he left
with a friend in Melchor. When
he was arrested, Hernandez was
found in possession of $8,000.
He was later accompanied
to Melchor where, with the
assistance of the Guatemalan
National Civil Police (PNC),
Belize police visited the friend
where they recovered $3,749.
It was from the hotel in
Melchor that disbursements in
the sums of 10, 18 and 20
thousand dollars were made to
several persons including to one
of the robbers' girlfriend.
The robbers spent that
Wednesday night at the hotel in
Melchor and on Thursday,
March, 31 they began going their
separate ways. Frank Edwards
reportedly boarded a taxi and
was heading to Santa Elena,
Peten, Guatemala when the cab
was pulled over by a mobile
patrol from the PNC. He was
arrested and handed over to
Belize police. No mention was
made of cash, if any, found in
Police have reportedly thus far
recovered BZ$30,965.00 which
is believed to be proceeds from
the bank robbery.
Frank Edwards, Juan Salazar
and Michael Rodriguez have all
been remanded, by Magistrate
Albert Hoare to the central
prison in Hattieville. They are
scheduled to reappear in court on
Wednesday, May 26 while
Austin Mungquia, Luis Albert
Hernandez, Erwin Fernandez,
and Isolina Perez all charged for
handling stolen goods were
offered and met bail in the sum
of $4,000 to reappear in court on
Wednesday, May 19, 2010.
Several of the accused are
represented by Attorney Simeon
Sampson SC who appeared in
court on their behalf.
Despite at least one report to
the contrary, sources close to the
investigation inform that there is
no indication of the involvement
of any policeman in this bank
LOST LAND/LEASE CERTIFICATES
Purwuant to Sectinn 17(.) nf the Registfrt I and Act, Chapter I94, I .aw ofR BlieP7, R evised Editinn 27 00, notice is
hereby given ofthe loss ofthe tfllowing Land and Lease Certificates:-
.NAME- Registratinn Sectinn Blnck & Certi-w e
NAME Certificate NM.
WALDERMAR F. MARROQUIN halil FamI 4/793/1 2 55' 20f) c.td. 01620
ART IUR PATN ETT SociKtv I1ll 24/53 8/1 1643i1983 did, 20/7/91 3
JUAN LORENZO LUCAS LOPEZ San Joaquin/San Maxino 1/30211 10787/2004 dtd. 15/11/[004
ELDA TULCEY Luke Idipcundncex 45/586 8797;2001 Ld. 712.,2001
C(I0N I .I i IJS M EN I )Z: Pincertn North 'I.69i I ,ir- )(MNII 19 K 11i tri '/ i/1
ROMEO REYES SR & ROMEO Xinb 1/287 99719
REYE TR Xuibe Rural 1/287 997.1992 dil 1412!1992
IRMA LETICIA CASTILLO Belmopan 20/2429 81 45,'2003 Cd. 17/11?2303
DAVID COOMBS Caribbaun Slihrs/Belih 16/3775 1356I2001 did. 14/2/2031
JAVIDT C:OOMiBS Ciarihean Shnies/eliTe 16/~714 136h2l;lX)l did 14f/211)1
RONALDO MOREIRA Punta Gorda 42/1999/1 4141.1 ;)99 did 23/7R199
WILMA ESTELLA YACAB Bcnque Viejo Dcl Cayren 23/911/1 582/1934 did 143!1984
Tt is proposed tn cancel the abhoveT .and/ .ease Certificate, after the expiration nf tw,.nty-inr (2 I) d ays from the
appearance ofthis notice- Any person in possession offthe above- mentioned certificates i s required to -eturn it -ol he
Belize Land Reistry, Ministry of Natural Resources & the Environment, Belmopaa.
(PATRI ROBATEAU PE (MRS.)
for REGISTRAR OF LANDS
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