Police generally do a good job sealing off exits and entrances for crime scenes and at court moving prisoners around. But scene security during fires, in contrast, has been a [...]
A Belize City man found himself between a hard place and a rock when a gun was found at the house he is sharing with his brother.Â The decision which [...]
In October of 2015, a twenty-three year old resident accused a forty-seven-year old known criminal figure of Belize City, of sodomizing him. The matter has just come up in court [...]
Magistrate Deborah Rogers today found thirty-nine year old Calvin Lauriano and one of his passengers, Marlon Chaneck, a resident of Santa Elena, Cayo, guilty of drug trafficking. On June seventeenth, [...]
Within less than twenty-four hours, around one a.m. today, two men were also stabbed after they exited the same nightclub on Hudson Street. Benjamin Pinelo and Antonio Aldana were involved [...]
Official Independence Day ceremonies were held countrywide, but in San Ignacio, the day was tainted by violence. There were two stabbing incidents at the same venue on Hudson Street in [...]
Just at about the same time that Korea was making that donation, the Police Department was also receiving a significant contribution. Four businesses teamed up to provide the department with [...]
There was a fatal accident involving an officer attached to the British Army Training and Support Unit Belize, BATSUB. Police visited the Dream Light Nightclub at mile one and half [...]
The August tenth decision of the Supreme Court on Section Fifty-Three of the Criminal Code has led to some gay couples becoming more open about their domestic disputes and going [...]
Kris Staine has been identified as the off-duty police constable that fired a shot in the air as the carnival road march was coming to an end on Saturday afternoon.Â [...]
The last time we spoke with the Commissioner of Police, Allen Whylie, he was asked about the case on accused murderer William âDannyâ Mason. Whylieâs response was that it was [...]
Anthony went to trial and told the court that she was on her way home when police arrived at her house and the bullets were found under her house after [...]
Turning to the courtsâ¦forty-seven year old Romie Anthony and her two children â twenty-eight year old Amir and eighteen year old Brea â are finally free from jail after charges [...]
The teachersâ appearance on Independence Hill was peaceful and without trouble, but what happened after its conclusion wasnât. Belize City vendor and noted P.U.P. supporter Paul âChicken Dreadâ...
Pandemonium broke when the shot was fired, but many persons on the ground claim that more than one shot was fired and that it was not only the cop. Reports [...]
A rookie cop who discharged his licensed firearm as the carnival road march was winding down on Saturday is facing disciplinary proceedings. Police Corporal Kris Staine is accused of firing [...]
With all the activities planned for this weekend, Police are preparing for any eventuality. There are two different concerts that will be happening across the city; the wet fete, the [...]
The government has agreed to appeal a section of the ruling on Section Fifty-three of the Criminal Code on the issue of sexual orientation. That has opened a window for [...]
The Prime Minister said that he could not speak to why Candice Anderson was at the house where she was shot on Thursday. As it relates to the fight against [...]
On Thursday, we brought you the early developments in the shooting of Candice Anderson, the thirty-one year old daughter of Denise âSista Bâ Barrow, who is the sister of Prime [...]
THE Peopleâs National Party (PNP) says the controversial South West St Andrew Trust Limited (SWSAT) in Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Millerâs constituency is registered as a limited liability company. Local...
DIGICELâS two million Jamaican customers will, beginning today, take advantage of the companyâs newest prepaid offer â the âDouble Datâ Value Plan. Local News Fri, 16 Sep 2016 02:00:00 GMT PNP...
THE National Parent-Teacher Association of Jamaica (NPTAJ) yesterday commended the minister of education, Senator Ruel Reid, on the proactive action that resulted in the immediate acceptance of a 12-year-old student who...
SEVEN of the more than 30 police officers who had taken the Government to court, yesterday backed out of a suit which they filed in April against the attorney general and the commissioner of Police for their non-promotion...
THE National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) says one of the parties guilty of dumping at an illegal site in the volatile community of Bedward Gardens in August Town has stepped forward to cooperate with the...
Reverend Merrick âAlâ Miller was yesterday fined $1 million or 12 months in jail â a sentence that was greeted with shouts of âHallelujah! Thank you, Jesus,â from members of his flock grateful...