On Thursday February 26th, 2015 at about 9:30 PM, Corozal Police were on mobile patrol in the South End Area of Corozal Town and when patrolling on an unknown street in the mentioned area, their attention was drawn to a male person dressed in a 3/4 jeans pants and multi colored shirt on a bicycle.
The male person was stopped and he was informed that a search for drugs and fire arms would be conducted.
The Corozal Police would like to remind the entire business community of Corozal, especially the ones with licenses to sell alcoholic beverages that on election day, Wednesday March 4th, 2015, no one is allowed to sell any alcoholic beverage until after the ballot count is finished at the end of the night.
Anyone caught selling alcoholic beverages before such time will be facing a fine of $2,000.00 BZ.
On Tuesday February 24th, 2015, the Corozal Police’s Special Operations Team executed a house search on the strength of a warrant at the residence of one Rosa Lidia Funes, 61 year old Salvadoran Housewife of Ranchito Village.
Upon entering the house their attention was drawn to a wooden dining table located in the dining area of the house where a plastic bag containing green leafy substance suspected to be Cannabis was seen.
Eliceo Rivero, 48 year old Belizean Businessman and owner of Thunder Bolt Water Taxi and resident of Corozal Town reported that on Thursday February 5th, 2015 at about 10:30 AM he received a telephone call and when he answered the call he heard a female voice on the other end who identified herself to be one Tammy Peterson from San Pedro Town on Ambergris Caye.