Tammy Peterson sought by Police for the crime of “Obtaining property by deception”
Friday, February 27th, 2015
48-year-old Eliceo Rivero, owner of Thunder Bolt Water Taxi and resident of Corozal Town, reported to the Corozal Police Department that on Thursday, February 5th at about 10:30AM he received a telephone call from phone number 610-0226, and when he answered the call, he heard a female voice on the other end, who identified herself as Tammy Peterson of San Pedro Town, and that she belonged to the San Pedro Junior Sailing Club. A conversation started between them where Peterson requested to obtain the complainant’s services to bringing a total of four small sailing boats from San Pedro to Corozal Town on Thursday, February 5th. Rivero agreed and told Peterson that the cost would be $400BZ as he will be charging $100BZ per boat. Peterson also requested that on Friday, February 6th the water taxi bring her and eight other passengers from San Pedro to Corozal and requested a discount. Rivero said he agreed and told Peterson that the cost will be an additional $400BZ to bring them for a total of $800BZ. She agreed to the cost. He informed her to make payments by 3PM on Thursday, February 5th, she agreed and said that she will have someone take the money to complainant’s boat captain, Miguel Dominguez. The boats, Peterson and the eight other persons were transported from San Pedro to Corozal Town. Up to present she has not paid the monies nor is she answering her phone. Corozal Police are seeking Tammy Peterson of San Pedro Town for the crime of “Obtaining property by deception”. The San Pedro Police have been informed of her offense, and their assistance has been requested.
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