Saturday, April 5th, 2014
Robbery, Forgery and Claiming Upon a False Document
Acting upon information received of a fight behind the San Pedro Roman Catholic Primary School sometime around 6:50PM on the Tuesday, March 25th, San Pedro Police visited the area where they found Justin Romsa, American businessman and owner of Mata Grande Grocery located 4.5 miles North Ambergris Caye and a resident of the same address. Romsa handed over a person identified as Eulalio Witz, 59 years old, Belizean mason of San Pablo Area, to the police along with some money and a Belize Bank Check #000646 dated March 25, 2014 in the name of Eulalio Witz for the sum of $875.
Initial investigation revealed that sometime around 2:50PM on the same day, Tamara Romsa, American businesswoman and co-owner of Mata Grande Grocery was giving Witz a lift from town to North Ambergris Caye of San Pedro Town and upon passing Lost Encantos, Witz pulled out a knife and took away her bag containing cash, personal documents and her check book and ran away. The check, American passport in the name of Tamara Romsa and other personal documents were recovered. Eulalio Witz was detained and is pending charges.
*Ezequiel Witz, Belizean Businessman of Bayside Area, San Pedro Town visited the San Pedro Police Station and reported that between 1AM and 5AM on Saturday, March 29th someone burglarized his business place, namely Olympics Gaming Center located on Angel Coral Street, San Pedro Town. Stolen items reported by Witz included: one Black Label whisky Liter valued at $160, one Absolute Vodka Liter valued at $90, one Jose Cuervo Tequila Liter valued at $90, cases of assorted Belikin Beers valued at $288, one Jukebox computer valued at $1,500 and an undetermined amount of cash. Police investigations continue. Any people with information that can lead to an arrest are asked to call the San Pedro Police Station at 206-2022 or visit the station.
*Nicolai Castro, an American citizen of Sting Ray Street, San Pedro Town visited the San Pedro Police Station and reported that on the Sunday, March 30th at about 11PM, he went to his friend house which is located two blocks away from his residence. On his return, home at around 6AM Monday, March 31st, he noticed that his home was burglarized. Upon making checks in his house he noticed that an assortment of electronic items, perfumes and women shoes valued at $4,030US was missing. Police investigations continue. Any people with information that can lead to an arrest are asked to call the San Pedro Police Station at 206-2022 or visit the station.
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