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Police Report


sagui20-year-old Guatemalan National, Marvin Leonel Shoy Sagui was arrested and charged by the San Pedro Police for theft on Thursday, March 19th. Further checks with The International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) revealed that Sagui is wanted in Guatemala for the crime of murder. After facing charges in Belize, Sagui will be handed over the Guatemalan authorities.
Found Property
Found DrugsOn Wednesday, March 18th about 1:50PM, based on information received, San Pedro Criminal Investigation Branch and Gang Suppression Unit Personnel visited a small wooden un-painted structure, which is about four feet off the ground, in the San Mateo Area. At the time, the house was locked and no one was in the area. Upon gaining entry inside the house they observed that the house was an open area without any partition. On the floor of the house was a piece of black plastic which contained an amount of brown dry substance suspected to be cannabis. A further search was conducted, which led to the discovery of a black garbage bag which when opened, revealed ten compressed parcels wrapped in transparent tape. Each parcel contained a green leafy vegetable substance suspected to be cannabis. Also above the beam of the roof a 7.62 round of live ammunition was found. A further search was conducted on another wooden structure located about 100 feet from the first wooden structure which led to the discovery of four compressed parcels wrapped in transparent tape containing a white powdery substance suspected to be cocaine. Nobody was found in the area. The areas were photographed along with the drugs. All the suspected drugs were taken to the San Pedro Police Station to be weighed and labeled.
At the station, the suspected cannabis was labeled as parcel #1 to #10 and then weighed. The following are the weights: parcel #1- 1.940 pounds (lbs), parcel #2- 1.940 lbs, parcel #3- 1.962 lbs, parcel #4- 1.940 lbs, parcel #5- 1.913 lbs, parcel #6- 1.896 lbs, parcel #7- 2.050 lbs , parcel #8- 2.039 lbs, parcel #9- 1.940 lbs and parcel #101 1.940 lbs. The suspected dry brown loose substance was weighed which amounted to 2.425 lbs. The parcels containing white powdery substance suspected to be cocaine was labeled as parcels #1 to #4. The weight is as follows: parcel #1- 2.161 lbs, parcel #2- 2.513 lbs, parcel #3- 1.675 and parcel #4- 1.819 lbs. Total weight of suspected cannabis is 22.028 lbs and total weight of suspected cocaine is 8.168 lbs equivalent to 3,705 grams. All suspected drugs were labeled as found property along with the 7.62 live round of ammunition.
Selling Liquor without a License
11040666_901405976557376_965590295_nOn Tuesday, March 17th at about 7:30PM, Police Constable 1233 A. Reed and Corporal 278 Mark Martinez, visited Jerri John Restaurant and Bar located on Marina Drive. Upon their arrival Martinez observed two customers around separate tables, consuming what they suspected to be alcoholic beverages. Martinez immediately inquired as to who was the owner of the establishment. The owner, 39-year-old Guatemalan Jose Trigueros was asked to present his license to sell liquor, whereby the owner was unable to produce any. He was immediately informed of the offence committed and was warned for a summons. A total of 12 cases of Belikin Beer, 1 case of Lighthouse beer, 25 bottle of Belikin Stout, 14 bottles of Guinness Stout, five bottles of black Ice Smirnoff, 1 3/4 quart of triple Sec. Liquor and 1/4 Litre of Caribbean gold were all confiscated and taken to San Pedro Police Station. The items were photographed as exhibit.

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