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police_corozalIn the Orange Walk Magistrates Court today, one man was charged for communicating with a prisoner. Yesterday, about 8:30am, Officer Commanding the Corozal Police Formation, Superintendent Andrew Ramirez, was in his office located on the south end of the police department, close to the cell block area, when he heard someone talking. He made physical checks and noticed that a male person was talking to one of the prisoners, namely Francis Flowers. The person talking to the prisoner identified himself as Marvin Rancharan.

 

Ramirez cautioned the man that he was committing the offence of communicating with a prisoner, and placed him under arrest. The individual then confessed that his real name was Jason Jonathan Espinosa, 20 year old Belizean jockey of South End, Corozal Town. Espinosa was then charged for communicating with a prisoner and mischievous act. He was brought to the Orange Walk Magistrate's Court where he pled guilty on both charges and fined $100.00 on each count. The public is reminded that it is an offence to communicate with a prisoner without authority.  

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