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Screen_Shot_2014-02-06_at_8.29.14_PMToday more charges were added to Kevin Manzanero’s police record when he appeared before Magistrate Hurl Hamilton at the Corozal Magistrates Court.


On November 16th of 2013 Chinese businessman Jain Chang of College Road in the Corozal District, reported to police that around 1:30pm, two male persons wearing caps, entered the store where both men pointed what resembled to be firearms and accosted his worker Yan Chao Wu who was behind the counter.


Then men made off with approximately $1,800.00 in cash and nine cellular phones, 45 cellular batteries and an I phone all adding to a total value of $6975.00.


Since November 16th, the Corozal Police Department had a warrant for the arrest of 30 year old Kevin Midget Manzanero and one Alex Reed (Aka Cat).


Manzanero was detained early this year in San Ignacio Town where he was charged for robbery and for murder. With a removal order obtained, Manzanero was brought from prison to the Corozal Magistrates Court where he was formally charged for robbery.


Manzanero plead not guilty to the charge brought up against him, but due to the offense he was not granted bail and was remanded to prison until his next court date set for the 8th of May of this year.


Alex Reed is still at large and is considered to be armed and dangerous. Corozal Police are asking anyone with information that can lead to Reed’s arrest to contact the nearest police station.  

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