OWTC Awarded For Leading A Child Friendly Municipality

During Friday’s award ceremonies the Orange Walk Town Council was also awarded the Bronze level cert...

More Than 20 Thousand Dollars Of Scratch And Win Proceeds Robbed From Orange Walkeno

Orange Walk Police are tonight investigating an unusual case of robbery which was reported earlier t...

Argument Leads To Shots Fired In The Village Of Carmelita

Shots were fired in the village of Carmelita in the Orange Walk District on the evening of November ...

15 Year Old Trial Farm Resident Awarded By UNICEF

In honor of the thirtieth Anniversary of the signing of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. U...

Ambassadors Present Credentials To GG

Three ambassadors presented their credentials to the Governor General H.E. Sir Colville Young at the...

  • OWTC Awarded For Leading A Child Friendly Municipality

    Tuesday, 26 November 2019 02:03
  • More Than 20 Thousand Dollars Of Scratch And Win Proceeds Robbed From Orange Walkeno

    Tuesday, 26 November 2019 02:08
  • Argument Leads To Shots Fired In The Village Of Carmelita

    Tuesday, 26 November 2019 02:12
  • 15 Year Old Trial Farm Resident Awarded By UNICEF

    Tuesday, 26 November 2019 02:13
  • Ambassadors Present Credentials To GG

    Tuesday, 26 November 2019 02:16

Screen_Shot_2014-06-16_at_8.03.23_PMOn Friday Orange Walk Police managed to get their hands on a firearm not often found in Belize. We are talking about a .22 silencer which was discovered at a home in the Village of Trinidad.

 

The firearm was discovered on Friday morning at around 10:30 when police executed a search at the residence of 54 year old Julio Rene Amador. Present at the time of the search was 31 year-old Nayef Khodr Agha, a Lebanese National of Gentle Avenue Belize City and 31 year old Joel Armando Moh of corner Gentle and Meighan Avenues in Belize City.

 

The .22 silencer was found with its magazine containing (4) .22 rounds. Police also discovered (2) boxes of ammunition containing a total of 59 rounds of .22 ammunition and a vehicle oil filter adapted to be used as a sound suppresser for the firearm. 

 

Police say the silencer was adapted and made from a vehicle part. Police have formally arrested and charged Amador, Agha and Moh for the offence of kept unlicensed firearm and ammunition and kept prohibited material. 

Share this post

This content has been locked. You can no longer post any comment.