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A resident of August Pine Ridge was arrested and charged over the weekend for keeping unlicensed ammunition. According to authorities this is a common offense and cops are cracking down on the illegal holders.


selvinINSP. SELVIN TILLETT – OC, OW POLICE


“Orange Walk police were in patrol at August Pine Ridge where they conducted a search inside a white mazda pickup at the time driven by one Secundino Torres a Belizean labourer of August Pine Ridge whilst conducting a search inside the vehicle police found 17, 16 gauge cartridges in which a licence could not be produced by Torres, police further conducted a search at Torres residence and three more 16 gauge were found inside the house, Secundino Torres has been arrested and charged for kept unlicensed ammunition.”


Police say their relationship with the public has seen some improvement. Testament to that statement is the fact that based on information from the public raids and searches leading to the confiscation of firearms and ammunition have been carried out.

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