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The three Coast Guards who were detained at the Corozal Police Station for alleged extortion are free on bail tonight. Twenty five year old Leslie Stains from Belize City, 32 year old Dubian Montero from Bullet Tree and 19 year old Rayliee Usher from Hattieville, were arrested and charged for extortion and have appeared in court twice says Officer Commanding the Corozal Police, Denis Arnold.

Screen_Shot_2015-09-07_at_7.55.36_PMDennis Arnold - Officer Commanding the Corozal Formation

“They were charged for extortion on Friday, they were granted JP bail and the order to comeback this morning for arraignment in front of the magistrate, I spoke to the mother and she explained that it is was fifteen hundred dollars and a surety of the same amount each.”

The officers were arrested after a sting operation took place in the Consejo area in Corozal Town that was enforced after Ricardo Rivero, a resident of Consejo Village in Corozal, reported to police that he was bringing approximately ten cases of beer from the Mexican side through the Chetumal/Corozal Bay when he was intercepted by the Coast Guards.


The individual claimed that the officers demanded money from him in order to avoid being detained and his goods

confiscated. So, he reported the matter to police and a sting operation was set in place. After the operation was carried out the Coast Guards were found in possession of an undisclosed amount of cash. The men are scheduled to reappear in court in December.

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