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policeTwo weeks ago we reported about forty six year old Gloria Alvarez, a naturalized Belizean taxi driver of Orange Walk Town who was assaulted by two individuals on Friday June 17th at about 11:00 p.m. on the Yo Creek Road.


And while we had informed you that one of the individuals, Alma Solangel Hernandez, a resident of 66 Princess Diana Street was arrested and charged with ‘robbery’, today we can tell you that fifty year old Albert Jerry Guy, a Belizean fisherman of Orange Walk Town, has also been arrested and charged by authorities for ‘robbery’.


Reports indicate that Alvarez had been chartered by Hernandez and Guy who had asked to be taken to the village of Yo Creek, however, before arriving at the village Guy reportedly pulled out a screw driver and placed it on Alvarez’s neck ordering her to give up her car keys or she would be killed if instructions were not followed.


Alvarez allegedly began struggling with both individuals and managed to escape from the vehicle and in an attempt to defend herself from her attackers; she grabbed a machete that was near the driver’s seat and as a result inflicted chop wounds to the right side of Albert Guy’s face and one to his right hand, amputating the tip of his middle finger.

Alma Hernandez was granted bail with a surety of one thousand five hundred dollars while Albert Guy was denied bail and was remanded to the Central Prison until his next court hearing which is scheduled for August 29th, 2016.

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