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Tonight, police are reporting that they have solved 3 burglaries in Corozal Town with forensic evidence.

On April 26, 2012, a principal of the Methodist school reported that the church and school were burglarized the previous day. A resident of Chula Vista, Corozal, reported that her house was also burglarized.

Police say that they arrested Magaleonie Hortencio Tzul of Corozal town, and his finger prints were taken and sent to the AFIS National Fingerprinting database, which matched the prints lifted in those burglaries.

As a result, police arrested and charged Tzul for 2 counts of burglaries, and he was arraigned and remanded to prison until January 29, 2013.

On August 20, 2012, the owner of a house in the Halls Layout of Corozal town reported that someone burglarized his house. The scene was processed by the authorities, and the fingerprints found were submitted to the AFIS database, which matched those belonging to Raymond Anthony Arthurs of Ontario Village in the Cayo District. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.

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What a great step in the right direction! Now let us hope the magistrate will be stern and not let these proven thieves off sith a light sentence or a slap on the wrist with community service.

I am sick and tired of being able to walk around town every day seeing known serial thieves out and about day and night.

Some say be lenient, kind and forgiving. Well we tried that approach and thefts in our town have i creased exponetially and then turned into burlaries of vacant homes and now e are seeing aggravated burglaries (while people are at home.). The criminals are now much volder as they know even if they are caught and charged they will likely only serve a few hours of community service.

I say let us draw the line. Lock these proven thieves up for a while. Let us clear the streets and towns and beaches of this scourge on society.

I know people think it is petty but I beleive that Mayor Danny's initiative of banning sagging pants is a first step in our town regaining respect on the streets.

I respect people that dress in clean and tidy clothes, who conduct themselves with dignity and self pride, those who seek to earn an honest day's pay for an honest day's work. A person that raises his/her kids with values that reflect integrity and kindness.

We have way too many criminals wandering around our island apparantly without a care in the world. It is time to get the criminals off the island. Homegrown criminals should head off to jail or rehab and all of the imports should be deported.

And before we hear the cries of racism- I am saying let's get rid of all the undesireable leeches and felons- whatever their race, creed or nationality.

We have tolerated way too much for way too long and now we are paying dearly for that lapse in judgement.

Business is improving in the tourism industry, I want to protect our guests, protect our customers, increase revenues and invest in a bright future for ourselves and our kids.

Each small positive step is a step closer to taking back our island from the parasites that we have been hosting.

Onwards and upwards.

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