Corozal Resident To Spend Years Behind Bars For Manslaughter Charge

Nineteen-year-old Corozal resident, Steven Williams was today sentenced to fifteen years in prison a...

Teen Who Stole Mom's T.V Charged With Theft

A nineteen-year-old from the village of San Lazaro here in the Orange Walk District today also appea...

Couple Calls Out Driver Who Crashed Into Their Vehicle To Come Forward

A couple survived a road traffic accident along the highway to the northern border, which occurred w...

Can Caribbean Sugar Make A Comeback?

An article in Forbes Magazine analyzes whether Caribbean sugar can make a comeback as a result of op...

  • Corozal Resident To Spend Years Behind Bars For Manslaughter Charge

    Thursday, 07 November 2019 02:13
  • Teen Who Stole Mom's T.V Charged With Theft

    Thursday, 07 November 2019 02:19
  • Couple Calls Out Driver Who Crashed Into Their Vehicle To Come Forward

    Thursday, 07 November 2019 02:22
  • Can Caribbean Sugar Make A Comeback?

    Thursday, 07 November 2019 02:26

No-ImageA team of officials from the Customs Department, Police Department and Anti-Narcotics Unit have been ‘camping out’ all-day at a business house in downtown Corozal Town. The business is Almacen Ashanti, owned by an Indian businessman. Officials have been at the said establishment since this morning and were carrying out their operation until late evening.


There were heavily armed officers guarding the doors and they literally shooed away anyone who attempted to enter the store for business. Curious individuals who stopped to take pictures of what was going on had to face the aggressiveness of officers who in turn took pictures of them and even their vehicles.


We asked the Police media relations department what is taking place at the business, but up to news time no information has been forthcoming.

Share this post

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