BDF Soldier to Face Trial for Assaulting Police Officers and Disorderly Conduct

BDF Soldier to Face Trial for Assaulting Police Officers and Disorderly Conduct

Twenty-six-year-old Belize Defense Force soldier Freddy Grijalva is set to appear in court in October on several charges. Grijalva appeared in court today charged with two counts of assaulting a police officer, one count of using threatening words, one count of using insulting words, one count of using obscene language and one count of disorderly conduct. He was given his disclosure, which included twenty-three pages of documentary evidence and a DVD. His trial will begin on October 24. He is accused of behaving disorderly at the Queen Street Police Station in November of 2022, where he allegedly committed the offenses. Grijalva is currently out on bail valued at two thousand dollars.

Related post

Government Sets July 17 for Toledo East Bi-Elections Following Honorable Mike Espat’s Passing

Government Sets July 17 for Toledo East Bi-Elections Following…

The election of a new Area Representative for Toledo East is imminent since the passing of Honorable Mike Espat.  Tonight we…
Tehje Vaughan Avoids Prison Time, Ordered to Pay $15,000 for Manslaughter by Negligence

Tehje Vaughan Avoids Prison Time, Ordered to Pay $15,000…

Tehje Vaughan will not be serving time in prison for the death of 30-year-old, Charles Alexander Cantun.  Instead, she has been…
Government and Unions Sign Delayed Collective Bargaining Agreement at House of Culture

Government and Unions Sign Delayed Collective Bargaining Agreement at…

Prime Minister John Briceno made an appearance today at the House of Culture as the government finally signed the Collective Bargaining…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *