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Car dealer charged for after being stuck at border

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There is currently no word on the whereabouts of Guillermo Foreman. The Belizean car dealer was detained by police after he tried to enter the country through Santa Elena, Corozal District.

There is currently no word on the whereabouts of Guillermo Foreman. The Belizean car dealer was detained by police after he tried to enter the country through Santa Elena, Corozal District. Foreman had previously been trapped on the Belize side of the Chactemal Bridge since May 8, which is two days after he left Texas, USA with two vehicles that he drove down. Yesterday, the Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams, stated that Foreman was to be tested for COVID-19, and if he is negative for the virus, he would be charged and taken to court.  Today, he was asked for an update on the case, but up to news time, he has not responded.  We have tried contacting Foreman on his cellular phone but our attempts have been futile.

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