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Micah Goodin’s and Tarique James’s gun licenses revoked by COMPOL

Police Commissioner Chester Williams has revoked the gun licenses given to former Belize City Deputy Mayor Micah Goodin and Tarique James. This comes after both men were involved in a shooting incident in Belize City on May 14.  Listeners will remember that Goodin and 25-year-old Tarique James were hanging out with some friends at an establishment on Newtown Barracks early that Saturday morning. Police said that 29-year-old Kenyon Wilson approached the deputy mayor, who had an exposed pistol. Wilson says as he was approaching Goodin, the deputy mayor got into his vehicle and left. That’s when someone in Goodin’s backseat fired three shots, prompting Wilson to return fire. James was reportedly the one in Goodin’s backseat firing shots in the air. Shadow councilor, Taye Medina, who was also in Goodin’s vehicle at the time, received a minor injury in the incident. Since then, Goodin resigned as Deputy Mayor of Belize City and has been replaced by Allan Pollard.