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Police Officer Honored Out West

Our final story tonight is one of commitment and service. The Police Department bids adieu to one of its finest after three decades of service. Correspondent Fem Cruz reports.Fem Cruz, Cayo Correspondent: Corporal Marcelino Rash had served in the police department for the past thirty one years. He is now retiring and his colleagues held a short farewell ceremony for him at the new Roaring Creek Police Station. Superintendent of Police Denroy Barrow, Officer in Charge of Roaring Creek Village, spoke to Love News about Rash’s contribution to the department.

Denroy Barrow, Officer in Charge, Roaring Creek Police

Denroy Barrow, Officer in Charge, Roaring Creek Police: “We are gathered to celebrate the retirement of a committed and well disciplined member of our great Belize Police Department. As we all know that just one day as a police officer is not an easy task much less to see thirty one full dedicated years of service, that is what Mr.Rash Corporal 402 has contributed, thirty one long years of service to this prestigious department. This is indeed a tall order and so on behalf of the Commissioner of Police, his senior staff and other members of the Roaring Creek and the wider Belmopan formation I want to thank Mr.Rash for his thirty one years of service. I also want to thank his family for without them this would not have been possible.”

Fem Cruz, Cayo Correspondent: “Love News also spoke to the happy retired police officer Rash.

Retired Corporal Marcelino Rash

Retired Corporal Marcelino Rash: “I am no longer a police officer but the saying goes a policeman is always a policeman so I’m happy today and I really went through thirty one years in the department.”