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UNITED DEMOCRATIC PARTY
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88,040 / 58.83%
548 / 0.37%
820 / 0.55%
 
 

Shemar Castillo granted bail

20-year-old, Shemar Castillo, who appeared in court on crutches, was granted bail in the sum of seven thousand dollars plus two sureties of three thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars after being charged with attempted burglary at the home of a police officer. Gilllett was represented by attorney Norman Rodriguez when he appeared in court today before Justice Colin Williams who granted him bail on stringent conditions that he must be indoors from 10pm until 5:30am, he must report to the Mile 8 police station every Monday, he is not to contact any of the victim or victims in the case, and he cannot leave the jurisdiction without permission of a judge of the Supreme Court.  On Tuesday, March 19, Castillo along with 22-year-old, Stanley Flowers, 31-year-old Deon Baltazar, and 27-year-old Whitfield Fisher, residents of Sunset Park were arraigned in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court on aggravated assault of the police officer, Jacinto Roaches and attempted burglary of a police officer’s home located in the Sunset Park area at Mile 8 Community. Castillo is the last of the four arraigned in the matter to be granted bail. The group of four men are due back in the Belize City Magistrates Court in May.