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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Belmopan (Belize), Ongoing Criminal Threats
This Security Message is to inform U.S. citizens residing and traveling in Belize of ongoing threats of crime and an increase in sexual assaults in Belize. The crime threat in Belize is high. Random and organized crime is endemic throughout the country. U.S. citizens have not been singled out by reason of their nationality, but are subject to the same threat as all other persons in Belize. As always, we remind you to take normal precautions to ensure your personal security.
There has been an increase in sexual assaults in Belize. While the primary targets have been younger females walking alone at night, assaults have also occurred during home invasions. U.S. citizens should also be vigilant while driving on the Intelco/Mountain View hill in Belmopan. Local criminals target vehicles traveling up this hill at night and surprise the occupants and rob/assault them. In the most recent incident, a couple was robbed and assaulted, and their vehicle stolen. (Click link below for more details.)
There MAY BE VERY graphic photographs that accompany some articles in the body of this report. It is not our intention to sensationalize. We include these photos in order to give to you, the American public, a clearer understanding of the seriousness of the situation in Mexico and Central America.
**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity. Some items may be from notirex.com, lapoliciaca.com or historiasdelnarco.com. Some incidents of violence may not be included here due to the large number of death reports.
A municipal police woman was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds early Monday. Viridiana Valles Serrato, 27 years , is the second member of the Municipal Police killed by criminals, with a January attack on Officer Juan Jose Ruiz Adame outside his home. Meanwhile, former Director of the department, Dario Urzua, was the victim of an attack in May this year.
Federal authorities confirmed the discovery of two men executed near the community of Las Mercedes. Both had been shot in the head and a narco message was left.
Four people have been killed in separate attacks in a 24 hour period on Tuesday. The first killed an 18 year old man, and wounded his minor girlfriend with him. The other 3 were killed in 2 separate incidents. Two of the 4 dead have been identified.
On Tuesday night at about 8:20, a grenade was thrown at the television station Televisa. There was only property damage. The same station has been attacked 3 other times this year.
On Wednesday afternoon at about 5pm, a group of gunmen opened fire on 2 houses. The result was 6 dead, including a baby just a few months old, the mother, and 4 others. Inside one of the houses, police discovered drugs, rifles and ammunition.
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEÓN
After the arrest of 4 police officers with fisheries. authorities located a narco camp and a grave with human remains. There were signs of bodies being burned. There was also a stolen pick up and a burned car.
Top Zetas Cartel Leader ‘El Lazca’ Killed, Mexico Navy Confirms
(It is actually the Mexican Marines when the Navy is referred to.)
Mexico says kills top Zetas drug lord but body snatched
Feared Gang’s Chief Rose From Elite Military Ranks
Mexico Says Prints Identified Zetas Boss Before Body Disappeared
With Mexican drug lord’s body missing, his grandiose mausoleum must wait
“Chapo” Guzman emerges as the big winner after Zetas leader’s death
Lazcano ‘Death’ May Hasten Zetas’ Decline
(Key word: MAY.)
The Eerie Logic of the Zetas Cartel’s Most Infamous Actions
Mexico Posts Inflation Rate of 0.44% in September
Calderon and Peña Nieto Discuss Mexico’s Economic Challenges
10 Suggestions for Peña Nieto’s First Year in Office
Archaeologists Discover 1,300-Year-Old Tomb in Southern Mexico
Mexico: Authorities urged to end torture epidemic
Police official in Mexico held in case of politician’s slain son
Suspect charged in Chihuahua activist Marisela Escobedo’s death
5 Things You Didn’t Know About the U.S. – Mexico Relationship
“Working together…may also mean that less feel the need to cross the border.”
Parenting in Mexico: Families’ fear tested in ‘virtual kidnappings’
Deaths from diabetes up sharply in Mexico
The world’s 10 deadliest cities
Rocks, bags of urine fly as Costa Rican students demand right to photocopy
Climate change to hit Central America’s food crops
Colombian Police Seize $1.8 Million in Counterfeit Bills
Seven Hurt in Shootout Between Rival Unions in Argentina
Hugo Chavez names Nicolas Maduro as his vice-president
Argentina, Chile Consider Giant Tunnel Through the Andes to Speed Trade
FARC Guerrillas Arrive in Cuba for Peace Talks
Argentine Court Blocks Abortion for Rape Victim
Coffee sector marches throughout Colombia
US, Peru Boost Military Ties to Fight Terrorism, Drugs
Brazil: new military campaign launched at borders
Guyana increasing gold mining and export
Cuba culture trips back on as licenses are renewed
Over 500 Dominican police, soldiers dismissed for drug ties in 5 years
Puerto Rico now home to Caribbean’s largest solar plant
Border Patrol Tragedy Reminds Us of Job’s Dangers
Authorities remain tight lipped in shooting death of agent Nicholas Ivie
Utah flags lowered for border agent’s memorial
Taylor to Speak on Border Violence
(NAFBPO’s Vice Chairman.)
UNODC: Less drug trafficking often means more violence
Sheriff Larry Dever’s autopsy results in more questions than answers
Mexican drug cartels flood U.S. with cheap meth
Violent street gang: US targets finances of MS-13
Americans less threatened by immigration: Survey
Mexican journalists seeking protection from drug-related violence run into U.S. bureaucracy and stereotypes
Puerto Rico judge rules bedridden voters in US territory can mail in ballots for first time
Hispanics in New York State Will Be Able to Vote in Spanish
JBS, ICE agree to collaborate
Program to detect fraudulent papers
Rubio, Bondi Tackle Human Trafficking Pandemic
Counties and cities send mixed messages on immigration
ICE Spares Illegal Alien with Fake Green Card, Social Security, Expired License
Pinal sheriff to use volunteer posse against drug smugglers
13 undocumented immigrants rescued by border patrol in the Coastal Bend
Border Patrol weekend pot seizures total over $3 million
Border Patrol: Kids found in drug-laden vehicle
Border Patrol agents find ancient artifacts while on patrol
Man arrested after assault rifles, heroin found inside home
Border Patrol agents shoot at man driving stolen car
Presidio Border Patrol Make Another Large Drug Bust
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