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Bloody weekend in Belize City: Four dead, one critical

Posted: Monday, September 18, 2017. 10:38 a.m. CST.

By BBN Staff: Belize City recorded yet another bloody weekend. Three persons were killed with another committing suicide after committing murder.

The first to be killed was Delsie Olivia Smith, 50.

Smith, the manager of AAA Security, was inside her workplace at around 7:00 p.m. on Friday when her boss, Robert Godfrey, 66, shot her once to the head with a .38 revolver.

Godfrey, owner of the AAA Security firm, then shot himself in the head.

Following that incident, there was peace until around 10:00 p.m. on Saturday when Miguel Bernardez, 51, was socializing with friends at a residence on Laura Dunn Street in Belize City and a man entered the yard and opened fire on him.

He was shot once to the head and died on the scene.

There was another shooting incident reported in Belize City last night.

Details are sketchy but BBN understands that the victim was standing outside a party in Buttonwood Bay in Belize City when someone opened fire on him.

The victim was shot multiple times. Sources close to his family have indicated that he died, however, police have not yet confirmed any information regarding this incident.

Aside from these fatalities, there was also a shooting on Elston Kerr Street in Belize City.

The victim, Scheffield Ysaguirre, 30, was walking when a gunman ambushed him. He was reportedly shot multiple times to the stomach. Police had indicated that Ysaguirre was in critical condition, however, no updates on his current status have been provided.

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