Posted: Wednesday, August 22, 2018. 5:06 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Since August 1st there have been 10 murders across the country of which 8 were men and 2 were women.
The first victim was killed on August 3.
He has been identified as Carlos Valdez, 50.
He was stabbed dead inside his bedroom at his home in San Pedro Town.
British filmmaker, Richard Foster, 74, was the next to have met a grim fate.
On August 7th he had been reported missing and before the day was over, he was found stabbed dead in Belmopan.
Roxanna Pop, 33, was also stabbed dead.
However, she was stabbed on August 9 on Central American Boulevard near a popular establishment.
Hours later on August 10th, Eugene Henderson Jr., joined the lost of persons who died as a result of violence.
After being shot two months ago in Roaring Creek, Cayo, he passed away while undergoing treatment.
On August 11th, Ronnie Daly, 32, was also stabbed dead on Rose Apple Street in Belmopan.
That same night, Franklin Tut, 19, was also stabbed dead inside a bar in Belmopan.
On August 14th Israel Tesecum, 25, joined this list.
He was at his home in El Progresso village when he was chopped dead.
On Sunday evening there was a double murder in Orange Walk.
Junior Triminio, 34, and Christopher Enrique Calderon, 18, were both shot dead outside the Louisiana Football Stadium in Orange Walk.
And the latest victim to suffer a violent death was Mariela Alpuche, 34.
She was choked to death by her common-law husband in Independence village during the wee hours of Monday morning.
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