Posted: Thursday, September 13,2018. 3:00 p.m.CST.
By BBN Staff: Sebastian Nunez, a father of four, took to the media yesterday in an emotional fashion.
His son was detained by police and remanded to the Hattieville prison as a part of the police department’s public state of emergency initiatives in George and Banak Streets.
According to Nunez, on Monday while making his way to the Michael Finnegan Market, his son was detained by police.
He said that his son was merely coming to join him in his car washing business.
This son, according to Nunez, had recently completed examinations to join the Belize Defense Force (BDF) and was to return on September 20th to do his medical.
Thereafter he was to have returned in October to do training.
However, now, his son has lost that positive opportunity, he claims.
Deputy Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams, was asked for a comment on this report but he casually dismissed it.
“I don’t know if his son would have made it to BDF because BDF have a rigid system of recruitment where you have to do vetting,” he said.
He continued, ” I am not going to go down into nitty gritties as it relates to the activities that it is believed that Mr. Nunez’s child have been involved in but he knows what his children are involved in.”
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