Murder Victim’s Firearm found Print E-mail
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Thursday, 12 September 2013 00:00

Daniel Aguirre and Noel torresPolice have recovered a firearm that was the property of Daniel Aguirre, 2011 KTV winner, who had been killed and burnt inside his taxi in Teakettle. Police found the remains of Aguirre inside the vehicle on Saturday morning on a road in the village.

Aguirre had been engaged to take some persons on a charter on Saturday and was not seen since.

On Monday September 9th police conducted a search at the residence of 49-year-old Miguel Dominguez of Arizona Area, Teakettle Village where they found a 9 millimeter pistol, CZ-75 with 20 live rounds of ammunition. Present at the time of the search were Noel Alexander Torres, 29, salesman of 7006 Antelope Street in Belize City; Blanca Dominguez, 41, domestic of Teakettle Village, and Miguel Dominguez.
The firearm police recovered was owned by Torres and was in his possession before his death.

Police have since arrested and charged all three persons for keeping an unlicensed firearm and ammunition and handling stolen goods. the crime of Kept Firearm and Ammunition without a gun licensed and Handling Stolen Goods. He appeared in Magistrate’s Court in Belmopan and were remanded to prison.