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Ghost Town Boss Charged for Association with Criminal Gang Print E-mail
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Thursday, 26 September 2013 00:00

Roger Samuel AnthonyThe alleged leader of the Ghost Town Crips, Roger Samuel Anthony, was deported to Belize from Pennsylvania, USA on June 27th of this year and on Independence Day he was arrested and charged with the offense of associating with a criminal gang.

Anthony left Belize with at least one case before the court. On February 15th he was arrested and charged with associating with a criminal gang. He pled not guilty to the charge and was granted bail. He fled the country sometime after but was later captured and deported to Belize. Upon his arrival, he was issued a compliance letter ordering him not to associate with any criminal gangs. However, on Saturday, September 21st, he was found associating with members of the Ghost Town Crips on Lakeview Street in Belize City and was arrested and charged for that offense.

Anthony appeared in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court on Monday, September 23rd. He was represented by attorney Kareem Musa and pled not guilty to a single charge of associating with a criminal gang. There was no objection to bail and Senior Magistrate Sharon Frazer offered it in the sum of $600 plus one surety of the same amount. Anthony was able to post bail and is due back in court on November 1st.
He also appeared in court before Magistrate Leslie Hamilton for the previous offense of associating with a criminal gang and the case was adjourned until October 24th. Anthony is no stranger to the court. He has faced numerous charges, including murder.