Features — 27 March 2013 — by Rochelle Gillett

Computer technician, teacher and unemployed remanded after police found 8 live rounds

Tonight three persons are remanded at the Hattieville Prison after police reportedly found eight 9mm live rounds of ammunition in their Belize City yard.

According to a police report dated today, Monday, at around 5:00 this morning members of the Gang Suppression Unit descended on a residence at #6 Casuarina Street to conduct a search for illegal drugs and firearms.

Present at the time of the search were Brian Myvette, 32, a computer technician; his wife, Daneen Myvette, 31, a teacher; and his uncle, 54-year-old Cecil Louis Gill.

According to police, when they searched the house, no illegal drugs were found, but they found a black plastic bag containing the live rounds in the yard.

Brian Myvette, Daneen Myvette and Gill were all represented by attorney Alifa Elrington Hyde when they pleaded not guilty to the charge.

Our sources say that the couple believes that it is a disgruntled family member who may have planted the bullets in the yard and tipped off police to get back at them.

However, due to the laws regulating firearms and ammunition, they could not be offered bail and were remanded to the Hattieville Prison until their next court date.

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