Army finds stolen USAID container with water for Haiti and arrests Dominican woman
A container the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) loaded with drinking water, which was stolen by a group of thieves who then tried to sell it in the market, was intercepted by Army Intelligence, which recovered it and arrested one suspect in the case.

The container, rented from `JJ Trailer Express' containing 1,800 crates of bottled water, was found in the community El Abanico, in Constanza (Central).

The container, part of the donations headed to Port-au-Prince, was heisted by the group headed by a Dominican woman identified as Cristina Guzmán, who is being interrogated in the Police Grand Theft Division.

Go back | Date: 05 Feb 2010
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