Orange Walk police have arrested and charged three persons for the crimes of ‘Aggravated Burglary’, ‘Robbery’, ‘Aggravated Assault’, ‘Handling Stolen Goods’ and ‘Kept Unlicensed Firearm’. The arrests stem from a report made by a 65-year-old Salvadoran watchman of Camp 22, who told police that on Friday, while at a ranch that belongs to Jacobo Wall, a Belizean Mennonite of Shipyard village, he was repairing a gate when Alex Chan and Gudiel Madrid arrived and asked him for water; but after drinking the water, the two men attacked the watchman and held him on the ground with a machete pointed at his chest. One of the men then went inside the house and took a shotgun that belonged to Jacobo Wall. The culprits also took his a phone and a Meilun Motorcycle. Swift response of the Quick Response Team (QRT) at the village of San Felipe led to the recovery of all items stolen on the same day. Police detained Madrid and Chan, both residents of August Pine Ridge, and Israel Olivera , a resident of San Felipe Village. Reports are that the trio is also being investigated for a series of burglaries in August Pine Ridge, San Felipe, and Shipyard.