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Santiago.- The National Police and the Prosecutor's Office on Wednesday announced the confiscation of a cache of weapons and other equipment in a house in Los Ciruelos of López, near the sleepy town of Baitoa, on the province’s southern highlands.

National Police Cibao region spokesman Damian Arias said among the seized weapons figure several shotguns, revolvers, pistols and one assault rifle.

The official said several pistol clips, three rifle scopes, boxes of ammo, military two-way radio, camouflage uniforms and other gear were also seized, with one person arrested in connection with the case.

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Written by: juanb, 13 Aug 2014 1:22 PM
From: Dominican Republic

I'd love to know what makes a town "sleepy".
Written by: EDITOR, 13 Aug 2014 5:00 PM
From: Dominican Republic
Juanb, it's a place where nothing happens most of the time and even less the rest of the time. I'm from there, people sleep more than needed just to bide time...waiting for the few bucks from abroad.
Written by: Perception This user is banned, 13 Aug 2014 10:34 PM
From: United States, § 12 - 'A' D'is'CI'P'L'E of P'L'at'O'.
W'hat "IT" Will Take Uncle "ISTop "SS".(?)

(MAL)"I"K"I" - "RA" Es (I) "GE" (IN) "TRE" (TI) "SOL" (IN).!!!

Khenti-Amentiu, which M E A N S "Foremost of the West'erners" — a reference to his Kingship in the land of the dead. 2- As Ruler of the DEAD, Os'iris was also sometimes called "King of the Living", since the Ancient Egyptians considered "The Blessed Dead The Living Ones". 3- Os'iris was considered (the brother of Isis).


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