According to lapalabradelcaribe.com.mx, after the capture of Jean Arnold “N”, alias “Dumbo”, alleged lieutenant of cartel leader “Doña Lety”, federal authorities are building the case against him, since he is considered as one of the main distributors of illegal substances in the state of Quintana Roo.
The arrest of this and two other armed subjects took place Monday morning Sept. 4 at ejido Alfredo V. Bonfil, by Municipal Police agents.
While on a surveillance route, the police officers detected two vehicles parked by the local graveyard, and three people to the side, drinking alcoholic beverages. As they conducted a routine inspection, police found the men were all carrying guns, and proceded to arrest them.
Authorities reported that in addition to the three firearms, two automobiles were also confiscated, along with 41 cartridges of various calibers, as well as 20,500 pesos in cash and seven cell phones.
With the apprehension of the aforementioned suspect, the Cancun Cartel continues to suffer losses, because its leader (“Doña Lety”) and her son, known as “The Dober”, are now detained and facing charges for federal crimes.
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