An invaded property was the scene where a young Yucatecan decided to take his own life, after his wife said she was tired of his addiction to alcohol and drugs.
The couple argued on the evening of Monday June 10th, because the young man was constantly arriving home drunk and under the influence of drugs. After the fight, the woman left the property and went to her mother’s house, where she spent the night.
On Tuesday morning, she returned home, and found her 24 year-old husband hanging with a rope around his neck. The suicide occurred in a house located in Umán, near the exit to Dzibikak.
Relatives of the young man showed up at the scene, and declared that the property is owned by the victim’s half sister, but that he invaded it allegedly to live there with his wife and children.
The State Investigative Police showed up to conduct the corresponding investigations.
The Yucatan Times Newsroom with information from Yucatan Ahora
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