Tattoo artist from Belize living in Cancun shot for refusing to sell drugs

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The tattoo artist identified as Paul Donald “N”, of Belizean origin, was shot Wednesday night, January 26th, by a solitary hitman after allegedly refusing to sell drugs at Supermanzana 259, in the city of Cancun, Quintana Roo.

(CANCUN, Q. ROO – TYT).- The attack occurred at 7:54 p.m. when the 911 emergency number received a report of a person injured by a firearm on Palma Guinea street, in the Las Palmas subdivision .

The police agents in Benito Juárez received the notification via radio about the armed aggression and went to the site to investigate the facts.

Upon arriving at the address indicated with the number 80, they confirmed that a man was seriously wounded by a bullet.

A medical unit arrived at the site who provided first aid to Paul Donald “N”, originally from Belize, 40 years old and a tattoo artist, who presented at least one bullet in the back .

For this reason, they transferred the Belizean to the Jesús Kumate Rodríguez General Hospital for his medical evaluation. In addition to that, the victim was under police protection.

According to unofficial information, he was a solitary hitman of medium build and dark complexion, who wore a white shirt and blue jeans, came to Paul’s home and with lies made his victim leave his home, immediately afterwards, he fired four times against him.

Immediately, the tatto man threw himself to the ground and crawled to take shelter in his home, later, he called the emergency services.

According to the victim, it is known that in 2002 he sold drugs, in 2005 he was arrested by the police and spent six years in jail, obtaining his freedom in 2011.

However, he was recently “invited” to continue in the narcotics sales business, but he refused, being the main line of investigation of the attack.

Criminal experts located and recovered four 9mm caliber shell casings at the scene.

 

The Yucatan Times
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