20 women victims of trafficking are rescued after shooting in a Cancun bar

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The arrest was made after firearm detonations were reported inside the establishment.

The Quintana Roo Secretary of Public Security (SSP) reported the rescue of 20 women who were victims of human trafficking inside the Bahamas bar in Cancun.

It was during the week of March 29 to April 4 that the arrest of 531 people was made available to the investigative authorities.

These arrests were achieved thanks to the coordination of the three levels of government and have been of great relevance, such as the seizure of 10 subjects linked to crimes against health in their modality of drug dealing in the property, located in super manzan 95.

The arrest was made after firearm detonations were reported inside the establishment. The rapid action of the police allowed the arrest of several subjects with short firearms, various doses of narcotics, three vehicles and two motorcycles.

They reveal more arrests related to crimes against health

In other events related to crimes against health, the police arrested Cristian ‘N’ and José Manuel ‘N’, who were linked to the homicide report that occurred on April 3 in the hotel zone.

43-year-old Macario ‘N’ was arrested for illegally carrying a firearm. He was detected by the police thanks to a direct report to the 911 emergency number about the circulation of a suspicious vehicle in Super manzana 4.

Upon reviewing the individual firearms license card that he presented, it was confirmed that it was apocryphal.

These security actions have allowed the seizure of various doses of marijuana, cocaine, crack, crystal, LSD and pills. In addition, nine short arms, 120 cartridges and seven chargers of different calibers were seized.

Source: SIPSE