Three Cuban dissidents land in Isla Mujeres


Municipal police officers of Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo, reported the arrest of three Cuban nationals after they were detected landing on the east coast of the island in a small wooden boat.

The Isla Mujeres Police Department announced that the arrests were made at 8:45 a.m. after responding to a citizen report denouncing the wooden boat and its passengers.

Police were notified by a resident of Isla Mujeres who reported seeing the men leave a “small boat” abandoned on the east side of the island.

When the local police arrived, they located the wooden boat as well as its three occupants.

All three, 26-year-old Raidel G, 28-year-old Osmel C, and 26-year-old Rosniel R were detained by Isla Mujeres police officers and taken to the National Institute of Migration (INM) office, where they were turned into the hands of Mexican Immigration authorities.

The boat has been secured by the Captaincy of Puerto Juárez.

Source: Noticaribe