Cancun, Q.R. — A meeting held between state representatives and the Attorney General revealed 138 arrests in one week. According to their press release, from October 25 to 31, 138 people were detained.
Of those, 52 were for drug-related crimes, 20 arrests were made for robberies, 11 for compliance with arrest warrants, and four for rape, among others.
The Attorney General also said that the meeting included consuls from 15 countries who were informed of local strategies being carried out regarding matters of security and law enforcement to ensure the safety of both locals and visitors.
During the roundtable held at the C-5 in Cancun, the Attorney General, Mtro. Montes de Oca Rosales explained that due to the concern of the diplomatic authorities about the recent Tulum event, State Public Security authorities along with personnel from the National Center for Intelligence and Tourism informed them of the new strategies as well as made an agreement to expand communication channels.
The Attorney General of the State of Quintana Roo says it fulfills its constitutional mandate to investigate criminal acts to locate and capture participants who violate the physical integrity of Quintana Roo residents and its visitors.