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Cuban pair charged with kidnapping of Cancun man

Cancun, Q.R. — Two men have been charged with the kidnapping of a Cancun man in April. On Friday, Yosbel Lázaro “N” and Roinel “N”, both of foreign origin, were charged “for their probable participation in events possibly constituting the crime of kidnapping committed to the detriment of a male person,” authorities reported.

“The events that they are accused of occurred on April 25 of the current year, when an anonymous call made to emergency 911 alerted the Secretariat of Citizen Security. Elements moved to an address located in SM 224 where upon arriving, they heard screams from a person asking for help and for them to stop hurting him.”

When police entered the home, the subjects tried to escape. Both Yosbel Lázaro “N” and Roinel “N”, reported to be of Cuban nationality, were arrested from the scene and officially charged with kidnapping.

During their hearing, the Cancun judge ordered both to remain in preventive detention for a term of two years.