Cancun, Q.R. — An American man found entering Mexico with a handgun is waiting sentencing. Over the weekend, Soren “P” was arrested inside the Cancun International Airport after Customs located a weapon.
Soren “P” had arrived from Dallas and was in the process of having his luggage scanned when agents noticed the gun. National Guard took him into legal custody inside Terminal 3 of the Cancun Airport.
He has since been presented before a Cancun judge and found guilty of entering Mexico with an illegal weapon. He is now waiting sentencing.
In a statement, the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) of Quintana Roo, reported the conviction Monday, “a conviction against Soren “P”, of American nationality, for the crime of carrying a firearm,” but did not say what his sentence could be.
According to the police report, elements of the National Guard detained Soren “P” in Terminal 3 of the Cancun International Airport, who arrived on a flight from Dallas, Texas and who was detected in the RX band to have inside his suitcase a .45 mm caliber firearm and a magazine with eight useful .45 mm caliber cartridges, they reported.
Soren “P” remains jailed while local authorities determine his sentence.