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Kidnapper working out of Cancun sentenced to 41 years in Mexican prison

Cancun, Q.R. — A man has been sentenced to 41 years in Mexican prison for kidnappings. The Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) reported on the sentencing of Eliseo “P” after being found guilty of kidnapping and aggravated kidnapping, mainly in Cancun.

The FGR reported that Eliseo “P” has been attributed to being a member of a criminal organization dedicated to kidnappings, mainly in Cancun. In July 2011, he pointed a gun at a victim and put her in a van before stripping her of her belongings and moving her to a safe house.

In July 2014, the arrest warrant for imprisonment against Eliseo “P” was executed at the Chetumal Social Reintegration Center. In September 2021, a conviction had been handed down, however, he filed an appeal.

Subsequently, and after complying with the corresponding procedures, a sentence of 41 years in prison was handed down against him in addition to reparation for the damage. He is currently an intern at the Federal Center for Social Readaptation 13 CPS-Oaxaca.