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Tabasco teen involved in Cancun loansharking arrested for murder

Cancun, Q.R. — A 19-year-old teen has been taken into custody in relation to the murder of a Colombian woman in Cancun earlier this month. Police found the body of an adult woman in a green area February 8 after residential reports.

At the scene, the body of the deceased, identified as Colombian Mily “N”, was found shot to death. Her body was dumped in a green space in SM 322 after being reported last seen February 7.

On Monday during a press conference, state authorities reported that 19-year-old Génesis Alondra ‘N’ from Tabasco was arrested February 15 for her connection to the murder.

“On February 15, the Investigative Police forces, in collaboration with the State Police, carried out the arrest of Génesis Alondra ‘N’, a 19-year-old girl from Tabasco, for her alleged participation in the aggravated homicide of Mily ‘N’, of Colombian nationality,” the FGE reported Monday morning.

The victim was last seen was on February 7 when she entered a residential building where Génesis Alondra ‘N’ allegedly lived with her boyfriend. All three are reported to have been involved in loansharking.

According to FGE investigations, Génesis and her accomplices discovered that Mily had been diverting funds from the business.

Mily’s lifeless body was discovered the next day, February 8, in a green area on Chac Mool Avenue with eight 9-millimeter caliber bullet wounds in the back, shoulder and chin.

A Cancun judge has ordered Génesis Alondra ‘N’ to remain in detention during her trial.