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Tulum man served warrant after forcing custody agreement

Tulum, Q.R. — A Tulum man has been arrested for allegedly forcing the mother of his child to sign a custody agreement. On Friday, the State Attorney General’s Office said elements of the Investigative Police served an arrest warrant on David Alberto “N”.

David Albert “N” was taken into custody “for his probable participation in the crime of vicarious violence against a female person of withheld identity,” they said.

“The events attributed to the defendant occurred on March 6 of this year, when the victim was forced to sign a custody agreement at the DIF Tulum in which she granted custody of her youngest daughter to David Alberto “N”,” the FGE reported in a statement.

The Prosecutor’s Office Specialized in Crimes against Women and for Gender Reasons reported that after determining custody, the accused abducted the minor, preventing her from living with her mother for which judicial authorities granted the arrest warrant, they explained.

David Alberto “N” was captured in the streets of Tulum.