A 41 year old man was shot in broad daylight on Saturday morning in a popular part of Chetumal, for whose acts the State Judicial Police started the investigation for the crime of murder with a firearm.
Although not officially reported that the murdered person was dedicated to the sale of drugs, the van in which he was driving belonged to the brother of Janet and Lucy Acosta Huesca, also known as the "Narco Queens" who are fugitives after escaping justice in 2009.
It was in October 2009 when the delegation of the PGR in the state, received an anonymous call alerting authorities about a drug shipment would be transported from Chetumal to Cancun, so, prosecutors instructed the federal police to to locate a pickup truck.
The complaint stated that on that vehicle would be moved drugs to Cancun, and it was only a matter of hours for the colony Fovissste of Chetumal, departed the shipment. Indeed PGR found the truck located outside the home marked with the number 45 Rufo Figueroa Street, which belongs to the sisters Acosta Huesca and who to this day remain at large and are said to be hiding in Belize.
Regarding the murder, the director of Expert Services of the PGJ, Sergio Gómez Izquierdo, said that in the van contained four gunshot holes and the scene left three 9mm caps.
Reported that the apparent cause of death was head trauma from firearm projectile and preliminarily determined that the victim received three hits in the face which had occipital exit at the right side, which caused his death.