After the complaint of a woman victim of trafficking, who was part of the "Cuatro Caminos" sect, the Quintana Roo District Attorney's Office was able to raid a house where they kept young people and children, as well as arrest the leader of this network of sexual exploitation of minors in the capital of Quintana Roo.
The Quintana Roo Prosecutor's Office stated that this complaint led to the investigation and dismantling of this pornography and child trafficking network.
During President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's morning press conference, the head of the Zero Impunity section, Ricardo Mejía Berdeja, announced the arrest of Javier "N", the alleged leader of the "Cuatro Caminos" sect, dedicated to the sexual exploitation of minors and other crimes.
According to the report presented in the morning conference, the sect operated under the name of "Cuatro Caminos" and it was after a search warrant was executed in a home, located in the municipality of Othón P. Blanco, that this network was disintegrated. In this operation, six minors were rescued from the place.
The arrest of the leader of the sect was reportedly made on the afternoon of Tuesday, June 22, in a house in the Flamboyanes neighborhood, in the city of Chetumal. Among the advances in the investigation, the Undersecretary of Security and Citizen Protection (SSPC) pointed out that the complaint was made by an elderly woman, a victim of trafficking who was recruited by this criminal cell.
It was also noted that the rescued minors were in unsanitary conditions and were not attending school. At the scene, the FGE secured several storage devices with child pornography material, electronic equipment, and cash. Ricardo Mejía noted Javier "N" has already been indicted and that the detainees were handed over to the state prosecutor's office.