Rumanian mafia boss kicked out of Cancun
Cancun, QR – On Thursday, the FGE announced the detention of Florian Tudor, the alleged Romanian mafia boss. The Fiscalía General de la República (FGR) said Tudor had been taken into police custody and deported under a pending arrest warrant in Romania.
The 43-year-old, who resided in Cancun, is believed to be from the town of Craiova and, according to Romanian authorities, is the leader of the Riviera Maya gang. Tudor has been in the news in recent years for its alleged involvement in the ATM banking systems of Cancun and the Riviera Maya, among other illicit activities.
In the press release, the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic announced that its elements “have completed a provisional arrest warrant for extradition purposes issued by a controlling judge against Florian T. More information soon.”
Later in a full statement, the FGE said: “Florian T was arrested today by staff of the Prosecutor’s Office, pursuant to a request for detention for extradition purposes, made by the Romanian government, for organized crime crimes, extortion and aggravated attempted homicide, all of which was processed and obtained by the Office of the Public Prosecutor of the Republic, before a supervising judge of the North prison. “
They added that during the arrest, an agent of the Federal Public Prosecutor’s Office was physically assaulted by Florian T.
In February of this year, the Financial Intelligence Unit of the Ministry of Finance reported the discovery and freezing of 79 bank accounts suspected of being linked to card cloning in the Cancun, Riviera Maya area.
The unit said the 79 individual and corporate accounts were likely part of a Romanian mafia group known to clone cards through ATMs, adding that the group has been particularly active in the Cancun, Riviera Maya area for many years. years.