Confirmed: Taxi driver who ran over and killed Uber driver in Los Cabos has been arrested


The capture of the alleged murderer originated in the early hours of this Thursday, in Los Cabos

Los Cabos, Baja California Sur (BCS ). The morning of this Thursday, March 5, the capture of a taxi driver was confirmed, who is related to the murder of an Uber driver in the municipality of Los Cabos; This, a few days after the accused hit a civilian in Cabo San Lucas, who was identified as a partner of the digital platform.

“In our fight against impunity, the PGJE of Baja California Sur achieved sensitive apprehensions. One against the accused of the murder of the Uber driver and, another, the accused of femicide whose victim was found on November 10, ”said the governor of the state, Carlos Mendoza Davis.

The actions originated during the early hours of Thursday, when elements of the judicial commandments area intercepted a man identified as Juan José “N”, originally from MazatlanSinaloa.

The accident originated at dawn on March 1, in the hotel zone of El Médano in Cabo San Lucas, facts that were recorded in the security cameras of the area, also having the statements of the witnesses.

Taxista atropella a UBER en Los Cabos

? #IMPORTANTE: Hace días un conductor de Uber fue atropellado por un taxista en #LosCabos, pero dudan que sí fuera un accidente. Ahora, exigen justicia pues creen que hubo alevosía y ventaja.

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At the time, it was detailed that the alleged murderer was driving a van green, belonging to the taxi site of the Arc, which impacted the driver of Uber, who died minutes after arriving at the hospital.

In accordance with Article 13 of the National Code of Criminal Procedure, the individual is presumed innocent, as long as his or her responsibility is not declared by the judicial authority.

Finally, the agency urged citizens to report any illegal act or suspicious activity to the telephone number 800 47 45 32 27 or through the mobile application DAC PGJE BCS.

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