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Former goalkeeper linked with kidnappings in Monterrey NL

08 Jan

Not good enough to play football he chose to become a gangster and kidnapper!

footballer who wasn't good enough becaomes a kidnapper

footballer who wasn't good enough becaomes a kidnapper

MonterreyNuevo Leon Authorities presented to Omar “El Gato” Ortiz, former goalkeeper of the Rayados of Monterrey, as a suspected member of a gang of kidnappers in San Nicolas de los Garza attributed the kidnapping of the husband of singer Gloria Trevi.

After his arrest last Wednesday, and then rumored to have been Kidnapped-State Research Agency (IEA) was introduced to the press as the one involved in several cases of kidnapping and said he was captured after the alleged confessions of other suspected criminals involved in these crimes.

Domene Jorge Zambrano, a spokesman for the Security of Nuevo Leon, said the athlete had participated in the selection process of future victims had access to high-level gatherings. Domene Zambrano said the accused confessed to being part of at least two kidnappings orchestrated by the band, and for those who have received around 100 thousand dollars each.

The former goalkeeper Rayados of Monterrey and three accomplices were presented last night as more suspected gang members who allegedly belonged to the Gulf Cartel. ‘s accomplices as “El Gato” Ortiz were identified as Cesar Acosta Canchola, 28, Luis Alberto Hernandez Tamez, 26, and Hector Eduardo Trevino Urban, of the same age.”

They also confessed to participating in the illegal deprivation of freedom of the husband of Gloria Trevi,” said Jorge Domene, a spokesman for State Security.

At a press conference, Domene, identified the leader of this group as Anibal Jorge Treviño Hernández, who also noted as narcodistribuidor and is a fugitive. Allegedly, he said, from a year ago “El Gato” Ortiz got involved with the band and after attending social events pointed to his accomplices abducted persons.

Their victims, he added, are merchants who have any kind of business and that the kidnappers demanded a ransom sums of up to one million pesos. He said that the Attorney General has about four complaints and urged citizens who have been victims of this band to denounce.

Omar Ortiz served as substitute goalkeeper Rayados of Monterrey, but in April 2010 announced that representatives of the club would be banned for two years after failing two drug tests.

Ortiz’s arrest stemmed from an investigation by the Attorney General (PGJ) state, after the capture of a band of kidnappers on Monday. The authorities described as suspicious the fact that the family of a young man has recently plagiarized friendship with former goalkeeper albiazul. Between Wednesday and Friday family circulated versions of “The Cat” in which it is claimed that he had been abducted from his home in the gated community of Anahuac Prival, 5 km from the state capital,

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One response to “Former goalkeeper linked with kidnappings in Monterrey NL

  1. Mary Brown

    01/09/2012 at 3:17 AM

    He is a scumbag but he only got 100,000 pesos for doing it, not dollars. Big difference!! lol

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