In a statement, the PGR said that after investigations by the public prosecutor attached to the Deputy Attorney Specialized Investigation of Federal Crimes (SEIDF) last June 28 criminal charges were filed against businessman of Chinese origin for this offense .
The federal agency noted that a district court had denied the arrest warrant requested, so the Federal Public Ministry filed an appeal.
Therefore, on 1 October a federal court ruled the judge to revoke the resolution and order the arrest of Ye Gon, considering that the evidence gathered during the preliminary investigation is credited the offense referred.
The PGR said the investigation was initiated following a complaint lodged by the Tax Administration Service (SAT) against Ye Gon, in its capacity as sole director of the company “Unimed Pharm Chem Mexico”, imported illegally precursor chemicals on 35 counts.
However it was done under the cover of a fake license, allegedly issued by the Commission on Health Authorization Federal Commission for Protection against Health Risks (Cofepris), which caused damage to the federal treasury more than 10 million pesos.