The Gulf Cartel Wrote An Apology Letter And Turned In Five Members
The identities of the members have not been released, but one 24-year-old who is referred to as 'Jose N.' has been detained in connection to the incident.
Investigators are still working to figure out how and why four Americans were kidnapped in Matamoros, Mexico.
Investigators are still obtaining information on the kidnapping that occurred a week ago today. A letter was issued on Thursday by a Mexican gang that is believed to be responsible for the kidnappings.
The Gulf Cartel wrote a hand written letter that apologized to the society of Matamoros, the family of Areli, who is the Mexican citizen who was killed in the gun fire exchange, as well as to the affected American people and families.
The cartel group also handed over five of its members to local authorities.
The identities of the members have not been released, but one 24-year-old who is referred to as ‘Jose N.’ has been detained in connection to the incident.
The bodies of Shaeed Woodard and Zindell Brown were delivered to U.S. diplomatic authorities on Thursday as the two survivors, Latavia McGee and Eric Williams, returned to the U.S. on Tuesday and are being treated for injuries.