Law enforcement sources confirmed the arrest of Manuel Marin, 64, a former co-owner of Presidente Supermarkets – one of the fastest-growing Hispanic grocery chains in America – the Miami Herald reported.
In June 2011, Marin enlisted the help of a boxing promoter and two mixed-martial arts fighters to help kidnap Camilo Salazar after learning about his affair with Marin’s wife, police said. Salazar’s body was found beaten, with his throat slit and groin burned, on a dirt road near the Everglades Northwest Miami-Dade, the paper reported.
Alexis Vila Perdomo, a former MMA fighter, and Robert Isaac were also charged with murder, according to the paper. Ariel Gandulla, however, is thought to be living freely in Canada. The country has not yet agreed to extradite him, according to the paper.