Issue of November 3, 2013
     
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Several wanted persons nabbed
by Dexter See

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – Thirteen wanted individuals, two of them top most wanted persons (TWMPs), were arrested in various parts of the region.

The two TMWPs in Calanasan, Apayao were arrested for murder with no bail recommended as per the warrant issued by Judge Quirino Andaya of the Regional Trial Court, Branch 26.

Apayao Provincial Director Albertlito Garcia identified the duo as Ailan Matias Oliva, 33, and his brother, Dominador, 20. Both farmers were arrested in their residence at Sta. Filomena, Calanasan.

Paul Camolo Estino, 46, miner, native of Lower Mangga, Itogon, Benguet, and wanted for frustrated murder was collared in his residence at Atok, Gumatdang, Itogon.

Ambros Kid, 26, a resident of Lamagan, Abatan, Buguias, was arrested for robbery committed along Cervantes Road, Poblacion, Mankayan.

A minor who is an out-of-school youth, a resident of La Trinidad, and was charged with robbery with violence and intimidation with a recommended bail bond of P100,000 was arrested in Goldfields Ucab, Itogon.

Four persons charged for estafa were arrested in the different places of the region.

They were identified as Concesa Peralta, a resident of Motorpool, Camp Allen, Baguio City; Grace Alod, 38, businesswoman; Rene Tianan, 46, a resident of Purok 18, Irisan; and Richard Cesario, 23, farmer, and a resi-dent of Mabatobato, Lamut, Ifugao.

Nelson Carganilla, 47, a resident of Palitud, Paracelis, Mountain Province, and was charged for rape and Jeoffrey Sarol Julaton, 26, a resident in Purok 2, Kias, Baguio City, and was charged with other forms of trespass were both arrested in their homes.

Police Regional Office-Cordillera-Director Benjamin Magalong reminded the tracker teams and arresting personnel to remain focused in upholding the rule of law and in accounting wanted persons in the provinces.


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