Issue of May 13, 2018

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BCPO serves warrants vs 16 suspects in series of operation
by Ofelia C. Empian

The Baguio City Police Office has served warrants of arrest of several individuals wanted for rape and estafa along with other suspects with various cases during a series of operation from May 6 to 11.

Authorities served on May 7 the arrest warrant of Rodolfo A. Samidan, 41, for three counts of estafa, but the accused posted P18,000 for his temporary liberty.

On the same day, businessman Michael M. Ferrer, 29, was served a warrant of arrest at Kisad Road for a charge of estafa with bail amounting to P200,000.

The next day, police served the warrant of Wilfredo Q. de Asis, 42,  also for estafa while another warrant was also issued against a 40-year-old female at Dominican Road.

On May 10, police served the warrant of businessman Elizalde D. Moscola, 30, for three counts of estafa with a bail bond of P250,000. The accused was detained at the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology.

Three persons, including two female suspects aged 18 and 22 years old, were served their warrants on May 9 for theft. The female suspects posted bail.

Two persons were also served their warrants of arrest for rape, identified as Christian Honrado, 20, who was cornered by police at Km. 3 Asin Road on May 9; and Jerald A. Quinones, 20,  who was served in San Pascual, Tuba, Benguet on May 11.

Police served the warrant of arrest of Edwin Oraño for violation of the Anti- bouncing Check Law but he posted a bail of P5,000.   

On May 10, police served the warrant of Mark Adrian B. Padaoan, 22, for two counts of violation of Republic Act 7610 or the Anti-Child Abuse Law with recommended bail of P80,000.

Police served the warrant of arrest of Mariano Castulo, 64, at North Sanitary Camp for two counts of acts of lasciviousness; Reynald Juvinal Bie a.k.a. Nixsaw, 28 for violation of violence against women and children last May 10;  and Pascual B. Mangalip Jr., 34, at Honeymoon Road for reckless imprudence causing damage to property with recommended bail of P38,000.

A 28-year-old female posted P12,000 bail after she was arrested for serious physical injuries.

Meanwhile, BCPO personnel on May 11 seized one box containing 175 pieces of dynamite explosives and more or less 15 sacks of suspected sealed ammonium nitrate fuel, three sacks of unsealed ammonium nitrate fuel, suspected dynamite sticks, detonating cord, and safety fuse.

The operation conducted at San Carlos Heights in Baguio resulted in the arrest of Absolom Bautista, 47, a resident of Irisan.

BCPO personnel also served the warrant of arrest of one Thomasito Tinambakan Alfaro at Justice Hall for homicide with recommended bail of P200,000. The accused has posted bail prior to the serving of the warrant.

Also served warrant at Justice Hall on May 11 was Alvin Vinluan, 35, for RA 9995, which penalizes photo and video voyeurism,  and with recommended bail of P60,000.

A 25-year-old photographer was also arrested on May 11 at Happy Homes, Campo Sioco for reckless imprudence causing damage to property resulting in slight physical injuries.

S/Supt. Ramil Saculles, BCPO director, vowed that his men would be relentless in serving warrants of arrest against wanted individuals.

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