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2 wanted persons for murder arrested

By RPCRD, Police Regional Office 8
January 24, 2012

CAMP RUPERTO KANGLEON, Palo, Leyte  –  PNP PRO8 scored again in fighting criminal elements in the region as its operatives hauled to jail two notorious suspects for Murder.

A wanted person was collared by Capoocan Police led by SPO4 Felipe Perante on Sunday, January 22, 2012 at Sitio 77, Barangay San Joaquin, Capoocan, Leyte.

Arrested person was identified as Gregorio Olila Mollare alias “Euterio Arcilla’ and “Gringo”, 60 years old, widow, jobless and a resident of said place. He was arrested by virtue of the warrant of arrest issued by Honorable Crisostomo L Garrido, Presiding Judge of RTC Branch 13, Carigara, Leyte for the Crime of Murder docketed under CC number RTC-2011-132CR and was immediately brought to Capoocan Police Station for documentation prior turn-over to the court of origin.

Another murder suspect was arrested on Saturday, January 21, 2012 at Barangay Jinatad, Catarman, Northern Samar by the joint elements of Catarman Police led by PCInsp Federico N Sanchez, Chief Of Police and some members of Philippine Army led by PFC Bernard Handog.

Suspect was identified as one Marlon de Guia Eroma, 30 years old, married and a resident of said place. He was arrested by virtue of WOA issued by Hon. Alama Consuelo Desales Esidera, Presiding Judge of RTC Branch 20, Catarman, Northern Samar for the Crime of Murder docketed under CC number 5017. Subject person was brought to Catarman Police Station for proper disposition prior turn-over to the court of origin.

PNP Chief Nicanor Bartolome declares that the PNP will continue to hunt down wanted personalities and let them answer for their crimes in the courts of law. “At the end of the day, they must pay for the crimes they committed and allow justice be accorded to the victims”, he added.