Marikina carnap Suspects arrested in Guindulman

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Marikina carnap Suspects arrested in Guindulman

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Bohol police proved another fugitive from the National Capital Region wrong for thinking the green of Bohol can be a hiding place.

Personnel of the Intelligence Branch of Marikina City Police Station teamed up with police forces from Mabini, Guindulman and Candijay to corner two wanted persons from Marikina City.

The team was composed of PInsp. Angelito Valleser, PO2 Gilbert Amora, PO1 Jessie Auditor and PO1 Raphy Jotojot from Mabini police station; PInsp. Gerard Luna, and SPO1 Robin Lingotan from Candijay police station; personnel of Guindulman police station; and a team from the Intelligence Branch of Marikina City Police Station, PSInsp. Glenn Aculara, PInsp. Sammy Cortez, SPO4 Ramiel Soriano, SPO2 Joey Gaygay, SPO3 Jose Castel Jr., SPO1 Cesar Abonita, PO3 Reginald Sotto, PO3 Orlando Salen, PO3 Reynaldo Villareal, PO2 Patrick Victorio.

At around 2 p.m. on Friday, they conducted a joint operation in barangay Basdio, Guindulman which resulted to the arrest of Johnson Amoncio and Judy Ann Tuyugon, both residents of Block 14 Phase 1 of Balubad Settlement in Barangay Nangka, Marikina City.

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Amoncio had a standing warrant of arrest issued by Judge Felix P Reyes of the Regional Trial Court (RTC)-National Capital Judicial Region Branch 272 in Marikina City for the crime of carnapping with P180,000 bail recommended; and another warrant of arrest for the crime of theft issued by Judge Nestor Gapuzan of the Metropolitan Trial Court-NCR Branch 75 also in Marikina with P12,000.00 bail recommended.

Tuyugon had a standing warrant of arrest for theft issued by Judge Gapuzan with P12,000 bail recommended.

The police team brought the arrested persons to Mabini police stations for further investigation and temporary detention before turning them over to the Marikina courts.

In October 2014, the Anti-Kidnapping Group (AKG) in Manila, in coordination with the provincial police force and the municipal police team of Alburquerque, tracked down to Bohol, one Tyron Dela Cruz— tagged as most wanted in Manila for a number of kidnap-for-ransom cases and a string of carnapping cases in Cavite.

The police team blocked Dela Cruz at a checkpoint on October 22 last year where he tried to escape but was trapped by the pursuing cops after an accident at a boundary barangay between Alburquerque and Baclayon.

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