Another alleged noted thief and drug personality was shot dead just as the day started yesterday.
The city police identified the victim as one Marvin Ingles, also known as Baloy, a resident of Barangay Guiwanon, Baclayon.
He sustained gunshot wounds in different parts of his body, including the right and left portions of the face, one in the neck, two in the right chest portion, two in his left and right portions of his back and one in his left palm.
Based on initial investigation, the city police received the report of a shooting incident at around 1 a.m. yesterday, along J.A. Clarin St. near Camp Dagohoy.
In response, a team from the city police station, led by Chief of Police George Vale, along with PInsp. Rosemarie Avenido as officer of the day, PO2 Rofel Mendoza as duty criminal Investigator; and members of Quick Response Team–headed by PO2 Lopos together with PO1 Junrey Narciso, proceeded to the area.
Upon arriving at the scene of the crime, onlookers had already swarmed the area, while personnel of TARSIER 117 (Telephone and Radio System Integrated Emergency Response)—led by Bryl Dolauta—assisted the bloody victim lying by the roadside.
Based on further verification, a personnel of the Bohol Provincial Police Office on duty then said that at around 12: 55 a.m. yesterday, he heard a burst of gunfire nearby Camp Dagohoy.
This prompted him to go outside the gate to check it, and saw a man clad in black jacket, black helmet with maong pants walking towards a black motorcycle wearing and left hurriedly away from the place of incident.
He said he saw the man heading towards Tamblot Extension to the direction leading to the Land Transportation Office (LTO).
The man could be the lone gunman.
The BPPO personnel said he immediately communicated with the forensic investigators from Bohol Provincial Crime Laboratory or the Scene of the Crime Operatives to process the crime scene.
The SOCO recovered five fired cartridge cases on the crime scene.
They also recovered a wallet containing cash in different denominations, an AAA battery, an improvised tooter, a steel file, a lighter, two small heat-sealed transparent cellophane sachet containing suspected shabu granules, and a pair of black eyeglasses from the pockets of the victim.