CAAP exec’s son shot, killed PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 06 July 2014 14:08

The son of a Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) official  and former airport manager in Zamboanga City was killed in another gun attack that took place almost 24 hours after a young businessman was gunned down in his car-motorcycle parts shop.

Prince Bayabos y Tiamwat, son of CAAP official Celso Bayabos, was shot dead by one of two men riding on a Honda XRM motorycle in the interior portion of Ortega, Tetuan yesterday afternoon.

An unconfirmed report said that a two-year-old girl was also hit by a stray bullet during the gun attack.

A police report disclosed that Bayabos was at Ortega St. around 4:45 p.m. when gunmen appeared and shot him three times.

Bayabos sustained two bullet wounds in the body while the girl reportedly was hit in the buttock.

Police recovered two spent shells of .45 caliber pistol at the crime scene.

DZT gathered that Bayabos arrived in the said place and was met with two men aboard a Honda XRM motorcycle. One of them told him “taqui ya Prince” then three gunshots were heard.

The gunmen sped away towards the main Tetuan road after shooting their target.

Bayabos, according to police records, had figured in drug and carnapping cases before he was killed yesterday. — Dan Toribio Jr.