Police file 39 cases relative to shooting incidents in 2011 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 February 2012 14:22

The City Police Office under Sr. Supt. Edwin De Ocampo has reported a total of 39 cases of murder, homicide, frustrated and attempted murder that were forwarded to the City Prosecutor Office in connection with shooting incidents that took place in the different places here last year.

Most of the cases were already filed in court and some of the suspects were arrested and jailed while others remain pending.

Cases forwarded to the prosecutor office were: Murder case (number INV-118-00086) filed against Ryan Gonzales, Ibrahim Salapuddin and Arnel Concepcion for the killing of Gapul Bengal y Ventura in San Roque last January 4, 2011; case (number INV-11A-00024) filed against Garvas Tulawie, Kibar Pala, PO2 Bensaudi Sakiran and Hassan Cabrera in connection with the killing of Abdulhamin Bandahala along Governor Camins Avenue last January 10, 2011; robbery with homicide with case number 25348 filed against Reynaldo Teves, et al. for the killing and robbery of Pia Landingin in La Paz last January 12, 2011; frustrated murder case (number INQ-11A-00022) filed against retired police Sr. Insp. Carlito Llantada, et al. in connection with the shooting incident that wounded Mohammad Auger Abdukarim in Sta. Maria last January 19, 2011; frustrated murder case (number INQ-118-00072) filed against Gani Jalil, Gregorio Macoycruz and Hassan Kahal in connection with the shooting incident that wounded Felix Custodio y Macoycruz in Baluno last January 21, 2011; frustrated murder case (number INQ-11A-00031) filed against Ronald Serrano who was  tagged as behind the gun attack that wounded Alvin Asad in Talon-Talon last January 24,  2011; murder case (number INV-11B-00063) filed against Jolen  Alavar, Victor Francisco and Jeffrey Mindajo tagged as responsible for the  killing of Asbali Mohammad in Tagasilay last February 8, 2011; murder with illegal possession of firearm and ammunition case  (number INV-11C-00125) filed against Margani Samla in connection with the killing of Mukzsajar Andami in Recodo last February 24, 2011; attempted murder and illegal possession of firearm and ammunition  case (number 49705) filed against Ariel Payat in connection with the  shooting incident that wounded Jose Soliva in Bunguiao last March 8, 2011; frustrated murder, attempted murder and physical injury  case (number  INV-11D-00163) filed against Abuhair Tahir who shot and wounded Arsao  Alfad in Buenavista last April 9, 2011; murder case (number INQ-11E-22185) filed against Reynante  Gutierez in connection with the killing of Zaldimar Ismula in Talon-Talon May 29, 2011; frustrated murder case (number INV-11E-00230) filed against Seriaco Bucoy in connection with the shooting incident that wounded Leo Toscado in  Tumaga last May 29, 2011; frustrated murder case (number  INQ-11E-00100) filed against Franklin Fernandez who shot and wounded Narciso  Espinosa and Jimmy Opurto on May 31, 2011; frustrated murder case (number 25632) filed against Jovie Eso who shot and wounded Ronald Dinglasa in Tumaga  on May 31, 2011; frustrated murder case (number INQ-11G-00300) filed against Bansal Abduhari who shot and wounded Jeffrey Toledo in Baliwasan Tabuk on June 10, 2011; frustrated murder case (number 25681) filed against Lope Melegrito who shot and wounded Elpidio Mujares in San Ramon on June 17, 2011; murder and frustrated murder case (number INQ-11F-0024) filed against  George Aaron Limen and Roderick Limen, who were tagged as the gunmen who shot and killed Alfredo Apostol and wounded Herbert Abraham along Tetuan highway on June 27, 2011; frustrated murder case number filed against Ronald Oliverio and Alvin Glova who shot and wounded Danaric Enriquez in Bolong on July 4, 2011, and two counts of murder and frustrated murder case (number INQ-116-00240) filed against PO3 Carmelo Macansantos who shot and killed  PO1 Tomasito Dauba and a kidnapping witness and wounded another in Tetuan last  July 5, 2011.

Eight other murder, six frustrated murder, homicide and illegal possession of firearm and ammunition cases were recently forwarded to the prosecutor office against the suspects.

De Ocampo said that other cases are still under investigation. He  is optimistic that the perpetrators will be arrested soon and appropriate charges will be filed against them. — Dan Toribio Jr.