Alleged gunman in DENR man gunslay surrenders PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 31 July 2012 14:04

The alleged gunman in the gunslaying of a Department of Environment and Natural Resources employee surrendered to the police few hours after the killing last Sunday.

A police report identified the suspect as Michael Perez, an alleged police “asset” and a resident of Guiwan, this city.

Initial investigation disclosed that after Rogelio Miang, 50, married, of NIA compound, Tumaga was gunned down near his residence around 10 a.m., police gathered a witness gave a description of the gunman that matched Perez’ image.

Further report said that Perez’ uncle whose identity was not mentioned cooperated with the police that resulted in the surrender of his nephew.

Perez was brought to the city police office for proper identification and was positively identified by the witness during a police lineup.

Perez was then brought to the Sta. Maria Police Station for further investigation.

Miang had just alighted from a tricycle and was walking  towards their residence when a gunman followed him from behind and shot him at close range.
The gunman boarded a getaway motorcycle driven by his cohort.

Investigators recovered three spent shells of .45 caliber pistol and destroyed parts of a silencer.