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Friday, 20 October 2023

AgSur cops nab 4 top most wanted persons

AGUSAN DEL SUR -- The Esperanza and San Francisco municipal police stations achieved a significant milestone by successfully apprehending four of the top most wanted persons (MWPs) on October 10 to 11, 2023, for the crime of statutory rape, violation of Republic Act 7610 Sec. 10 (other acts of child abuse) and theft.

The first suspect, known as alias Rico, 42 years old male, married and a resident in Purok 8, Brgy. Guadalupe, Esperanza, Agusan del Sur, was arrested for the crime of statutory rape with no bail bond. 

The second suspect, alias Yel, 34-year-old, a married teacher, and resident of P-1A, Brgy. San Isidro, San Franother acts of child abuse). 

The remaining suspects, alias Eugene, 39 years old, and alias Jan, 34 years old, both residents of Buenasuerte, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur, were arrested for the crime of theft with recommended bail bond.

These arrests were made possible through diligent efforts and were authorized by warrants issued by judges Ferdinand R. Villanueva, Emily Zen Y. Chua and Dymphna Catelo Gozon- Labindao.

These individuals are now in the custody of Esperanza and San Francisco police stations, where they will undergo legal procedures.

“I sincerely thank the AgSur cops for their exceptional dedication to our community's safety and security. Your unwavering commitment, even in challenging times, is a source of pride and reliability. Your selfless service is deeply appreciated, Thank you!,” PD Canlapan said.

For more information, please contact the Esperanza and San Francisco MPS hotline numbers at 0998-598-7311 and 0998-976-3071. The ADSPPO emphasized the presumption of innocence until proven guilty in a court of law.

This is in line with the process excellence perspective of the PNP P.A.T.R.O.L Plan 2030 under the objective, improving the crime prevention and solution efficiency of the PPO. (ADSPPO/PIA-Agusan del Sur)