Saturday, May 17, 2014
PRO3 CAPTURES REGION 6’s NR 1 MOST WANTED
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA- The fugitive and Number 1 most wanted person in Region 6 (Western Visayas) was arrested in Zambales yesterday as PRO3’s Regional Director, PCSUPT RAUL D PETRASANTA’s directives to conduct an obstinate, efficient campaign and advocacy by implementing a wide-ranging pro-active approach/strategy on the campaign against Wanted Persons is continuously being carried out.
In the afternoon of May 15, 2014, personnel of Nueva Ecija Police Provincial Intelligence Branch in coordination with Zambales Police Provincial Office conducted manhunt operation at Brgy Palanginan, Iba, Zambales which resulted to the arrest of Noel AYALIN y Oro @Kalbo.
AYALIN was arrested by virtue of Warrants of Arrest for the Crime of Direct Assault with Murder under Sections 148 and 248 in relation to Article 48 of the Revised Penal Code with Criminal Case Numbers 8211-69, 2011-35, 8213-69, 2011-37 and 8214-59, 2011-38 issued by Hon Judge Felipe G Banzon, Regional Trial Court, 6th Judicial Region, Silay City, Negros Occidental.
AYALIN, who was the former barangay captain of Brgy Kapitan Ramon, Silay City was the lone suspect in the massacre of four barangay officials thereat.
It can be recalled that on March 6, 2011, AYALIN ran amuck and started a shooting spree inside the barangay session hall which claimed the lives of four barangay officials, including a chairwoman of the Sangguniang Kabataan Federation, and caused injuries to three other officials, among them, the then incumbent barangay captain. It can also be recalled that it was no less than the late SILG Jesse Robredo who personally ordered the manhunt of the suspect and followed up by the incumbent SILG MAR ROXAS who is also from Region 6.
PCSUPT PETRASANTA commended the operating troops for another accomplishment and remarked that Police Regional Office 3 will carry on its mandated tasks to enforce the law and place lawless elements behind bars.
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