Monday, November 17, 2014
Dismissed cop’s bullet-riddled body found in NE
CABANATUAN CITY, Nueva Ecija – A 42-year-old former police sergeant who was dismissed from the service eight years ago was found dead in Guimba, Nueva Ecija over the weekend, his head riddled with a single bullet wound, the Philippine National Police said.
Senior Superintendent Crizaldo Nieves, PNP provincial director, identified the slain former lawman as Jonathan De Guzman, alias Spider, of Barangay Manacsac, Guimba.
He carried the rank of Senior Police Officer 2 (SPO2) when still in the service.
De Guzman’s body was found by a police team led by Senior Inspector Nestor Fabro while lying along a shoulder in an irrigation road in Sitio Dalaydalayan, Manacsac, Guimba. A single bullet wound from a calibre 45 revolver was lodged in his head.
De Guzman was a former member of the PNP’s Special Action Force who was removed from the service on February 17,2006. The reason for his dismissal was not known even to police.
Nieves said that De Guzman’s body was found by barangay tanod Richard Doro who reported the sighting to police.
PO2 Jaycee Toribio, officer-on-case of the Guimba police, said the motive for De Guzman’s killing was still unknown. (Manny Galvez)
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