QCPD arrests suspects for robbery, illegal possession of firearms related to Omnibus Election Code
Quezon City Police District Director, P/Brig.Gen. Redrico Maranan announced the arrest of two suspects for robbery and illegal possession of firearms in relation to the Omnibus Election Code in separate operations by the QCPD operatives last 13 September 2023.
The first operation was conducted by the Fairview Police Station under P/Lt.Col. Elizabeth Jasmin wherein they arrested Michael Degras, 52 years old, and a resident of Brgy. San Isidro, Rodriguez, Rizal.
Based on the report, Degras was involved in a robbery incident that transpired at 5:00 PM on 11 September 2023. This prompted the PS 5 operatives to conduct a follow-up operation against the suspect which resulted in his arrest at 7:15 PM on 13 September 2023 along Paterno St., corner Mabini St., Brgy. Sta Lucia, Quezon City.
Confiscated from Degra’s possession were one (1) caliber 38 revolver loaded with six (6) ammunition and one (1) Honda Click motorcycle with plate No. 674UAY.
Meanwhile, in the second operation, suspect Florie Jun Sagaad Bapor, 28 years old, and a resident of Brgy. Bagong Pagasa, Quezon City was arrested by the Criminal Investigation and Detection Unit under P/Maj. Don Don Llapitan.
According to the report, at 7:45 PM on 13 September 2023, along Agham Road, Sitio San Roque, Brgy. Bagong Pagasa, Quezon City, victim Rizalino Del Barrio was walking there when the suspect suddenly appeared from behind and at gunpoint, declared hold-up and forcibly took the victim’s wallet with cash money amounting to P400.00 and a G-Cash Card and fled towards East Avenue.
Fortunately, CIDU operatives who were conducting anti-criminality in the area saw the victim shouting for help, at that instance, said operatives approached the victim who immediately narrated the incident while pointing in the direction of the suspect. Acting on the information, the operatives chased the suspect which led to his arrest, and recovered from his possession the said stolen items and a caliber 38 revolver loaded with five live ammunition.
The suspects were charged with Robbery and violation of R.A. 10591 or the Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act in relation to the Omnibus Election Code (COMELEC GUN BAN).
Maranan lauded the PS 5 and CIDU operatives for their immediate actions which resulted in the arrest of the suspects and the recovery of the firearms.
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