CAMP GEN ALEJO S SANTOS, City of Malolos, Bulacan – Three most wanted persons (MWPs), including five wanted felons and ten drug suspects on Thursday, were arrested in Bulacan.
Bulacan Police Acting Director Col. Rommel Ochave said the stepped-up operations for wanted criminals led to the arrest of three MWPS – trader Rosendo Agulto Jr., 50, of Sapang Putol, San Ildefonso, Bulacan, for attempted homicide without recommended bail; Vener Hilario, 25, of Daungan, Guiguinto for rape with no bail; and Zandro Ronquillo, 42, a computer technician of Matictic, Norzagaray, for robbery.
Meanwhile, “Manhunt Charlie” tracker teams of Meycauayan City, Obando, Bustos, and San Jose Del Monte City Police, together with personnel of 2nd PMFC Bul PPO, 301st MC RMFB-3, 24th Special Action Company (SAF), PHPT Bulacan, and 3rd SOU-Maritime Group resulted in the arrest of five more wanted felons identified as Neil Bryan Dela Cruz, for unjust vexation, slight physical injuries and simple disobedience; Ma. Melanie Apolonio, for the violation of the Dangerous Drugs Act of 1972; Edilberto Hernandez alias “Edel”, for attempted homicide; Rowena Rio Rosales and Journel Monton, for violation of the Bouncing Check Law (BP 22).
In a series of drug-bust operations by the Station Drug Enforcement Unit operatives of CSJDM, Meycauayan City, Pandi, Baliwag, Bustos and Plaridel Police led to the arrest of ten drug suspects identified Elizalde Bobier alias “Zaldy”, of San Rafael V, CSJDM; Ralph Ryan Origen alias “Ar-Ar”, of Bancal, Meycauayan City; Gina Lacaba and Johnny Lenihan, both of Mapulang Lupa, Pandi; Rogelio Allan Sopeña alias Allan and Jomadel Sering alias “Madel”, both from Tarcan, Baliwag; Roane Cortez, Fedelyn Adjaludin alias “Delyn” and Ricris Calago alias “Rec-Rec”, all of Poblacion, Baliuag; and Prince Harvey Capiral alias “Pancho”, from Tabang, Plaridel. Seized from them were some 31 sachets of shabu and the buy-bust money.
“Bulacan police pursues its unrelenting effort to go after criminals and bring them before the bars of justice,” said PRO3 (Police Regional Office 3) Director Brig. Gen. Matthew Baccay.