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May 17, 2021 People's Tonight 383 views

PNP Cybercops arrest ofw-turned ‘Sextortionist’ in Southern Leyte

A 39-YEAR old married Overseas Filipino Worker who demanded sex and money from his ex-girlfriend after threatening to spread her nude photos and videos in Facebook was arrested by agents of the Philippine National Police Anti-Cybercrime Group in an entrapment operation in Southern Leyte shortly before noon Saturday, PNP chief, General Guillermo Lorenzo T. Eleazar said.

Chadlie Bual alias ‘Chad’ was arrested while in the act of claiming the P21,000 from the complainant, a college student inside the Rela Jarse Foodhouse and Coffee Shop in Barangay Poblacion, Hinunangan, Southern Leyte 10:45 p.m. Saturday, the top cop said.

Members of the PNP-ACG’s Regional Anti-Cybercrime Unit 8 under Brigadier Gen. Robert T. Rodriguez, with the support of the local police arrested the suspect.

According to Gen. Eleazar, the arrest was made after the 21-year old complainant went to the local Women and Children Protection Desk to file a case against the suspect. The woman told investigators that the suspect who happened to be her ex-boyfriend had threatened to upload her nude photos and videos in the social media if she won’t agree to have sex with him again and give him money.

The woman fully cooperated with the RACU 8 leading to the arrest of the suspect who is now being held at the Hinundayan Municipal Police Station lock-up facility facing charges for violation of Republic Act 9995 otherwise known as the Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009; RA 9262 or the Violence against Woman and their Children Act, robber-extortion and grave threat.

“In partnership with our cyber communities/group nationwide and globally, the PNP Anti-Cyber Crime Group,as the prime mover in investigating cybercrimes will intensify its measures in dealing online frauds and extortion,” said Eleazar.

“As part of our Internal Cleanliness Policy (ICP), we are strengthening our war against cybercriminals as we upgrade our equipage in the furtherance of our existing programs,” the 26th PNP chief, himself a former PNP-ACG director added.

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