Lalaki, sugatan matapos makipagbarilan sa mga pulis Maynila

admin   •   April 8, 2013   •   4139

Ang isa sa mga basyo ng bala na-recover sa crime scene matapos ang makipagputukan ang isang 19 anyos na lalake sa mga alagad ng pulisya. (UNTV News)

Ang isa sa mga basyo ng bala na na-recover sa crime scene matapos makipagputukan ang isang 19 anyos na lalake sa mga alagad ng pulisya. (UNTV News)

MAYNILA, Philippines — Sugatan ang isang lalaki nang isugod sa pagamutan matapos umanong makipag-barilan sa mga pulis sa Maynila, nitong Lunes ng madaling araw.

Kinilala ang sugatang lalaki na si Saidame Ibrah Macabato, 19-anyos na nagtamo ng tama ng bala sa katawan dahil sa engkwentro.

Sa ulat ng pulisya, sinasabing namataan nila ang suspek na may nakasukbit na baril sa bewang habang nakasakay sa motorsiklo.

Nang kanilang sitahin, bigla umano silang pinaputukan ng lalaki saka mabilis na pinaharurot ang motorsiklo.

Nagkahabulan at nagkabarilan umano ang dalawang panig na nagresulta sa pagkakasugat ni Macabato.

Narekober sa crime scene ang ilang basyo ng bala at isang kalibre-45 na baril na ginamit umano ng suspek.

Patuloy naman ang isinasagawang imbestigasyon ng mga otoridad sa insidente. (Benedict Galazan & Ruth Navales, UNTV News)

Notorious gun-for-hire leader, driver killed in Pampanga shootout

Marje Pelayo   •   January 18, 2021

PAMPANGA, Philippines — A notorious gun-for-hire and his driver were killed in a shootout with authorities early morning Monday (January 18) in Pampanga.

Harry Mandahay, leader of the Mandahay gun-for-hire group, and Jeffrey Langilao, Mandahay’s driver and member of the same criminal group, met their demise in an encounter with members of the Highway Patrol Group and Bacolor Municipal Police Station.

The incident occurred around 2:99 a.m. Monday after the suspects’ car was cornered by mobile crews of the HPG’s Special Operations Division (SOD) and Bacolor Municipal Police Station along River Control Road in Brgy. Cabetican, Bacolor, Pampanga. 

“Refusing to surrender, Mandahay and Diamada got off their vehicle and opened fire at the operatives while attempting to escape, forcing our officers to shoot back and kill both suspects in the process,” explained HPG Director Police Brigadier General Alexander Tagum.

Recovered pieces of evidence from the crime scene include the suspect’s vehicle, a brown Toyota Corolla Altis registered to a different owner and listed as a Hold Order motor vehicle, a .45 caliber pistol, two .38 caliber revolvers, ammunition and spent shells, four plastic sachets containing suspected shabu, several IDs, and some mobile devices.

Tagum commended the efforts of the SOD personnel in coordination with the NCRPO, Bacolor MPS, Pampanga Intelligence Branch, and Pampanga 1st Provincial Mobile Force Company for the success of the operation.

2 suspects in shooting of Oriental Mindoro prosecutor killed in police encounter

Robie de Guzman   •   June 17, 2019


MANILA, Philippines – Two suspects in the shooting of a provincial prosecutor in Oriental Mindoro were killed in a police operation launched in Barangay Sapul in Calapan City on Monday.

Police identified the fatalities as Robert Magboo and Edeper Hindap Gran.

According to Police Brigadier General Tomas Apolinario, chief of Police Regional Office 4B, the encounter occurred when operatives were conducting a follow-up operation on the shooting incident last June 10 that wounded prosecutor Josephine Caranzo Olivar.

Apolinario said they launched the operation after tracing the suspects’ hideout as revealed by one of their cohorts, named Joven Sena Umali.

Umali was arrested last June 14 after he was positively identified as the owner of a red motorcycle used by suspects to get away from the crime scene. The shooting incident was caught on CCTV.

Authorities recovered from Sumali’s motorcycle two helmets and a caliber .45 gun allegedly used in shooting Olivar. These items have been turned over to the Regional Crime Laboratory Office to undergo a ballistic and cross-matching examination.

Apolinario said the shooting incident may likely be connected to cases previously handled by Olivar. (with details from Lea Ylagan)

7 robbery suspects killed in encounter with Batangas cops

UNTV News   •   February 26, 2019

BATANGAS, Philippines — Seven robbery-holdup suspects died on the spot after engaging the Batangas police in a fire fight in Brgy. Banyaga Agoncillo, Batangas on Monday at dawn.

According to an initial investigation by the authorities, the suspects ran over the Comelec checkpoint’s barrier in Brgy. Berinayan Laurel Batangas when the police told them to stop.

This prompted the Laurel Police to immediately alert the Agoncillo Police Station to block the suspects’ escape.

The policemen were able to corner the suspects at the boundary of Agoncillo and Laurel.

But instead of stopping, the suspects allegedly opened fire at the operatives, prompting policemen to fire back and eventually kill the suspects.

Authorities have recovered five firearms and ammunition from the suspects.

Although the suspects’identities are yet to be confirmed, they are believed to have been members of ‘Baklas Bubong”Robbery Holdup group in Batangas.

Police Agoncillo Batangas chief, PSInsp. Jason Aguilar said, prior to the encounter, they had a series of such incidents in the province.

No one from the authorities was reported injured in the incident. — Freema Salonga-Gloria (with reports from Sherwin Culubong)


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