Tricycle driver in Biliran yields firearms

/ 05:23 PM February 01, 2019

The arrested suspect in front of the firearms and ammunition recovered from his possession after the inventory of the recovered items after the search. (Contributed photo)

ORMOC CITY — A tricycle driver was the first violator of a Commission on Elections gun ban for the May election in Biliran province after he yielded several firearms during a raid in his house in Barangay Baso, Cabucgayan about 8:30 a.m. Friday.

Cabucgayan Police Chief P/Insp. Vic R. Viros said Proseso Tanguihan, alias “Porsing,” 68, was arrested for illegal possession of firearms.


Recovered from him were a cal. 357 revolver loaded with six ammunition; one cal. 38 revolver loaded with four ammunition, one fired cartridge case for cal. 38, and one unit RG9 Cal 8mm K with one magazine loaded with four ammunition. Robert Dejon/lzb


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