9 Jolo cops under restrictive custody in Camp Crame — PNP
MANILA, Philippines — Nine policemen allegedly involved in the death of four soldiers in Jolo, Sulu last June 29 are now under the restrictive custody of the Philippine National Police in Camp Crame to face the National Bureau of Investigation’s probe on the shooting incident.
“Nine police non-commissioned officers of Jolo Municipal Police Station who figured in a shooting incident in Jolo, Sulu last June 29 are now in Camp Crame to ensure their availability to face investigation by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI),” PNP spokesman Brig. Gen. Bernard Banac said in a statement on Wednesday.
Banac identified the cops as Police Senior Master Sergeant Abdelzhimar Padjiri; Police Master Sergeant Hanie Baddiri; Police Staff Sergeant Iskandar Susulan; Police Staff Sergeant Ernisar Sappal; Police Corporal Sulki Andaki; Patrolman Moh. Nur Pasani; Police Staff Sergeant Almudzrin Hadjaruddin; Patrolman Alkajal Mandangan and Patrolman Rajiv Putalan.
Banac said the police officers and Brig. Gen. Manuel Abu, Regional Director of Police Regional Office in Bangsamoro Autonomous Region arrived in Manila at 10:15 a.m. through a Cebu Pacific flight.
The nine police officers were turned over to Police Colonel Jerich Royales, Deputy Director for Operations of the Headquarters Support Service at Camp Crame, Banac said.
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