Four fugitives nabbed in Central Luzon | Inquirer News

Four fugitives nabbed in Central Luzon

/ 05:40 PM February 23, 2023
Four fugitives from justice were arrested on February 22 in Central Luzon

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SAN ANTONIO, Zambales — The most wanted person in Subic town in this province and three more fugitives from justice were arrested on Wednesday, February 22, authorities said.

In a report Thursday, the Police Regional Office 3 (PRO3) identified the fugitive as Enrico Macabenta.

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Macabenta was captured in Subic’s Barangay Calapacuan when the lawmen served a warrant issued against him by a local court.

The suspect is facing charges of child abuse with P200,000 recommended bail, and unjust vexation with no recommended bail.

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According to PRO3, three more most wanted persons in Central Luzon were arrested on the same day.

They were identified as Edmar Mones of Bulacan, Lloyd Nicole Guevarra, and Jayson Bon, both of Pampanga province.

Mones, who is the 8th most wanted person in Bulacan, is facing a charge of statutory rape.

Guevarra is wanted for robbery while Bon is wanted for statutory rape, the PRO3 said. INQ

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