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Cops find mauler’s Maserati in QC

/ 10:18 AM November 28, 2014

MANILA, Philippines—The police have found the luxury sports car owned by Joseph Russel Ingco, the man who allegedly assaulted a traffic constable in a busy Quezon City intersection on Thursday morning.

The Quezon City Police ‎found the blue Maserati Ghibli at the parking area of the Valencia Towers condominium in Quezon City.

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Ingco allegedly insulted and broke the nose of Jorbe Adriatico, a Metropolitan Manila Development Authority ‎enforcer, who attempted to photograph him as Ingco was making an illegal turn at the intersection of G. Araneta and Quezon Avenues.

Chief Inspector Rodel Marcelo, Criminal Investigation and Detection Group of the Quezon City Police District (QCPD), confirmed to INQUIRER.net that the vehicle had the conduction sticker number QQ-0057. This matched with the QCPD’s discovery on Thursday when it sought the assistance of the Land Transportation Office.

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Based on the LTO records provided by the QCPD, the Maserati Adriatico encountered is owned by 39-year-old Ingco, registered as a resident of New Manila, Quezon City.

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