Dalia Guerrero Pastor in Indonesia using fake IDs, say documents
Fugitive Dalia Guerrero Pastor is in Indonesia using fake IDs under the name Amanda Cruz, according to documents obtained by the family of slain car racer Enzo Pastor.
Dalia, who is charged with parricide and wanted for the killing of her husband Enzo, married an Indonesian national and is now using the name Amanda Maragit, Enzo’s father Tomas Pastor told the Inquirer on Wednesday.
“She bought a driver’s license from Recto using the name Amanda Cruz. After marrying an Indonesian, she’s now Amanda Maragit,” Tom Pastor said.
Recto refers to Recto Avenue in Manila, where fake documents like IDs, diplomas, passports, land titles and what-have-yous could be re-produced for a fee.
READ: ‘Recto University’: You name it, they have it!
The Indonesian family card and resident card were given by an informant from Indonesia’s immigration office, he said.
The Indonesian documents put into question the notarized motion filed by Dalia’s lawyer in the Court of Appeals to quash her arrest warrant.
“With this information, alam na natin kung nasaan sya. Alam na natin kung anong ID ginagamit nya, hindi Dalia Guerrero. At yung notary sa Davao, imposible. Kung papasok sya dito para magpanotary, hindi nya gagawin yun, kasi cancelled na passport nya,” Tomas said.
(We know where she is now. We know what kind of ID she is using, not Dalia Guerrero. And the notary in Davao is impossible. If she’s entered [the country] for notary, she won’t be able to do that because of her cancelled passport.)
The CA petition was filed by Dalia’s lawyer Ruy Alberto Rondain and notarized by Charmaine Valentin in Davao City.
Dalia is accused of conspiring with her rumored lover Sandy de Guzman in the ambush of Enzo Pastor last year. De Guzman and alleged gunman PO2 Edgar Angel are both detained. TVJ
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