Ex-live-in partner of drug suspect shot dead in Pasay | Inquirer News

Ex-live-in partner of drug suspect shot dead in Pasay

By: - Reporter / @erikaINQ
/ 10:06 PM November 27, 2016


MANILA — A store owner, who once had a live-in partner included in the Pasay City drugs watch list, was shot dead on Saturday.

Police identified the victim as Roselo Bolboder, 37, a resident of M. Acosta Street, Barangay 77 Zone 10.


Police investigation showed that Bolboder was manning his store at the corner of FB Harrison and M. Acosta Streets when four motorcycle-riding gunmen shot him around 1:45 a.m.

The victim’s former live-in partner, Claire Maricris Galang, was previously arrested for illegal drug charges and is currently out on bail, according to SPO1 Melvin Garcia.


Crime scene operatives recovered nine casings from a .45-pistol, three slugs and one deformed bullet.

Also in Pasay City, a barangay tanod (village watchman) was gunned down Saturday about 8:30 p.m.

Police said Harry Parsaligan, 27, resident of Russell Street, Barangay 76, was onboard a motorcycle when he was shot along FB Harrison Street in the same barangay.

Pedicab drivers brought Parsaligan to the San Juan de Dios Hospital but he was declared dead at 9:11 p.m.

Five casings from a .45-pistol, two slugs and a deformed bullet were recovered from the scene.

Investigators have yet to establish the motive for the killing.  SFM

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TAGS: barangay tanod, Claire Maricris Galang, Crime, Harry Parsaligan, Melvin Garcia, Murder, Pasay City, Pasay City Police, police investigation, Roselo Bolboder, Shooting, store owner, suspected drug pusher
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