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Village chief quizzed on slaying of Bataan town exec nabbed for illegal guns

Hermosa, Bataan (Wikipedia maps)

Hermosa, Bataan (Wikipedia maps)

HERMOSA, Bataan — A person of interest in the murder of a town official was arrested on Tuesday (May 23) for illegal gun possession, police said.

The house of Enrico Cabiling, Jr., 36, Barangay (village) Mambog chairman, was raided by a team from the Bataan police and the Police Criminal Investigation and Detection Group. The police seized 11 different weapons and ammunition, as well as a grenade.

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Cabiling, police said, might help shed light on the April 29 murder of Hermosa town Councilor Danilo Basi. Executive Judge Roline Ginez-Jubalde of the Olongapo City Regional Trial Court issued the search warrant, following reports that Cabiling was storing a small arsenal in his residence.

The police are also seeking out Cabiling’s father, businessman Rex Cabiling, who is another person of interest in the murder case.  SFM

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