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Cops, village watchmen face raps over deadly Mandaluyong gunplay

RECKLESS IMPRUDENCE RESULTING TO FRUSTRATED HOMICIDE AND DOUBLE HOMICIDE
By: - Reporter / @FMOrellanaINQ
/ 03:02 PM January 11, 2018
Mandaluyong shooting scene - 28 Dec 2017

Police cordon off the crime scene around the corner of Shaw Boulevard and Old Wack Wack Road. (Photo by JUSTIN PUNSALANG / Radyo Inquirer)

Criminal complaints will be filed against the 10 policemen and three village (barangay) watchmen involved in the killing of innocent individuals in a snarled shooting incident last December in Mandaluyong City.

Sr. Supt. Florendo Quibuyen, chief of the Special Investigation Task Group-Shaw (SITG-Shaw), said the police officers and watchmen of Barangay Addition Hills will be charged for reckless imprudence resulting to frustrated homicide and double homicide, Radyo Inquirer 990AM reported.

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Two people were killed while two others were injured in that pre-New Year incident. One of the fatalities was identified as Jomar Hayawon.

Last December 28, Hayawon and others were on board a white Mitsubishi Adventure van, which was on its way to the hospital to bring Jonalyn Amba-an, a victim of an earlier shooting also in Mandaluyong City, when the village watchmen and responding policemen shot at them along Shaw Boulevard.

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The policemen and village security personnel thought the van was the getaway vehicle of alleged suspects in the earlier shooting incident involving Amba-an.

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The nine policemen are currently detained at a Mandaluyong police cell while team leader Sr. Insp. Maria Christina Vasquez was placed under the restrictive custody of Mandaluyong City Police officer-in-charge Supt. Enrique Agtarap, the radio report said.    /kga

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