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Arrest order out vs Caloocan cops in teenagers slay

/ 08:47 AM January 25, 2018

Carl Arnaiz and Reynaldo de Guzman

The Caloocan City Regional Trial Court has ordered the arrest of two police officers involved in the murder of teenagers Carl Arnaiz and Reynaldo “Kulot” de Guzman.

Police Officers 1 Jeffrey Perez and Ricky Arquilita are facing two counts of murder each.

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Aside from murder, the two police officers are also facing charges of three counts each for planting of evidence for the recovered two sachets of marijuana and three sachets of shabu from Arnaiz’s pocket as well as a .38 caliber gun with ammunition near his body.

Moreover, Perez and Arquilita are facing two counts each for violation of the Anti-Torture Law. Forensic report showed that both Arnaiz and De Guzman sustained blunt injuries to the head and body that caused swellings, contusions, and abrasions.

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The arrest warrant dated January 23, 2018 was signed by Presiding Judge Georgina Hidalgo.

Copies of the warrant have been forwarded to the Chiefs of Police in Taguig and Caloocan, Officer-in-Charge of the Regional Personnel Holding and Accounting Unit (RPHAU) in Camp Bagong Diwa, National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), and the Philippine National Police’s (PNP) Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG).

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Arrest warrant against Police Officers 1 Jeffrey Perez and Ricky Arquilita

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