Central Luzon’s 9 most wanted nabbed in intensified manhunt ops

CAMP OLIVAS -- Central Luzon’s nine most wanted persons have been apprehended as the campaign against wanted persons is continuously being carried out region wide.

Police Regional Office-Central Luzon director Joel Napoleon Coronel said three wanted persons sought by law were arrested by police authorities in Nueva Ecija. They are identified as Byron Tigolo Cañosa, ranked No.1 most wanted of Cuyapo MPS; Andres Carbonel Alberto, ranked No.1 most wanted of Talugutug MPS; and Ricardo Manego Valdez Sr., ranked No. 2 most wanted of Pantabangan MPS, Nueva Ecija.

Meanwhile, Bulacan police operatives arrested the following: Raymond Varientos Ramos, ranked No. 7 most wanted of Norzagaray MPS; Jeffrey Miranda Aries a.k.a. Barako, ranked No. 10 most wanted of Malabon CPS; and Mary Rose Favorito Ortega, ranked No. 4 most wanted of Bulakan MPS.

Also arrested were Ralph Jer Policarpio Hulip of Mabalacat City, Pampanga, ranked No. 3 most wanted of Mabalacat CPS; Leonardo Camat Ordonio of San Quintin, Pangasinan, ranked No. 2 most wanted of Baler MPS; and, Marlon Santos Villoso of San Antonio, Zambales, ranked No. 5 most wanted of San Antonio MPS.

All wanted persons were arrested by virtue of warrants of arrest for cases ranging from rape, homicide, qualified theft and acts of lasciviousness.

“The days of these persons sought by law are numbered as we will not stop our campaign to hunt them down. We will continue to find, arrest and put them behind the bars of justice as we vow to eradicate all forms of lawlessness in the region,” Coronel said. (Ric Sapnu)


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