Policeman allegedly accidentally shot himself while drinking in QC

A policeman in Quezon City died after he allegedly accidentally shot himself this Sunday.

The victim was identified as Police Corporal Higinio Wayan, according to a report by James Agustin in Unang Balita on Monday.

According to Police Lieutenant Colonel Romulus Gadaoini, Batasan Police Station commander, the victim was drinking in Barangay Commonwealth with two other police officers and another man this Sunday morning.

The gun was allegedly placed on the table.

The policeman allegedly played with it and shot himself in the chest, causing his death.

The three people who were drinking with the victim and the last to be with the policeman were considered persons of interest.

Meanwhile, the two policemen were removed from their posts.

The Quezon City Police District is still investigating the death of the policeman.

Meanwhile, a was arrested in Quezon City after allegedly raping three of his members.

The three children, aged 10, 12, and 14, reported to the police after allegedly being exploited by the leader of the religious group they joined.

The suspect was identified as Romeo delos Reyes, 46, working as a janitor in a warehouse.

2 suspects in ‘love scam’ arrested in Pampanga

In San Fernando, Pampanga, the Airport Police Department arrested two suspects allegedly involved in the “love scam,” Mao dela Cruz reported on Super Radyo dzBB on Monday.

In an interview with Super Radyo dzBB, Airport Police Chief Colonel Adrian Tecson said the two suspects were caught in an entrapment operation.

According to the report, the suspects have obtained up to P10 million from the 62-year-old victim since March.

According to Tecson, the perpetrators allegedly first interacted with the victim on Facebook until it led to a relationship.

“‘Yung babae usually sasabihan ‘yung lalaki na may ipapadalang bagahe na diumano may lamang alahas, another valuables at na-hold sa Customs. Hihingi po ng pera ‘yan para mailabas ‘yung diumanong bagahe,” he said.

Authorities launched the operation after a flurry of complaints they received from victims this past week.

The suspects are currently detained at the Airport Police Department Headquarters.

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