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Drunk Soldier Shot Co-Soldier to Death After Arguing About Their Duty

A drunk Philippine Army soldier shot his co-soldier while they are under the influence of alcohol while they are arguing with duties.

A member of the Philippine Army died after being shot by a fellow soldier right inside their camp in Barangay Piggatan, Alcala, Cagayan, said Major Jekyll Julian Dulawan, spokesperson of the 5th Infantry (Star) Division of the Philippine Army based in Camp Melchor F. Dela Cruz, Upi, Gamu, Isabela.

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The soldier who was shot to death was identified as Sgt Paulino Gavino Jr, 29, a resident of the town. of Mallig, Isabela. The suspect was identified as Cpl. Rickson Rulloda, 32, a resident of Bagabag, Nueva Vizcaya.

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Based on the report of Remate, the suspect voluntarily surrendered to the authorities. It was learned that both were under the influence of alcohol and were both assigned to the 77th Infantry Battalion-Philippine Army in the town of Alcala, Cagayan.

During the investigation, it was found that the two soldiers were heating up just because of their duty until Cpl. Rulloda and shot the victim in the abdomen. The suspect, who may face criminal and administrative charges, is already in the care of 5th ID Camp Melchor F. Dela Cruz.

Earlier, a soldier in Zamboanga del Sur runs amok and kills his immediate superior inside their camp after he was reminded of his duty.  The suspect was overcome with his anger against his superior as he called him out for failing to attend to his duties

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