Filipino-Vietnamese Alleged Leading Big-time Swindling Group in Pampanga Arrested
Authorities arrested a Filipino-Vietnamese allegedly the leader of the criminal group in line with big-time swindling in the city of San Fernando, Pampanga.
At his hideout in Brgy. Dela Paz, Lubao area, Pampanga province, members of the Pampanga CIDG PFU, Intelligence Service Armed Forces of the Philippines (ISAFP), PIU-Pampanga PPO, and San Fernando City Police Station arrested the suspect, who is said to be the leader of a criminal group lining up for bigtime swindling.
Based on the investigation of P/Col. Arnold Thomas Ibay, PRO3 Director P/BGen. Valeriano de Leon identified the suspect as Hieu Phan Van Manuel, a 26-year-old unemployed Filipino-Vietnamese resident of the said barangay.
According to P/BGen. De Leon, operatives detained the suspect using an alias warrant issued by Presiding Judge Paz Esperanza Cortez of the Taguig City RTC Branch in the case of large-scale estafa.
According to police, the perpetrator is the leader of a criminal organization that specializes in large-scale swindling and other types of fraud, including fraud involving multi-million dollar sums of money from their victims. A 9mm caliber pistol and a shell, a grenade, and a motorcycle without a license plate were all taken from the suspect’s possession.
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