Janitor Falls from Rooftop Dies After Allegedly Shot by Security Guard
A security guard from a condominium in Makati City shot a janitor and allegedly falls from the establishment’s rooftop that resulting to death.
A condominium janitor and security guard’s drinking spree culminated in a bloodbath. This happened early on November 30 when a guard argued and shot a janitor who had fallen from the eighth-floor rooftop of a condominium in Makati City.
Ronald Tolo, 38, a stay-in janitor at the condominium in Barangay San Lorenzo, Makati City, was the victim. Tolo died on the spot owing to gunshot wounds to various parts of his body and serious injuries from falling from the building, according to the report.
Dionisio Tabla y Alison, 51, is a married security guard who lives in Brgy. San Pedro, Laguna, Lamgam, Lamgam, Lamgam, Lamgam, Lamgam, Lamgam, According to the report, the gunfire occurred about 12:55 a.m. on the condominium’s rooftop. Tuesday.
The victim and suspect were drinking on the condo’s rooftop on the 8th level when they got into an argument for unexplained reasons, according to the initial inquiry. The guy, enraged, took the revolver from his waist and shot Tolo multiple times in the torso.
The victim finally gave way and fell to the ground floor, where he was killed. Witness Carlito Pagobo, a condominium duty guard, said he heard three gunshots before seeing a man fall from the roof and land on his chin, and he quickly reported the occurrence to his fellow guard Noel.
Imbing immediately requested police aid. The suspect, Tabla, was promptly detained during a follow-up operation by the authorities, and a.38 caliber SN 02896 revolver, five rounds, and a bullet from the said gun were discovered on the grassy part of the garden at Rada St., close next to the Thailand Embassy Building.
In addition, two more cal..38 revolvers will be examined for ballistics in relation to the incident. Tabla is facing a murder charge, according to police.
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