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Retired PH Marine Caught with Illegal Firearms, Explosives Arrested

Police authorities arrested a retired Philippine Marine who was allegedly caught with illegal firearms and explosives in possession.

A wanted former Philippine Marine was apprehended by the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) in an operation conducted at Brgy. Echague, Isabela, Malitao. According to the report, the suspect is Joseph Sabbaluca, a 55-year-old Brgy resident. Isabela, Malitao, Echague

Retired Marine Illegal Firearms

P/Lt. The accused is the No. 1 Station-Level Most Wanted Person of PS 14, according to Col. Jeffrey Bilaro, Station Commander of the Holy Spirit Police Station (PS 14). Sabbaluca was detained at his house at 3:30 a.m. the other day, according to the report.

Sabbaluca is wanted for breaking the Illegal Use or Possession of Explosives Act and the Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act, according to authorities. Cases were filed in the Honchambers. .’s Presiding Judge of Branch 216 of the Quezon City Regional Trial Court, Alfonso C. Ruiz II.

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He stated that the court did not propose bail for the accused’s interim release. The desired person’s arrest has also been reported to the court of origin.

Meanwhile, two people have been arrested after the Commission on Elections (Comelec) issued a three-day weapons prohibition. During the first day of implementation, one of the violators was apprehended at Kabankalan City, Negros Occidental.

The suspect, who was 21 years old at the time, was the first Comelec gun ban offender apprehended in Western Visayas. He handed over a.38 revolver with five live.38 bullets and two-bladed weapons. Muntinlupa police, on the other hand, have detained the city’s first gun prohibition offender.

The suspect was described by Muntinlupa police as a 22-year-old man who was apprehended in the Southville 3 housing complex in Bgy. On the 11th of January, Poblacion. According to the preliminary inquiry, Muntinlupa police officers were conducting an anti-criminality operation when a resident told them that someone was carrying a handgun. They arrived in the area and discovered the man brandishing a.38 caliber handgun with two rounds and no serial number.

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