A WOMAN who was wanted for carnapping, estafa thru falsification of public document and illegal recruitment was arrested by Tanauan police during the serving of several warrants in Quezon City on Tuesday.
A report to P/Col. Edwin A. Quilates, Batangas police director, by Tanauan City Police Station head P/Lt. Col. Jack E. Angog identified the suspect as Genalyn Cubacub, single, online seller and a resident of No. 60 Sampaguita St., San Pedro 9 Subdivision, in Novaliches.
Angog, the newly installed police chief, said the Tanauan CPS conducted an operation around 7:10 p.m. and arrested the suspect who was hiding in Malvar, Batangas by virtue of a warrant of arrest for carnapping dated September 12, 2018 issued by Judge Gay Marie Lubigan of the Regional Trial Court Branch 83, for Illegal recruitment dated July 13, 2017 issued by Judge Arcadio Manigbas of RTC Branch 6, for estafa case dated January 17 2019 issued by Judge Cythia Ricablanca of RTC Branch 83 all of Tanauan City, and for five counts of estafa dated June 11, 2019 issued by Judge Gay Peter Filip Abelita of Municipal Trial Court Branch 132 of Quezon City.
The suspect is listed as No. 8 most wanted personality in Lambat Sibat Phase 6, the report said.
Meanwhile, San Luis town police chief Capt. Alberto F. Fabregas reported on Tuesday that they apprehended a wanted suspect identified as Raymark Caalam, 28, a native and resident of Bgy. Dulangan, Malvar.
With the warrant of arrest issued by Presiding Judge Rosauro Angelito S. David of the RTC Branch 101, Sta. Rosa City, Laguna, authorities conducted an operation at 6:40 p.m. and apprehended the most wanted person for the crime of murder.
The suspect with no recommended bail was listed as no. 1 in the Top 10 MWP 2nd quarter reload and listed as no. 1 in LOI Manhunt Charlie of San Luis station.