February 5th, 2009
First Posted 11:24 AM 02/05/2009
Last Updated 07:50 AM 02/06/2009
Naval, Biliran (Feb. 5, 2009) – A stabbing incident that happened this morning near the barangay hall of Barangay Calumpang this town resulted in the death of one person and the wounding of his attacker.
In an initial report filed by P/Supt. Anastacio E. Agullo, Chief of the Naval Police Station, it was stated that the stabbing incident transpired on or about 8:40 this morning while a team led by P/SInsp. Demillo of the Naval Police Station was conducting a mobile patrol towards the direction of Barangay Calumpang.
The police officer Demillo mentioned in the report was P/SInsp. Francisco G. Demillo, the Deputy Chief of the Naval Police Station.
Based on the report, it was stated that upon passing the Capitol ground, a man flagged down the mobile patrol and was asked for police assistance, stating that a man is in the process of being stabbed by another man at the barangay hall of Barangay Calumpang.
The team immediately alighted out of their mobile car and ran towards the scene of the incident. P/SInsp. Demillo in the frontline saw a man on top of another man whose face was on the ground, still stabbing repeatedly the back of the man lying on the ground, the report added.
It was narrated in the police report that P/SInsp. Demillo shouted in a loud voice,”this is the police stop, drop your weapon and hands on your head.”
This photo was taken at Brgy. Calumpang Hall in Naval photo by jalmz
It was further stated in the report that the man did not heed him as he continued to stabbed the victim. This prompted the said officer to fire a warning shot, and that upon hearing the warning shot, the man rose and tried to attack the police by aiming his weapon, a Rambo knife, at the officer. The latter was forced to fire at him, hitting him on his body to immobilize him.
The suspect, after he was hit, immediately dropped his weapon to the ground. The police were able to subdue him and bring him to the hospital for medical treatment. The stabbing victim was pronounced dead by attending physicians and later identified as Leo Narrido Ancero while the suspect was identified as Felimon B. Narrido, as stated in the report.
The murder weapon is in the custody of the police at present and a progress report will soon follow. The investigation is handled by SPOI Allan Asodesin, the police officer assigned to the case.
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