By Staff
Published 1:44 PM, January 20, 2023

Biliran, Biliran— Drinking too much proves dangerous after a veterinarian of the Provincial Government of Biliran is facing multiple charges when four persons including police filed charges against him during an incident about 6:55 in the evening on Thursday, Jan 19, Brgy. San Isidro Here.

Biliran COP Police Capt. Isidro Ancero identified the suspect as Richelle Naputo, 47, married, Veterinarian at Biliran Provincial Capitol, Naval, Biliran and a resident of Brgy. San Isidro, here.

While the victims filing charges against the suspect were identified as Police Staff Sergeant Renante Palconit, 41, married, police officer presently assigned at Almeria, Resty Palconit, 35, widower, Christian Corpin, 41, married and Rico Peñaflor, 42, married, Brgy. Chairman of all residents of Brgy. San Isidro, of this municipality.

Capt Ancero in a telephone interview disclosed a concerned citizen personally reported to Biliran police station informing them regarding a commotion that happened at Brgy. San Isidro. He said that acting on the said report, personnel of said station immediately proceeded to the said place and upon arrival thereat, the above-named suspect was already restrained by one of the complainant Police Staff Sergeant Renate D Palconit. He added that the suspect was drunk during the incident and has been known to be a problem of the community every time he got drunk.

Initial investigation conducted by responding police revealed that said suspect armed with a firearm proceeded to the house of Christian Corpin where the said victims were having conversation. The suspect immediately pointed his gun to Sergeant Palconit and squeezed the trigger but the firearm failed to fire prompting the police to hurriedly grab the suspect and forcefully get the said firearm. The police have awaited his fellow police to bring the suspect to the police station.

Recovered from the suspect was one cal. 45 TAURUS PT 945 with serial number NCP35083, inserted with magazine for cal. 45 loaded with eight live ammunition for cal. 45. For documentation and proper disposition.

Charges of violation of RA 10591, the Comprehensive Law against Illegal possession of firearms, ammunition and explosives, attempted Murder and Grave Threats are filed by the local police at the Provincial Prosecutors Office today Friday, Jan 20.

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