Pangasinan’s ‘most wanted’ arrested in North Cotabato

By December 9, 2018Crime Notes, News

LINGAYEN—The most wanted person in Pangasinan (provincial level) was arrested by agents of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) and the Lingayen Police in  North Cotabato on December 1.

 Arrested was Rony Agsayang Estrada, alias ‘Elong’, a native of  Barangay Tonton, Lingayen, the object of ‘Manhunt Charlie’.

The suspect was identified as leader of the Estrada criminal group believed to be engaged in gun-for-hire, robbery, holdup and other criminal activities that operated in a number of towns in Pangaainan.

Estrada had a standing warrant of arrest for murder issued by the Regional Trial Court (RTC) in Lingayen implemented by CIDG Pangasinan, and Lingayen Police with the help of   CIDG Zamboanga del Sur, Lingayen Police Station, Police Regional Office 1 and Midsayap, North Cotabato Police Station.

The Estrada group is also suspected to be behind several unsolved killings in the province in the past.

Estrada’s co-accused in the murder case: Noel Penaflor, Rammie Ferrer and Henry Miller, are still at large. No bail was recommended for all the accused.

Estrada remains under the custody of the CIDG Zamboanga del Sur. (Leonardo Micua)

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