Philippine National Police

National Capital Region Police Office

PBGEN DEBOLD M SINAS

STATION’S TOP 1 AND TOP 2 MOST WANTED PERSONS ARRESTED IN MALATE

The Chief NCRPO, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS commended the personnel of Malate Police Station (PS9)- Manila Police District for the successful arrest
of their Station‘s Top 1 and Top 2 Most Wanted Persons at about 8:30AM of July 8, 2020 along Bayabas Ave. Corner Duhat St., Christian Executive Village Barangay Talon Singko Las Piñas City.

According to the initial report, the operation stemmed from an intelligence information provided by the Barangay Information Network informants of PS9 regarding the possible whereabouts of the two accused.

Consequently, verification, monitoring and intelligence surveillance was conducted and a manhunt operation ensued which resulted in the arrest of the two accused who were later identified as Michael Poche y Pardilla, 30 years old, single, jobless and a resident of Christian Executive Village Barangay Talon Singko, Las Piñas City and his father, Nolie Poche, 57 years old, married, foreman, presently residing together with his son in the address mentioned above.

The accused Michael Poche y Pardilla was arrested by virtue of a warrant of arrest issued by Honorable Alfredo D Ampuan of RTC Branch 40 relative to a pending criminal case docketed under court docket no. 16-325439 for the Crime of Murder while Nolie Poche was arrested by virtue of a warrant of arrest issued by Judge Aida E Layug of Branch 46, RTC Manila docketed under Criminal Case No. 10-273499 for the Crime of Murder.

Presently, the suspects are detained in Malate Police Station pending the issuance of the commitment order and return of the warrant of arrest to the issuing court.

“I commend the successful manhunt operation conducted by the personnel of Malate Police Station (PS9) which resulted in the arrest of their Top 1 and Top 2 Most Wanted Persons for Murder. This operation once again reflected our strong commitment to locate and arrest wanted persons in the Metro and bring them before the court ordering their arrest,” said PMGEN SINAS.