16 Caloocan Police Take Watch, Cellphone And Money In One House They Raided

A 51-year-old woman was traumatized after members of the PNP Caloocan entered her house and stole her items and cash on September 7.

Based on the CCTV footage several armed men entered the house of Lorena at about 9:00 p.m. where they used a bolt cutter to remove the lock. One of the men was seen checking the phone that he picked on top of the TV set.

On September 14, Lorena officially filed a complaint against the PNP officers. She said she wanted these men to suffer the consequences of their actions since they don’t have search warrants.

In an interview with the ABS-CBN News, Lorena said the police barged in her property because alias “Bebe” who was arrested that time told them that he was buying his drugs from her. She said he has yet to enter her house.

Senior Superintendent Jemar Modequillo, the chief of Northern Police District and Caloocan Police said there is an obvious irregularity on the operation. He immediately removed and disarmed the 14 members of the Caloocan PNP who were involved in the operation.

Team leader Warren Peralta and Station Commander of PCP Chief Inspector Timothy Aniway Jr. were also replaced.

Modequillo also questioned why a disabled police and a minor were allowed to join the operation. Two more suspects were being hunted to retrieve the stolen belongings and money.

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