Baguio: Drug surrenderers killed 2 days in a row
BAGUIO CITY, Philippines – Two persons identified in their communities as drug surrenderers were separately killed by unidentified men two days in a row here.
On Thursday, September 22, at 11:26 am, Chona Oliveros, a manicurist, was shot by a lone gunman while she was giving a pedicure to a customer at a sari-sari store at Hangar market.
Police report says the 47-year-old victim was shot 3 times – once on the head and twice on her body. Her body was identified by her live-in partner Clemente Dumo Vega, 39.
Earlier reports said Oliveros was a drug surrenderer and was on the drug watchlist of Station 2 of the Baguio City Police. The station said, however, that the case is under investigation.
On Friday, September 23, at 11:10 am, mechanic Michael Agbuya was shot dead by two gunmen while at his garage on Lopez Jaena.
The 40-year-old victim, a married man, was shot several times by the suspects but managed to run to his house, where he fell dead on the floor. The suspects fled on foot.
Agbuya is a drug surrenderer. – Rappler.com
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