Most Wanted Man Raped a Woman With Disability

By: DiversityHuman in News

A man who raped a handicapped woman in the province of Leyte has been arrested by the officials of Criminal Investigation and Detection Group(CIDG-NCR). The suspect was nabbed with the help of the Philippine National Police Highway Patrol Group (PNP-HPG).

Authorities received an information from a certain tipster that the criminal identified as Charito Baldoz was hiding in Malabon after he sexually abused a woman with disability in Abuyog, Leyte. After thorough verification of the report, the police immediately dispatched a set of skilled officers to complete the joint operations in the area. However, before they captured the high profile criminal, several detectives carefully drafted their plan thinking that the suspect would show resistance to the arresting officers.

When the team arrived in Malabon, they directly entered a narrow street that leads them straight to their target. The police officers, only armed with pistols, were able to limit the movement of Charito Baldoz and another man with him during the arrest.

In a short interview, the rapist firmly denied his involvement in the alleged sexual assault against a crippled lady in Leyte. The 29-year-old most wanted man said he doesn't have any clue as to why the police received a rape complaint against him.

At the cell, the man maintains neutral interaction to the news reporters. He reiterated his innonence to the crime but the authorities have no plans of releasing him from their custody.

The suspect who was under surveillance for quite sometime may face rape charges and could potentially serve jail time if proven guilty of the rape accusations.


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Posted by DiversityHuman.com on 23 Jun 2016



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