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  1. Join Date
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    The Philippine National Police-Traffic Management Group (PNP-TMG) announced yesterday the arrest of the leader of a gang responsible for a carjacking spree in Quezon City and nearby provinces.

    Nabbed at his safehouse in Barangay Sto. Cristobal, Bangar town in La Union was Randy Madrigal, 27, alleged leader of the Madrigal Carnapping Group.

    TMG director Chief Superintendent Augusto Angcanan said the elusive Madrigal, who has several warrants pending against him for carjacking cases at a Quezon City court, was left with no choice but to surrender after a combined anti-carjacking police team surprised him at around 6 a.m.

    Madrigal is one of the priority targets of the TMG, which has intensified operations following a wave of carjacking incidents that swept Metro Manila in the last few weeks.

    The suspect, who has four pending warrants of arrest against him with a total bail bond of P254,000, has been tagged as one of the brains behind the upsurge of carjacking not only in the National Capital Region (NCR), but also in the Southern Tagalog and Central Luzon.

    Last May 16, Madrigal and his gang stole the Hyundai Starex van of one Flordeliza Gongora in Manila.

    Police anti-car theft agents recovered Gongoras vehicle at a gasoline station along the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) while it was about to be delivered to a buyer.

    During the operation, the group managed to escape, leaving the vehicle behind.

    Subsequent operations led the TMG officers to the gangs hideout in Barangay San Roque, Antipolo City, where the leader of the carjacking group again managed to elude arrest after trading shots with police raiders.

    A stolen Toyota Corolla was recovered by the policemen during the Antipolo raid, Angcanan said.

    After a series of carjacking incidents in Quezon City, Madrigal hid in La Union, where he forcibly took a Mitsubishi L-300 van from its owner in the capital town of San Fernando.


    Sana mahuli na nila lahat para safe na ulit lumabas.

  2. Join Date
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    #2
    Yay! :D

    But I'm still not driving in QC at night.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

  3. Join Date
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    #3
    Kung sigurado sila na yan nga ang MWCJ, eh hindi na dapat pa dalhin sa prisinto yan. Dami ng na perwisyo na buhay nyan.

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    #4
    kung pwede nga lang ..itali sa likod ng vehicle
    at kaladkarin habang nag drive sa kahabaan ng EDSA

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    #5
    Quote Originally Posted by niky
    Yay! :D

    But I'm still not driving in QC at night.
    No choice, I live in QC. At least, nabawasan ng 1 ang risks.

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    #6
    At least may konting good news.

    Quote Originally Posted by BoEinG_747
    kung pwede nga lang ..itali sa likod ng vehicle
    at kaladkarin habang nag drive sa kahabaan ng EDSA
    Dapat kahabaan ng NLEX.

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    #7
    some good news at last
    thats one down...

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    #8
    Quote Originally Posted by falken
    Dapat kahabaan ng NLEX.
    Nah... dapat naka-crucify yan sa may Mandaluyong bridge.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #9
    kung pansinin ninyo yong balita halos nakatakas lahat.Isa lang nahuli sigurado para me example naman. Ingat parin.Mahina magporsiyento siguro yong tao. Ilokano ata e. hehehe.Ako rin ilokano.

  10. Join Date
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    #10
    Pakantahin na yan at nang mahuli na rin yung iba.
    The authorities should set an example para wala nang sumunod sa mga yapak ng mga carjackers na yan. Nangyayari kasi, mahuli man sila, may kapalit kagad, iba naman ang pangalan ng grupo.

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