Thieves’ turf war in Caloocan’


Caloocan police chief, Senior Supt. Jemar Modequillo on Thursday said the cause of turf war among thieves in the city with the discovery of five bodies with slit throats in separate areas this week. The bodies of two unidentified men, both about 20 to 30 years old, were found on Wednesday sprawled on a dimly lit portion of EDSA in Caloocan. A cardboard with the message “This is our turf, you should not be here, there will be others to follow,” with names of certain “Oca, Gidoy, Jerome, Carlo Intsik, Sylex, Daboy and Roniel” apparently the next target, was found on top of the victim’s bodies. Modequillo believed that the threatening words on the cardboard served as a warning to some people who were trying to engage in illegal activities in the territory of their adversaries. Another body of a man was discovered along Tawilis St., Dagat-Dagatan Extension in Barangay 28.

The victim, wearing white sleeveless shirt and denim pants was believed killed somewhere and dumped in the area. Jing Villamente

Earlier on Wednesday, a body of a man was reportedly found by roving village watchmen in Bustamante Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenue, while another unidentified victim was discovered along C-4 Road in Barangay 73. All victims boar slit on their throat.


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