The Daraga PNP re-shuffle directive was issued due to the solon’s murder, only to face another new murder case as two unidentified cadavers discovered in Barangay Gabawan.

 

Dárlán Páléncìá Bárcélón

 

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Two unidentified dead male persons discovered this morning in Purok 6, Barangay Gabawan, Daraga, Albay. PNP Photo.

Two unidentified dead male persons discovered this morning in Purok 6, Barangay Gabawan, Daraga, Albay. PNP Photo.

Daraga, Albay, [12.23.18] – It’s barely less than a day after Police Director General Oscar D. Albayalde issued a directive relieving Police Superintendent Benito E. Dipad, Jr from his post –incoming Daraga Municipal Police Station Officer-in-Charge Police Superintendent Dennis B. Balla, a challenging investigation task ahead on the newly created Task Force on the murder of Congressman Rodel M. Batocabe the latest incident of a possible murder cases has cropped up this morning.

Police Superintendent Dennis B. Balla, the newly designated Chief of Police of Daraga Municipal Police Station is given a baptism of fire on the discovered two dead male persons this morning in Purok 6, Barangay Gabawan.

Police Superintendent Balla replaced Police Superintendent Dipad as a head of Daraga Municipal Police Station upon the directive by Police Director General Albayalde following the murder of Congressman Batocabe and SP01 Rolando S. Diaz yesterday in Barangay Burgos, Daraga, Albay.

Balla investigation background will be tested in his new assignment being the former Chief of Provincial Intelligence Branch of Albay Provincial Police Office, while Police Superintendent Dipad will be assigned at the Regional Personnel Holding and Accounting Unit [RPHAU] as directed by Chief PNP, Police Senior Inspector Mayvell Barcia Gonzales, Public Information Officer of Albay Provincial Police Office told the www.philexaminer.com via short message service.

Balla’s baptism of fire came just this morning at 9:45 o’ clock when Gabawan Punong Barangay Roberto Obispo reported on the discovered dead male persons in Purok 6.

The victims bore gunshot wounds on the different parts of their bodies.

The cadaver was brought to a local funeral parlor to conduct an autopsy and an investigation is still underway for possible identification of the victims.

The first victim believed to be between 45 to 49 years old, slim body built wearing a blue t-shirt and brown 6-Pockets short pants, while the other is believed to be between 50 to 55 years old, wearing black short pants and without an upper garment.