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To teach young men a broader definition of masculinity that includes being empathetic, loving and non-violent. Photo by emtv.com online

To teach young men a broader definition of masculinity that includes being empathetic, loving and non-violent. Photo by emtv.com online

Camp Simeon A. Ola,Legazpi City, [02.27.18] – At least two wanted persons who are facing charges for violation of Republic Act 9262 (Anti-Violence Against Women and Their Children Act of 2004) were arrested by authorities in the muncipality of Donsol, Sorsogon and in Ligao City today, a report reaching Camp Simeon A. Ola said.

Police Regional Office – 5 Regional Public Information Officer Police Senior Inspector Malu C. Calubaquib identified the arrested suspect as Ronnie Oraye y Deodoro, 36 years old, married of Barangay Tambo, Ligao City.

Oraye was arrested at 11:30 in the morning, February 27, 2018 at Barangay Nasisi, Ligao City by joint elements of Ligao City Police Station and Criminal Investigation and Detection Team-Albay by virtue of  warrant of arrest  issued by Honorable Judge Edwin C. Ma-alat of Regional Trial Court, Branch 14, Ligao City for Violation of Republic Act  9262.

The charge was docketed under Criminal Case No. 7253 with PhP120,000.00 bail recommended.

In the same vein, in Barangay Awaii, Donsol, Sorsogon another wanted person who was identified as Edgardo Abardo y Alcantara, 44 years old of Barangay Tinanogan, Donsol, Sorsogon was also arrested by elements of Donsol Municipal Police Station at 12:45 in the afternoon today.

Abardo was arrested by virtue of warrant of arrest issued by Honorable Judge Bernardo R. Jimenez, Jr of Regional Trial Court, Branch 51, Sorsogon City for Violation of Sections 5 (i) and Section 5 of Republic Act 9262.

Section 5 of Republic Act 9262 is define as an Acts of Violence Against Women and Their Childre – The crime of violence against women and their children is committed through any of the following acts: (i) Causing mental or emotional anguish, public ridicule or humiliation to the woman or her child, including, but not limited to, repeated verbal and emotional abuse, and denial of financial support or custody of minor children of access to the woman’s child/children.