General Santos City Police Station
General Santos City Police Crime Activities
On January 10, 2011, at about 5:45 p.m., a group of suspected kidnappers were arrested by the joint elements of the Philippine National Police and the Armed Forces of the Philippines. One unit Mitsubishi L-300 van, colored gray and bearing the Plate Number MBH-138 was intercepted at Barangay Apopong, General Santos City.
Guarin was reported to have sustained five gunshot wounds in different parts of the body and one in the head. He was rushed to the General Santos City Hospital but doctors declared him dead on arrival. Guarin was also former manager of the defunct DXBB RGMA Super Radyo General Santos. He is the first media practitioner killed in 2012.
On May 21, the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has issued a general appeal asking the concerned government agencies–particularly the police and local government–to take effective and adequate measures to prevent the slaughters of criminal suspects and robbery victims in General Santos City
According to this report below from SunStar Superbalita, a local newspaper in General Santos City, the police had already established that the weapons used by the gunmen responsible in the unabated killings had come from the same firearms. According to their ballistic test of slugs and empty shells recovered, particularly the .45 caliber pistol that is usually being used by the gunmen, the signatures came from the same weapons. This has strengthens suspicions over the possibility of the existence of a gun for hire group in the city.
However, the police did not prosecute the victims for murder because they had no evidence that could prove that they were the bombers. But whether they were responsible for the bomb blast or not no longer mattered anymore. The community already believed, after the media reports, that the police had arrested the culprits.
Police Superintendent Bartolome Baluyot, former regional director...