In recent news, it was reported that an alleged armed rider on Makati Road surrendered during the altercation. You are required to read the article for more details and information about the same. Follow us around for all the insights and fresh updates.
Who Is Angelito Rencio?
It was reported that Angelito Rencio surrendered on a Thursday night at the Makati City police station. According to sources, an alleged armed motorcycle rider who was caught on video in an altercation with a police officer has turned himself in, the Makati City police on Thursday. However, on the same day, at about 7:45 p.m., Angelito Rancio surrendered at the Makati City Police Station. However, he came to his office and voluntarily surrendered himself by reflecting on the complaint that was filed against him and for safety causes, upon knowing the reason and considering that he was posted on social media that went viral. However, the arrested individual, Rencio allegedly introduced himself as a former member of the Intelligence Service of the Armed Forces of the Philippines which was later claimed and refuted by the military.
Reportedly, in a video clip, the vehicle of Pasay Police Marson Dolipas allegedly nearly collided with the motorcycle of Rencio. In a recent interview, Dolipas told Rencio to remain careful while driving but the driver allegedly cursed at him. However, when they reached Arrnaiz Avenue, Dolipas said that he saw the rider in front of him which increased his shirt and allegedly sparked a gunshot. In a statement, the NCRPO spokesperson said that the incident was reported to the Makati police but the desk officer and their sub-station commander had lapses. On investigation, they were being removed from their posts which were pending the investigation. Moreover, he had various complaints against him, and they are as follows:
- The Republic Act No 10591 or Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act.
- Article 177 of the Revised Penal Code or disrespecting the authority.
- Article 151 of the RPC or resistance and disobedience to a person in power.
The new complaints include:
- RA No. 493 or the act preventing the use of conferring military grades by people who are not in service.
- Article 172 of the RPC or falsification of public documents.
Reportedly, on August 25, the video clip of the altercation portraying Dolipas with a gun in his hand and pressing down the rider on the ground went viral. Thank you for being a patient reader. As you know, shares are always appreciated.