MANILA, Philippines — A police officer in Tondo surfaced on Tuesday to report her service firearm, which may have been nvolved in a stray bullet case in Caloocan City during the New Year's day revelry, stolen. She said her service firearm was stolen from her home last December 10 while she was sleeping. Modequillo said the pistol, which had had its serial number defaced, would be sent to the police crime laboratory to check if it matches the stolen service firearm. He said the officer might not be administratively liable for the stray bullet incident if the gun is proven to have been stolen from her. Ancheta, who is detained at the Caloocan city police custodial center, will face charges for frustrated murder and possession of a firearm.
Source: Philippine Star January 03, 2018 03:00 UTC