An American wished for murder and a British [email protected] offender are set to be deported from the Philippines.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) captured the 2 males in two separate raids in Leyte this week.
Tipton Shea McMahon, aged 30, is needed in Texas for the murder of his stepfather seven years in the past.
Robert Evans, alias ‘Roger Vernon’, has a pending [email protected] offence case towards him within the United Kingdom.
BI Commissioner Jaime Morente stated at this time (Friday, September 1) that the US Embassy requested McMahon’s seize beneath arrest warrant issued by a US district court docket in Harris County, Texas.
“His passport was already cancelled by the US government. Thus he will be deported for being an undocumented and undesirable alien,” he added.
McMahon was charged with murder for stabbing to death his stepfather Peter O’Shea at his house in Cypress, Texas, on August 2, 2010.
Police arrested the then 23-year-old McMahon after the incident. His mom informed police that he noticed her son holding a knife whereas standing above the lifeless physique of the 52-year-old sufferer.
After posting bail, McMahon went on the run.
BI intelligence officer Bobby Raquepo stated McMahon arrived in Manila on October 2 final 12 months and had not left the nation since then.
Raquepo stated McMahon had eluded arrest within the US for six years earlier than he fled to the Philippines.
“We will put him in our blacklist to prevent him from re-entering our country,” he added.
Breach of order
Evans is described as a retired UK authorities employee with a spouse within the Philippines. He was granted momentary liberty on situation he had no contact with underage women.
However, after monitoring his Facebook use, UK police discovered him in breach of this order and requested his deportation to face additional charges.
Further particulars of his authentic conviction haven’t been revealed.
The two males stay in BI custody at Bicutan pending deportation.