After being the one particular person not at dwelling when police carried out a sequence of raids on Sunday (July 30) towards his household, Ozamis City Councilor Ricardo Parojinog has been positioned within the Bureau of Immigration’s (BI) lookout bulletin.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II issued a memorandum Friday (August four) which ordered the councilor positioned within the Immigration Lookout Bulletin Order (ILBO).
“Considering the gravity of the offense/s possibly committed, there is a strong possibility that the foregoing personality may attempt to place himself beyond the reach of the legal processes of this Department by leaving the country,” mentioned Aguirre in his memorandum.
“We thus deem the issuance of an ILBO against the subject prudent in order at least monitor the itineraries of his flight, travel, and/or whereabouts,” Aguirre pointed out.
When the Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG) carried out the operations on Sunday armed with search warrants, Aguirre famous the councilor was “not at home when the PNP-CIDG conducted the search in his house where they have found several firearms and ammunitions.”
During the operations, police operatives claimed being attacked and fought again ensuing within the deaths of his brother, Ozamis City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Sr.; the mayor’s spouse Susan; and their brother, Misamis Occidental provincial board member Octavio Parojinog; and 12 others who labored for the mayor.
Police additionally arrested the mayor’s youngsters, Vice Mayor Nova Princess Parojinog-Echavez and Reynaldo Jr.