A Japanese tourist has been arrested in Angeles City for having [email protected] with underage women, one solely 13 years outdated.
Michichiro Suzumura, aged 43, was joined in detention yesterday (Tuesday, July 25) by three younger feminine pimps after a police ensnarement operation.
According to a report in rappler.com, simply minutes after allegedly being [email protected] abused by Suzumura final Friday, two sisters aged 16 and 13 went to seek out assist to forestall any future ordeals.
At about 4pm, visitors officer Ronaldo Quizon was manning the movement of autos close to the red mild district of Fields Avenue when the sisters approached him.
They instructed Mr Quizon that they had simply been raped by a Japanese tourist in a room at First Avenue Hotel on First Street, a brief stroll away from Fields Avenue.
The women identified their alleged abuser, who ran away after seeing the ladies speaking to a uniformed official.
Mr Quizon adopted Suzumura, who ducked inside JJ’s Supermarket.
After ready for whereas outdoors, Mr Quizon went inside and arrested Suzumura earlier than taking him to a close-by police station.
Chief Inspector Aris Gonzales stated an investigation discovered that Suzumura had been receiving textual content messages from pimps, providing him [email protected] with women as younger as 13 in trade for a couple of thousand pesos.
The police officers then laid out a plan to entrap the pimps utilizing messages despatched on Suzumura’s cell phone.
After gathering incriminating proof, officers had been yesterday in a position to arrest Cyrille Lazaga, 18; Jessica Dimarucut, 18; and Mary Ann Abundo, 21. They additionally rescued one other 4 younger victims.
The younger ladies face charges for violation of Republic Act 9208, the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act; Republic Act 7610, the Special Protection of Children Against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act; and Republic Act 9775, the Anti-Child Pornography Act.
The six women rescued within the operation at the moment are in protecting custody on the City Social Welfare and Development Office.