Mayor Uy Commends Dipolog City Police For The Arrest Of Australian Murder Suspect
Dipolog City Mayor Evelyn T. Uy commended the local police force headed by its Acting Chief of Police, Superintendent Ranie Planilla Hachuela, for its immediate response of a murder case in the city that led to the early arrest of an Australian national suspected of perpetrating the crime.
From a special written report submitted by the Dipolog City Police Station to the Zamboanga del Norte Provincial Police Office, it was learned that around 11:30 in the morning of February 1, 2015, elements of the Dipolog City Police Station led by Police Superintendent Ranie P. Hachuela together with elements of the Zamboanga del Norte Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (ZN-CIDG) led by PCI Heryl L. Bruno and Dumaguete City Police Station led by Police Superintendent James T. Goforth, CIDG Negros Oriental led by PCI Aladin Dingal, PIB Negros Oriental Police Provincial Office led by PSI Muhammad Jamiri and other concerned agencies, arrested one Ali Ali at Flores Avenue, Barangay Looc, Dumaguete City. Based on documents recovered by police, Ali Ali is an Australian national with postal address at Number 6 Dunbar CRT, Keilor Downs, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia.
Ali is a suspect in the killing of one Allona B. Alvarez, who was found dead inside a room at Antonio’s Pension House at Martinez St., Central Barangay, Dipolog City last January 30, 2015. Alvarez was a 17-year old student from Barangay Bago, Sindangan, Zamboanga del Norte.
After his arrest in Dumaguete City, the suspect was immediately brought back to Dipolog City where he was brought to the Zamboanga del Norte Medical Center for a medical check-up and treatment of injuries and subsequently to the Dipolog City Police Station where he is presently detained while the case against him is being prepared.
With this recent accomplishment, Mayor Uy exhorted the members of the Dipolog City Police Station to continue their vigilance and to exert their best efforts in the fight against all forms of criminality in the city.(cio/ebp)