Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- In a series of coordinated operations, authorities successfully apprehended five of Central Luzon’s most wanted individuals, each facing serious criminal charges in the provinces of Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga and Tarlac earlier today (June 1).
Based on reports that reached the Office of PBGen Jose Hidalgo Jr, PRO3, the arrested individuals were identified as Maximo Calma y Esguerra, Top 1 Most Wanted Person Provincial Level in Bulacan by virtue of Warrant of Arrest for four counts of Statutory Rape (CC No. 97-SJDM-2024 to 100-SJDM-2024) issued by Hon. Ma Cristina Geronimo Juanson, Presiding Judge of RTC Branch 5-FC, CSJDM, Bulacan with no recommended bail; Leamor Isidro y Danor, Most Wanted Person, Provincial Level No. 7 -Nueva Ecija by virtue of Warrant of Arrest for Illegal Recruitment (R.A. 8042) under criminal case no. 7051-G (2024) issued by Hon. Virgin Rose Sharon P. Guillermo-Encomienda, Presiding Judge of RTC Branch 32, Guimba, Nueva Ecija. Isidro with no recommended bail; John Reymark Dulay y Muñoz, Top 9 Most Wanted Person Provincial Level-Pampanga by virtue of Bench Warrant of Arrest for Violation of Sec 11, Art. II of RA 9165 under Criminal Case No. R-MKT-23-02210-CR issued by Hon. Josephine M. Advento, Presiding Judge of RTC Branch 135, Makati City with recommended bail set at Php 200,000 for provisional liberty; Reymon Bognot y Marcelo, Top 2 Most Wanted Person Regional Level by virtue of Warrant of Arrest for the crime of Rape under Art. 266-A(1) in relation to Art. 266-B, with CC No. CPN-24-80, issued by Hon. Percival Tabalon Atinaja, Presiding Judge, Regional Trial Court, Branch 113, Concepcion with no recommended bail; and Sonny Perez y Baldos, Top 1 Most Wanted Person Provincial Level Bataan by virtue of Warrant of Arrest for Lascivious Conduct under Sec 5(b) of RA 7610 docketed under CC No. 20779 issued by HON. DORINA CASTRO-BALTAZAR, Presiding Judge of Family Court, Branch 2 Balanga City, Bataan.
PBGEN HIDALGO JR stated that these significant arrests underscore the PNP’s dedication to ensuring the rule of law and delivering justice, demonstrating their commitment to public safety and order.