This happened in Antequera, Bohol, Philippines on April 19, 2016.
MURDER CASE OF JOYCE JABINES
REPORT FROM TAGBILARAN CITY PNP
Spot Report on Murder. That at around 03:40 p.m. of April 19, 2016, this station obtained information relative to an alleged murder case transpired along corners of M.H. Del Pilar and Gallares Sts., Poblacion II, Tagbilaran City, Bohol. Elements of this station led by George Vale, Chief of Police composed of SPO1 Sumaylo and PO2 Rofel Mendoza of Criminal Investigation Section of this station together with Quick Response Team personnel responded thereat. Assistance of Forensic Investigator (SOCO Team) led by PINSP Giovanne Abregana was requested for formal and proper crime scene processing. Initial investigation made revealed that at around 03:30 p.m. of the same date one Miraflor Payot, of legal age, resident of Bood, Ubay, Bohol a roommate of the victim later identified as certain JOYCE JABINES y MORTEJO, 25 years old, single, secretary of Fundline lending, a native of Brgy. Tabuan, Antequera, Bohol, presently renting at Reberta Galendes boarding house located along corners of M.H. Del Pilar and Gallares Sts., Poblacion II,, Tagbilaran City, Bohol was found by Miraflor Payot inside their room wherein both hands and feet of the victim were tied and her face was cover with a bloody pillow, further Miraflor averred that their room was lock when she came and she used a knife to open the door of the room and then the incident met her when she was inside and about to get her foam which impelled the latter to inform the son of the house caretaker who was in his room, who then said in an interview that the main door of the house was lock when he came. Moreover, during the crime scene processing we found a ring near the main door of the house which later positively identified by the immediate family as the toe ring of the victim. That we also found out that the victim sustained two (2) stab wounds on the left chest and her face (full) was tightly wrapped with a face towel and a tape and her bra, pants and underwear were slightly down. That after the processing the victim was brought to Holy Name Funeral Home wherein we requested Dra. Kara Angelique Valles, a resident OB of Gov. Celestino Gallares Memorial Hospital to conduct vaginal swabbing and Dr. Calvelo of City Health Office did his Post Mortem Examination on the victim with the following findings: Immediate cause of death Multiple Stab wounds, other significant conditions contributed to death Asphyxia secondary to suffocation. That this station still conducting follow-up operation for possible identity and apprehension of the suspect. Any Development, progress report will follows.
Drafter: PO2 Mendoza, R.O.
GEORGE ACOL VALE
Chief of Police
Before investigators could conclude it’s rape, netizens already went up fuming on its possibility in yesterday’s death of a female employee of a lending company.
Boholanos reacted to the reported death of one Joyce Jabines, a 25-year-old secretary of Fundline Lending Company who hailed from barangay Tabuan, Antequera, in a boarding house at corner M.H. Del Pilar and Gallares Sts. in Poblacion II, this city.
Investigators still look into the angles on robbery and rape in determining the motive in the crime.
Friends and acquaintances aired in social media, the call for thorough investigation and fast delivery of justice as they condemn the incident.
Chief chief of police, Superintendent George Vale, said the police station received an information at around 3:40 p.m. that a woman had been murdered inside the room she rented at Reberta Galendes’ boarding house.
Vale sent SPO1 Agosto Cesario Sumaylo and PO2 Rofel Mendoza of the Criminal Investigation Section and the Quick Response Team to investigate the report.
Scene of the Crime Operatives, led by Police Inspector Giovanne Abregana, also checked the incident.
Initial investigation showed that at around 3:30 p.m., one Miraflor Payot, the victim’s roommate who hails from barangay Bood in Ubay found the victim with both hands and feet tied and her face covered with a bloody pillow.
Miraflor also narrated that their room was locked when she arrived that afternoon, so she used a knife to open the door.
She was shocked to see Jabines in such condition when she was about to get her foam.
Miraflor then informed the boarding house caretaker’s son---who was in his room then---about what she saw.
The caretaker’s son said the main door of the house was locked when he arrived earlier.
The SOCO team found a ring near the main door of the house. An immediate relative later positively identified it as the victim’s toe ring.
The victim sustained two stab wounds on the left side of the chest, while her entire face was tightly wrapped with a face towel and tape. Her bra, pants and underwear were slightly pulled down.
The victim was then brought to the Holy Name Funeral Home and the forensic investigator requested Dr. Kara Angelique Valles, resident obstetrician at Gov. Celestino Gallares Memorial Hospital, to conduct vaginal swabbing.
Dr. Calvelo of the City Health Office who conducted the post-mortem examination found that the immediate cause of the victim’s death was multiple stab wounds, and asphyxia secondary to suffocation contributed to it.(with reports from Rey Tutas)
Isang hindi pa nakikilalang babae ang natagpuang patay sa isang bakanteng lote sa Brgy. Talaibon, Ibaan, Batangas noong ika-20 ng Agosto, taong kasalukuyan.
Batay sa spot report ng Ibaan Municipal Police Station (MPS), bandang alas-sais kinse ng umaga (6:15 AM) nang personal na magpunta sa Ibaan-MPS ang isang nagngangalang Gerardo Aguila, 43-taong gulang at residente ng Brgy. Coliat, upang i-report na mayroong bangkay ng babae ang natagpuan sa nasabing lugar malapit sa Dr. Juan A. Pastor Memorial National Highschool sa Brgy. Talaibon.
Matapos na marinig ang sumbong ni G. Aguila, agad itong pinuntahan ni Ibaan-MPS Officer-in-Charge Police Senior Inspector Joel Bunquin Ilagan kasama ang nakatalagang imbestigador ng araw na iyon na si SPO1 Reynaldo Paulines Dusal at ang patrol team ng nasabing presinto.
Sa inisyal na imbestigasyon, mayroong tama ng bala sa ulo ang biktima. Nakatali din umano ang mga kamay nito at binalot ang mukha gamit ang packaging tape.
Dahil dito, agad na hiningi ang tulong ng Scene Of The Crime Operatives (SOCO) para sa mas maayos na pagpoproseso ng lugar kung saan natagpuan ang biktima.
Dagdag pa sa description na nakatala sa spot report, ang babaeng natagpuan ay nakasuot ng violet na damit na may black stripes, medium-built and pangangatawan, at tinatayang nasa 5″2″ ang tangkad.
Dinala na ang biktima sa Provincial Crime Laboratory Office, Batangas City para sa autopsy.
Sa kasalukuyan, patuloy ang imbestigasyon ng Ibaan-MPS upang matukoy ang pagkakakilanlan ng biktima, motibo ng krimen, at kung sino ang may kagagawan o sangkot sa sinapit ng biktima.
Nananawagan ang Ibaan-MPS sa sinumang mayroong impormasyon tungkol sa insidente na kung maari ay makipag-ugnayan sa kanilang himpilan para sa mabilis na ikalulutas nito. Maari silan tumawag sa 0915-337-7440.
Naitalaga naman na “Officer-in-Case” si SPO1 Reynaldo Paulines Dusal.
An unidentified woman was found dead at a vacant lot in Brgy. Talaibon, Ibaan, Batangas, [Philippines] on August 20 this year .
According to spot report by Ibaan Municipal Police (MPS), at around 6:15 AM when 43-year-old and resident of Brgy. Coliat Gerardo Aguila persnally went to Ibaan-MPS to report that he found a dead woman in the said place near Dr. Juan A. Pastor Memorial National High School in Brgy. Talaibon.
After hearing the complaint from Mr. Aguila, Ibaan-MPS Officer-in-Charge Police Senior Inspector Joel Bunquin Ilagan, along with his designated investigator SPO1 Reynaldo Paulines Dusal and patrol team of the said precint, immediately went there on that day.
According to the initial investigation, the victim sustained gunshot wound to the head. Her hands were tied and her face was covered with packaging tape.
Because of that, the Scene of the Crime Operatives (SOCO) was immediately asked for help to properly process the crime scene where the victim was found.
In addition to the description that was indicated on the spot report, the dead woman was wearing violet blouse with black stripes, had medium-built body, and was 5'2" high.
The victim was brought to Provincial Crime Laboratory Office, Batangas City for the autopsy.
Now, Ibaan-MPS is continuing their investigation to discover the victim's identity, crime motive, and suspect(s) [who killed] the victim.
Ibaan-MPS is calling that whoever has information regarding the incident may coordinate with their office to speed up that will solve this [case]. They may call at 0915-337-7440.
SPO1 Reynaldo Paulines Dusal was designated as "Officer-in-Case".