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CDS, DDS kill 9 in Caloocan, Taguig

  • Written by Jeffrey C. Tiangco
  • Published in Metro
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VIGILANTE group “Caloocan Death Squad” (CDS) struck anew and killed eight suspected drug personalities in separate areas over the weekend in Caloocan City while the Deadly Death Squad (DDS) shot dead a druggie in Taguig City.

Roderick Nulud, 44, and his cousin Raymond John Nulud, 19, both of Zapote Road, Bgy. 178, Camarin, were on board a single motorcycle (PD-196) driven by the former when two riding-in-tandem suspects blocked their path on Zapote Road at 2 p.m. Sunday.
The back rider, wearing helmet and face mask, alighted and shot the victims several times in their bodies that resulted in their untimely death. Ten empty shells and three deformed slugs for unknown caliber of firearms were recovered at the crime scene while a transparent plastic sachet containing suspected shabu was found on the left side pocket of Roderick.
Victims’ relative Brenda Bermudo, 60, revealed to police that both victims were engaged in drug peddling.
In Bgy. Bagong Silang, Randy Balboa, 28, tricycle driver, of Phase 7N Pkg. 5, Blk. 92, Excess Lot, Bgy. 176, was standing beside Gina Store in Phase 7C and waiting for a friend at 3:30 p.m. when four armed men wearing helmets and face masks peppered him with bullets in the head and body, killing him instantly.
Police recovered from the crime scene 15 empty shells and two deformed slugs for unknown caliber of firearm. Victim’s uncle Alexander Egargo, 36, admitted to police that his nephew was involved in illegal drug activity and was convicted for violation of Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act of 2002 in 2010.
At 1 a.m. Sunday, Joel Ordoñez, 58, and his sister Joan, 42, were sleeping inside their house at 4521 San Vicente Ferrer St., Bgy. 178, Camarin, when two armed men, both wearing bonnets and face masks, barged in and shot the victims, killing them on the spot.
The suspects fled on a single motorcycle after the killing. Four empty shells for cal. .45 pistol and five empty shells and two deformed slugs for cal. .9mm were recovered by police at the crime scene.
Police investigator PO3 Rhyan Rodriguez said victim’s elder sister Jen Ordoñez, 59, revealed that her siblings were involved in illegal drugs trade.
Earlier at 12:41 a.m., Gennilyn Malate, 42, and Jaypee Quizon, both of Balite St., Bgy. 179, Amparo Village, were sleeping in their abode when two armed men wearing face masks and bonnets forcibly barged in and shot the victims.
A concerned citizen in the area, who refused to be identified, told police that the victims were both involved in illegal drug activities. Four empty shells and two deformed slugs for unknown caliber of firearm were recovered at the crime scene.
At 12:30 a.m., Ronnie Sinadhan, 38, vendor of 1917 CBY Barracks, Bgy.  186, Tala, was standing in front of Jhen Store on Saint Peter Street when two men wearing face masks and helmets shot him at close range.
The victim’s neighbor, Romnie Calma, 19, told investigators that the victim was involved in illegal drugs. Two empty shells for cal. .45 pistol and two empty shells and two deformed slugs for cal. .9mm were recovered by police at the scene.
In Taguig City, a 20-year-old drug suspect, who allegedly refused to heed his stepfather’s warning to stop and mend his ways, was shot dead by DDS the other day.
John Raver Salazar died instantaneously from 13 bullet wounds after he was shot while walking on C5 Road, Western Bicutan.
Police recovered 13 empty shells for unknown caliber of firearm.
Residents in the area told police they heard successive shots before they found Salazar’s bullet-riddled body sprawled on the pavement.
Edgar Olarte, the victim’s stepfather, admitted that Salazar, whom he described as an occasional user of illegal drugs, that he asked him to stop  and surrender but refused to heed his pleas.  With Edd Reyes & Hannah Rhocellhynnia Cruz (OJT)