By Rjhay E. Laurea
MANILA — The Quezon City Prosecutor’s Office (QCPO) finds probable cause for complaints filed by Quezon City Police District-Criminal Investigation and Detection Unit (QCPD-CIDU) against Dr. Chao Tiao Yumul, suspect in the Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) shooting incident wherein three people perished and wounded two others.
Inquest Resolution No. XV-03-INQ-22G-03436 stated that QCPO agreed on the probability of the case.
As such, the QCPO imposed a “no bail” resolution against the suspect for three counts of murder in relation to Sec. 29 of Republic Act 10591 or the “Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act”.
For the first count of frustrated murder in relation also to RA10591, a bail of P200,000 was imposed while “no bail” again in violation of Sec. 3 of Republic Act 10883 or the New Anti-Carnapping Act of 2016.
QCPO also imposed a P60,000 bail for one count of violation of Sec 31 of RA 10591 and another P3,000 for one count of malicious mischief.
The QCPD-CIDU filed multiple charges against Yumul on Tuesday, July 26 in connection to the fatal shooting incident inside the ADMU campus last Sunday, July 24 that killed former Lamitan City, Basilan Mayor Rosita Furigay, her executive assistant Victor George Capistrano, and campus security guard Jeneven Bandiala, who reportedly tried to stop the suspect. (ai/mtvn)