BACOLOD CITY: The mayor of Isabela, Negros Occidental, said he will file charges against members of the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) unit of the city police station who were involved in a gunfight with two suspects of robbery before a high school here last August 10, where his 15-year-old daughter was hit by a stray bullet.
"If the police investigation is not fair, I go all the way to the Ministry of Justice to prosecute a case because the future of my child, Mikka Ella, has been compromised," said Isabela Burgomaster Joselito Malabor.
A stray bullet hit the left buttock of Mikka Ella that attacked her pelvic bone.
"My daughter now has difficulty walking and uses a walking stick and is not yet able to go to school.In a YouTube movie of the incident, I saw my daughter fall and then she was towed to a police vehicle to be taken to a hospital," said the major.
Attorney Joseph Celis, regional director of the National Police Commission (Napolcom), said their initial investigation showed that there was & # 39; decay & # 39; on the part of the SWAT unit, but refused to give details except & # 39; there will be people who will answer the law & # 39 ;.
The SWAT members meet the robbers who have a van from Japanese Tobacco Inc. ceased in Purok Maghili-ugyon, Barangay Taloc in Bago City, Negros Occidental which resulted in the death of three, including a driver of a pedicab and injured three others.
In the battle for the gunfight, the suspects Armelle Pilapil Espadon and Ryan Espadon Alib were murdered, allegedly the remains of Agustin's criminal gang engaged in activities to rob and kill assassins of assassins. Pedicab driver Delfin Ortiz, 70, died of a stray bullet while injured Estrella Claridad, 71; Walter Dojena, a sailor; and the daughter of Malabor who were caught in the crossfire for Sum-ag National High School during a firefight.