MANILA – Supt. Maria Christina Nobleza and her partner Reenor Lou Dungon who is a member of the Abu Sayaf Group (ASG) are now under the custody of the Philippine National Police (PNP).
PNP Chief Director General Ronald Dela Rosa said they are looking into the possible information shared by the female cop to the terrorist group.
Nobleza is a former member of the PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Group (AIDG) before she was transferred to Davao City as the Deputy Regional Chief of the PNP crime laboratory.
“Tataggalin natin sya sa serbisyo she is sleeping with the enemy (We will dismiss her from service because she is sleeping with the enemy),” Chief Dela Rosa said.
The PNP is not discounting the possibility that she wants to help her boyfriend escape from Bohol.
Authorities also found out that Dungon is also the sibling of one of ASG’s leaders being hunted by the PNP.
“Initially it would appear na parang they are trying to rescue yung remaining tao doon (Initially it would appear that they are trying to rescue the remaining people there),” Chief Dela Rosa added.
Last April 22, authorities arrested Nobleza and Dungon in Clarin, Bohol when the ASG member attempted to escape the police checkpoint.
Along with the two was a close relative of known ASG leaders.
Also with them at the time of the arrest was a woman whose daughters were married to the late Indonesian terrorist Zulkifli Bin Hir, alias Marwan; Abu Sayyaf leader, Khadaffy Janjalani and Abu Solaiman, the alleged suspect in the 2004 SuperFerry bombing; and, Ahmad Santos, the founder of the Rajah Solaiman Movement.
“Hard core mother in law yun ng mga ASG pati yung anak na 13 years old na minor ni Akmat Santos Raja Sulaiman Movement leader na nakakulong sa Bicutan ( She is hardcore mother-in-law of the ASG leaders, and even the 13 year old son of Akmat Santos Raja Sulaiman Movement leader who is detained in Bicutan),” Chief Dela Rosa stated.
The PNP chief will request for the detention of Nobleza at Camp Crame while the extent of her relationship with Dungon, a high risk suspect, is still being investigated.
The female cop is currently detained in Tagbilaran City. — Grace Casin | UNTV News & Rescue
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