Suspect in Bulacan massacre found dead

Suspect in Bulacan massacre found dead


CITY OF SAN JOSE DEL MONTE, Bulacan — One of the suspects implicated in the killing of five family members in Barangay Sto. Cristo here was found dead early Tuesday morning.

Police Supt. Fritz Macariola, police chief of the City of San Jose Del Monte, identified the suspect as Rolando Pacinos alias Inggo, one of those implicated in the crime by arrested suspect Carmelino Ibanez.

Initial investigation disclosed that according to Dapsy Daud, president of the North Ridge Royal Subdivision Homeowners’ Association, he saw the half naked body of the victim along Palmera Drive road with a placard placed on him written with “addict at rapist ako, huwag tularan” and a pump belt tied to a stick was wrapped around his neck.

The male cadaver was one of the persons of interest subject of follow-up investigation by San Jose Del Monte City Police Station after being identified by Ibanez as one of his cohorts in the brutal killing of the Dizon-Carlos family.

Dexter Carlos, a security guard and head of the family, discovered the dead bodies of his family members at 8:45 a.m. Tuesday last week.

His mother-in-law Auring Dizon, 58; his wife Estrella, 35; and their children Donny, 11; Ella, 7; and one-year old Dexter Jr. all bore multiple stab wounds and drenched in blood.

Investigation showed that Auring sustained 32 stab wounds, Estrella got 45; Donny had 14; Ella had 19; and Dexter Jr. with five stab wounds. Emil Gamos/