A suspect in the ruthless murdering of Christine Silawan
– the 16-year-old young lady who was discovered dead with her face cleaned to the bones that uncovered her skull in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu – was captured Friday evening in Davao City.
Jonas Bueno was captured in Guadalupe, Barangay Matina Pangi, at around 5 p.m. Friday, said Chief Inspector Milgrace
Driz, Criminal Investigation and Detection Group-Davao City Field Unit (CIDG-DCFU) boss.
Bueno, an individual of enthusiasm for the bleak executing of Silawan, was busted on the quality of a capture warrant issued by Judge Jerry B Dicdican of the Danao City Cebu Regional Trial Court Branch 25 for the homicide of one Trinidad Batucan on January 11, 2019.
Police are examining the conceivable association of Silawan and Batucan's killings. Like Silawan, Batucan's skin on the face and chest were likewise evacuated, as indicated by reports.
Driz said individuals from the Mindanao Area Police Intelligence Office of the Philippine National Police (PNP), National Bureau of Investigation 11, Regional Intelligence Unit 11 and Davao City Police Office-Police Station 3 served the capture warrant.
Silawan, an understudy of Maribago High School, was first detailed missing by her mom after she neglected to return home from filling in as an authority in chapel on Sunday.
The next day, March 11, her body was discovered half-stripped in an empty part in Sitio Mahayahay, Barangay Bankal in Lapu-Lapu City.
Last Wednesday, President Duterte requested police to chase down the suspects, including Bueno.
Senior Superintendent Bernard Banac, PNP representative, said the capture of Bueno is a bit nearer to accomplishing equity for the Silawan's demise.
"Mahalaga kasi na sa lalong madaling panahon maaresto ang suspek para malaman natin ang motibo sa krimen, paano niya isinagawa ito, at mapanagot siya sa batas," Banac told the Manila Bulletin.
As indicated by reports, Bueno worked at a building site in Barangay Matina Pangi for four days before he was captured.
As needs be, he utilized an alternate name to shroud his genuine personality.
Hours before the capture, the PNP declared an achievement in the examination after a discussion among Silawan and an individual ofinterest, who ended up being Bueno, was found by specialists in a mobile phone recovered from one of her relatives.
Senior Superintendent Bernard Banac, PNP representative, said the disclosure of the trading of messages among Silawan and the individual of-intrigue was the principal real achievement working on it of the adolescent's severe passing.
"As indicated by the SITG (Special Investigation Task Group), a cellphone was recouped from one of the unfortunate casualty's relatives. There were discussions found in the cellphone that gave the examiners a few leads," Banac said in a press instructions at Camp Crame.
"The cellphone is claimed by the relative. Most likely, the injured individual acquired it preceding the episode. When she restored the telephone, the discussion remained and the individual she last conversed with is presently considered a personof-intrigue," he included.
Senior Superintendent Lemuel Obon, Lapu-Lapu City police boss, had prior said examiners were hot on the trail against three suspects.
In the interim, Banac said that the suspects behind Silawan's passing could have been "mental crazy people" and medication crazed individuals.
"There are offenders who are mental insane people that is the reason they can submit these sorts of merciless and silly killings. The suspects behind this case may be viewed as one however these are generally simply incidental," he clarified.
"It might likewise be identified with medication misuse. For people who have mental [disorder] and are sedate crazed, on the off chance that you consolidate those two, at that point it isn't inconceivable for them to do horrid killings like this case," he included.
At the point when the collection of Silawan was discovered relinquished in an empty part in Barangay Bangkal on Monday, March 11, specialists noticed that she was exposed starting from the waist, along these lines, raising the likelihood that she was assaulted.
In any case, Banac said that the dissection results indicated something else.
"There was no sign dependent on the post-mortem examination that the injured individual was assaulted by her executioners," he said.