THE 14-year-old young lady discovered dumped in a septic tank in Danao City bore 34 cut injuries, and police missed getting her executioner in his home.
Dr. Benjamin Lara, medico-lawful officer of the Philippine National Police (PNP)- Central Visayas Crime Laboratory, said his post-mortem examination uncovered that Tesa Marie Ygay had been wounded in the neck and head multiple times, in her left arm multiple times, multiple times in her body, twice in her left hand and once in her correct hand.
There was no split in her skull, and her cerebrum did not demonstrate discharge.
Since Ygay's body was at that point breaking down, it was troublesome for the medico-legitimate officer to learn in the event that she had been assaulted.
She had been dead for over 72 hours when Danao City police discovered her body in an open septic tank behind an open primary school in Barangay Cogon Cruz.
She was not pregnant, Lara said.
From the injuries on her arms, plainly Ygay parried the blade or bladed instrument utilized in assaulting her, Lara said.
Danao City Police Chief Lieutenant Colonel Maribelle Getigan told columnists that they had recognized a security watchman to be the young lady's executioner.
Police have not had the capacity to capture the suspect, Jessie Montes Medequillo, 36, whom Ygay and her family met and knew.
Medequillo is a security monitor at the school where Ygay's body was found.
At first light of April 9, Danao City police went to Medequillo's home in Barangay Tuburan Sur just to miss him, Getigan said. "Nagkabalikwas" was the means by which she put it.
The police boss said they keep on searching for Medequillo.
Ygay's dad revealed her missing a week ago when she didn't get back home. Ygay was living with her dad in Lapu-Lapu City to repel her from Medequillo, who had been compromising her.
Medequillo was charming his girl and was possessive of her, Felimon Enoy said.
Last March 25, Medequillo shaved his girl's head in an attack of desire and to prevent her from going out with companions, Enoy said.
Medequillo had likewise consumed his girl's garments.
Enoy said he discovered that his girl had returned to Danao upon the interest of Medequillo who had taken steps to execute her.
Enoy said he and his family went to Danao last Saturday, April 6, and kept an eye on Medequillo in the school where he was doled out to search for Ygay.
A kindred security monitor guided him to check the gatekeeper house since blood was on top of it and that somebody had seen his little girl entering it.
Neither Medequillo nor his little girl was in the watchman house.
What Enoy found rather were a blade, a pick, a steel pipe and a stone followed with blood. He answered to the police what he saw just as his girl missing.
Ygay and her family had known Medequillo since she was 10 years of age. The security protect had been sending her to class and he would take her with him amid his obligation. He frequently had her rest over at the watchman house, police boss Getigan said.
For another situation, on March 11, a 16-year-old young lady, Christine Lee Silawan, was discovered dead with an unusual face in an open part in Barangay Bankal, Lapu-Lapu City.
Her previous beau was captured a couple of days after a P2-million abundance was set up.