Lumabas sa mga Japanese News ngayong linggo, ang balita tungkol sa isang Pinoy na inaresto sa Japan dahil sa kasong robbery and attempted murder. Isang Pinay naman ang napabalitang inaresto dahil siya ay suspek sa paglagay ng mga bato sa riles ng train.
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Arrested Filipino man in Nishio City, Aichi Prefecture, who beat his former boss’s mother with a hammer.
A Filipino man arrested for hitting a former boss man with a hammer in Ofu City, Aichi Prefecture on suspicion of attempted murder-robbery was re-arrested on the 23rd on suspicion of attempted murder of a male mother.
Re-arrested was Santos Robbie (28), a civil engineer in Nishio City, Aichi Prefecture and a Filipino nationality. On May 2, Santos suspected a murder-robbery attempted to hit the head of a former boss and architect officer Asahi Sakano (34) who lived in a house in Nagagusa-cho, Obu City with a hammer. He was arrested on suspicion, and on the 23rd, Mr. Sakano’s 61-year-old mother was also arrested again on the suspicion of attempted murder because he also hit the head with a hammer.
Mr. Santos said, “I was having less work due to the effects of corona and I was in trouble with money,” but now I am silent. A loan note of about 1 million yen in the name of Sutos was found on the scene, and the police are investigating it in detail as if they had caused the case over the debt. (23:17:57)
Suspected of placing a stone on the track, Arrested Filipino woman Ichihara police station
May 21, 13:39
On the 20th, a filipino 50-year-old woman was arrested on the suspicion of a danger of coming and going on an electric train, placing stones on the rails of the JR Uchibo Line in Ichihara, Chiba Prefecture, causing the danger of running a train. .
According to the police and JR, at about 3:00 pm on the 20th, the driver of the rapid train going down between Hachimanjuku Station and Goi Station on the JR Uchibo Line running in Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture, confirmed an abnormal sound and made an emergency stop. .
When the driver checked the rail, there were marks that several stones were crushed, and it was said that about 10 stones were also placed on the rails of the up line in the vicinity.
The passengers were not injured.
The police proceeded with the investigation, assuming that somebody had left a stone, and arrested Philippine national citizen Takamiya Joselin Bautista (50) living in Ichihara city on the basis of suspicion of electric train traffic, based on sighting information.
It means that the police confirmed the charges.