Philippines – Julian Ongpin, the child of property designer and previous exchange secretary Robert Ongpin, is as of now not an individual of interest in the demise of painter Bree Jonson, the head of the Philippine National Police said Monday.
This is on the grounds that, the PNP said, “police examination yielded no indication of treachery to the occurrence.” Police Gen. Dionardo Carlos, PNP boss, said this in an assertion as he guaranteed the public that the PNP would help out the Department of Justice in its test into the matter.
They will encourage PRO1 and the Forensic Group to react to the solicitation of DOJ with respect to the DNA Report. Have confidence that we will help out DOJ, ought to there be extra inquiries and solicitations for records.
This comes after La Union preliminary court Judge Romeo Agacita Jr. excused the ownership of illicit medications against Ongpin, saying the court was compelled to excuse the protest for absence of reasonable justification to give warrant of capture against Ongpin, “considering the absolute resistance of the necessities” of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.
In view of this, Ongpin was the last individual to see Jonson alive before the last option was tracked down dead in an inn in San Juan, La Union where the two common a room together. The two tried positive for drug use as per neighborhood police. Drug ownership is a non-bailable offense.
The CCTV film delivered by the PNP shows Ongpin and Jonson having an alleged quarrel outside their room before Jonson’s body was found. Jonson’s family has additionally scrutinized the scratches apparent on Ongpin’s arm in photographs taken after the occurrence.
Yet, police authorities rushed to take on Ongpin’s account that the imprints were brought about by nails on the window of the washroom where he guarantees Jonson attempted to end it all. Very quickly after Ongpin’s underlying capture, the La Union examiner’s office additionally requested his delivery forthcoming starter examination.