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Names of cybercrime suspects in Naga City released

NAGA CITY—Suspects apprehended by the Anti-Cybercrime Group headed by agents of the International Police (Interpol) are still currently detained at the Naga City Police Headquarters and at Substation No. 2 at Concepcion Grande, Naga City.


Cybersex den raid in Naga City
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/Bicol Standard

The following are the suspects:

Name
Age
Address
Glen Vincent Banaag
21
Sto. Domingo, Milaor, Camarines Sur
Luis Maneabas
22
Bagumbayan Sur, Naga City
Rey Quince Periabras
27
San Mateo, Peñafrancia
John Schmidt Lomod
23
Anayan, Pili, Camarines Sur
Rainier Hernandez
28
Calauag, Naga City
Jessie Regidor
28
Tabuco, Naga City
Joemel Chanco Avila
20
San Mateo, Peñafrancia, Naga City
Kim John Beltran Caudilla
20
Sta. Cruz, Naga City
Jerome Sacdalan
21
Bagumbayan Norte, Naga City
Kenneth Azucena
36
Sta. Cruz, Naga City
Daniel Oreo Dacillo
22
Calauag, Naga City
Rolando Pangilinan Paglinawan
20
Concepcion Pequeña, Naga City
Sonny Luna
25
Magarao, Camarines Sur
Lorens Anez
20
Canaman, Camarines Sur
Ysmael Bernal
24
San Felipe, Naga City
Dominick de Lima
24
Magarao, Camarines Sur
Kevin Pastor
22
Mercedes, Camarines Norte
Ernie Cabreto

Marupit, Camaligan
John Sean Toyado
27
Sabang, Naga City
Marlon Villar
22
San Felipe, Naga City
Christian Navarrosa
21
Camaligan, Camarines Sur
Ericson Cabrito
20
Marupit, Camaligan, Camarines Sur
Bryan Ayque
28
Concepcion Pequeña, Naga City
James Moncera
21
San Felipe, Naga City
Geneve Tamon
21
San Felipe, Naga City
Jesus Garfin
19
Calauag, Naga City
Nelson Jhon Mina
20
Magarao, Camarines Sur
Melody Rocalinas
25
San Felipe, Naga City
Marjorie Regalado
24
Calauag, Naga City
Maria Celeste Villanueva
21
Tagbong, Pili, Camarines Sur
Marjorie Ynacay Luna
22
Magarao, Camarines Sur

In the list of 33 suspects, 23 are males, while five are females. Majority of them come from Naga City.

Included in the list is Mark Raymond Loracas, 28 years old, of Naga City, who is the manager of the said group.

Meanwhile, the alleged owner of the cybersex den, Jarvel Rebagay, who is also from Naga City, is still at large.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Interpol, Anti-Cybercrime group bust 3 cybersex dens in Cam Sur, Naga City

Petition to reduce bail

Atty. Leila Mendoza, counsel for the accused, said in an interview that they are still awaiting confirmation from the Supreme Court if the Anti-Cybercrime Law is already effective, since it was the subject of a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) last year.

She added that as a preliminary step, they will file a petition to reduce bail.

Presently, the recommended bail stands at P144,000 for every person named in the complaint.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Suspects arrested in CamSur cybersex dens undergo medical exam

Mendoza said that their group believes that the petition for reduction of bail will be granted since most of the persons involved are young adults and first-time offenders.

In the meantime, pending resolution of the said petition, the company for which the group used to work supplies them with food while they are in the detention cells.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM


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