87.) Dizon-Pamintuan v. People.docx

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Dizon-Pamintuan vs. People G.R. No. 111426 July 11, 1994 Facts: Teodoro Encarnacion, Undersecretary, Department of Public Works and Highways arrived at his residence located at Better Living Subdivision, Parañaque at around 9:45 p.m. of 12 February 1988 coming from the Airport and immediately proceeded inside the house, leaving behind his driver and two housemaids outside to pick-up his personal belongings from his case. 5 unidentified masked armed persons appeared from the grassy portion of the lot beside the house and poked their guns to his driver and two helpers and dragged them inside his house. The men pointed a gun at him and was made to lie face down on the floor. Thereafter, the robbers ransacked the house and took away jewelries and other personal properties including cash. After the intruders left the house he reported the matter immediately to the police. He was then interviewed by the Parañaque police and was informed that an operation group would be assigned to the case. He likewise reported the matter to the Western Police District on 15 February 1988. Two days later, a group of WPD operatives came over to his house and he was asked to prepare a list of items of jewelry and other valuables that were lost including a sketch of distinctive items. He was later told that some of the lost items were in Chinatown area as tipped by the informer the police had dispatched. That an entrapment would be made with their participation, on 14 February 1988. As such, they went to Camp Crame at around 9:00 a.m. and arrived at the vicinity of 733 Florentino Torres Street, Sta. Cruz, Manila at about 10:00 a.m.; that he is with his wife posed as a buyer and were able to
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