Po­lice still es­tab­lish­ing lead in woman shoot­ing

Sun.Star Pampanga - - FRONT PAGE - BY REY­NALDO G. NAVALES Sun.Star Staff Reporter

AN­GE­LES CITY — The city po­lice is still es­tab­lish­ing a lead to iden­tify the lone sus­pect and es­tab­lish the mo­tive in Tues­day af­ter­noon’s shoot­ing of a woman who sus­tained a se­ri­ous in­jury in the head.

SPO4 Eve­lyn Pineda, of­fi­cer on case, said they are still in­ves­ti­gat­ing if the shoot­ing of Rosana Oronce Agrano, 46, has some­thing to do with her work as an agent of a lend­ing firm which serves po­lice­men.

Ac­cord­ing to Pineda, the city po­lice al­ready co­or­di­nated with Agrano’s hus­band who is a po­lice of­fi­cer as­signed at the drug en­force­ment unit of the Florid­ablanca po­lice in Pam­panga.

“Co­op­er­a­tive na­man sya (Agrano’s hus­band),” Pineda said.

Agrano was shot in the head Tues­day af­ter­noon in front of a fast food chain and a jeep­ney ter­mi­nal in Barangay Santo Domingo here.

Agrano un­der­went a surgery Wed­nes­day night at the Jose B. Lin­gad Memo­rial Re­gional Hos­pi­tal in the City of San Fer­nando, ac­cord­ing to Pineda.

“Na­op­er­a­han na po siya kagabi (Wed­nes­day night). We are still wait­ing for the feed­back of the fam­ily on her re­cent con­di­tion,” Pineda said.

Agrano, while ly­ing along the busy area, was seen in sev­eral photos posted on the Face­book by by­s­tanders who at first thought that she was dead.

Chief In­spec­tor Er­win O. Marzan, Po­lice Sta­tion 1 com­man­der, stated in his re­port that a lone sus­pect rid­ing a mo­tor­cy­cle shot the vic­tim once and im­me­di­ately fled the area. CCTV footages ob­tained by po­lice in­ves­ti­ga­tors showed that the sus­pect, who was wear­ing a hel­met, was fol­low­ing Agrano be­fore he shot her with a 9 mm pis­tol.

Text mes­sages from Agrano’s cell­phone re­vealed that some­body was threat­en­ing to shoot her on the head, po­lice said.

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