QC hit and run vehicle recovered
The police yesterday recovered the black luxury vehicle involved in the fatal hit-and-run incident in Quezon City last Sunday.
The black Hummer vehicle is now in the custody of the Quezon City Police District's Traffic Enforcement Unit (QCPDDTEU).
The vehicle’s driver, Alvin San Pablo surrendered the other day.
The deaths of Lowell Gonzalgo and Felix Bose barely left marks on the vehicle which was brought to the QCPD headquarters in Camp Karingal around 10 p.m. Tuesday.
SPO4 Crisaldo Nemenzo, DTEU investigator, said they traced the car in a remote barrio in Sariaya, Quezon.
Nemenzo said San Pablo, after the accident, drove the vehicle straight to Sariaya and entrusted it to a friend.
"After he voluntarily appeared yesterday (Tuesday), San Pablo told us the location and our troops went there to retrieve the car," Nemenzo said.
The investigator said that San Pablo's friend, whom he did not name, was also a colleague in the networking business.
Police did not find the friend at the time they were recovering the vehicle.
Meanwhile, the police have already filed charges against San Pablo.
Besides a case of reckless imprudence resulting to multiple homicide and damage, the police also found probable cause to sue the suspect for the violation of the Land Transportaion Code when he failed to help the Gonzalgo and Bose after the accident, and the violation of the Revised Penal Code Article 247 for abandoning them.