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German fugitive found hiding in Romblon

Ed Amoroso - The Philippine Star
German fugitive found hiding in Romblon
Oliver Markus Raoul Janich, 53, was apprehended at a resort that he owns in Barangay Hinag-oman in Ferrol town, based on a warrant issued by a court in Munich on April 22, Maj. Clyde Kalyawen, Mimaropa police spokesman, said.
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CAMP VICENTE LIM, Laguna, Philippines — A German citizen wanted in his country was arrested in Romblon on Thursday.

Oliver Markus Raoul Janich, 53, was apprehended at a resort that he owns in Barangay Hinag-oman in Ferrol town, based on a warrant issued by a court in Munich on April 22, Maj. Clyde Kalyawen, Mimaropa police spokesman, said.

He said Janich is married to a Filipina and has been living in the country for almost 10 years.

Police liaison officer Ulrich Gundlach of the German embassy said Janich is an undesirable alien and a risk to public safety and security. His offense in Germany was “public incitement to commit criminal offense.”

In Zamboanga del Sur, Mario Ramos, 30, was arrested four months after he was charged in connection with the killing of four members of a family in Barangay Tulbong in Midsalip.

Col. John Francis Encinareal, Criminal Investigation and Detection Group-Zamboanga peninsula director, said Ramos was ranked fifth on the list of most wanted persons in the town. — Roel Pareño

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