Police fail to serve arrest warrant to Quiboloy, five others
Police fail to serve arrest warrant to Quiboloy, five others
Police fail to serve arrest warrant to Quiboloy, five others
by Mary Antalan11 June 2024

The Philippine National Police (PNP) has failed to serve a warrant of arrest to Kingdom of Jesus Christ (KOJC) Pastor Apollo Quiboloy and his five co-accused on Monday, June 10.

The policemen who stooped down to Quiboloy's five properties in Barangay Buhangin, Davao City failed to find the religious leader and co-accused Jackielyn Roy, Cresente Canada, Paulene Canada, Ingrid Canada, and Sylvia Cemañes.

Reports said that the serving of the arrest warrant was conducted around 5 a.m. by the PNP's Criminal Investigation and Detection Group.

"There is no indication so far that Pastor Quiboloy has already left the country because there is no confirmation yet from the Bureau of Immigration," said PNP spokesperson Col. Jean Fajardo in a press briefing.


"The mere fact that they are simultaneously implementing warrants of arrest is an indication that we believe that he is still here in the country," she added.

This came after the order of the Davao City Regional Trial Court on April 1 over Quiboloy's alleged violations of the Special Protection of Children Against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act.

A Pasig City Court likewise issued an arrest warrant against the pastor and the five others over alleged violation of the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act.

Tension occurred after Quiboloy supporters formed a human barricade to prevent the police from entering the Buhangin compound.


Fajardo earlier urged people in Davao to "remain calm" as policemen were only there to do their duties with no intention to harm anyone.


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