Philippine National Police

National Capital Region Police Office



The National Capital Region Police Office Regional Director, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS lauded the successful arrest of NCRPO’s Top 2 Most Wanted Person through joint effort of the personnel of F2 (Intel) – Regional Mobile Force Batallion (RMFB) NCRPO, Regional Special Operations Group (RSOG)-NCRPO, Regional Civil Security Unit (RCSU)-NCR, Warrant and Subpoena Section (WSS)-Taguig City Police Station at about 11:50 AM of October 20, 2020 along Bldg 7A Panorama St., Western Bicutan, Taguig City.

According to the initial report, the operation stemmed from a series of surveillance and lateral coordination made by RCSU-NCR until the place of assignment of the accused is positively identified.

Thereafter, an operation was plotted for the delivery of the warrant and consequent arrest of the suspect who was later identified as WILLIAM PABILLO y SISDUERO alias “William” Male, Security Officer/Detachment Commander, Married, 42 yo, DOB: Dec 10, 1977 resident of 32 G Mendoza Compound Ilaya St. Alabang, Muntintlupa City.

He was wanted for the crime of Frustrated Murder docketed under Criminal Case Nos.

R-MNL- 15-2191-TG issued by Hon. TORIBIO ILAO JR., Presiding Judge of Pasig City RTC Branch 266 issued on February 04, 2014 in Taguig City with a BAIL recommendation amounting to Php200,000.

The accused is now under the custody of RSOG NCRPO pending the issuance of commitment order and return of the warrant of arrest to the court of origin.

NCRPO’s commitment in the implementation of manhunt operations in the Metro is reflected by the successful arrest of numerous wanted persons including NCRPO’s TOP 1 Most Wanted Person for the 3rd quarter and NCRPO’s Top 2 Most Wanted Person for the 2nd quarter of 2020.

“I commend the effort of our men in maintaining our momentum in the arrest of wanted persons in Metro Manila. I am elated and thankful for your unwavering support in our endeavor to deliver wanted persons to the court to make them face the charges filed against them,” said PMGEN SINAS.