Alvin Mendoza Video Shows Barangay Chairman Shot To Death

Alvin Mendoza Video Shows

WATCH ALVIN MENDOZA’S VIDEO OF THE BARANGAY CHAIRMAN BEING KILLED: In San Fernando, another another terrifying occurrence occurred, raising concerns about the citizens’ safety. in agreement with, On Saturday morning, April 30th, 2022, two mysterious gunmen shot and killed a barangay chairman who was running for city councilor in Brgy. Maglinam, San Fernando. The victim was identified as Alvin Mendoza by the police. Brig. General Matthew Baccay, Regional Director of Police Regional Office 3, immediately denounced the assassination of the barangay chairman and ordered a thorough investigation into the matter.

WATCH: Alvin Mendoza Video Shows Barangay Chairman Shot To Death

“I have ordered an in-depth inquiry into this occurrence, and we are looking into all sides to establish possible motives,” Brig. Gen. Baccay said. We are putting out every effort to learn the truth about this tragic tragedy, and we are now gathering evidence that will lead to the identification of the perpetrator or perpetrators.”

According to his sister Arlene Supan, Barangay Alasas leader Alvin Mendoza was leaving his house at 7:00 a.m. when the shooting event occurred. At roughly 08:50 a.m., Mendoza died while being treated at a government facility. Mendoza, 51, was running under the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino Lakas ng Bayan banner with mayoralty candidate Vilma Caluag. The entire affair is being investigated by cops.

Video of the Barangay Chairman being shot to death

Baccay, who is investigating the case, promised the public and the victim’s family of their absolute commitment to ensuring an immediate conclusion of the issue through a thorough investigation. Mendoza was in his vehicle, on his way to Brgy. Maglinam, when the suspects on a motorbike attacked him along Purok 3 in the same barangay, according to him. According to officials, he was immediately rushed to the San Fernando Hospital for medical care but was pronounced dead upon arrival.

Baccay noted that while all cases are important to him, this event will be regarded as the most important because a local official is involved. “We’re still looking for public backing.” If you have any information that could lead to a quick conclusion of this matter, please do not hesitate to come forward and report to the closet station on the PNP hotline 09985985330/09176235700,” Baccay said, expressing his condolences to the late barangay chairman Mendoza’s family.

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