Quiboloy arrest: Davao police say Senate security sought help from Camp Crame

ABS-CBN [Quezon City, Philippines]

April 2, 2024

By Hernel Tocmo

The Davao police said the Senate security office has requested for police assistance from the Philippine National Police (PNP) headquarters in Camp Crame in relation to the implementation of an arrest order against Apollo Quiboloy.

Davao police spokesperson Police Captain Hazel Tuazon said that the local police have not received a copy of the arrest order against Quiboloy. 

The Senate has issued an arrest order for the televangelist for failing to attend hearings on his alleged human trafficking and sexual abuse crimes.

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“The Police Regional Office 11 is directed to assist the OSSA in implementing the contempt warrant,” Tuazon told the local media.

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The Davao police said they have no idea yet on when the OSSA will arrive in Davao City to implement the arrest order.

Local authorities also said they are still clueless on Quiboloy’s whereabouts.

Tuazon said they are not trying to hide or protect Quiboloy, as it has been 2 weeks since the arrest order was signed by Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri.

Davao police clueless on Quiboloy’s whereabouts