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Mark Edison Belarma

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Background Information

Employment History

Calabarzon Regional Chief

Cardiac Inherited Disease Group


Chief of the Office

Cardiac Inherited Disease Group


Regional Head

Criminal Investigation and Detection Group


Region 4 Chief

Criminal Investigation and Detection Group


Regional Chief

Calabarzon of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group


Chief

PNP-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group


Web References(9 Total References)


www.journal.com.ph

Mark Edison Belarma, CIDG Calabarzon regional chief, grinning from ear to ear.Ang painom kaya, kailan?Hehehe.


www.mb.com.ph

Mark Edison Belarma, chief of the CIDG-Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon) office, identified the fatality as Supt.Belarma said Banalo was inside his house in Barangay Dita, talking with an unidentified friend when two men broke into his compound and opened fire. Belarma said Banalo suffered 11 bullet wounds."It's too early to tell," said Belarma when asked if the communist New People's Army (NPA) was behind Balano's liquidation. Belarma said initial investigation showed Banalo had not received any death threat from any person or group.


www.journal.com.ph [cached]

Mark Edison Belarma, regional head of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG).Belarma had earlier told the media that his men, headed by Batangas CIDT deputy Sr. Insp.Reymundo Perlado and PO1 Francisco Argente, were checking on the alleged presence of armed men causing trouble inside the bar in Bgy.Cawit, when attacked by the suspects.One of the victims, a certain Argente, was declared dead on arrival at the Taal Polymedic Hospital.There were reports that Cabrera and some town councilors were at the crime scene, but Belarma said an investigation was ongoing.


www.abs-cbnnews.com

Reports reaching Senior Superintendent Mark Edison Belarma, Region 4 chief of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG), said the second floor of the Royal Park Hotel and Restaurant owned by Jocelyn Reyes Ricardo, mayoral bet of the Lakas-Christian, Muslim Democrats, was found riddled by bullets by one of the hotel's staffers at about 7 a.m. Belarma quoted Ricardo as claiming that the attack could be politically motivated, adding that several vehicles had also been seen driving around her residence at Tagaytay Heights in Barangay Kaybagal. Belarma instructed the CIDG-Cavite office headed by Chief Inspector Danilo Morzo to dig deeper into the attack.


www.journal.com.ph [cached]

Mark Edison Belarma, regional chief for the Calabarzon of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG), described the so-called "Colangco Group" headed by Roy Gilbert "Ampang" Romarate Colangco, a native of Ozamiz City. Just a few hours after the attack at the security agency, Belarma said the group pounced on the office of the Philippine National Construction Company (PNCC) and carted away a "huge sum" of money.Belarma said the group, whom he estimated to have at least 15 members, would first carefully conduct "casing operations" on their prospective targets before hitting them one after another.Despite last Friday's set back by the group, Belarma believed the Colangco group is far from being a spent criminal gang.


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