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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
NATIONAL PROSECUTION SERVICE
OFFICE OF THE CITY PROSECUTOR
LAOAG CITY
Rheya Lou Cash,
Complainant,
vs.

I.S. No.: ____________


For: RAPE

Kenken Sunday,
Respondent.
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COMPLAINT-AFFIDAVIT
I, RHEYA LOU CASH, Filipino, of legal age, and with
residence at Brgy. No. 8 Naemma St., Laoag City, after having
been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state
that:
(1) This complaint is being filed to charge KENKEN SUNDAY
a.k.a.
Kenji, Filipino, of legal age, and with residence at Brgy.
No. 6 Maleebog St., Laoag City, of the crime of RAPE under Article
(Art.) 266 of the Revised Penal Code (RPC), committed as follows:
(a) On November 22, 2016, at about 9:40 oclock in the
evening, I
was standing in front of the empanada stand
situated in front of Northwestern University located in Brgy
Butchong,
Laoag
City waiting for a ride home after my
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. class when a
white
Toyota
Landcruiser
bearing plate number UTO 666
stopped in
front of me.
(b) When I saw the plate number, I immediately recognized it
because I usually see it being parked inside the University,
particularly within the
premises of the College of Law
where I am a student thereof.
(c) Suddenly the driver went down and I recognized him to
be Mg
Kenji, a fourth year law student.
(d) Mg Kenji then approached and told me Mekan Rheya,
rabiin
ilugan kan, agpalaoag nak met (Come Rheya, its late
Ill give you a ride, I am also heading to Laoag.)
(e) I thanked him for his friendly gesture but refused his offer
and told him that I will just wait for a tricycle.
(f) At first I thought he is already leaving because he walked
towards his vehicle but then returned to where I was standing at
that very moment and told me, Panagkunak awan lumabas nga

tricycle ditoyen
Rheya, umay kan, taga Brgy. 8 ka di ba?
Brgy. 6 nak lang, agkarruba
ta lang. (I think no tricycle will
pass here anymore Rhea, just come
with me, youre from
Brgy. 8 right? I am just from Brgy. 6, were just
neighbours.)
(g) I told him, Agurayak latta ditoyen kuya, adu pay deta,
nasapa
pay, (Ill just wait here kuya, there would still be
a lot more, its still early) but he answered me Sige iyuray ka
ngarud nga makalugan tricycle ngaruden lalo ket awan
kadwam, agawid pay dagita aglako
empanadan
nehh, (Ok Ill wait for you then until you get a
tricycle
ride especially that youre alone, the empanada vendors are even
going home already) and
then
he sat
down at the
cemented plant box behind
me.
(h) After more than 30 minutes of waiting or at about 10:30
to 11:00 p.m., still, no tricycle passed by and he again urged me
to go with
him. As he was very nice and friendly and I have
already known him for three (3) years since I entered the College
of Law of Northwestern University and he was the current
President of our Student Council
and I was the Secretary and
we usually mingle with each other during
school activities, I
was finally persuaded to go with him since it was already
very
late and there is a scarce possibility of still getting a
tricycle
ride.
(i) I was a bit hesitant since I am not used to riding with
somebody
else but I was also thinking about my welfare and I
was very tired and eager to go home already.
(j) When I got inside the vehicle, he immediately drove and
we headed towards east of the school going to the city proper
but when we reached the Laoag City General Hospital, he said
Ayy adda
nalipatak school agsubli ta man bassit (Oh! I
forgot something in school, can we just go back for a while) and I
said, Anan didyay kuya? (What is it kuya?) but he only glanced
at me and smiled.
(k) He then made a u-turn entering the premises of the
hospital then headed back towards the direction of the school.
(l) However, when we reached the school he did not make a
right
turn for the school entrance but just passed by so I
reacted and
almost yelling at him since I felt suspicious already
and asking him
Oy Kuya!! Apay papanan tan? (Hey kuya!
Where are we going
now?), at the same time I was trying to
open
the door but it was locked and I wasnt familiar how to
unlock it and to
my memory, his left hand was manipulating
some buttons at the side of the door
(drivers side).
(m) When I looked at where we were heading, I saw that we
were
already at the by-pass road, it was very dark and no
vehicles whatsoever happened to pass by during that very
moment, suddenly he pulled over to the right side of the road.

(n) I already started crying because I already knew he was


planning of something evil against my person, I secretly slid my
right hand
inside bag and got my cell phone and tried to call
my mother, I was
able to dial but he noticed me and he
grabbed the cell phone and
threw
it at the back of the
vehicle.
(o) He suddenly poked a gun at me and I recognized it to be
a cal.
.45 pistol since I am familiarized with guns because my
late father
was a retired military man.
(p) I felt so scared for my life and I started begging him to
please
spare
me but he said, Rhea, haan ka kayat nga
marigatan kadetoy, kursunada ka, ited mo latta ta kayat kon
(Rheya I dont want to make this hard for you, I like you, just
give what I want) then he pulled my
left hand, I tried fighting
him but he choked me.
(q) He then stopped choking me when he saw that I was
already bursting in tears as I kept on resisting him but he
wrapped me around
his body and was able to carry me at the
back of the vehicle passing
at the middle of the driver and
passengers seats.
(r) I tried to open the doors but they are locked and he again
got his
gun and poked it on my forehead and told me to stop. I
continued to scream for help and so he grabbed my hair and
pushed my body to the middle seat.
(s) However when he tried to embrace me I fought him by
pushing and kicking him but he suddenly boxed both the upper
portion of my left and right legs and then my stomach and so I
fell unto the seat and became so weak but still used every inch
of my
energy to resist
him but he prevailed over me.
(t) I was already agonizing in pain and feeling so weak at
that very moment but he did not stop, I felt that he ripped off my
dress as well as my under garments.
(u) He pulled my hands up and went on top of me as I
continue to
resist him and I suddenly felt a painful sensation
as he inserted his penis into my vagina.
(v) I was already dying in pain asking him to stop but he
continued
what he was doing and at that very moment I can
hear my cell phone ringing.
(w) After satisfying his carnal desires, he again showed me
the gun and threatened me not to tell anyone what he just did,
he told me,
Siyempre haan mo met kayat maibabain diba?
(Of course you wouldnt want to be humiliated in public dont
you?)

(x) I
in pain
haan to
anymore,

could no longer answer as my whole body was already


and he even said, Next time nga ubraen ta detoy ket
nasakiten, trust me. (Next time we do this it wont hurt
trust
me.)

(y) He told me to fix myself and handed me the yellow long


sleeves top which he was wearing earlier that time and asked
me to put it on
and I
did in order to cover my naked
body. I picked my dress and my
underwear as well and asked
if I can get my cell phone back for which
he did.
(z) He then drove the vehicle and brought me home but
while he was driving he told me not to tell anyone what has just
happened if I want
to save myself from humiliation.
(aa) When we reached near our house, he stopped at the
corner
which is maybe five to eight (5 to 8) meters from the
house and
asked
me to go down and there I saw my
mother and our helper Mg
Luling standing in front of our
house who both saw me while I alighted the said white Toyota
Landcruiser.
(ab) After dropping me off, he again called at me and when I
looked
back at him, he showed me his gun, in a gesture of
threatening me.
(2) Appalled by what has just happened my mother and I went to
the police station to report the crime committed by Mg Kenji
against my
person. The police took my sworn statement, a
copy of which is
hereto attached and made an integral part
hereof as Annex A.
Thereafter, I was examined by the
medico-legal officer of Governor Roque B. Ablan Memorial
Hospital. A copy of the Medico-Legal Report is likewise hereto
attached and made an integral part hereof as Annex B. I also
underwent gynaecologic examination at the Mariano Marcos
Memorial Hospital and Medical Center, copy of the Gynecologic
Cytology Report is hereto attached as Annex C. The copy of the
police blotter is also attached as Annex D.
(3) The elements of rape are carnal knowledge, force or
intimidation, and the commission of the act without the consent
or against the will of the woman, or when the latter is under
twelve (12) years of age or
when she is deprived of reason or
otherwise unconscious.
(4) Based on the foregoing, it is beyond cavil that respondent
Kenken Sunday committed the crime of rape punishable under
Art. 266 of the RPC. He had sexual intercourse with me even if it
was against my will.

(5) Further, whenever the crime of rape is committed with the use
of a deadly weapon or by two or more persons, the penalty shall
be reclusion perpetua to death.
AFFIANT FURTHER SAYETH NAUGHT.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 30
day of November 2016, in Makati City.

th

Rhea Lou Caz


Complainant/Affiant
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO before me, this 30th day of
November 2016 in Laoag City.
Reneer Cafirms
Asst. City prosecutor
This is to certify that I have personally examined the herein
affiant and that I am satisfied that she voluntarily executed and
understood her statements herein.
Rosie Marry Yu
Deputy City Prosecutor

ANNEX
A

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES )


CITY OF LAOAG

) S.S.

AFFIDAVIT
I am RHEYA LOU CASH, Filipino, of legal age, and with
residence at Brgy. No. 8 Naemma St., Laoag City, after having
been duly sworn in accordance with law, hereby depose and state
that:
(1) (a) On November 22, 2016, at about 9:40 oclock in the
evening, I
was standing in front of the empanada stand
situated in front of Northwestern University located in Brgy
Butchong,
Laoag City
waiting for a ride home after my
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. class when a white
Toyota
Landcruiser
bearing plate number UTO 666
stopped in front
of me;
(2) When I saw the plate number, I immediately recognized it
because I usually see it being parked inside the University,
particularly within the
premises of the College of Law
where I am a student thereof.
(3) Suddenly the driver went down and I recognized him to
be Mg
Kenji, a fourth year law student.
(4) Mg Kenji then approached and told me Mekan Rheya,
rabiin
ilugan kan, agpalaoag nak met (Come Rheya, its late
Ill give you a ride, I am also heading to Laoag.)
(5) I thanked him for his friendly gesture but refused his offer
and told him that I will just wait for a tricycle.
(6) At first I thought he is already leaving because he walked
towards his vehicle but then returned to where I was standing at
that very moment and told me, Panagkunak awan lumabas nga
tricycle ditoyen
Rheya, umay kan, taga Brgy. 8 ka di ba?
Brgy. 6 nak lang, agkarruba
ta lang. (I think no tricycle will
pass here anymore Rhea, just come
with me, youre from
Brgy. 8 right? I am just from Brgy. 6, were just
neighbours.)
(7) I told him, Agurayak latta ditoyen kuya, adu pay deta,
nasapa
pay, (Ill just wait here kuya, there would still be
a lot more, its still early) but he answered me Sige iyuray ka
ngarud nga makalugan tricycle ngaruden lalo ket awan
kadwam, agawid pay dagita aglako
empanadan
nehh, (Ok Ill wait for you then until you get a
tricycle
ride especially that youre alone, the empanada vendors are even
going home already) and
then
he sat
down at the
cemented plant box behind
me.

(8) After more than 30 minutes of waiting or at about 10:30


to 11:00 p.m., still, no tricycle passed by and he again urged me
to go with
him. As he was very nice and friendly and I have
already known him for three (3) years since I entered the College
of Law of Northwestern University and he was the current
President of our Student Council
and I was the Secretary and
we usually mingle with each other during
school activities, I
was finally persuaded to go with him since it was already
very
late and there is a scarce possibility of still getting a
tricycle
ride.
(9) I was a bit hesitant since I am not used to riding with
somebody
else but I was also thinking about my welfare and I
was very tired and eager to go home already.
(10) When I got inside the vehicle, he immediately drove and
we headed towards east of the school going to the city proper
but when we reached the Laoag City General Hospital, he said
Ayy adda
nalipatak school agsubli ta man bassit (Oh! I
forgot something in school, can we just go back for a while) and I
said, Anan didyay kuya? (What is it kuya?) but he only glanced
at me and smiled.
(11) He then made a u-turn entering the premises of the
hospital then headed back towards the direction of the school.
(12) However, when we reached the school he did not make
a right
turn for the school entrance but just passed by so I
reacted and
almost yelling at him since I felt suspicious already
and asking him
Oy Kuya!! Apay papanan tan? (Hey kuya!
Where are we going
now?), at the same time I was trying to
open
the door but it was locked and I wasnt familiar how to
unlock it and to
my memory, his left hand was manipulating
some buttons at the side of the door
(drivers side).
(13) When I looked at where we were heading, I saw that we
were
already at the by-pass road, it was very dark and no
vehicles whatsoever happen to pass by during that very
moment, suddenly he
pulled over and stopped at the side of
the road.
(14) I already started crying because I already knew he was
planning of something evil against my person, I secretely slid my
right hand
inside bag and got my cellphone and tried to call
my mother, I was
able to dial but he noticed me and he
grabbed the cellphone and
threw
it at the back of the
vehicle.
(15) He suddenly poked a gun at me and I recognized it to be
a cal.
.45 pistol since I am familiarized with guns because my
late father
was a retired military man.

(16) I felt so scared for my life and I started begging him to


please
spare
me but he said, Rhea, haan ka kayat nga
marigatan kadetoy, kursunada ka, ited mo latta ta kayat kon
(Rheya I dont want to make this hard for you, I like you, just
give what I want) then he pulled my
left hand, I tried fighting
him but he choked me.
(17) He then stopped choking me when he saw that I was
already bursting in tears as I kept on resisting him but he
wrapped me around
his body and was able to carry me at the
back of the vehicle passing
at the middle of the driver and
passenger seats.
(18) I tried to open the doors but they are locked and he
again got his gun and poked it on my forehead and told me to
stop. I continued to scream for help and so he grabbed my hair
and pushed my body to the
middle seat.
(19) However when he tried to embrace me I fought him by
pushing and kicking him but he suddenly boxed both the upper
portion of my left and right legs and then my stomach and so I
fell unto the seat and became so weak but still used every inch
of my
energy to resist
him but he prevailed over me.
(20) I was already agonizing in pain and feeling so weak at
that very moment but he did not stop, I felt that he ripped off my
dress as well as my under garments.
(21) He pulled my hands up and went on top of me as I
continue to
resist him and I suddenly felt a painful sensation
as he inserted his penis into my vagina.
(22) I was almost dying in pain asking him to stop but he
continued
what he was doing and at that very moment I can
hear my cellphone ringing.
(23) After satisfying his carnal desires, he again showed me
the gun and threatened me not to tell anyone what he just did,
he told me,
Siyempre haan mo met kayat maibabain diba?
(Of course you wouldnt want to be humiliated in public dont
you?)
(24) I could no longer answer as my whole body was already
in pain
and he even said, Next time nga ubraen ta detoy ket
haan to nasakiten, trust me. (Next time we do this it wont hurt
anymore, trust
me.)
(25) He told me to fix myself and handed me the yellow long
sleeves top which he was wearing earlier that time and asked
me to put it on
and I
did in order to cover my naked
body. I picked my dress and my
underwear as well and asked
if I can get my cell phone back for which
he did.

(26) He then drove the vehicle and brought me home but


while he was driving he told me not to tell anyone what have
just happened if I
want to save myself from humiliation.
(27) When we reached near our house, he stopped at the
corner
which is maybe five to eight (5 to 8) meters from the
house and
asked
me to go down me and there I saw my
mother and our helper Mg
Luling standing in front of our
house who both saw me while I alighted the said white Toyota
Landcruiser.
(28) After dropping me off, he again called at me and when I
looked
back at him, he showed me his gun, in a gesture of
threatening me.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 23 rd


day of November 2016, in Laoag City.
RHEYA LOU CAZ
Affiant
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me this 23rd day of
November 2016 at Philippine National Police Station 069, Laoag
City. I further certify that I have personally examined the Affiant
and I am satisfied that he/she voluntarily executed and
understood his/her statement.
JAY EM MEL
Administering Officer
Doc. No. _____;
Page No. ____;
Book No. ____;
Series of 2016.

ANNEX C
MARIANO MARCOS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
And MEDICAL CENTER
Medical Record Division
Dedo St.,
Mabuhay, Batac City
GNYNECOLOGIC CYTOLOGY REPORT
November 26, 2016
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to certify that Ms. Rheya Lou Cash, 23 years old, with
residence at Brgy. 8 Naemma St., Laoag City, was examined and
treated in this hospital on November 23, 2016 @ 8:00 a.m. with
the following findings:
- deep fresh lacerations at 3 and 9 oclock
positions
- in a non-virgin state physically
- presence of spermatozoa
- contusions of the right labia majora
Issued this 26th day of November 2016, for whatever
purpose it may serve.
This certificate is issued by authority of the Director:

Dr. Jadleyy Fisz


So, M.D.

ANNEX D
Republic of the Philippines
NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE REGIONAL OFFICE
ILOCOS NORTE POLICE PROVINCIAL OFFICE
LAOAG CITY POLICE STATION
Brgy. 10 San Santo, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte
Tel. No. 666-8989

EXTRACT
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that in the official Police Blotter under
the custody of this Office, there appears on Page Number 0068
and 0069, Entry Number 0808, dated November 23, 2016 at
about 1:45 A.M. the following entry reads as follows:
At about 1:45 A.M. of November 23, 2016, RHEA LOU CAZ,
23 years old, single and a resident of Brgy. No. 8 Naemma St.,
Laoag City, accompanied by her mother HERA DELA CASH, 53
years old, and also a resident of Brgy. No. 8 Naemms St., Laoag
City, reported to this station of an alleged rape committed
against her person by one KENKEN SUNDAY, 28 YEARS OLD,
married and a resident of Brgy. No. 6 Maleebog St., Laoag City.
Alleged victim was then in front of an empanada stand across
Northwestern University when alleged accused riding in a white
Toyota Landcruiser with plate number UTO 666 consistently
persuaded the alleged victim to go with him as he would give a
ride back home. The alleged victim hesitated to go at first but
since more than 30 minutes have passed already and there were
no more tricycles passing by anymore, she finally decided to
accept the lift home. However, instead of going to the direction
for the city proper, the alleged accused changed route and went
back to western direction going to Northwestern University as he
said he will just pick up something he forget at school. However
he just passed by the school and made a right turn to the bypass road. For fear, alleged accused tried opening the car door
but she couldnt as driver was manipulating the buttons. Alleged
accused tried calling her mother thru her cell phone by secretely
sliding her hand inside her bag and was able to dial her mothers
number but unfortunately the alleged accused saw it and
grabbed the cell phone then threw it at the back portion of the
vehicle. Alleged rape took place inside the white Toyota
Landcruiser SUV bearing plate number UTO 666 which said
alleged accused parked along the by-pass road near
Northwestern University located at Brgy. Butchong, Laoag City.
Alleged accused used force and intimidation and with the use of
a gun in order to perpetrate the sexual act to the prejudice of
said victim. The latter begged the former to spare her as she
continued to resist by pushing and kicking said alleged accused.
However her resistance resulted to futility when alleged accused
pulled her hair and poked the gun unto her forehead and beat
her two legs and even boxed her stomach, thats why the alleged
victim fell unto the seat of the vehicle and became very weak.
The accused alledgely ripped off the dress and panty of the
victim and inserted her penis into her vagina while the victim

continued to resist and was already in deep pain. After satisfying


his carnal desires, accused handed unto the victim a yellow long
sleeves top which the accused was wearing. She put it on
because she was naked. Thereafter, the accused brought the
victim home, stopped at about 5-8 meters from the victims
house and asked the victim to go down and during that time, the
mother of the accused and their helper were waiting for the
victim in front of their house who saw her going down the said
white Toyota Landcruiser with plate number UTO 666. Accused
further threatened the victim by showing her the cal. .45 as she
walked towards their house. Alleged victim RHEYA LOU CASH
showed the marks allegedly sustained by her during the
commission of said rape. Bruises surrounding her neck and left
hand appear, scratches also appears from her left shoulder blade
and upper portion of both left and right legs.

Extract and issued this 25 th day of November 2016, at Laoag


City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines.

EXTRACTED BY:
BY:
Ren C. Afirm
Lee
Police Officer 2
Inspector
Duty Investigator
Police

CERTIFIED CORRECT

Jhad
Police

Senior
Chief of

ANNEX B
Republic of the Philippines

PROVINCE OF ILOCOS NORTE


Laoag City
GOVERNOR ROQUE B. ABLAN SR. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
PHIC Accredited Health Care Provider

P. Gomez St. Brgy. 26 Laoag City 2900 Philippines

Tel. No.: 772-0303

MEDICO-LEGAL CERTIFICATE
November
26, 2016
Date
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to certify that RHEYA LOU CASH, 23 years old, female,
single and a resident of Brgy. No. 8 Naemma St., Laoag City,
Ilocos Norte, was seen and examined at the emergency Room at
the hospital on November 23, 2015 @ 4:00 p.m. with the
following findings and diagnosis:

- multiple contusions on the upper portion of left thigh


and middle portion of the right thigh
- contusions at the left wrist and upper portion of right
arm
- contusion on the middle abdominal area

and would need medical attention of 20 to 30 days barring


complications.
ROSEY MARIYAH. M.D., DPAMS
Medical Officer IV
License NO. 88888

Health People, Strong Nation.

REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES)


Laoag City

) S.c.

AFFIDAVIT
I, EMPA NEDY, 39 years old, married, residing at Brgy.
Cabungaan, Laoag City, after having been duly sworn in
accordance with law, depose and say that:
1. I was at the empanada stand located in front of Northwestern
University in Butchong, Laoag City, of which I am the owner
thereof, from 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. of November 22, 2016.
2. At around 9:40 p.m. of said evening, I saw miss RHEYA LOU
CASH when she came to my empanada stand coming out from
the school (Northwestern University) and bought a bottle of
mineral water which one of my helpers handed it to her.
3. Thereafter, she stood in front of the empanada stand waiting
for a ride home as she usually does because we have been seeing
her do the same for the past three (3) years.
4. After some time, as we were busy cooking empanada, I noticed
that she was still standing in front of us waiting for a ride and
once in a while I would glance at her.
5. Thereafter at about 10:00 p.m., a white Toyota Landcruiser with
plate number UTO 666 parked in front of her, I recognized the
vehicle because we usually see it go in and out of the university
and the owner thereof, KENKEN SUNDAY usually buys empanada
in our empanada stand located just across the university.
6. KENKEN SUNDAY went down said vehicle and approached
RHEYA LOU CASH and I, together with my two helpers heard him
say, Mekan Rheya, rabiin ilugan kan, agpalaoag nak met
(Come Rheya, its late Ill give you a ride, I am also heading to
Laoag) but we heard RHEYA LOU CASH say, Thank you lattan
kuya. (Thank you anyway kuya)
7. Afterwards we heard KENKEN SUNDAY say, Panagkunak awan
lumabas nga tricycle ditoyen Rheya, umay kan, taga Brgy. 8 ka di
ba? Brgy. 6 nak lang, agkarruba
ta lang. (I think no tricycle
will pass here anymore Rhea, just come with me, youre from

Brgy. 8 right? I am just from Brgy. 6, were just neighbours.) and


RHEYA LOU CASH answered, Agurayak latta ditoyen kuya, adu
pay deta, nasapa pay, (Ill just wait here kuya, there would still
be a lot more, its still
early) but KENKEN SUNDAY told her
Sige iyuray ka ngarud nga makalugan tricycle ngaruden lalo ket
awan kadwam, agawid pay dagita aglako empanadan nehh, (Ok
Ill wait for you then until you get a tricycle ride especially that
youre alone, the empanada vendors are even going home
already) and KENKEN SUNDAY glanced at me while he was
uttering those words and then he sat down at the cemented plant
box at the right side of the empanada stand.
8. We were able to hear the conversation as we were no longer
busy at that time as there were no costumers already. But after a
while we started fixing and packing our stuffs as we will be going
home soon.
9. At around 11:00 p.m., we saw that RHEYA LOU CASH finally
decided to go with KENKEN SUNDAY as we saw her got inside and
she even raised her right hand when she looked back waving
goodbye.
10. We were happy because she finally got a ride home since it
was already very late and there is no longer a possibility that she
can get a tricycle going home.
11. However, after five to 10 (5-10) minutes after they left
towards the eastern direction, we saw the same vehicle, white
Toyota Landcruiser with plate number UTT 666, passed by the
school towards the western direction and made a right turn at the
by-pass road.
12. I and my two (2) helpers were surprised and were even asking
each other where would they be going because we thought
KENKEN SUNDAY was going to give RHEYA LOU CASH a ride home.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 30th
day of November 2016, in the City of Laoag, Province of Ilocos
Norte, Philippines.

___EMPHA
NEDY____
(Signature of
Affiant)
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me this 30th day of
November 2016 at Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines.

ATTY. KIMBIE CUTIE


Notary Public
Until Dec. 31, 2017
PTR. No. 1111111 01/04/16 L.C.
IBP No. 000000 01/04/16 L.C.
SC Roll No. 11111 TIN: 111-121-111
MCLE Comp. Cert. No. A-1111111, 01-0814

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES)


Laoag City

) S.c.

AFFIDAVIT
I, SECKY GARDO, 44 years old, married, residing at Brgy.
Gabut Sur, Laoag City, after having been duly sworn in
accordance with law, depose and say that:
1. I am a security guard of the Northwestern University from June
2010 up to present and was currently assigned at the main
entrance of the university which is just in front of the College of
Law building on the 22nd of November 2016, whereby my duty for
that day is from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. the following day,
November 23, 2016.
2. As my usual routine, I would roam around the premises of the
College of Law building and nearby areas and then go back at the
quarters located at the main entrance of the university.
3. Earlier that same day, November 22, 2016, I saw the white
Toyota Landcruiser bearing plate number UTT 666 entered the
school thru the entrance gate where I was stationed and I was the
one who opened said gate at about 5:15 p.m.
4. As usual, the driver, whom I know to be KENKEN SUNDAY,
honked his horn as he lowered the window of the passenger seat
and greeted me, which I remember that he was then wearing a
yellow long sleeves top.
5. At around 7:00 to 8:00 p.m., I conducted inspection within the
premises by roving around and saw that the white Toyota
Landcruiser was parked at the parking area located at the back of
College of Law building along with several vehicles. After which, I
decided to go back to our quarters.
6. When I was at the quarter, RHEYA LOU CASH passed by and
went out of the gate at around 9:30 p.m. and I saw her crossed

the street and thereafter saw her standing in front of the


empanada stand located across the university.
6. At around 9:35 to 9:40 p.m. of same date, I opened the gate for
said white Toyota Landcruiser with plate number UTT 666 as he
was going out of the school already, and again, as usual, KENKEN
SUNDAY lowered his window and asked to borrow a lighter
wherein I immediately handed him the one in my pocket.
7. After he lighted his cigarette, he then returned said lighter and
said thank you and thereafter closed his window and went out of
the school.
8. After two to three (2-3) minutes, I saw that he parked in front of
the empanada store where I have seen RHEYA LOU CASH standing
earlier.
9. After maybe more than thirty (30) minutes and nearly 11:00
p.m., I saw the white Toyota Landcruiser left in front of the
empanada stand and I noticed that RHEA LOU CASH was no
longer at the place where I saw her standing.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 30th
day of November 2016, in the City of Laoag, Province of Ilocos
Norte, Philippines.

___SECKY
GARDO____
(Signature of
Affiant)
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me this 30th day of
November 2016 at Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines.

ATTY. KIMBIE CUTIE


Notary Public
Until Dec. 31, 2017
PTR. No. 1111111 01/04/16 L.C.
IBP No. 000000 01/04/16 L.C.
SC Roll No. 11111 TIN: 111-121-111
MCLE Comp. Cert. No. A-1111111, 01-0814

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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES)


Laoag City

) S.c.

AFFIDAVIT
I, HERA DY CASH, 53 years old, married, residing at Brgy. No.
8 Naemma St., Laoag City, after having been duly sworn in
accordance with law, depose and say that:
1. I am the mother of RHEYA LOU CASH. I am currently working as
an employee of the Department of Agrarian Reform of the
Province of Ilocos Norte.
2. On the 22nd of November 2016, at around 5:00 p.m., my
daughter RHEYA LOU CASH sent me a text message saying that
she is already on her way to school, which she usually does
because I would normally be still at my workplace around said
period of time.
3. At around 9:40p.m. to 9:50 p.m., I sent her a text message
asking if shes coming home already and she replied that she is
still waiting for a tricycle in front of her school. I told her to call
me as soon as possible if she can no longer wait for a ride so I ask
our neighbour who is a tricycle driver to go and fetch her but she
said she will just wait for a little more.
4. At around 11:00 p.m. I received a text message from her
saying, Mama nakiluganak ken Mg Kenji, ni President mi, awan
met tricyclen. (Mama I took a ride with Mg Kenji, our President,
theres no tricycle anymore)
5. Thereafter, at 11:20 p.m., I heard my cell phone ringing but
when I got it up to answer, the call was dropped, and saw that it
was my daughter RHEYA who was calling.

6. I wondered why she called but since it was for a bit, I thought
that she just accidentally dialled it.
7. However, I got worried already because shes taking too long to
arrive considering that it wouldnt even take thirty minutes to get
to our house from her school, and that she told me shes heading
home with whom he called Mg Kenji around 11:00 p.m.
8. I decided to call her but the other line just kept on ringing. I
continued to call her for maybe four to six (4-6) times more and
then I went upstairs and called out to our helper to wake up
because I was already very worried.
9. I and our helper then decided to wait for my daughter in front
of the house.
10. After almost an hour, or maybe between 12:30 to 1:00 a.m.,
we saw a white Toyota Landcruiser stopped approximately five to
eight meters from where we were standing and then I saw my
daughter alighted said vehicle and I saw her in a pitiful state as
she was only wearing a yellow long sleeves top without
underpants and shoes or slippers.
11. I quickly went towards her as she walked and saw the vehicle
immediately went away to the southern direction.
12. I hugged my daughter so tight as she was already bursting in
tears and I asked her what happened and she answered, Mama
ni-rape nak ni Mg Kenji (Mama Mg Kenji raped me) as she
continued crying.
13. We immediately went inside the house to comfort her but
finally decided to report said incident to the police station.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 30th
day of November 2016, in the City of Laoag, Province of Ilocos
Norte, Philippines.

___HERA DY
CASH____
(Signature of
Affiant)
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me this 30th day of
November 2016 at Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines.

ATTY. KIMBIE CUTIE


Notary Public
Until Dec. 31, 2017
PTR. No. 1111111 01/04/16 L.C.
IBP No. 000000 01/04/16 L.C.
SC Roll No. 11111 TIN: 111-121-111
MCLE Comp. Cert. No. A-1111111, 01-0814

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