Authorities arrest dangerous American fugitive in Subic

Authorities arrest dangerous American fugitive in Subic

- An American fugitive tagged as "dangerous" in America was arrested by Philippine authorities in Subic

- He has been running a business in Subic to hide

- He is wanted in America for murder, killing-for hire and also solicitation of an adult to commit felony

Authorities arrest dangerous American fugitive in Subic

Authorities arrest dangerous American fugitive in Subic (Photo credit: inquirer)

Yoshikoson Umeko Haddon, the American citizen identified by Jaime Morente, Bureau of Immigration Commissioner, has been tagged by US authorities as "dangerous."

Philippine authorities on the the other hand received information that Haddon's passport was revoked by the US State Department, making him an undocumented alien in the Philippines.

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According to Morente, since he was a dangerous felon, his presence in the Philippines will only put the safety of the public at risk.

He also said that Haddon only made use of his businesses, which included a gym facility and a recreation center.

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Since there is an extradition treaty between the Philippines and the US, Morente can be deported and will be blacklisted by the government after deportation.

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Authorities arrest dangerous American fugitive in Subic

The quick arrest of the American follows what the President has been advocating. Know more about the Philippine president.

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