MANILA, Philippines — One of the suspects in the hazing death of University of Sto. Tomas law student Horacio Castillo III left the country on Tuesday, September 19, news reports said.
The reports quoted the Bureau of Immigration as saying a Ralph Caballes Trangia boarded Eva Flight BR262 for Taipei, which left around 1:53 a.m. Tuesday.
Trangia, who authorities have identified as an officer of the Aegis Juris fraternity, is one of three persons the Manila Police District are looking to arrest over Castillo’s death.
The others are his father Antonio, in whose name the vehicle that took Castillo to the Chinese General Hospital is registered, and John Paul Solano, another fraternity member who police said “misled” them by claiming to have found the freshman law student on a street in Balut, Tondo Sunday morning.
The younger Trangia and Solano are also among 16 Aegis Juris members included in an Immigration Lookout Bulletin Order issued by the Justice department.