Friday, October 28, 2016

East Hollywood murder suspect ends up on FBI’s Most Wanted list

EAST HOLLYWOOD — The FBI today added 39-year-old Philip Patrick Policarpio to its list of most wanted fugitives after he allegedly beat and fatally shot his pregnant girlfriend last month. Officials also issued a $100,000 reward in connection with the case.

Lauren Olguin, 32, was shot on April 12 while the couple were visiting a friend in the in the 500 block of N. Virgil Avenue on the border of East Hollywood and Silver Lake . The FBI provided a summary of the case:

“Policarpio and his pregnant girlfriend, Lauren Olguin, were visiting a friend’s residence on April 12, 2016, in the Rampart area of Los Angeles when Policarpio allegedly became angry with Olguin and began beating her in the face with his fists. Policarpio then pulled out a handgun and allegedly shot Olguin in the forehead, killing her instantly, according to the complaint. The allegations in the complaint are based on an investigation by detectives with the LAPD’s Rampart Homicide Division. According to witnesses, Policarpio fled from the residence and has not been seen since.”

Policarpio, a parolee who was convicted in 2001 conviction for assault with a firearm and other violations, has been charged with the murder of Olguin and their unborn child.

Authorities said that Policarpio has multiple spouses and children living in Las Vegas, Nevada, Florida and the Philippines. He has a tattoo on his chest that says “Only God Can Judge Me.”

Anyone with information concerning Policarpio is asked to contact the nearest FBI office or local police. The FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office can be reached 24 hours a day at 310 477-6565. Click here for more details.

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  1. If only god can judge him, does that mean I’m god? Because I can definitely judge him.


      • Charles M Shorty

        It is society’s obligation to judge the ones who break the social contract to which we have agreed. Besides, there is no god. To say “only god can judge me” is basically saying he can’t be judged. Wrong again.

  2. Subhuman coward.That is all.

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