Sep 23, 2021 @ 18:31
Fishy! Mike Navallo uses cocaine seized in Jonson-Ongpin room as the ‘not bailable’ charge for suspect
Justice reporter and abogado Mike Navallo said that the inquest prosecutor who was in charge of the case of late painter Bree Jonson’s death will have a lot to explain.
The abogado said this after the police are now claiming that Jonson’s boyfriend Julian Ongpin does not under any instances that can allow warrantless arrest.
Curious how the inquest prosecutor will justify this:
More than 12 grams of cocaine seized in plain view in the room where Julian Ongpin and the late Bree Jonson were staying. Not in flagrante delicto?
More than 10 grams of cocaine is not bailable. https://t.co/wMv9XeGl5y
— Mike Navallo (@mikenavallo) September 22, 2021
Navallo said that more than 12 grams of cocaine were seized in plain view. The abogado questioned how come it’s not flagrante delicto when more than 10 grams of cocaine is a non-bailable offense.
Oh, the strings!