Ivler is wanted by US authorities for drug offenses –NBI

January 26, 2010 11:21 pm 

MANILA, Jan. 26 — Road rage murder suspect Jason Aguilar Ivler is wanted in United States (US) for his failure to appear in court to face dangerous drugs charges, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) said on Tuesday.

NBI regional director Ricardo Diaz, chief of NBI Counter Terrorism Unit (CTU), said the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) furnished the NBI a copy of document showing that Ivler has outstanding bench warrant issued by the Justice’s Court of Canal Township, in Nevada.

Diaz said the FBI furnished the NBI a copy of the document upon his request for a background check on Ivler.

“A search of the FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and Computerized Criminal History (CCH) database was conducted relative to subject Jason Aguilar Ivler, born in the US, January 7, 1982. The search yielded positive results,” Diaz quoted the FBI's document as saying.

Diaz also quoted the report: “Jason Aguilar Ivler is wanted by the Nevada Highway Patrol, Reno, Nevada for Failure to Appear in court to Address dangerous drugs of Trafficking of a Schedule 1 of Controlled Substance and possession with intent to sell.”

The date of the warrant (bench), according to FBI report, is Sept. 9, 2009. "The bench warrant remains outstanding. Ivler is facing charges for possessing Flunitrazepam, a sedative drug," said Diaz.

“This put to rest the myths regarding Jason Aguilar Ivler. The Jason Ivler who is wanted in the State of Nevada, particularly by the Nevada Highway Patrol, fits the description of the Jason Aguilar Ivler, who was tagged for the Nov. 18, 2009 killing of Renato Victor Ebarle Jr. like the age, the height and the weight,” Diaz said.

He further said that such explained why Ivler was no longer in the US service and why he was in the Philippines.

Diaz said Ivler would first face his charges here in the Philippines before he would be deported to the US to face his case there.

Diaz said the US Embassy’s American Citizens Services was looking into the alleged human rights violation committed on Ivler by authorities.

“But the FBI is also helping us in the information and the US Embassy will not coddle Ivler because he was even wanted in the US by virtue of bench warrant for case No. 09 CR 002463F,” he said. (PNA) RMA/JES


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