A Chinese couple is facing charges of serious illegal detention and carnapping filed against them by two of their business partners.
The complaint was filed at the Manila Police District -Anti Carnapping Section against spouses Hector and Jacqueline Ang, of 640 Pina Avenue, Sampaloc, Manila, by live-in partners Carmina Ang, 40 and Brad Boie Peter Cheung, 30 both of No. 601 Eastwood 23, Eisenhower St., Greenhills, San Juan City.
The couple alleged that the incident took place on November 14, 2018 at the suspects’ home in Sampaloc, Manila at around 6:30 p.m.
According to them, the suspects called Carmina to a meeting to discuss problems regarding their business.
However, when Carmina arrived, no discussion took place and instead, she called up Cheung to also go there.
Allegedly, Cheung found Carmina crying and then the suspects took the keys to his car, a Mazda with plate number AAE 9520.
The suspects then allegedly ordered the victims to sign a promissory note, committing to pay a total of P3 million broken down into P100,000 installment per month. The complainants said they were told by the suspects that they will not be allowed to go home if they refused to follow the orders, so they were forced to do as directed.
Once they signed the papers, the complainant said Hector ordered his personal driver to bring them home.