Who was Sgt. Jessie Villanueva? Missing Adamson Student found dead in Cavite
Death never comes without warning and always brings a lot of tears and pain with it. We all know that everyone has to die one day but still, we are stuck in the cycle of life and whenever this bitter truth comes it instantly broke our hearts. No one wants to hear the death news of their loved ones, especially the person who just started living their life and in the age of making his/her career they put their family, friends, and loved ones in a mourning state.
Adamson Student found dead in Cavite
With a heavy heart, we are sharing the death news of one such student who was earlier missing but whose family were praying for his well-being and want him to see alive but now their hopes have shattered in million of pieces after they hear his passing news. We can’t imagine the pain of his family and which mental state they are suffering now, ever since they heard the passing news of him. The deceased was a student of Adamson University and police were earlier searching him after his missing case was lodged.
— Adamson University (@adamson_u) February 28, 2023
According to the reports, the student was reported missing on Saturday, 18th February 2023 but now police have recovered his dead body in Imus located in Cavite. Now the police filed the case as a murder and currently investigating the matter. The family has been informed and they also identified the dead body as the missing student. Sgt. Jessie Villanueva, the Imus police case investigator on Tuesday, 28th February 2023 states that the body of the late student was discovered close to Barangay Malagasang. The deceased was identified as John Matthew Salilig.
Who was Sgt. Jessie Villanueva?
Ever since, his family, friends, and classmates heard his death news they are constantly paying tribute to him and mourning his demise. His family is still in shock that he is no more. They were hoping to see him alive but his death news has broken their hopes. Quoting the initial probe organized by the Binan police, Villanueva states that Salilig was attending the initiation rites of a profession-Tau Gamma Phi-in Laguna on the same day when his missing case was reported.
Villanueva stated that Binan cops had recognized at least 15 individuals from the fraternity who are reportedly engaged in the missing and demise of Salilig. In the meantime, Adamson University earlier asserted the “sad death news” of one of its pupils whose identity was not shared but now police have shared it and the school is also mourning his demise and feeling extremely sad for his family. Police have not shared many details of the case and trying to look at the nature of the demise.