Migo Adecer, Starstruck season 6 Ultimate Male Survivor, was captured by police in Makati City regarding a "hit-and-run" issue that left two MMDA (Metropolitan Manila Development Authority) representatives harmed, Tuesday night.

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Police Maj. Gideon Ines, aide head of police for tasks of Makati City, said the 19-year-old performing artist struck a couple riding a cruiser while driving a white Subaru BRZ in Barangay Poblacion. Rather than helping the people in question, distinguished as Rogelio Formelos Castillano and Michelle Gallova Papin, the suspect took off, he said.

Onlookers surged the unfortunate casualties to an adjacent medical clinic while traffic masters pursued the performing artist, whose full name is Douglas Errol Dreyfus Adecer. At the point when the suspect was cornered along N. Garcia St., he allegedly turned out to be rowdy and wouldn't surrender his permit.

Police Col. Rogelio Simon, head of police of Makati City, said Adecer endeavored to sidestep capture and hit a watch vehicle. He said "inipit namin 'yung kaniyang sasakyan kaya hindi na siya makaabante... Inatras niya ngayon 'yung kaniyang sasakyan at nabangga itong nakaharang na 'mobile' namin" (We blocked his vehicle, the reason that he was not able to move forward... he moves backward and now he bumped into our blocking mobile).

Image from Makati City Police Station

Simon said Adecer was apparently affected by liquor. He included, "halatang lango siya sa alak. Kinakausap namin, wala sa sarili. Nagsisigaw-sigaw" (he was obviously drunk due to liquors. We talked to him and he was not himself, he kept on shouting). Atty. Marie Glen Abraham-Garduque said her customer apparently didn't think about the mishap.

She said, "his initial statement to me is he didn't know that he had sideswipe [a vehicle]. Something else, he told me, if he knew he had a sideswipe, he would stop". Abraham-Garduque said her customer is eager to bear the unfortunate casualties' clinic bills.

Prior to the episode, Adecer was likewise associated with another criminal traffic offense in Rockwell Tuesday evening for driving rashly. He surrendered his driver's permit. The police are likewise investigating if the driver's permit seized from him on Tuesday night was phony. Adecer will deal with indictments for careless impulsiveness bringing about physical wounds and harm to property and insubordination to individual in power.