Antonio Toling
Jose Toling
Occupation Farmers
Born ca. 1917 (both)
Penalty Both were sentenced to death
Attack information
Date January 8, 1965
8 p.m.
Location(s) Santa Rosa City, Philippines
Target(s) Train passengers
Killed 8
Injured 7
Weapon(s) Knife

Antonio and Jose Toling were two Filipino twin brothers who killed eight people and wounded seven others on a train near Santa Rosa City, Philippines on January 8, 1965. Four more died by jumping out of the train. They were both sentenced to death.[1][2][3][4]


  • Teodoro F. Bautista, 72
  • Modesta R. Brondial 58
  • Isabelo S. Dando, 45
  • Elena B. Erminio 10
  • Teresita B. Escanan, 25
  • Isabel Felices, 60
  • Susana C. Hernandez, 46,
  • Antonio B. Mabisa, 28
  • Timoteo U. Dimaano, 53, died by jumping out of the train
  • Miguel C. Oriarte, 45, died by jumping out of the train
  • Salvador A. Maqueda 52, died by jumping out of the train
  • Shirley A. Valenciano, 27, died by jumping out of the train

Among those wounded were:

  • Lucila Pantoja
  • Armanda Mapa-Dizon
  • Brigida Sarmiento-Palma
  • Cipriano Reganet
  • Corazon Bernal-Astrolavio


  1. 14 Killed As Twin Brothers Go on Rampage, Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (January 9, 1965)
  2. Twins charged in slayings, Pacific Stars And Stripes (January 14, 1965)
  3. Court Dooms Twin Brothers, San Mateo Times (January 12, 1967)
  4. The People of the Philippines vs. Antonio Toling y Rovero and Jose Toling y Rovero

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