Two drug pushers fall in buy-bust operations of police Cordillera
Camp Major Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad Benguet: Two drug pushers were arrested in two succeeding days of buy bust operations conducted by the Baguio City Police Office and Kalinga Police Provincial Office.
Recently, a farmer identified as Langngag Yagao Gayyad, 43, and a resident of Lacnog, Tabuk City, Kalinga was apprehended by the joint personnel of Kalinga Drug Enforcement Unit, Tabuk City Police Station and members of the Regional Mobile Force Battalion-15.
He was arrested in his residence in the afternoon of March 28, 2019 while his two companions eluded arrest. Result of the operation is the confiscation of one (1) small sachet containing suspected shabu and drug paraphernalia in his possession.
Moreover, a female drug pusher identified as CHERRILYN ASPERA GALANG aka CHERRY, 31, a resident of East Bayan Park, Baguio City was arrested along East Bayan Park Barangay, Baguio City in the night of March 27, 2019.
During the joint drug buy-bust operation of the City Drug Enforcement Unit, Station 7, Station 6, and members of the Criminal Intelligence Unit in coordination with the PDEA-CAR, Galang was held after vending a sachet of shabu to one of the operatives who acted as a poseur buyer. Her male companion escaped after being alarmed of her scream while being arrested.
Evidence confiscated from the suspect’s possession were two (2) sachet of shabu, 1 mobile phone and Php3,000.00 buy bust money.
Gayyad and Galang are now facing charges for violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act of 2002 filed by the police in court. While the companions of the arrested suspects who eluded arrest are now subject for surveillance and manhunt operation for their immediate arrest. (PROCOR RPIO)
PROCOR Arrests 138 Wanted Persons in a Month
Camp Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad, Benguet – Police Regional Office Cordillera (PROCOR) operatives gained success in the service of warrants issued by the courts against suspects following the arrest of 138 wanted persons for the month of March including 8 Top Most Wanted Persons (TMWP).
Most notable accomplishment of the arrest within the month is the neutralization of the three top most wanted persons in the provinces of Apayao, Benguet and the City of Baguio on March 26, 2019.
The No. 3 tmwp of Apayao province identified as Paul Sabadao Alawin, 49, native of Upper Maton, Pudtol, Apayao and presently residing in Brgy. Guinalbin, Aglipay, Quirino Province was arrested thereat. He was charged for the crime of murder with no recommended bail bond.
Also, Benguet’s No. 7 tmwp identified as Joel Pasigon Alingba, 28, farmer and a resident of Tinoc, Ifugao was arrested in Mansoyosoy, Catlubong, Buguias, Benguet. He was charged for the crime of violence against Women and their Children with a recommended bail bond of ₱120,000.00.
While the No. 5 most wanted person of Baguio City identified as MARCEL DOMINGO RAMOS, 26, glass aluminum installer, and resident of San Antonio Village, Aurora Hill, Baguio City was apprehended in Kabuyao, Tuba, Benguet. He was charged for the crime of rape with no recommended bailbond.
In the station level of Baguio City, another three top most wanted person were also arrested in their respective residences.
The number 6 top most wanted person of Police Station 1 (PS) and PS6, BCPO were arrested. Police Station 1 (PS), BCPO arrested Rafael Voltaire Bidang Montero, 25, construction worker and a resident at Km 4, Bacbacan, Asin Road, Baguio City on March 10, 2019. While PS 6, BCPO arrested ELIZABETH TAQUIO SALAZA, 44, government employee, and a resident of Sayangan, Atok, Benguet on March 5, 2019. Montero was charged for the crime of Qualified Theft with a recommended bail of Php 40,000.00 while Salaza was charged for the crime of two counts of Estafa with a recommended bailbond of ₱240,000.00.
Moreover, the No. 9 TMWP of PS3, BCPO identified as Leo Sandoval Briones, 37, and a resident of Engineer's Hill, Baguio City was arrested for the crime of Serious Physical Injuries on March 7, 2019 with a recommended bailbond of Php12,00000.
Finally, two top most wanted person was also arrested in the municipal level of the province of Ifugao. Hungduan’s no. 1 most wanted person identified as Martin Liwanon Dangpahon, 48, farmer was arrested in his residence at Uhaj, Banaue, Ifugao on March 14, 2019. While Kiangan’s No. 4 most wanted person identified as Eddie Baguilat Dulawan, 53, farmer and a resident of Duit, Kiangan, Ifugao was arrested at Barangay Ricarte Norte, Diffun, Quirino on March 7, 2019.
Dangpahon was charged for the crime of rape with no recommended bailbond while Dulawan was charged for the Crime of Acts of Lasciviousness with a recommended bailbond of Php200, 000.00.
In addition, 128 other wanted persons were arrested over the past month regionwide.
Brigadier General Israel Ephraim Dickson, Regional Director said that the positive result of massive manhunt operations is the noteworthy outcome of PRO-COR’s continuous crime reduction program. “We are relentlessly hunting these criminals to prevent them from committing their nefarious activities to ensure the security of the public especially that the election is fast approaching," Dickson added.
Likewise, he directed all unit commanders to passionately implement the service of warrants and account all wanted persons to help fast track pending cases in various courts of the region. (PROCOR RPIO)
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Signing of the MOA between PROCOR and NAPOLCOM-CAR
Signing of the Memorandum of Agreement between PROCOR and NAPOLCOM-CAR for the conduct of survey on the performance of the Police Regional Office Cordillera using the survey questions in the Web Based Online Community Engagement Survey (WEBOCES). 9/3/2018
20 deserving PROCOR personnel were awarded medals
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