PROCOR CAMP BADO DANGWA: The Police Regional Office continues to gain headways thru the aggressive implementation of various Special Laws, resulting in the arrest of eight (8) individuals over the week.
Three individuals were arrested and detained for violation of RA 10591at Purok 6, Bulanao, Tabuk City, Kalinga in the night of March 6, 2018 Arrested suspects were identified as Jeremy Baluga Gayumba, 25, single, engineer by profession and a resident of Agbannawag, Tabuk City, Kalinga, Henry Wandagan Banutan, 30, single and a resident of Dupag, Tabuk City, Kalinga and Lovimar Cos-agon Sobrera, 22, single and a resident of Bagumbayan, Tabuk City, Kalinga.
The suspects were onboard a single motorcycle and while passing in front of the Police outpost, they yelled and sped away prompting the police to give chase until they were caught in front of Bayle Supermart. During the subsequent search, an unlicensed .22 caliber revolver loaded with seven (7) live ammunitions was found inside the bag of Jeremy Baluga Gayumba.
On the other hand, four suspects identified as Rogelio M Arellano, Jr., Marvin L Dela Cruz, Jerome S Baybayan and Jonathan A Agpad were caught while in the act of playing Cara y Cruz at at De Jesus Street, Purok 4, Bulanao, Tabuk City, Kalinga. The suspects were caught in the morning of March 7, 2018, bet money amounting to Php512.00 in different denominations was also confiscated.
Furthermore, Andres E. Docyogen, 40, welder, and a resident of Brgy. Camalog, Pinukpuk, Kalinga was arrested in a checkpoint established at Sitio Hilltop, Junction, Pinukpuk, Kalinga in the early morning of March 7, 2018.
Prior to his arrest, operatives acting on a tip thru a phone call from a concerned citizen, were able to flag down the suspect who was driving a Nissan pathfinder eagle pick-up, loaded with 23 pieces of Narra lumber in different dimensions. Mr. Docyogen was placed under arrest for his failure to present pertinent documents to transport the said Narra lumber. The vehicle and Narra lumber was turned over to CENRO, Pinukpuk, Kalinga for documentation.
Police Chief Superintendent Edward E Carranza, Regional Director of Police Regional Office in the Cordillera, reminded his men to be vigilant and pro-active in the campaign against all forms illegal activities, especially loose firearms to lessen threat to the peace and order in the region. (PROCOR RPIO)