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MIMAROPA cops jail 7 lawbreakers

April 30, 2023 Alfred P. Dalizon 129 views

TEN lawbreakers were hauled to jail by operatives of the Police Regional Office 4-B in a string of anti-criminality operations in Mimaropa last Thursday, PRO4-B director, Brigadier General Joel B. Doria said yesterday.

In a report to Philippine National Police chief, General Benjamin C. Acorda Jr., the official said that one of the accused who was arrested in his hiding place in Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro last Thursday turned out to be the 6th most wanted person in Bataan province.

The subject of a non-bailable warrant of arrest for five counts of qualified rape and lascivious conduct in relation to Republic Act 7610 or the Special Protection of Children against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act, the 42-year old man was tracked down in Barangay Campaasan in Bulalacao municipality by members of the Bulalacao Municipal Police Station and the Balanga City Police Station.

The 2nd who was described as a 41-year old resident of Rizal, Palawan wanted for four counts of violation of RA 9262 was arrested in Purok Cabcungan in Bgy. Ransang.

Another who is wanted for a grave oral defamation case in Socorro, Oriental Mindoro was arrested in Bgy. Real in Calamba City in Laguna.

The 4th described as a 35-year old farmer tagged as the no. 1 most wanted in Coron, Palawan was arrested in his hiding place in Bgy. San Nicolas. Brig. Gen. Doria said that the accused is the subject of a non-bailable warrant of arrest for homicide.

The 5th described as a 41-year old resident of Panilao, Pilar, Bataan was arrested at the Calapan City Port in Bgy. San Antonio, Calapan City in Oriental Mindoro by local policemen armed with a non-bailable warrant of arrest for rape issued against the suspect by a Bataan court.

The PRO4-B director said that the 6th is a known drug trafficking personality in Romblon who was arrested in a buy-bust operation in Bgy. 3, Romblon, Romblon. The 25-year old suspect yielded five heat-sealed plastic sachets containing shabu and the buy-bust money topped by a marked P1,000 bill.

The 7th was a 21-year old resident of Bgy. Sta. Lourdes in Puerto Princesa City who is wanted for violation of the anti-cattle rustling law with a recommended bail of P108,000.

Brig. Gen. Doria said the suspect was caught in Bgy. Model in Puerto Princesa City.