Over 7K violated health protocols in Cavite

August 14, 2021 Dennis Abrina 138 views

IMUS CITY, Cavite – The province recorded 7,524 violators on August 13 during police operations in seven cities and 16 towns of Cavite.

According to the report received by Police Colonel Marlon Santos, Provincial Police Office director, out of 7,524 violators, 941 had no face masks, 1,142 wore improper face masks, 2,996 had no face shields, 1,677 wore improper face shields, 120 violated the social distancing rule and 648 violated the curfew hours. The Cavite police gave warnings to 7,344 violators and 180 had paid fines.

In other police operations, Cavite operatives arrested the top 4 most wanted person in Silang and 24 others on anti-Criminality operations last August 13.

The arrested suspect in Silang was identified as Rafaela M. Anunciacion, who was nabbed in Bgy. Bulihan, Silang, Cavite by virtue of a warrant of arrest for the crime of attempted murder with criminal case number TG-17-681(AS).

Five other wanted persons were arrested for the crime of slight physical injuries in Bacoor City, qualified theft in Imus City and Trece Martires City, and grave threats in Dasmariñas City and Bacoor City.

Cavite police reported 10 arrests of individuals involved in illegal drugs in eight buy-bust operations conducted province-wide. Confiscated were 17 pieces of small heat sealed transparent plastic sachets containing white crystalline substance suspected as shabu, three pieces of heat sealed transparent plastic sachets of dried leaves suspected as marijuana, one unit .357 Magnum Smith and Wesson Springfield Mass with five pieces of live ammunition, drug money and other drug paraphernalia.

On the anti-illegal gambling operations, six individuals were arrested while playing “Tong-its” in Tanza and Amadeo. Confiscated as evidence were two sets of playing cards and cash amounting to P813 as bet money.

Three suspects involved in crime incidents were arrested in a road crash in General Aguinaldo, and theft incidents in General Trias City and Tanza.

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