Stepped-up police operations net 28 law violators in Bulacan

May 16, 2022 Bernard Galang 92 views

CAMP GEN ALEJO S. SANTOS, City of Malolos, Bulacan – The intensified police operations by the local police has hauled to jail 28 law offenders and confiscated at least P272,000 worth of shabu in Bulacan.

In a report to Bulacan police acting director Col. Charlie Cabradilla, suspect Ronaldo De Guzman alias “Bats,” of Partida, San Miguel, was arrested in a buy-bust operation by members of the San Miguel police.

De Guzman yielded one pouch containing 11 sachets of shabu weighing at least 40 grams valued at P 272,000.

Twelve drug suspects were also arrested in different anti-drug busts conducted by members of the Station Drug Enforcement Unit of Balagtas, Bocaue, Bulacan, Bustos, Guiguinto, Malolos, Pulilan, SJDMC and Bulacan Provincial Intelligence Unit .

Seized were a total of 41 sachets of suspected shabu, cigarette case and buy-bust money.

Meanwhile, an anti-illegal gambling operation in Meycauayan resulted in the arrest of six individuals playing cara y cruz.

Two suspects were arrested in separate crime incidents in the cities of Malolos and SJDM.

Robelito Reyes, of Graceville, CSJDM, was arrested for qualified theft while Christopher Peralta, of Pitpitan, Bulakan, was nabbed for violation of PD 1612 (Anti-Fencing Law).

In a series of manhunt operations, tracker teams of Balagtas, Bocaue, Meycauayan, CSJDM police, together with elements of the 2nd PMFC, 301st MC RMFB-3, 24th Special Action Company, PHPT Bulacan and 3rd SOU-Maritime arrested seven wanted persons, including a most wanted felon.

The most wanted person was identified as Rafael Guerrero alias “Ela,” of Batia, Bocaue for drugs.

The six other wanted persons were Crisanto Buladas alias Letlet of Caingin, Meycauayan City, for disobedience; Alfonso Santiago, of Borol 1st, Balagtas for qualified rape; Arturo Dimaano, of Narra, CSJDM, for violation of RA 9262; John Allen Policarpio, of Minuyan I, CSJDM, for damage to property; Melissa Mendoza, of Bunducan, Bocaue, for Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009; and Jonathan Tajan, of Lolomboy, Bocaue, for Anti-Child Abuse Law.

Bulacan PNP is stepping- up its operations against all forms of criminality in line with the instructions by Police Regional Office 3 director Brig. Gen. Matthew Baccay. By Bernard Galang