TO SHOW THAT THE POLICE ARE NOT PROTECTING DRUG PUSHERS Mariveles PNP score big against drugs, guns; nab 33

 

MARIVELES, Bataan- Meaning business in his crackdown against illegal drugs, Supt. Crizalde M. Conde, chief of police, has launched a series of campaign it resulting to the apprehension of 33 persons, confiscation of guns and shabu, it was reported yesterday.
Col. Conde’s action came after he was designated by Sr. Supt. Rhodel Sermonia, to head the police here, following reports that there were policemen who were in cahoots if not protecting the operations of illegal drugs in this town.
And right after his assumption as chief of police, Mayor Jesse Concepcion’s first order is to rid totally the town of illegal drugs, pushers and ushers, no matter whose toes they step on.

Al Balan, president of the Intelligence Support and Action Force (ISAF), a group of civilians agents tapped by the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group, to help in intelligence gathering and monitoring, said that they monitored the almost nightly operations launched by Col. Conde and his men against drugs. “Mauubos mga pushers nayan dahil palaging nag ooperate sina Col. Conde; matapang siya at totoo yng ginagawa nyang operasyon,” said Balan.
In his report on anti illegal drug operation conducted by Mariveles Municipal Police Station covering the period of January 1 to January 31, 2016 Col. Conde said that they apprehended the following suspects involved in illegal drugs: Bobeth Escarpe of Barangay Lucanin Ronilo Valenzuela of Mt. View, Miguel Manansala of Sisiman, Cesar Rodriguez, Gloria Gabay, both of Bonifacio Street, Barangay Poblacion, Eugene Ywayan and Yolanda Doningo of Barangay Sisiman, Melissa Reyes of Sisiman, Angelo Dahutoy of Baklain, Barangay Malaya, Rodito Ramirez and ruel Escabillo of of Barangay Camaya.
Daniel de Asis of Alas-asin, who was laso arrested for possessing illegall gun and bullets; Rodolfo Lamayra of Porto Brgy. Balon AnitoMark Clarin of Camaya, Edward Florentino and Reymark Rojas of of Sawmill BarangayTownsiteAlvin Marin of Barangay Mt. View, Christine Anne Gutierrez of Barangay Balon, Mariveles, Bataan. In a separate operation is Malaya, Col. Conde said they also arrested Frederick Vinas.Alfie Bantugan AlionJose Miguel de Andres of San Isidro.
In a joint operation to serve search warrant issued by Executive Judge Emmanuel Silva, Branch 4, RTC of Bataan, Conde reported also confiscation of various powerful guns, bullets and shabu at the houses of Levy Dinglasan Jr. and Efren Dinglasan, at Sitio Bo. Site, Barangay Biaan, Mariveles, Bataan.

The two were immediately arrested.
Col Conde said they were able to confiscate during the operations two Homemade Shotgun and Pistolized U.S. Carbine Caliber .30 M1, 15 Shotgun ammunitions, two (2) magazine (1 long and 1 short) of shotgun, three (3) magazines (2 short and 1 long) of Pistolized U.S. Carbine Caliber .30 M1, twenty-two (22) pieces Cal .30 ammunition, seven (7) small size heat sealed transparent plastic sachet containing suspected shabu, and assorted drug paraphernalia.

Recovered firearms and ammunition will be brought to Bataan PNP Crime Laboratory Office for ballistics examination and safekeeping, while, recovered drug evidence with an estimated total weight of .048 grams and estimated street value of Php 1,000 will be subjected to laboratory/chemistry examination, said Conde.

In barangay Alas-asin, Col Conde said they also arrested Daniel de Asis after the police seized from him a caliber 38 and shabu

“De Asis was caught in the act of selling suspected illegal drugs after selling one (1) small plastic sachet containing suspected shabu to police poseur buyer in exchange of a Php 400.00 (four 100 peso bill) , one (1) cube of suspected dried marijuana leaves and one (1) caliber 38 revolver, Smith and Wesson from his actual possession and control,” added Conde.-Mar T Supnad

AFTER FILING GRAFT CASE VS MAYORBataan Vice mayor receives death threat

ORION, Bataan- Vice Mayor Reynaldo Waje of this town is living in fear after receiving “death threat” supposed from the CPP/NPA.
Known for his being incorruptible and low profile, Waje told policemen here that he received a text message last week supposedly coming from one Ka Harie of the Underground movement, threatening him with death for allegedly turning down the request of the rebels.
“I did not remember anyone from the CPP/NPA who approached men and asked form something, wala namang lumalalapit e,” Waje said.
This was reportedly the full text message from the NPA sent to Waje” isang mapag palang gabi sayo VICE MAYOR hatid ng pulahang mandirigma at paglilinis kaya binaba sayo ang UBE ng CPP NPA n hatol mula s kilusan upang patawan k ng kamatayan dhil pag bliwala mu s aming khilingan alam kong di k namin mkukuha ng walang dahas kaya itinalaga nmin sayo ang taga hatol ng SQUAD ng CPP NPA pra di k pamarisan ng iba.
-KA HARIE”.

But Chief Inspector Eduardo Guevarra, chief of police here, doubted the sender of the text message, saying there is no more such group of rebels operating here. “Wala ng ganyang NPA, NPA dito,” said Major Guevarra.
And even Waje believes that the text message was not the handiwork of the rebels, saying it was probably a form of harassment by his political foes.
Last December, Waje and town Councilors -Warlito Isidro, June Hernandez, Ma. fe Munoz Alarcon, Armando Nava and Jerson Paul Ramirez-filed Graft case involving money of the public, Grave Misconduct and Dishonesty against Mayor Antonio Raymundo before the Office of Ombudsman.
The OMB is expected to hand down its decision anytime from this month.-Mar T Supnad

Let Digong be president-Bagatsing

With crowd-sourced global database Numbeo pegging crime index in Manila at a high of 67.78 last year, Manila mayoralty candidate Amado Bagatsing vowed today to restore peace and order in the capital city with the help of PDP-Laban presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte.“Manila is the third worst place in the Philippines when it comes to crimes. This is not surprising considering that the outgoing mayor has not lifted a finger to jail criminals and the drug syndicates now operating with impunity in our city,” said Bagatsing.
Bagatsing noted with dismay Numbeo’s figures which put Manila behind only Quezon City (71.85) and Zamboanga City (68.23) as the most crime-prone areas in the Philippines. 
“Mayor Duterte must be doing something right because in the same survey conducted by Numbeo, Davao City’s crime index was pegged at a low 20.08,” pointed out the congressman representing Manila’s 5th District.
Numbeo’s surveys on consumer prices, crime rates, quality of health care and other statistics are regularly cited by news media firms like Forbes, The Economist, BBC, The New York Times, Time and The Telegraph, among others.
Duterte has endorsed the candidacy of Bagatsing, a six-termer congressman, for mayor of Manila. Bagatsing has vowed to match Duterte’s iron fist against criminals.
“For the sake of our country, let Mayor Duterte be President because we need someone like him who backs his words with action. I am happy that the Comelec has dismissed the nonsense disqualification complaints against him,” said Bagatsing.
Numbeo included the Philippines in the 30 countries with the most serious criminality problem.
Bagatsing said he would increase the allowances of policemen, provide them with good lawyers for protection against harassment suits, and tap barangay units to serve as force multipliers during patrols and police operations.
He vowed to dismantle the drug laboratories in Manila and to offer substantial reward money for information leading to the arrest of most-wanted criminals in the city, especially those engaged in the trade of illegal drugs.                                                                             

Duterte vows to seize all loose guns, ends drugs

Taking into account that 99% of the guns used in criminal incidentswere classified as “loose,” Presidential aspirant Davao City Mayor

Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte and his running mate Senate Majority Leader

Alan Peter Cayetano today said they will seize all illegal firearms in

their effort to eliminate crime and illegal drugs.
“Sinasabi ko sa taumbayan, kung gusto ninyo ng malinis na bibig, very

civil and courteous, doon na lang kayo. Pero kung gusto ninyo ‘yung

nagmumura pero tinutupad ang pangako, I will deliver. In the first

year of my government, I will seize all loose firearms and end drugs

and criminality,” Duterte said.
According to Duterte, the possession of loose firearms is a crime in

itself, which in turn points to violent crimes such as murders,

homicides, illegal drug trade and random shooting.
In a recent report by the Philippine National Police (PNP), 42 people
were victims of stray bullet incidents, many allegedly from loose

guns. Majority of the incidents happened at the peak of last year’s

New Year’s celebration, from December 31 to January 1. Some of the

injured includes an eight-year-old girl from Iloilo City who sustained

injury on her right thigh.
For his part, Cayetano said that he and Duterte will push for a

crackdown on illegal gun manufacturers and dealers. They will also

push for more stringent background checks as a way to eliminate

gun-related violence, as proven in other countries.
“Sobra na ang gulo dahil sobra-sobra na ang mga iligal na baril na

hawak ng mga kriminal. The government itself admitted that 1.7 million

registered firearms in the country have been found using fictitious or

questionable information. This is unacceptable,” Cayetano said.
“Sa gobyerno namin ni Mayor Duterte, hindi natin hahayaan na makahawak
ng baril ang mga naghahasik ng krimen at gulo. Firearms should protect

the people not harm them,” Cayetano ended

PRAYER FOR PEACEFUL POLLS

Before signing a peace covenant, provincial leaders led by Gov Abet S Garcia, 4th left, offer prayers inside the Balanga cathedral for a peaceful election come May. Also in photo and signed the peace covenant were (left to right) Board member Jose Villapando, Orani town Mayor Benjie Serrano, Congressional candidate Geraldine Roman, Mayor Danny Malana, of Hermosa town, now candidate for congressman, board member Dante Manalastas, Sr Supt Rhodel Sermonia, among others.-Mar T Supnad  

Bataan’s potential cited

BALANGA CITY, Bataan –  The continued economic and security development in the province impressed investors and foreign visitors and they attributed this to the strong leadership of the province.

     Ronald Dabu, chief of Land Transportation Office in Bataan, said that this observation can also be seen on the sharp increase of vehicles registered last year. “This is a conrete indication that the economy of Bataan is improving,” pointed out Dabu.

     Recently, Dabu said that her relatives in United States who visited here were impressed by the fast economic progress in the province, after noting the sprouting like mushrooms of buildings and commercial establishments and the wide and concreted roads connecting Bataan to Subic, Clark and Metro Manila.

    “With what they see in Bataan, my relatives in the US want to invest and stay in Bataan after their retirement abroad. They feel that they are more secured in Bataan,” stressed Dabu.

Owing to their unequalled performances, the Garcias-Gov. Abet, runs unopposed for his reelection bid; Rep Tet also unopposed for his vice governorship bid; outgoing Mayor Joet is also uncontested for his bid in Second district’s representative.

     Also unopposed are SBMA director Francis Garcia for city mayor and reelectionist mayor Gila Garcia of Dinalupihan.

     Abet, Joet, Francis and Gila are children of Rep Tet Garcia and Mrs Vicky Garcia.-Ronald Supnad

On line exam for police

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, Pampanga, Feb.5 (PIA) — National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) will open next week its On-Line Examination Application Scheduling System (OLEASS) for the Police Entrance (PNPE) and Promotional Examinations (PROMEX).
“Applicants may now start accessing our website- http://www.napolcom.gov.ph. We are utilizing the OLEASS to regulate the scheduling of the filing of examination application in all NAPOLCOM Regional Offices,” NAPOLCOM Regional Director Rodolfo Grande Santos Jr said.
The period of online scheduling is from February 8 to 12 for PNPE and February 15 to 26 for PROMEX.
“Under the system, applicants are given schedule when to personally appear at NAPOLCOM to file their application and are required to bring with them their printed on-line confirmation letter and other required documents for further evaluation,” Santos added.
The PNPE is open to all Filipino citizens who meet the age, height, and educational requirements.
Police Officer I personnel whose appointments are temporary for lack of appropriate eligibility are also encouraged to take the exam.
“Civilian applicants must bring two recent, colored, and identical 1×1 ID pictures in white background and complete name tag along with one legal size window envelope with Php9 worth of mailing stamp, transcript of records or diploma, and birth certificate issued by the local civil registrar or Philippine Statistics Authority,” Santos said.
PROMEX, on the other hand, is open exclusively to all qualified uniformed members of the PNP who meet the minimum qualification standards for examination in terms of rank and eligibility.
Applicants are required to submit two recent, colored, and identical 1×1 ID pictures in white background and complete name tag with indicated rank, one legal size window envelope stamp, certified true copy of attested appointment, plantilla appointment or PNP absorption order, and Civil Service Commission eligibility or Professional Regulatory Commission Board Certificate. (CLJD-PIA 3)

Cache of guns, shabu seized; 3 arrested

MARIVELES, Bataan-The police here scored a major breakthrough in their campaign called “One time, Big time,” with the confiscation of several high-powered guns, bullets and shabu, police reported yesterday.
Supt Crizalde M. Conde, police chief, said they conducted a joint operation to serve search warrant issued by Executive Judge Emmanuel Silva, Branch 4, RTC of Bataan, resulting tothe confiscation of various powerful guns, bullets and shabu at the houses of Levy Dinglasan Jr. and Efren Dinglasan, at Sitio Bo. Site, Barangay Biaan, Mariveles, Bataan.
The two were immediately arrested.

Col Conde said they were able to confiscate during the operations two Homemade Shotgun and Pistolized U.S. Carbine Caliber .30 M1, 15 Shotgun ammunitions, two (2) magazine (1 long and 1 short) of shotgun, three (3) magazines (2 short and 1 long) of Pistolized U.S. Carbine Caliber .30 M1, twenty-two (22) pieces Cal .30 ammunitions, seven (7) small size heat sealed transparent plastic sachet containing suspected shabu, and assorted drug paraphernalia.  

Recovered firearms and ammunitions will be brought to Bataan PNP Crime Laboratory Office for ballistics examination and safekeeping, while, recovered drug evidence with an estimated total weight of .048 grams and estimated street value of Php 1,000 will be subjected to laboratory/chemistryexamination, said Conde.

In barangay Alas-asin, Col Conde said they also arrested Daniel de Asis after the police seized from him a caliber 38 and shabu 
“De Asis was caught in the act of selling suspected illegal drugs after selling one (1) small plastic sachet containing suspected shabu to police poseur buyer in exchange of a Php 400.00 (four 100 peso bill) , one (1) cube of suspected dried marijuana leaves and one (1) caliber 38 revolver, Smith and Wesson from his actual possession and control,” added Conde.-Mar T Supnad

 

SSS-DOLE info sharing

The Social Security System (SSS) and Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) formalized their joint commitment to intensify employer compliance and impose penalties on violators of labor and social security policies through a memorandum of agreement (MOA) on information sharing that covers SSS-related issues affecting workers employment.
Under the MOA, DOLE would provide the SSS with a monthly summary of employees’ SSS-related Requests for Assistance received under the labor department’s Single Entry Approach (SEnA) Program. DOLE would also furnish copies of official records on final and executory orders in all its labor standards involving employer violations of the Social Security Law such as registration of employees, reporting and under reporting of employees and non remittance or under remittance of SSS contributions. DOLE would also give the contact details on employment, employees and employers involved in such cases, and allow the SSS to use pertinent documents such as Labor Compliance Inspection Reports and transcripts and evidence obtained from DOLE adjudication hearings.

The SSS, on the other hand, through its Operations Group Heads would coordinate with the DOLE Regional Directors within their respective areas for appropriate action on the referred SSS cases. These SSS Operations Group Heads would also update their respective DOLE Regional Directors of the steps taken against the involved employers and SSS actions on the workers’ requests for assistance relayed by DOLE. Photo shows SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio S. de Quiros, Jr. (right) and Labor Secretary Rosalinda D. Baldoz (left) present the MOA they signed on behalf of their respective agencies during ceremonies held at the Executive Lounge of the SSS Main Office last December 22. 
 

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