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Friday, July 31, 2009

Zambales PNP reports

IBA, Zambales -- The Police Provincial Office made a modest operational accomplishment from January to June, said provincial police director Senior Supt. Rolando Felix.

Felix reported that 11 persons were arrested for illegal gambling and three cases of violation of PD 1602 as amended by RA 9287 were filed in court.

On loose firearms, 21 persons were arrested and 24 firearms, including seven high powered, were seized, while two homemade shotguns and two .32 revolvers were surrendered to the police.

On protecting the rights of children, eight minor guest relations officers were rescued at a videoke bar and 18 rape cases were filed in court.

Police also rescued a kidnap victim and arrested three suspects. Three suspected Budol-Budol gang members were also nabbed and syndicated estafa charges were filed against them.

They also arrested 22 suspected illegal loggers, and seized 8,799 board feet of lumber worth P175,980 and 844 sacks of charcoal. Three trucks and two tricycles were impounded and their personnel were charged with violation of PD705 as amended by RA 330.

On illegal fishing, the Municipal Fisheries and Aquatic Resources and Bantay Dagat nabbed and charged 51 persons for selling dynamited fish and using cyanide and compressor. By: Mamer BaƱez - People's Journal

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