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  Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- PRO3 Regional Director PBGEN RHODEL O SERMONIA said that authorities arrested two alleged alcohol hoarders during an entrapment operation, earlier this morning in Bocaue, Bulacan.


Joint operatives of the Special Concern Unit, 301st Regional Mobile Force Battalion 3 and Bulacan 1ST Provincial Mobile Force Company under the over-all supervision of PLTCOL RENANTE F PINUELA conducted entrapment operation against Emmuel Cruz PAYABYAB and Mark Menguez DAVID at Brgy. Batia, Bocaue Bulacan for hoarding, profiteering, and selling unlabeled plastic bottles of medical liquid products.


Seized from the suspects were the following: 30 pcs White Plastic Container/Galloon of Isopropyl Alcohol; 8 pcs Black Plastic Container of Isopropyl Alcohol; 434  pcs White Plastic Container/Galloon of Hydrobased Disinfectant; 30 pcs Black Plastic Container  of Hydro-based  Disinfectant; One (1) pc of Php500.00 bill marked money;  One (1) bundle of boodle money  (Php.1,000.00 each); One (1) bundle of boodle money (Php 500.00); and  One (1) copy of Delivery Receipt  with a total amount of PHP 346,650.00,  issued by EMMUEL C. PAYABYAB.


The duo is now facing charges for Violation of RA 7394 (Consumer Act), Violation of RA 7581 as amended by RA 10623 (Profiteering/Hoarding of Isopropyl Alcohol).


“ As we continue to strictly implement the Enhanced Community Quarantine, we are also going after those who are taking advantage of the situation. May this serve as a stern warning to all especially those who are still trying to hoard and sell over-priced alcohols and other vital commodities which are very much needed this time. Stricter penalties are imposed to violators,“ PBGEN SERMONIA added.

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Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- PRO3 Regional Director PBGEN RHODEL O SERMONIA launched the PRO3 Food Bank with the aim to collect food for families throughout Central Luzon experiencing hardships not just during this Enhanced Community Quarantine but also during emergencies, disasters and crisis.


PBGEN SERMONIA said that Police Regional Office 3 has partnered with participating government agencies, the Federation of Philippine Industries (FPI), companies in the Ecozones, member-companies located in Region 3 and other stakeholders advocating emergency response and disaster-preparedness, to facilitate the cycle of food donations.


Donations of non-perishable and much needed food items are systematically categorized and are stored in available spaces of member agencies which are in close proximity to evacuation centers within the region.


 “We hope to raise tons of food to distribute to our communities who are doing it tough these trying times and we encourage every one to make a difference by participating in this project,” PBGEN SERMONIA added.

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Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- PRO3 Regional Director PBGEN RHODEL SERMONIA with OWWA Deputy Administrator Margaux "Mocha" Uson came to the rescue of some 100 stranded OFWs who arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and were ferried by bus to Dau terminal in Mabalacat City, Pampanga, yesterday (March 20).

The OFWs who worked in various countries abroad were all heading home in the different provinces of Northern Luzon.

PBGEN SERMONIA and Deputy Administrator Uson saw to it that the OFWs arrived safely at Dau bus terminal were they would be fetched by their families and relatives who were also contacted by PRO3 and OWWA.

Transportation services to those who would not be fetched by their families at the bus terminal were also provided by PRO3 and OWWA.

The assistance given to the OFWs is part of the Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) desk program of PRO3 which caters to the welfare of the OFWs as well as their families and relatives.

"Thru our OFW desk in collaboration with OWWA, outright assistance to our OFWs are being provided," PBGEN SERMONIA said.
PBGEN SERMONIA also distributed face masks and sanitizers to said OFWs.

ADOPT A FAMILY

Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- Apart from the anti-criminality efforts of authorities, the Central Luzon top cop is also sending a strong message to the entire Region 3 community, that indeed, their officers in blue, are part of their families.

PBGEN RHODEL O SERMONIA launched earlier today, March 22, PRO3's newest initiative, the Adopt-A-Family Program wherein PRO3 personnel would adopt at least one family who are most in need and supply them with their basic food commodities during this Enhanced Community Quarantine period.

PBGEN SERMONIA also said that the Adopt-A- Family program is not only about giving families their basic necessities but also providing them with support and hope especially these trying times.

"The entire Central Luzon is our family. Your police, we are part of this family, all part of the community. Thru this program, we sort of letting them know, they are part of our family and family takes care of each other,” PBGEN SERMONIA added.

The Region 3 police chief also encourages well-to-do families to participate in this program which is also a good way to prevent incidents of looting and burglary because of the "no work, no pay" situation and constraint public movement.