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    The former 2nd man in command of the National Capital Region Police Office and District Director of Manila Police District assumed his post as the new Regional Director of Police Regional Office 3 on Tuesday (November 20, 2018).

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Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- One (1) still unidentified suspect died during a shootout with police authorities after a buy-bust operation on unlicensed firearms was conducted by operatives of City of San Fernando Police Station, yesterday (Aug 21).

The shootout which took place at around 10:00 PM at Brgy. San Nicolas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga ensued after the suspect known only as alias “Bay” sensed that he was transacting with lawmen.

Recovered from the crime scene were one (1) ARMSCOR caliber .38 revolver without serial number loaded with two (2) ammunition and one (1) spent shell, one (1) caliber .45 pistol without serial number (subject of sale), five (5) caliber 9mm spent shells, five (5) heat-sealed transparent plastic sachets containing suspected shabu, two (2) lighters, glass tooter, scissor, Nokia phone, Php.500.00-peso bill with serial number TX979010 marked with “BPT”, holster and silver necklace.

Continuous investigation is being conducted by authorities for possible identification of slain suspect.

PRO3 Regional Director, PBGEN JOEL NAPOLEON M CORONEL said that, “We continue to triple, if not double our efforts to carry out all our anti-criminality measures to guarantee our people of safer communities."

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CAMP OLIVAS, City of San Fernando, Pampanga. Police Regional Office 3  Regional Director PBGEN JOEL NAPOLEON M CORONEL administered the oath of office of the 2019 Batch of Police Recruits following their presentation by PLTCOL ROMMEL BATANGAN,  Acting Chief of the Regional Personnel and Records Management Division  earlier this morning, ( August 20) at the PRO3 Parade Ground, Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga.

Of this year’s batch of 283 new police recruits, 231 are males while 52 are females. All were given the rank of Patrolman and Patrolwomen in temporary status.

The new police personnel were chosen after a stringent screening and selection process conducted by the Regional Screening Committee on Recruitment headed by PBGEN LEONARDO M CESNEROS, PRO3 Deputy Regional Director for Administration.  

After their oath-taking ceremony, the new police recruits will further undergo one-year training at the Regional Training School 3 in Magalang, Pampanga.

“Bilang mga bagong pulis, magsumikap kayo na maging mga instrumento ng pagbabago at katuparan ng mga mithiin ng PNP. Huwag ninyong sasayangin ang pagkakataong ibinigay sa inyo at lagi ninyong alalahanin na madami ang ipinatawag upang umanib, ngunit kayo ang pinalad na mahirang. Malaki ang inyong gagampanang tungkulin sa patuloy na pagbuo ng isang huwarang pambansang pulisya na kinabibilangan ng mararangal, mga propesyunal at mga matatapat na mga miyembro nito” PBGEN CORONEL said.

 

Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- Four (4) most wanted persons including the top 1 Most Wanted of Sta. Ignacia, Tarlac were arrested during separate manhunt operations conducted by police authorities in Tarlac, Bataan and Bulacan yesterday (Aug 1). 

Joint operatives of Sta. Ignacia MPS, Regional Intelligence Division 1 and Asingan MPS armed with warrant of arrest proceeded at Brgy. San Vicente West, Asingan, Pangasinan and arrested Gilbert DOMINGO y Robang, resident of Brgy. Poblacion East, Asingan, Pangasinan and ranked no. 1 Most  Wanted of  Sta Ignacia Municipal Police Station. Said warrant was issued by Regional Trial Court-Branch 68, Camiling, Tarlac for Rape in relation to RA 7610 with no bail recommended. Nilo MARASIGAN y Garcia, ranked no. 6 most wanted of Balanga City Police Station, was arrested by police authorities by virtue of warrant of arrest issued by RTC-Branch 3, Balanga City, Bataan for Rape with no bail recommended. 

Also, Bulacan police were able to arrest two (2) persons sought by law, namely: Norman PABALAN y Bonus, ranked no. 9 most wanted of Baliuag MPS, for Attempted Murder; and, Ramon MUSA y Ferrer a.k.a. Ramon, ranked no. 9 most wanted of Bustos MPS, for Violation of RA 7610. 

“ May this continuous arrest of wanted persons send a message to all outlaws that Central Luzon is not a refuge for criminals as we will continue to hunt them down and eventually put them in prison,” PRO3 Regional Director PBGEN JOEL NAPOLEON M CORONEL said.


Camp Julian Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga--- Four (4) notorious drug peddlers were arrested in City of San Fernando, Pampanga, Sunday morning (August 18).

Operatives of the Regional Drug Enforcement Group together with the Special Concern Unit-Regional Intelligence Division 3, and Regional Mobile Force Battalion 302nd Maneuver Company conducted anti-drug operations along by-pass road, Barangay Sindalan, City of San Fernando, Pampanga which resulted in the arrest of Acmali FRANCISCO y Cabual @BALBAS, listed as High Value Target, and resident of Barangay Sangandaan, Quezon City; Mohammer HAJI GANDA y Cosain, listed as High Value Target and resident of Barangay Sangandaan, Quezon City; Jalal MAUYAG y Sumdad, listed as High Value Targe, and also a resident of Barangay Sangandaan, Quezon City and; Michael Evance VILLACORTA y Galicto @KIM, watchlisted and resident of barangay San Isidro, City of San Fernando, Pampanga.

Confiscated from the suspects were: one (1) pc. medium size heat-sealed transparent plastic sachet containing suspected "SHABU" (confiscated from the possession and control of @KIM); one (1) pc. medium size heat-sealed transparent plastic sachet containing suspected "SHABU" (product of buy-bust); eight (8) pcs. large knot-tied transparent ice bags containing suspected "SHABU" weighing more or less 810 grams seized from @BALBAS; one (1) pc. Php 1000 marked money and nine (9) pcs. of boodle 1000 bills utilized as buy-bust money; one (1) unit of Armscor .45 caliber pistol with two (2) magazines loaded with fifteen (15) live ammunitions; one (1) pc. of black sling bag with CAMELBAK printing; one (1) pc. of black holster; one (1) unit of Violet NOKIA Cellular phone; one (1) black NISSAN EXALTA, and one (1) orange TOYOTA VIOS.

Criminal charges for violations of Sec. 5 in relation to Sec. 26 and Sec 11, Art. II of R.A 9165 and violation of R.A. 10591, are now being prepared for filing in court against the suspects.

“Thru our revitalized anti-illegal drug campaign and the community's support, we continue to yield positive results on our anti-illegal drug efforts in Region 3. We keep on working double time to stop the proliferation of illegal drugs in the region and we appeal to every one to continue helping us in our campaign against illegal drugs in order to make Central Luzon drug-free,” PRO3 Regional Director PBGEN JOEL NAPOLEON M CORONEL said.

Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- Eight hundred ninety (890) PCSO gaming activities in Central Luzon are now closed following the order of President Rodrigo Duterte.

633 lotto outlets, 190 small-town lottery kiosks, 4 Peryahan ng Bayan outlets and 63 Keno shops region wide were shut down by police authorities on Sunday (July 28).

“We have already achieved a 100% closure of all PCSO gaming outlets and establishments covered by the closure order of our President Duterte here in Region 3. We appreciate the cooperation of the franchise holders as well as the public during the implementation of this directive. We also urge the public to continuously report any suspected illegal gambling activities in their respective communities to the nearest police station or thru PNP Hotline Number 09998838327/09176235700,” PRO3 Regional Director PBGEN JOEL NAPOLEON M CORONEL said.