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CAMP OLIVAS, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA—A lady cop who was on her way home after rendering duty administered first aid to an injured man who was involved in a road accident on Saturday at the National Road, Tipo Hermosa, Bataan.
 
PO1 Karlie Rebutoc, assigned with Olongapo City Police Office was on board her motorcycle on her way home when she noticed a crowd gathered alongside said National Road looking after a bloodied man who was lying on the pavement. She did not hesitate to pull over and checked the condition of the man.
 
PO1 Rebutoc saw that the victim was bleeding profusely and was almost unconscious and then she immediately administered first aid to control the bleeding.
 
Victim was identified as Elmer Muyrong, 39 years old and a resident of Dinalupihan, Bataan.
 
Muyrong was brought to the nearest hospital for medical treatment and is now recovering from his head and arm injury.
 
In an interview, Muyrong said that he was on board his bicycle and lost his balance when he tried to overtake one passenger jitney.
 
He personally thanked PO1 Rebutoc for saving his life.
 
 “This is another proof that indeed you can depend on your police especially during critical times. May this commendable act of PO1 Rebutoc send a message to everyone that you can count on your police at all times, we are here to serve and to protect, and we are all committed with that,”PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT PRO3 AMADOR V CORPUS said.

 

CAMP OLIVAS, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA- Following the order of PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUS to immediately arrest the primary suspect in the killing of six persons and critically wounding of another in the early morning of April 20 at Purok 6, Brgy Tambo Adorable, San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija, Nueva Ecija, police arrested Jessie TESORO y Flores in Brgy Cut-Cut 1, Tarlac City at around quarter to 8 in the evening of April 20.

In the early morning of April 20, the lifeless bodies of Jennifer CARIAGA; 24 years old; Sergio CABALLERO, 29 years old; Amy CABALLERO, 12 years old; Joshua CABALLERO, 10 years old; their mother Leonila CABALLERO, 48 years old; and Sonny CUSTODIO was discovered lifeless in their rented apartment by responding policemen after Annalyn CABALLERO, 19 years old, who also suffered multiple wounds survived the attack and sought help from their neighbor.

The investigation revealed that on the night prior to the incident (April 19), Jennifer had a heated argument with her live-in partner, TESORO and that the latter had been drinking liquor in the afternoon until the evening of same day.

Relatedly, the children of Jennifer and Annalyn, ages 5 and 1 year old were left unharmed and were turned -over by responding policemen to their relatives.

The arrested suspect is now under the custody of San Leonardo MPS while charges for Multiple Murder with Frustrated Murder are being readied for filing in court. 

"This accomplishment proves that indeed your police is exerting all efforts to immediately solve cases and put behind the bars of justice all who are responsible for this lawlessness," PCSUPT CORPUS said.

 

 

Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga--- Two (2) target drug personalities were arrested by police authorities, yesterday (April 19).

 

Police operatives of City of San Fernando Police Station conducted buy-bust operation in Dolores Crossing, Looban which resulted to the arrest of Arwin David y Davide @ "Bulig" male, 45 yrs old, married and resident of # 92 1st Street Dolores, Looban, CSFP (Categorized as Target Drug List Personalities of San Fernando CPS) and August Poul Cao y Palma alias " Nog Nog" male, 30 yrs old, single, Barker, resident of Dolores Crossing, Looban main road #314, CSFP (Categorized as Newly Identified Drug Personality of San Fernando CPS).

 

Seized from the duo were the following: Twenty Four (24) pieces plastic sachets  containing white crystalline substance believed to be shabu with an estimated street value of Php 50,000.

 

Cases for violation of Sections 5 and 11 of RA 9165 were already filed against the arrested suspects.

 

PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUS, PRO3 Regional Director said that PNP PRO3 is   continuously conducting proactive operations in its efforts to wipe out all forms of illegal drugs in the region.

 
CAMP OLIVAS, CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, PAMPANGA- Police Regional Office 3 has launched the PNP PGS Institutionalization, earlier this morning, April 20, after it has been conferred three (3) of the four stages of the Performance Governance System, the Initiation, Compliance and Proficiency Stage.
 
The event was held at the PANA Hall, Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga with a lecture on “Good Governance” given by Dr Dolores T Quiambao, Dean, Graduate School, DHVTSU as part of the Launching of the PNP PGS Institutionalization.  
 
“Our journey towards the final stage of our Performance Governance System commences with the launching of the PNP PGS Institutionalization.  I enjoined everyone that with renewed focus and commitment, we will continue to transform to be a highly capable, effective and credible police service, that the country rightly deserve and be truly proud of. The passion and dedication to make a better Central Luzon will always be our shared commitment,” PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUS said.

 

 

 

Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando,Pampanga― Two (2) alleged members of the “GAWGAW” Budol-Budol Gang known for swindling OFWs were arrested by police operatives in separate manhunt operations conducted yesterday, April 18 in Caloocan City and Laguna.

 

Armed with warrants of arrest issued by Hon. Antonio Ray Ortiguera, Regional Trial Court, Branch 2, Balanga City, Bataan, joint operatives of Balanga City Police Station, CIDG Bataan and Provincial Intelligence Branch of Bataan PPO conducted manhunt operations in Caloocan City and Laguna which resulted to the arrest of Jonathan ASUNCION aka “Engr. Luis de Guia” and Antonio LAUGAN aka “Manny” for the crime of ESTAFA with recommended bail of Twenty-Eight Thousand Pesos (P28,000.00).

 

Their victim identified as Leonardo AUSTRIA, retired OFW residing in Balanga City sought police assistance sometime in November 2017 and reported that the duo were accomplice to an 8-Million Syndicated Estafa. Another complainant contacted AUSTRIA and tipped off the whereabouts of the suspects.

 

Further investigation revealed that suspects were also allegedly active members of “GAWGAW” BUDOL-BUDOL GANG operating within NCR, Region 3 & 4A and other adjacent regions.  ASUNCION and LAUGAN were featured many times in national television for their involvement in some large-scale Estafa cases.

 

Arrested persons are temporarily placed under the custody of Balanga City Police Station pending turn-over and issuance of Commitment Order from the court of origin.

 

“We are doubling our efforts to work round-the- clock in order to guarantee the public of a safe and sound sleep keeping our eyes always open against lawless elements and their activities. We will keep on tracking down violators of the law especially these fugitives,” PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUS said.

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ANOTHER HONEST COP RETURNS MONEY OF SENIOR CITIZEN

 
Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga--- PO3 Artem Balagtas assigned at Gerona Municipal Police Station once again proved that indeed policemen are trustworthy and honest, as he persistently searched for the owner of a wallet he found while on his way home after his duty on Friday.
 
Mrs Yolanda Oneal, a senior citizen, was elated when PO3 Balagtas knocked at her house and returned her wallet containing Php11,000.00 cash and identification cards in Gerona, Tarlac.
 
“His example is worth emulating. He was just doing what he has to do, the right way. Indeed, your police are committed to make a difference in our society one day at a time,” PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUS said.
 

PRO3 DEPLOYS ALMOST 9K PERSONNEL FOR 2018 BARANGAY SK POLLS

Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga – Three (3) days prior to the 2018 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan Elections, the entire Central Luzon police force continues to beef up security within the region to ensure the conduct of safe and secure local polls. Police Regional Office 3 Regional Director PCSUPT AMADOR V CORPUS bared that almost 9,000 PNP personnel coming from the different police units in Central Luzon are to be deployed within the region. “We will also send out police personnel assigned to do desk work and PNP personnel undergoing schooling to the different polling precincts to increase the number of those tasked to ensure peaceful elections this coming May 14. Out of the almost 9,000 personnel, 280 personnel from the Regional Headquarters will also be deployed in the provinces of Bulacan, Pampanga and Nueva Ecija,” PCSUPT CORPUS said. “We continue to carry out our mandated tasks to ensure the attainment of a safe and secure Barangay and SK elections this Monday, May 14 as we relatively remain steadfast in our anti-criminality efforts,” he added