Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga--- Two (2) persons wanted for Rape were arrested during manhunt operations by police authorities in Mayantoc, Tarlac, yesterday (July 31).

      Around 9:00 in the morning, joint personnel of Mayantoc MPS, Tarlac Provincial Intelligence Branch and Provincial Public Safety Company conducted manhunt operation in Brgy. Maniniog, Mayantoc, Tarlac which resulted to the arrest of spouses Rodel RAMIREZ y Eugenio, ranked No. 2 most wanted person of Mayantoc, 28 y/o, married and Nathalie RAMIREZ y Mariano, ranked No. 8, 32 y/o, married, both residents of said place by virtue of Warrant of Arrest issued by Hon. Judge Jose S. Vallo of RTC-Branch 68, Camiling, Tarlac dated July 10, 2017 with Criminal Case Nos. 17-141, 17-142, 17-143 and 17-144 for the crime of Rape (4 counts).  

Arrested persons were brought to Mayantoc Municipal Police Station for proper disposition.

 

PCSUPT AARON N AQUINO, RD PRO3, commended the operating troops for a job well done. He also assured the public that PRO 3 will continue its campaign to eradicate all forms of criminality including intensification of manhunt operations against wanted persons within the region

                        Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga---Eight (8) suspects were arrested and a total of seventy-eight (78) sachets of suspected shabu were confiscated during successive anti-illegal drugs operations conducted by police authorities, here yesterday (July 31). 

Around 5:40 in the afternoon, four (4) persons were arrested by City of San Fernando Police Station and PDEA 3 in Northville 14 Phase 1, Brgy. Calulut, City of San Fernando, Pampanga identified as Nerrieboy SISON y Tayag, 29 y/o, resident of Brgy. Bulaon, City of San Fernando, Pampanga, Fidel CASTRO y Mallari, 39 y/o, Angelito CRUZ JR y Viloria, 41 y/o and Bernie MALIG y Espiritu, 40 y/o, all residents of said place.

 

            Confiscated from their possession were thirty-six (36) heat-sealed transparent plastic sachets containing suspected shabu and the marked money.

 

Continuously, operatives of CSFPS conducted buy-bust operation in Bulaon Resettlement, Brgy. Bulaon, City of San Fernando, Pampanga which resulted to the arrest of Ronnie BONDOC y Aldana a.k.a. RANNIE, 47 years old and Lito SANTIAGO y Navarro a.k.a. SAPUK, 44 years old, both residents of said place.

 

            Confiscated from the possession of the duo were twenty-seven (27) heat-sealed transparent plastic sachets containing suspected shabu and the marked money.

 

At about 10:45 in the evening, same operatives conducted buy-bust operation in San Fernando Heights, Brgy. Malpitic, City of San Fernando, Pampanga which resulted to the arrest of Analiza BARRERA y Basco a.k.a. Liza, 38 y/o and Ronnie PANGILINAN y Fernando, 43 y/o, both residents of said place.

 

            Confiscated from the possession of the duo were fifteen (15) heat-sealed transparent plastic sachets containing suspected shabu and the marked money.

 

“As we continue to wage our all-out war against illegal drugs, more operations will be continuously launched and we will not stop until Region 3 is drug-free,” PRO3 Regional Director PCSUPT AARON N AQUINO remarked.

       Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga--- The crime incidents in Central Luzon has significantly decrease following the launching and implementation of Project Double Barrel Reloaded last March 1, 2017.

In March to May 2016, crime incidents were recorded with a total of 13,591 prior to the implementation of Project Double Barrel Reloaded while from March to May of this year there are only 12,946 wherein the number of index crimes decreased with a recorded 2,250 incidents (42 homicides, 203 murders, 546 cases of physical injuries, 416 robberies, 582 thefts and 242 carnapping/motornapping) which is lower.

The decrease in crime incidents can be attributed to the stern implementation of Project Double Barrel Reloaded.

Honest crime reporting of police stations, continuous PCR activities that is situational driven approach and good working relationship of the police in the community also add up to the decrease of crimes.

Relatedly, a total of 1,750 anti- illegal drug operations were conducted with the arrest of 2,757 suspects (1,909 pushers/users and 848 pushers) and confiscation of 14.309 kilos of marijuana and 2.609 kilos of shabu.

Meanwhile, PCSUPT AARON N AQUINO, Regional Director, PRO3 said that “Despite the effectiveness of our Project Double Barrel Reloaded, we should not be complacent and should keep our eyes always open against lawless elements and their activities. Crime prevention is a 24-hour task and is a serious business to be handled by us in the law enforcement.”

            CAMP OLIVAS, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- As the month long celebration of the 22nd Police Community Relations with this year’s theme “ Police and Community: Sharing Responsibility, Taking Action in Unity” culminates, Police Regional Office 3 held a program earlier this morning, (July 31) at the PRO3 Parade Ground, Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga.

         The program coincided with the traditional Monday flag raising ceremony with NAPOLCOM 3 Director Rodolfo G Santos Jr as the Guest of Honor and Speaker.

            It was highlighted by the presentation of awards and recognition to deserving PCR commissioned and non- commissioned PNP personnel and offices/units that supported and contributed to various PCR activities within Region 3.

Among the awardees were: for Individual Awards: PSUPT BAYANI RAZALAN, Chief, PCRB, Tarlac PPO; PSUPT AVELINA DE GUZMAN, Olongapo CPO; PCINSP JOVY P ARCEO, Chief of Police, Bamban MPS, Tarlac PPO; SPO1Lorilyn Cuarton, Dinalungan MPS, Aurora PPO; PO2 Carol Capinpin, Tarlac CPS, Tarlac PPO; PO1 Juan Carlos C Ventura, Olongapo CPO; Unit Awards: Aurora PPO headed by PSSUPT RANDOLF Y BALONGLONG; Olongapo City Police Office headed by PSSUPT MELCHOR B CABALZA and Tarlac City Police Station.

The month-long celebration includes different activities that highlighted the importance of a solid partnership between the police and the community in the effective maintenance of peace and order and community development.

Annually, the month of July is declared as Police Community Relations Month with the National Police Commission as its lead agency.

 

 

                CAMP OLIVAS, City of San Fernando, Pampanga- Police Regional Office 3 is all geared up to provide the utmost assistance among students on the opening of classes coming June 5, 2017.

            PCSUPT AARON N AQUINO, RD PRO3 revealed that guidelines were already established in accordance with “IMPLAN Ligtas Balik-Eskwela 2017”, a directive emanated from the National headquarters that is being conducted annually.

           He bared that maximum number of PNP personnel will be deployed in the different provinces to provide public safety and police visibility in schools, colleges, universities and its nearby areas, which are most likely to be the chosen target place of criminal elements.

           Police Assistance Desks, manned by a team from the local police, in coordination with the concerned school authorities and its security force, local government units and barangay force multipliers, will also be established in every school on June 5 to pre-empt and respond for any eventuality.

           He directed all field officers to personally visit the different schools and coordinate with school officials in order to deter lawless elements from doing illegal activities such as hold-up, pick-pocketing, snatching, drug pushing and even kidnapping of hapless students. Also, continuous anti-criminality operations shall be conducted in crime prone areas before, during and after the opening of classes.

           Additionally, police will be working hand in hand with the traffic auxiliaries in traffic control and direction wherein volume of students will travel to and from the various schools in the different cities/provinces seeing that road traffic is expected to elevate