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MORE THAN PHP 135,000.00 WORTH OF ILLEGAL DRUGS SEIZED IN BUYBUST OPERATION

                A total of seventeen (17) sachets of shabu with estimated DDB value of Php 135,000.00 were confiscated in separate buybust operations of the operatives of Police Station 8, Station Drug Enforcement Team, led by PMAJ CHARLES GEVER, Station Commander, at Purok Lawayan, Brgy Banago, Bacolod City on March 9, 2020, 12:30AM and City Drug Enforcement Unit, BCPO led by PCOL HENRY F BIÑAS, City Director, at Purok Kalingawan, Brgy Banago, Bacolod City on March 9, 2020, 12:15AM. Arrested were ROMNICK BANABAN y QUIATCHON, (SLI), 29 years old, single, a resident Purok Lawayan, Brgy Banago, Bacolod City and Joenel vallangca y LANZA aka Joenel, (SLI), 38 years old, married, a resident of Purok Kalingawan, Brgy Banago, Bacolod City. Said suspects were caught in the act in selling to a police poseur buyer in exchange of marked money. Confiscated also were PHP 300.00 and PHP 500.00 marked money, and other drug paraphernalia.

BCPO City Director, PCOL HENRY F BIÑAS, lauded the operating units for their accomplishment as these bespeak of the commitment of the Bacolod Police for the drug and crime-free city.

Cases for the violation of Sections 5 and 11 of Art II of R.A 9165 are being prepared for the filling at the City Prosecutors Office against the suspects.

Photographs taken by Police Station 8, Station Drug Enforcement Team at Purok Lawayan, Brgy Banago, Bacolod City on March 9, 2020, 12:30AM

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 Photographs taken by City Drug Enforcement Unit, BCPO Purok Kalingawan, Brgy Banago, Bacolod City on March 9, 2020, 12:15AM

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  MORE THAN PHP 120,000 WORTH OF ILLEGAL DRUGS SEIZED IN BUYBUST OPERATION

              A total of twelve (12) sachets of shabu with estimated DDB value of Php 120,000 were confiscated by the operatives of City Drug Enforcement Unit (CDEU BCPO) under the supervision of PLTCOL JOVIE R. ESPINIDO at Purok Paraiso, Sitio Sebucao, Brgy. Banago Bacolod City on January 21, 2020, 07:00AM. Arrested were NORMAN MAJOMETONO y GAMGAN, Single, 31 years old and a resident of same place, JAY MAJOMETANO y DEPAKAKIBO, Single, 49 years old and a resident of Purok Paraiso, Bgry. Banago, Bacolod City and JEROME Malan y MAJOMETANO, Married, 49 years old. Said suspects were caught in the act in selling to a police poseur buyer in exchange of marked money. Confiscated also were PHP 1,000.00 marked money, one (1) cellphone and other paraphernalia.

BCPO City Director, PCOL HENRY F BIÑAS, lauded the operating units for their accomplishment as these bespeak of the commitment of the Bacolod Police for the drug and crime-free city.

Cases for the violation of Sections 5 and 11 of Art II of R.A 9165 are being prepared for the filling at the City Prosecutors Office against the suspects.

 

CELEBRATION OF BACALAODIAT 2020 IN BACOLOD CITY, GENERALLY PEACEFUL

              The three (3) days celebration of Bacalaodiat 2020 in Bacolod City was generally peaceful with no recorded incident of indiscriminate firing or Violation of Gunban and no major incidents reported.

Total crime volume for the duration of said festival covering the period from January 31 to February 2, 2020 decrease by 63.64% or fourteen (14) crime incidents as compared to Bacalaodiat Festival last year. Further, this office had recorded a total of 13.53% average crime rate covering the three (3) days period Bacalaodiat Festival 2020 as compared to 37.20% average crime rate last year’s Festival.

The peaceful celebration of Bacalaodiat 2020 were attributed to the continuous police visibility, information dissemination on prohibited and crime prevention tips through distributed of flyers and the use of social media. BCPO also gained the cooperation of the public who did their share to achieve a peaceful and orderly celebration by witnessing fireworks display.

 

CELEBRATION OF NEW YEAR 2020 IN BACOLOD CITY, GENERALLY PEACEFUL

              The celebration of New Year 2020 in Bacolod City was generally peaceful. Bacolod City Police Office has no recorded incident of indiscriminate firing, stray bullets and firecrackers. For firecracker related incidents, BCPO recorded (3) incidents where in (pwetes) topped the firecracker as the cause of injuries. The victims were (2) minors and one (1) legal age sustained minor injuries. They were treated at CLMRMH and BAMC and were released as out-patients.

Meanwhile, for crime incidents, BCPO had a total of four (4) incidents, were three (3) of which are Reckless Imprudence Resulting to Physical Injuries, one (1) for Robbery.

The peaceful celebration of New Year were attributed to the continuous police visibility, information dissemination on prohibited fire crackers, and crime prevention tips through distributed of flyers and the use of social media. BCPO also gained the cooperation of the public who did their share to achieve a peaceful and orderly celebration by witnessing fireworks display and using hornpipe (torotot).