COURTESY CALL OF MUSLIM CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL TO RD, NCRPO

The National Capital Region Police Office welcomed the Muslim Consultative Council who paid a Courtesy Call to PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS at the NCRPO Conference Room, Camp Bagong Diwa, Bicutan, Taguig City on September 28, 2020.

The Courtesy Call conducted coincided with a dialogue which aims to unite the NCRPO and Muslim communities as one force condemning acts of violence towards the promotion of peace and unity in the communities.

During the call, NCRPO and MCC were able to discuss issues concerning peace and order and other matters of mutual concern. Thereafter, MCC pledged to be an active partner of the PNP in its pro-active efforts against criminality, illegal drugs, terrorism, and other illegal activities in their community.

The activity was attended by members of MCC headed by Jadjurie H. Arasa, as the Chairman, Aleem Naguib Taher, Vice Chairman, MCC, Mr. Bensaudie T. Lumenda, Chairman of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) and Junior Officer for Peace and Development, Inc. (MJOPDI), and other officers and members of the said organization.

On the other hand, PBGEN EMMANUEL B PERALTA, District Director of Southern Police District, PCOL ROMMEL A CABAGNOT, Acting Chief Regional Staff and other NCRPO Key Officers were also present during the courtesy call.

“We urge our brothers and sisters to continuously cooperate with the PNP to escalate esprit de corps and good rapport between both parties. We shall work hand in hand in maintaining peace and order in Metropolis,” said PMGEN SINAS.

250G OF SUSPECTED DRIED MARIJUANA AND 680K WORTH OF SHABU RECOVERED IN A BUY-BUST OPS IN MANILA, ONE MALE DRUG PERSONALITY NAILED

PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS, Chief, NCRPO lauds PS – 10 Kamuning Police Station, Quezon City Police District in coordination with Manila Police District and PDEA NCR for a successful buy-bust operation which resulted in the apprehension of one (1) male drug personality along Rodriguez St., Corner H Lopez Blvd, Bgy. 130, Manila City at around 7:30 AM of September 29, 2020.

Prior to the said arrest of the suspect, at around 9:30 AM of September 28, 2020, a regular confidential informant appeared personally at the station and reported about the illegal drug activities of a certain Richard, who was selling marijuana in the area of Quezon City and Manila City.

Investigation disclosed that after verification of the report and coordination with the agents of the PDEA, a buy-bust operation was plotted. One of the police operatives acted as poseur buyer and was able to transact with a certain Richard for a purchase of one (1) stalk of suspected dried marijuana leaves wrapped with transparent plastic which was placed in a plastic bag. The item was worth PHP15, 000.00. After the transaction, the operative signalled for the arrest of Richard but the suspect tried to flee which later on resulted in a chase. Nevertheless, the arresting operatives were able to apprehend the evading suspect.

Arrested suspect was identified as Wendell Tamon y Dela Cruz also known as Richard, 19 years old, single, jobless, native of Manila and presently residing at # 2300, Malaya St., Brgy. 124, Manila City. Investigation disclosed that the arrested suspect is under the PDEA watch list.

Seized from suspect’s possession are the following pieces of evidence:

a) One (1) stalk of suspected dried marijuana leaves;

b) One (1) piece of medium size zip lock transparent plastic sachet containing undetermined amount of white crystalline substance suspected to be shabu;

c) One piece of genuine one thousand peso bill incorporated with Fourteen (14) pieces of One thousand peso bill boodle money, amounting to Pho 15,000.00;

d) One (1) unit of Android cellphone; and

e) One (1) piece of plastic bag.

The items were duly marked and inventoried in the presence of Bgy. Kagawad Concha Ababao of Bgy. 130, Manila City, Media Representatives Mr. Alex Mendoza of Remate and QCPD Press Corps.

The recovered suspected dried marijuana leaves has an aggregate estimated weight of more or less 250 grams with Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) Value amounting to PHP 30,000.00 and the recovered methamphetamine hydrochloride locally known as shabu weigh more or less 100 grams with DDB Value of PHP 680,000.00.

The arrested suspect and recovered pieces of evidence was brought to PS – 10 Kamuning Police Station for proper disposition pending the filing of appropriate charges to the court for violation of Sec. 5 and Sec. 11 Article II of R.A. 9165 or otherwise known as “Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.”

“PS – 10 Kamuning, QCPD together with the other Police Districts never fail to apprehend drug peddlers through intensified intelligence gathering and buy-bust operations. Their effective team work and dedication is what makes them invincible against these law offenders. I am also grateful to the public who continuously provide relevant information for our successful police operations,” PMGEN SINAS said.

TAGUIG POLICE BUSTED SHABU WORTH 945K

The Chief of the National Capital Region Police Office lauds the anti-illegal drug operation of Taguig City Police Station, Southern Police District resulting in the arrest of a female drug suspect at about 11:00AM of September 28,2020 at No. 7 Road 6 Manggahan Site Brgy. North Daang Hari, Taguig City .

The operation was conducted after a confidential informant reported to the operatives regarding the illegal drug peddling activities of the suspect.

The suspect was identified as Racquel Arales y Villarreal a.k.a. Raquel ,38 yrs old,female, single, housekeeper and presently residing at No 07 Road 6 Manggahan Site Brgy. North Daang Hari, Taguig City (Arrested)

Initial investigation disclosed that operatives of Taguig City Police Station Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU) conducted an anti-illegal drug operation wherein a police officer acted as a poseur buyer. Upon consummation of the transaction, poseur buyer signaled to the other police officers thereat, thus, the immediate arrest of Arales.

Recovered from her possession are the following pieces of evidence:

a) Nine (9) pcs of heat sealed transparent plastic sachet containing white crystalline substance suspected to be shabu;

b) One (1) unit Cellular phone Oppo brand;

c) One(1) coin purse; and

d ) two (2) pcs one hundred peso bill (powder dusted money) and three (3) pcs one hundred peso bill utilized as buy-bust money

The confiscated illegal drugs has an aggregate estimated weight of more or less 139 grams with a DDB value amounting to Php 945, 200.00. It will be turned over to the SPD Crime laboratory for confirmatory testing.

Confiscated pieces of evidence were marked and inventoried in the presence of Barangay Kagawad Mario R Butial of Brgy North Daang Hari and a representative from media Mr. Nolan Ariola of Leaders News.

Arrested suspect was detained Taguig City Police Station pending the filing of complaints for violation of Sections 5 (Selling of dangerous drugs) and 11 (Possession of dangerous drugs) under Article II, of R.A. 9165.

“Our intensified campaign against all forms of criminality as well as the illegal drugs in our region continue to gain grounds. Rest assured that NCRPO will not stop to arrest these drugs personalities and their sources,” PMGEN SINAS said.

Marikina Police Nabs Two Illegal Drug Peddlers

In line with the relentless campaign of Team NCRPO against illegal drugs, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS, Regional Director National Capital Region Police Office lauds the Station Drug Enforcement Unit of Marikina City Police Station for the Arrest of two (2) drug peddlers in a buy-bust operation conducted on September 28, 2020 at about 2:30PM at Block 27 Ampalaya St., Brgy Tumana, Marikina City.

The operation was plotted after validation of the information received from confidential informants regarding the involvement of the suspects in illegal drug activities within the area. Consequently, in coordination with the agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), a buy-bust operation ensued. An undercover operative posed as poseur buyer and was able to purchase suspected marijuana contained in a transparent zip lock plastic. Upon completion of the transaction, the operative signalled for the arrest of the suspects.

Arrested suspects were identified as Kim Lauren San Pedro y Buenaventura also known as “Kim”, 23 years old, single, jobless, and Nikko Esdicul y Buenaventura also known as “Niko”, 22 years old, single, student. Both are residents of Block 27 Ampalaya St., Brgy Tumana, Marikina City.

Confiscated pieces of evidence from the suspects were:

a) Eighteen (18) pieces of transparent ziplock plastic containing suspected dried marijuana leaves with fruiting tops;

b) One (1) piece white transparent plastic bag;

c) One (1) piece pink pouch; and

d) One (1) piece One Thousand  peso bill with serial no. NY495934 used as buy bust money (recovered).

The confiscated items were duly marked and inventoried in the presence of mandatory witnesses, Barangay Chairman Ziftted Ancheta of Barangay Tumana, Marikina City and Ms Margie Bautista, a media representative from Remate.

The seized illegal drugs suspected to be marijuana has an aggregate estimated weight of more or less 110 grams with Dangerous Drugs Board value amounting to PHP 13,200.00. It was turned-over to Eastern Police District Crime Laboratory for chemical analysis while the suspects are currently detained at the custodial facility of Marikina City Police Station for investigation and documentation.

Cases of violation of RA 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, Art II Sec. 5 (Selling) and Sec 11 (Possession of Dangerous Drugs) will be filed before the Marikina City Prosecutors Office.

“I commend the dedication and diligent effort of Team NCRPO in going against drug personalities in their areas of responsibility. The unwavering persistence of our police officers in this endeavour is a great factor in the eradication of illegal drug proliferation in the Metro,” PMGEN SINAS stated.

ONE SOCO TEAM PER CITY OPERATING ALL OVER METRO MANILA

As the Chief of the National Capital Region Police Office, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS envisioned to have timely, effective and efficient response and forensic investigation of crime incidents, the concept of “One SOCO Team per City” has been realized in Metro Manila.

RD, NCRPO organized one SOCO Team in each of the cities within NCR under the operational control of the Chief of Police/Station Commanders which will respond to calls for SOCO assistance within their respective areas of responsibility.

Through the completion of a SOCO course, personnel’s abilities in conducting scientific crime scene processes and establishing facts relative to crime incident were developed and enhanced. They were prepared properly in undertaking SOCO duties and responsibilities.

As of the moment, NPD has three (3) Cities that have their own SOCO Teams; EPD has 2 Cities with SOCO Teams; MPD has 2 SOCO Teams for their areas of responsibility; while four (4) Cities in SPD have their own SOCO Teams; and 2 SOCO Teams are currently operational in QCPD.

The SOCO Teams are co-located within the police stations to ensure close coordination and collaboration between and among the forensic evidence collectors and criminal investigators;

PMGEN SINAS  provided each SOCO Team with their SOCO Kits, Casting and Molding Kits, Fingerprint Kits, SOCO Shirts, PPEs & raincoats while offices and vehicles were also given to them.

“Metro Manila is now experiencing the operational readiness of the NCRPO SOCO Teams. Cities having their own Teams will give a response time of 5 to 10 minutes in arriving to the crime scene and be at the forefront in processing and gathering evidence, solving any case from the focus crimes to sensational incidents. Once again, we are encouraging the public to immediately report to the nearest barangay officials and the police hotlines any suspicious person or untoward incident in your community. This is Team NCRPO’s Text Hotlines: 0915-888-8181 (Globe) and 0999-901-8181 (Smart),” said PMGEN SINAS.

SUSPECT FOR ROBBERY, ARRESTED IN QC

The National Capital Region Police Office Chief PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS commended the immediate response of Quezon City Police District Fairview Police Station (PS-5) which led to the arrest of one suspect for robbery in Quezon City.

Initial investigation disclosed that at about 8:10 PM of September 28, 2020, the suspect posed himself as a buyer in Don Benitos Store at Meadows Building along Commonwealth Avenue, Brgy Greater Fairview, Quezon City.

Suddenly, he grabbed the store keeper and poked a bladed weapon unto her neck while declaring hold-up. The victim hence gave in to his demands while the suspect forcibly took several items from the store such as:

1) The daily earning of Don Benitos Store amounting to PHP 3, 575.00 cash;

2) One (1) Cloudphone Cellular phone; and

3) One (1) Samsung Keypad Cellular phone

After the robbery, the suspect immediately ran and boarded a passenger utility bus to escape. The victim hence sought help from a police officer who chased the suspect on board his motorcycle.

After a short chase, the police officer was able to flag down the bus in a Shell gas station. Consequently, the suspect was identified and arrested with the help of another patrol officer in the area.

The suspect was identified as ALDRIN PEMANUEL y RUBICA, 34 years old (DOB: October 29, 1985), male, married, Fish Vendor, High School Graduate, native of Ilocos Sur and presently residing at 453 General Del Pilar Street, Brgy. Bagong Silangan, Quezon City.  Recovered from his possession was one (1) improvised knife which was believed to be the same item used in the robbery and was later brought to PS 5 for proper disposition.

The suspect is now under the custody of Quezon City Police Station 5 pending the filing of charges for the crime of Robbery.

“I commend the immediate response of our police officers in this incident which resulted in the arrest of the suspect. This successful police intervention once again showed the effective tactical deployment plan being implemented by NCRPO targeting crime prone areas based on recent statistical data,” PMGEN SINAS

SOURCE OF ILLEGAL DRUGS BUSTED IN MARIKINA, 2 KLS OF SUSPECTED DRIED MARIJUANA RECOVERED

The National Capital Region Police Office, Chief, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS commended the Station Drug Enforcement Unit (SDEU) Marikina City Police Station, Eastern Police District for a successful buy-bust operation along No. 16 Desemporado St., Saint Mary Subd., Brgy. Nangka, Marikina City at around 5:45 PM of September 28, 2020.

The arrest was the result of a simultaneous follow-up operation of SDEU Marikina City Police Station operatives. On or about 3:20 PM of September 28, 2020 a buy-bust operation was made at Ampalaya St., Brgy. Tumana, Marikina City wherein the operatives were able to arrest two (2) suspects.

Subsequently, on the same date a follow-up operation ensued to locate the source of the illegal drugs confiscated from the first buy-bust.

A poseur buyer with the police operatives set-up a transaction with a certain Andrei. Subject person Andrei sent a picture of his merchandise wherein the operatives managed to see the rolled package containing suspected marijuana. Afterwards, the transaction took place inside Andrei’s house where he has two (2) cohorts helping him repack the merchandise to be sealed and sold in a ziplock form.

After the transaction, the operatives pushed through with the pre-arranged buy-bust operation which resulted in the arrest of Andrei along with his two (2) other cohorts.

Further investigation disclosed that Andrei was under surveillance by the SDEU operatives for a week before the said arrest.

Initial investigation showed that the arrested suspects were identified as:

a.) Andres Segubiense y Secretario a.k.a. Andrei, 19 years old, single, jobless and residing at no. 16 Desamporado St., St Mary Subd., Brgy. Nangka, Marikina City;

b.) Angelo Ugay y Visinica a.k.a. Gelo, 20 years old, single, jobless and residing at no. 12 St Joseph St., Tierra Vista St., St Joseph Brgy Nangka, Marikina City; and

c.) Edgar Alvin Buenaventura y Alfonso a.k.a. Babin, 20 years old, single, jobless and residing at Apo St., Marikina Village, Brgy Nangka, Marikina City.

Seized from the suspects are the following pieces of evidence:

a) Seven (7) pieces of transparent ziplock containing suspected dried marijuana leaves with fruiting tops;

b) Six (5) pieces brown bag containing suspected dried marijuana leaves with fruiting tops;

c) Two (2) pieces rolled package containing suspected dried marijuana leaves with fruiting tops;

d) One (1) pack transparent ziplock;

e) One (1) piece digital weighing scale;

f) One (1) piece blue pale (biscuit container); and

g) One (1) piece One Thousand  peso bill with serial no. LG553807.

The items were duly marked and inventoried in the presence of Brgy. Kagawad Redentor C Masangkay of Brgy Nangka, Marikina City and Media Representative Ms. Margie Bautista of REMATE.

The confiscated illegal drugs has an estimated aggregate weight of more or less 2 kilograms with DDB value amounting PHP 240, 000.00. It was turned-over to EPD Crime Laboratory for chemical analysis.

Meanwhile, the arrested suspects are now detained at Marikina City Police Station Custodial Facility for proper disposition pending the filing of appropriate charges to the court for violation of Sec. 5 and Sec. 11 Article II of R.A. 9165 or otherwise known as “Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.”

“I commend SDEU of Marikina City Police Station for another successful buy-bust operation. The arrest of the source of the illegal drugs will have a great impact in lessening illegal drug activities in the area and sooner or later we will be able to eliminate illegal drug activities in the Metro,” PMGEN SINAS stated.

CLASH OF RANKS SHOOTFEST, LAUNCHED IN NCRPO

The National Capital Region Police Office Chief, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS spearheaded the conduct of NCRPO Clash of the Ranks Shootfest from September 19-20 and 26-27, 2020 at NCRPO Firing Range, Camp Bagong Diwa, Bicutan, Taguig City.

The shootfest is geared to simultaneously conduct PNP Standard Handgun Marksmanship Training among NCRPO personnel in line with the 9-point agenda of the current Chief PNP, PGEN CAMILO PANCRATIUS P CASCOLAN embodied in the PNP Sustainable Development Plan.

This training aims to develop, boost and sustain the level of confidence and proficiency of police officers in the use of their issued short firearms.

The event was participated by personnel from the Regional Headquarters, Regional Mobile Force, Regional Support Units and all police districts of NCRPO.

At the end of the shootfest, participants are expected to receive badges representing their shooting capabilities such as Marksman, Sharp Shooter and Expert. Moreover, awards such as best shooter per rank, best team per rank, worst shooter per rank, worst team per rank and perpetual trophy for best unit will also be given to deserving participants.

From September 19-20, 2020, 237 participants already received their classification badges wherein 43 were marksman, 20 were sharp shooters and 4 were experts shooters.

During the 2nd part of the shootfest held on September 26 to 27, 2020, a total of 513 personnel participated wherein 122 were classified as Marksmen, 34 were tagged as sharp shooters, 7 were identified as experts and 1 was found to be master in handling short firearms. The rest of the other participants failed to classify in any of the aforementioned category.

“I am elated that all NCRPO personnel are participating in this endeavor to ensure that we are proficient in the use of our issued weapons. As law enforcers, we should always be prepared for the dynamic and life-threatening situations we may face everyday in the streets,” said PMGEN SINAS.

DIALOGUE AND SIGNING OF PEACE COVENANT WITH MUSLIM BROTHERS AND SISTERS CONTINUES

The National Capital Region Police Office, Chief, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS applauds Manila Police District and Northern Police District for the successful conduct of Dialogue and Signing of Peace Covenant with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters that aims to strengthen the relationship between our police personnel and the Muslim community.

Initially, NCRPO Regional Director PMGEN SINAS started the first Dialogue and Signing of Peace Covenant with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters at the Blue Masjid, Mindanao Avenue, Maharlika Village, Taguig City on August 28, 2020 at around 1:30 PM.

Following the initial dialogue, on September 24, 2020 at around 2:00 PM, Northern Police District conducted the Dialogue and Signing of Peace Covenant with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters in Northern Metro. It was held at the Cinema 4 SM City Valenzuela, Mc Arthur Highway, Karuhatan, Valenzuela City.

The occasion was graced by PBGEN Ronaldo Genaro E Ylagan, District Director, of Northern Police District and was participated by the Chiefs of Police and Chief, Community Affairs Section of CAMANAVA City Police Stations and twenty six (26) Imam/Leaders and Salaam civilian volunteers, Barangay Officials, Barangay Peacekeeping Action Team and other members of Non-Government Organizations.

The Dialogue and Peace Covenant aims to educate the public on the factual intent of the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020, to provide support for the information dissemination and to counter the negative issues that may be thrown against the PNP associated with this act.

Subsequently, on September 25, 2020 about 3:00PM at the Covered Gym of Nazarene Catholic School at 1053 R. Hidalgo St., Quiapo, Manila Police District conducted similar activity.

The occasion was headed by Manila Police District, District Director PBGEN Rolando F Miranda represented by PCOL Nicolas S Salvador, District Deputy Director for Operations, MPD and participated by all the Station Commanders of MPD, the District Community Affairs Development Division personnel and Sultan Omar Paumbaya the Administrator for Manila Golden Mosque along with eighty one (81) other Muslim Brothers, Sisters.

Moreover, as a proof to this agreement, both NPD and MPD personnel along with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters recited their Pledge of Commitment and affixed their name and signature in the Peace Covenant.

“This Peace Covenant will surely bring a harmonious relationship with our Muslim Brothers and Sisters in terms of coexisting in one community. Having shared responsibility to maintain peace and order and avoiding any form of crimes that may compromise each other. This also manifests that regardless of our differences we can unite as one for the betterment of the community we are living in,” PMGEN SINAS stated.

NCRPO GAVE TRIBUTE TO RETIRING PNP PERSONNEL AND CANINE DOGS

PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS graced the Salamat Kapatid Program of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) held on September 25, 2020 at Hinirang Multi-Purpose Hall, Camp Bagong Diwa, Bicutan, Taguig City.

The “Salamat Kapatid Program” was conducted to honor the six (6) PNP uniformed personnel and (1) one Non-Uniformed Personnel who selflessly dedicated themselves in performing their mandated task. The Chief of NCRPO led the awarding of medals, plaques and mementos to the retiring PNP personnel.

Additionally, the ceremony included six (6) canine retirees whose contributions and impact to policing were also recognized.

During the speech of PMGEN SINAS, he congratulated the retirees for surpassing the adversities brought about by their chosen career. The the blood, sweat, tears, time and effort that they have given in their years as law enforcers of this nation is priceless and incomparable.

He also emphasized that the retirees will serve as an inspiration to all police officers still in service to work efficiently and effectively to achieve what they have achieved.

At the end of the event, he encouraged the retirees to continue supporting the programs of the PNP regardless of their retirement.