The National Capital Region Police Chief PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS lauded the successful buy-bust operation by the operatives of Eastern Police District, Marikina City Police Station which led to the seizure of 215 grams of shabu with a standard DDB value amounting to Php1,462,000.00.
According to the initial report, the operation stemmed from an intelligence information developed through tactical interrogation conducted against one suspect who was arrested in a buy-bust operation on October 28, 2020 along Golden Valley, Brgy Malanday Marikina City.
The operatives managed to ellicit information regarding his pending illegal drug transaction in Makati City with one alias Mac Mac on October 29,2020 at about 10:40 at Barangay Rizal Makati City.
Consequently, a buy-bust operation was plotted against the suspects on October 29, 2020 at about 10:40 AM at Brgy Rizal, Makati City. Upon their apprehension, they were identified to be the following persons thus:
1) Mc Gregor Tibayan y Villoderes @Mac, 33 y/o and residing in East Rembo, Makati City
2) Edgar Evangelista y Sison @Egay, 34 y/o and residing in Brgy Rizal, Makati City
3) Allan Sagario y Ellorda @Allan, 40 y/o and residing in Brgy Maysapang Ososan, Taguig City
4) Dario Hallera y Lumagbas @Ding, 38 y/o and residing in Brgy Rizal, Makati City
Recovered from their possession were the following pieces of evidence to wit:
a) Two (2) pieces of small heat sealed transparent plastic sachet containing white crystalline substance suspected as dangerous drugs;
b) Two (2) pieces of medium heat sealed transparent plastic sachet containing white crystalline substance suspected as dangerous drugs;
c) Two (2) pieces knot tied transparent plastic ice bag containing white crystalline substance suspected as shabu;
d) Two (2) pieces coin purse color black and brown;
e) Two (2) pieces of small cartoon box;
f) One (1) unit cellphone (Realme);
g) Two (2) pieces Five Hundred peso bill with serial nos. AL589003 and EP151373 recovered money; and
h) Two (2) pieces One Thousand peso bill with serial nos. NK989657 and NK989660 and Fourteen (14) pieces One Thousand bill (Boodle Money) used as buy bust money (recovered)
The seized items has a total estimated weight of around 215 grams worth more or less 1, 462,000.00 pesos. It was duly inventoried in the place of apprehension before the accused and mandatory witnesses: Brgy Kagawad Virgilio C Gundran of Brgy Rizal of Makati City and Ms Margie Bautista of ‘REMATE’ who served as the media representative.
The accused were taken under police custody for filing of charges for violation of RA 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 while the seized suspected illegal drugs were turned-over to EPD Crime Laboratory for confirmatory chemical analysis.
“I commend the successful buy-bust operation conducted by the operatives of the Station Drug Enforcement Unit of Marikina City Police Station, Eastern Police District, which resulted in the arrest of several big time drug personalities and sezure of Php1,462,000.00 worth of suspected illegal drugs. May this serve as a message to those who are involved in illegal drug activities that NCRPO will not cease in invigorating its anti-illegal drugs campaign despite the complexities brought by the current health crisis,” said PMGEN SINAS.
The Chief of the National Capital Region Police Office, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS knows the importance of financial stability as the lifeline of any organization, thus, through the Regional Comptrollership Division, finances in NCRPO is managed smartly and organizely.
The RCD maximizes all its means to ensure that financial matters and issues are being handled properly particularly the Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) of each unit in NCRPO.
To properly use the Monthly Allocations of every police district, RCD-NCRPO thru the Regional Finance Office 16 (RFSO16) conducted several seminars and workshops for Calendar Year 2020 such as Financial Management and MOOE Allocation Workshops and Information Drive for the Finance Officers. During the workshops, financial transparency is being emphasized as well as the proper disbursements of it.
From the original 50 Landbank of the Phils (LBP) accounts composing the 5 Districts and its Police Stations, an additional 235 were opened. The new scheme effected on September 2020, wherein the MOOE are now directly credited to the Police Community Precincts and Sub-Stations. Likewise, weekly inspection and audit are being conducted NCRPO-wide.
“We mentor, train and equip our personnel in order to assure transparent, organized and proper utilization of funds. And with the new scheme, I am more than happy to see the realization of programs and projects of districts and stations to better serve our community,” said PMGEN SINAS.
Conforming to the conduct of Metro-wide Simultaneous Enhanced Managing Police Operations, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS, Regional Director, National Capital Region Police Office commends the Station Drug Enforcement Unit of Parañaque City Police Station, Southern Police District for the seizure of more than 1.1M worth of suspected shabu and apprehension of three suspects in a drug sting in Parañaque City.
Investigation disclosed that the operation stemmed from a report provided by a confidential informant. After confirmation of the report and monitoring of the whereabouts and illegal activities of the suspects, a buy-bust operation was plotted in coordination with PDEA agents. An undercover operative posed as poseur buyer and at a pre-arranged signal, the suspects were arrested.
Arrested suspects were identified as; Dima Sayaat y Minalang also known as “Penda”, 28 years old, construction worker; Sabrin Polindao y Maulana, 32 years old and Richard Buenvenida y Bien, 39 years old, businessman. All suspects are residents of Barangay San Dionisio, Parañaque City.
Seized evidence under the possession and control of the suspects were eleven (11) pieces of heat sealed transparent sachets with crystalline substance suspected to be shabu. Suspected illegal drugs has an aggregate estimated weight of more or less 170 grams with DDB value amounting to PHP 1,156,000.
Suspects are currently detained at the Parañaque City Custodial Facility while the confiscated illegal drugs were turned over to SPD Crime Laboratory for chemical analysis pending the filing of charges in violation of Section 5 & 11 of RA 9165 (Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002) against the suspects.
“I commend the operatives of Station Drug Enforcement Unit of Parañaque City Police Station for their commitment and relentless effort in the anti-illegal drugs operation in the region,” PMGEN SINAS stated.
National Capital Region Police Office under the helm of Regional Director PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS commends the personnel of Station Drug Enforcement Unit of PS – 10 Kamuning and PS – 11 Galas, Quezon City Police District in coordination with PDEA NCR for a successful buy-bust operation which resulted in the apprehension of three (3) male drug personalities at a supermarket parking lot located along E Rodriguez Sr. Ave near corner G. Araneta Ave., Brgy. Doña Emelda, Quezon City at around 6:45 PM of October 28, 2020.
The operation stemmed after a regular confidential informant appeared personally in Kamuning Police Station and reported about the illegal drug activities of a certain “RIC” particularly selling shabu within the area of Brgy. Dona Imelda, Quezon City. Immediate coordination with PDEA NCR was done in order to determine the veracity of the report. Likewise, upon validation, the operatives found out that “RIC” is under drugs watch list which prompted the operatives to arrange a buy-bust operation.
Subsequently, on the same date the SDEU operatives were dispatched to the location of the suspect. One of the operatives acted as a poseur buyer and was able to meet “RIC” along with his two (2) other cohorts. “RIC” handed one (1) color brown envelope with one (1) piece of large size transparent plastic zip lock containing undetermined amount of white crystalline substance in exchange of PHP 30,000.00.
After the transaction was established, the operatives pushed-through with the pre-arranged buy-bust operation which resulted in the arrest of “RIC” along with his other two (2) cohorts.
Initial investigation disclosed that the arrested suspects were identified as:
a) JENRIC DE LEON y ROXAS, 26 years old, single, native of Pasig and residing in Brgy. Hagdan Bato Itaas, Mandaluyong City.
b) JAY CARY CAGAMPANG y NAVIDA, 36 years old, single, Driver, native of Manila and resident of Brgy. Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City.
c) PAULO MULLEDA y Alojado, 29 years old, single, jobless native of Manila and residing in Batanes Felipa St., Quezon City.
Seized from suspects’ possession are the following pieces of evidence:
a) One (1) piece of large size ziplock transparent plastic sachet containing undetermined amount of suspected shabu;
b) Buy-bust money amounting to Php120,000.00 (One (1) piece genuine One Thousand Peso Bill incorporated with One hundred Twenty Nine (129) pieces of One Thousand Peso bill as boodle money;
c) One (1) piece of medium size brown paper bag;
d) Four (4) pieces of cellphone; and
e) One (1) Toyota Grandia color black bearing plate number UDQ-531.
The items were duly marked and inventoried in the presence of Brgy. Kagawad Wilfred Lee of Brgy. Dona Imelda, Quezon City and Media Representative Alex Mendoza of QCPD Press Corps.
The confiscated illegal drugs has an aggregate estimated weight of more or less 100 grams with DDB value amounting to PHP 680,000.00. It was turned-over to QCPD Crime Lab for chemical analysis.
Meanwhile, the arrested suspects are under the custody of PS – 10 Kamuning for proper disposition and pending the filing of appropriate charges to the court for violation of Sec. 5 Article II of RA 9165 or “Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.”
“I want to congratulate QCPD operatives for another successful buy-bust operation and I also want to extend my gratitude to the public who constantly supports our police operations,” PMGEN SINAS stated.
The Chief of NCRPO, PMGEN DEBOLD M SIINAS attended the Ceremonial Turn-over of Capability Equipment graced by Mayor Marlen-Abigail S Binay on October 27,2020 at Makati City Police Station Headquarters Parking Area, Ayala Avenue Extension corner Yakal St., San Antonio, Makati City.
The said donation is part of Makati Police Force’s Modernization Program which aims to strengthen its capability to maintain peace and order in the city, considering its reputation as the country’s top financial hub.
The turnover of firearms, mobile assets and protective gears will increase the logistical equipment of the men and women of Makati City necessary to further serve the citizens of Makati City.
Among the equipment given are:
Police Firepower and Protective Equipment:
a. One hundred (100) units Assault Riffle Tavor X95 Caliber 5.56mm
b. One hundred (100) units Assault Riffle Galil ACE 21N 5.56mm
c. Three (3) units Sniper Riffle Galil Semi-Automatic 7.62mm
d. Seventy (70) units Meprolight Riffle Scope
e. Forty Five (45) pcs KCI Tactical Gas Mask
f. Thirty- Five (35) units Meprolight Night Vision Scope
g. Three hundred (300) pcs spare Magazine for Caliber 5.56mm
h. Two (2) units Dillion Precision Reloading Machines
i. Ten (10) Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus
a. Two (2) units Toyota Hi-Lux FB Type
b. Twenty (20) units YAMAHA NMAX
Relatively, the Makati City Police personnel also received protective gears on September 2020 from the Local government which includes 3,390 pairs of combat shoes, 3,571 pairs of patrol shoes, 1,488 holster with rig, 691 sets of athletic uniforms, 2,142 handcuffs, 1,339 belts, and 1,116 PNP ball caps.
During the ceremony, Makati Mayor Hon. Marlen-Abigail S Binay assured that she will continuously support the world class policing of Makati cops. “Aside from capability enhancement through equipment, we would also like to invest on the training of our police officers. We will invest on our police to get the best service for Makatizens”, she said.
Meanwhile, PMGEN SINAS said,”these equipment will definitely enhance our capability to perform our duties with zeal of excellence. Our warmest thanks to Makati City for trusting and supporting us in our endeavours. You can be assured that all of these equipment will be maximized to aid in accomplishing our mission to serve and protect the people of Makati.”
The National Capital Region Police Office, Chief, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS lauds the operatives of Northern Police District for the successful apprehension of NPD’s Top 7 Most Wanted Person in Brgy. Bago Bantay, Quezon City at around 2:40 PM of October 27, 2020.
The arrest was plotted through the conduct of Intelligence driven operation, validation, and research. After proper coordination, the operatives successfully served the warrant of arrest to the said accused.
Initial report showed that the arrested accused was identified as John Paul Bayobo y Patria aka Loy Yobo, 33 years old, and a resident of Brgy. Bago Bantay Quezon City.
The above-mentioned accused has a pending warrant of arrest for the case of The New Anti-Carnapping Law of 2016 “R.A. 10883” issued by Presiding Judge Josie N. Rodil Malabon City RTC Branch 293 dated August 8, 2019.
The accused was apprised of his constitutional rights and presently under the custody of Northern Police District for documentation prior to the Return of Warrant to the Court of origin.
“I commend the operatives of Northern Police District for capturing the Top 7 Most Wanted Person, your efforts are truly noteworthy, contributing much to the safety and security of our region,” said PMGEN SINAS.
As the National Capital Region Police Office strengthens police presence within the streets of Metro Manila, a noticeable decrease in criminality was recorded by the Tactical Motorcycle Riding Unit from October 20-26, 2020.
TMRU are deployed strategically at crime prone areas to aggressively sustain police operations; arrest motorcycle-riding criminals and implement heightened security measures.
As a result thereof, the 8 Focused crimes were decreased with a total of 37 incidents or 24.84%, from 157 to 118 from the period wherein the TMRU were intensified compared as before.
Similarly, on comparative statistics on Motorcycle Riding Suspect (MRS) incidents, a total of 25% decrease was also recorded from October 20-26, 2020 compared to October 13-19, 2020.
“The 24/7 reinvigorated deployment of 865 TMRU personnel significantly showed impact in the crime prevention and anti-criminality of our region. The strategized police intervention being conducted in Metropolis will continue to effectively maintain the peace and order in the Metro,” said PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS.
National Capital Region Police Office Chief, PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS lauds the close coordination of the Kamuning Police Station (PS-10), Quezon City Police District, and Antipolo City Police Station together with PDEA-NCR and Regional Special Operating Unit-Region 4-A which resulted in the apprehension of two (2) male watch listed drug personalities on October 27, 2020 at about 7:00PM in Brgy. San Isidro, Antipolo City, Rizal.
Joint buy-bust operation resulted in the arrest of two (2) male drug
personalities for Violation of Section 5, under Art. II of RA 9165 during the conduct of Metro-wide SEMPO.
Investigation disclosed that the operation stemmed from an information provided by a confidential informant. After confirmation of the report and monitoring the whereabouts and illegal activities of the suspects, police operatives plotted a buy-bust operation, and on the above-mentioned date and time, the suspects were arrested. Prior to the said arrest, drug transaction was originally at a mall in Marikina City but suspects changed the venue to Antipolo City.
Apprehended suspects were identified as: Marc Joshua Vidanes, 24 years old and presently residing at Brgy., San Jose, Antipolo City, and Jhunefel Albay y Mendoza, also known as “Butch”, 22 years old, and resident of San Jose, Antipolo City, Rizal.
Recovered pieces of evidence from the possession and control of the suspects are the following:
1. One (1) piece of color black eco bag containing white plastic sando bag containing undetermined amount of suspected dried marijuana leaves;
2. Buy-bust money one (1) piece of genuine one thousand peso bill incorporated with thirty two (32) pieces of one thousand peso bill boodle money, amounting to Php. 33,000.00, and;
3. One (1) unit of Android cellphone.
Recovered suspected dried marijuana leaves has an estimated weight of more or less 1.5 kilograms with Dangerous Drugs Board value of PHP 180,000.00. While suspects will be presented before the Rizal Prosecutors Office for inquest proceedings for violation of Sec. 5 (Sale of Dangerous Drugs) and Sec. 26 (Conspiracy) Art II of RA 9165 (Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002).
During and after the arrest, suspects were informed of the nature of their offense and were also apprised of their Constitutional Rights. The markings and inventory of the recovered pieces of evidence during buy-bust operation was witnessed by Bgy. Kag. John Robin G Say of Bgy. San Isidro, Antipolo City and Mr. Alex Mendoza of Remate, Media Representative QCPD Press Corps.
“I commend the concerted efforts of our men and counterparts from other regions in tracking down these watch listed drug personalities. Rest assured that Team NCRPO will not rest on our laurels but strengthen our war on drugs to keep the Metro safe,” PMGEN SINAS stated.
PMGEN DEBOLD M SINAS, Chief, NCRPO applauds the personnel of Northern Police District for successfully serving the warrant of arrest to NPD’s No. 1 Top Most Wanted Person for the crime of murder in Katarungan Village, Muntinlupa City at about 10:40 PM of October 27, 2020.
Report disclosed that the arrested suspect was identified as Aries Gaton y Tagle, 39 years old and a resident of Brgy.176 Bagong Silang, Caloocan City.
The arrest ensued after the conduct of Intelligence driven operation and research. After proper coordination and validation, the operatives were able to locate the whereabouts of the suspect and served the warrant of arrest.
The above-mentioned suspect has a pending warrant of arrest for the Crime of Murder, Article 248 of the Revised Penal Code docketed under CC No. 83617 issued by Hon. Eleanor R Kwong, RTC Branch 128, Caloocan City dated December 30, 2010. With no bail recommended.
The arrested suspect was apprised of his constitutional rights and temporarily detained at District Investigation and Detection Management (DIDM) Custodial Facility in Caloocan City for documentation prior to the Return of Warrant to the Court of origin.
“I would like to congratulate Team NCRPO for another job well done. The successful apprehension of NPD’s No. 1 Top Most Wanted Person is a positive indication that our operatives are tirelessly working hard in fulfilling our duty to maintain peace and order in the Metro,” PMGEN SINAS stated.