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June 23, 2021
20 Wanted Persons Arrested during PNP Dinagat’s SACLEO
Dinagat Islands Police Provincial Office—— Dinagat Islands Police Provincial Office arrested 20 wanted persons in its Simultaneous Anti-Criminality Law Enforcement Operation (SACLEO) in a single day on June 20, 2021.
PCOL GERMANO P MALLARI, Provincial Director of DIPPO disclosed that 15 were most wanted persons, five were wanted persons, and 1 person arrested for loose firearms.
Arrested persons were one (1) for the crime of Two (2) counts of Frustrated Murder; seven (7) for Violation of P.D. 705; four (4) for Violation of PD 1612 “Anti-Fencing Law of 1979”; two (2) for Violation of R.A. 7610; three (3) for the crime of Physical Injuries; one (1) for Violation PD 1602 “Illegal Gambling; one (1) for Violation of R.A. 9262 “Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act of 2004”; and one (1) for violation of RPC Art. 266-A for the crime of Rape.
PCOL MALLARI said, “This is the result of the Dinagat Islands PNP’s step up campaign against most wanted persons to give justice to the victims and to put the said violators behind bars”.
May 18, 2021
Dinagat Islands PNP’s One-day Simultaneous Anti- Criminality Law Enforcement Operations (SACLEO) yields 15 individuals
Dinagat Islands Police Provincial Office—— Dinagat Islands Police Provincial Office arrested 15 wanted persons in its Simultaneous Anti-Criminality Law Enforcement Operation (SACLEO) in a single day on May 14, 2021.
PCOL GERMANO P MALLARI, Provincial Director of DIPPO disclosed that out of the 15 wanted persons, 13 of which were most wanted persons.
Said individuals were arrested for violation of PD 1612 “Anti-Fencing Law of 1979”; violation of RA 7610 “Special Protection of Children Against Child Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act”; violation of Article 266 of the Revised Penal Code, “Slight Physical Injuries and Maltreatment”; violation of Article 282 of the Revised Penal Code, “Grave Threat”; Qualified Theft; violation of Article 365 of the Revised Penal Code, “Reckless Imprudence resulting in Physical Injury” ; Robbery; PD 705 “Revised Forestry Code of the Philippines”; Violation of Article 336 of the Revised Penal Code, “Acts of Lasciviousness”; violation of RA 10591 “Illegal Possesion of Firearms and Ammunition”; and violation of Section 86 of RA 8550.
PCOL MALLARI said, “This is the result of the Dinagat Islands PNP’s step up campaign against most wanted persons to give justice to the victims and to put the said violators behind bars”.
April 30, 2021
PNP Dinagat Islands nab 27 individuals for Illegal Fishing in 10 days
DINAGAT ISLANDS POLICE PROVINCIAL OFFICE———– Dinagat Islands Police Provincial Office 10 days Anti-Illegal Fishing Operations resulted in the arrest of 27 individuals in the province from April 20-30, 2021.
PCOL GERMANO P MALLARI, Acting Provincial Director of DIPPO said that 27 individuals were caught in-the-act engaging in Illegal fishing activities.
Police Operatives in Basilisa arrested two persons for violation of Municipal Ordinance No. 04, Series of 2002. Meanwhile, in Cagdianao, police arrested four individuals for violation of Municipal Ordinance No. 17-104. Also, in Dinagat, police nabbed five persons for violation of section 87 of Dinagat Municipal Ordinance No. 63 series of 2009 otherwise known as “Unauthorized Fishing or Engaging In Other Unauthorized Fisheries Activities”
While Libjo PNP arrested 10 suspects for violation of Municipal Ordinance No. 025-2020. Further, police operatives in Loreto arrested one suspect for violation of Municipal Ordinance No. 04-133, “An Act establishing a Marine Fish Sanctuary of the municipality of Loreto located in Brgy. San Juan, Loreto, Dinagat Islands”. However, PNP San Jose arrested two persons for violation of Municipal Ordinance No. 133 Series of 2008 and Tubajon cops nabbed one person for violation of Municipal Ordinance No. 006-2019, “Fishery Refuge and Sanctuaries”.
Police operatives confiscated fishing boats, fish nets, compressor, improvise spear gun, improvised breathing apparatus, different species of fish (worth Php. 8, 120.00) and other paraphernalia used in the illegal activity.
“Dinagat Islands PNP will continue its anti-illegal fishing operations to help protect and preserve the environment, marine life, and other aquatic resources for the future of Dinagatnons,” PCOL MALLARI emphasized.