PROCOR COPS yield four suspects in one-day police operations in Benguet

CAMP MAJOR BADO DANGWA, La Trinidad Benguet- (April 13, 2021) – PROCOR cops arrested four (4) individuals by virtue of search warrants conducted in separate operations on April 8, 2021.

The Regional Director, PBGEN RONALD O LEE identified the suspects, Russell Osay Angel, 34; Ronald Mariano Osay,47; Rod Marc Galang Rodas, 32; and Santiago Bugging Ablao, 37.

According to the Benguet Provincial Director, PCOL REYNALDO PASIWEN, the successful arrests of the suspects are attributed to the intensified campaign in the implementation of Search warrants in the province.

In La Trinidad, a separate operation resulted in the arrest of Ronald Mariano Osay and Russel Osay Angel in barangay Ambiong for the violation of RA 10591 or the “Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act”.

Found and confiscated in the house of Ronald Osay were one (1) cal .22 revolver without Serial number and assorted ammunitions that resulted to his arrest.

Meamwhile, the operation of the Regional Intelligence Division (RID) of PROCOR resulted in the arrest of Russel Angel when the operatives recovered one (1) Cal .38 revolver without Serial No. with markings ARMSCOR 202, and a 38 SPECIAL CTG loaded with three (3) live ammos during the search in his house.

On the other hand, Rod Marc Galang Rodas of Upper Tadiangan, Tuba was arrested for the same violation, RA 10591, after the operatives found and confiscated one (1) cal. 22 (5.5mm) with unclear serial number.

Meanwhile, arrested for the violation of RA 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, suspect, Santiago Ablao, Jr., a.k.a Batsalan

Seized during the search in his house were eight (8) pieces small heat-sealed transparent plastic sachets of suspected shabu and one (1) medium size empty plastic sachet containing suspected shabu residue with estimated 0.6 grams and a standard drug price of Php 4,080.00.

While the three (3) suspects are facing charges for RA 10591, the other suspect will be charged for violating RA 9165.

All four (4) suspects along with the confiscated items were brought to the respective operating units for proper disposition. (PROCOR RPIO)