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PROCOR, CAMP BADO DANGWA: Police Regional Office Cordillera (PRO-COR) strenuously conducted police operations over the past few days and arrested two individuals. 

Police arrested a suspect identified as Rolly Macalling Samoy “aka” Along in his residence at Sitio Mabaclao, Bantay, Paracelis in the night of March 8, 2017 for shooting two individuals in Sitio Mabaclao, Bantay, Paracelis.

Prior to his arrest, the suspect shot Lester Bumangit Ayagan, 31, farmer, resident of Mabaclao, Bantay, Paracelis hitting his head and right leg and also shot Mark Nachorpig Longid who was buying in the store but unfortunately missed. The victim was brought by their neighbors at the Paracelis District Hospital for medication but later referred to Tabuk Provincial Hospital for further observation.

CAMP BADO DANGWA, La Trinidad, Benguet – Police personnel involved in the neutralization of the Top Most Wanted Person in Kalinga undergo Psychological Stress Debriefing and Post Stress Traumatic Disorder (PSTD) Assessment a week after the operation.  

Thirty-one personnel of the Provincial Public Safety Company (PPSC) who participated as back-up/perimeter security during the tragic police operation in Kalinga which claimed the lives of 4 personnel and wounded the other 3 undergo the Debriefing and Assessment conducted by PSINSP Nick R. Balunos, Chief, Psychology on March 1 and 2, 2017 at Kalinga. 

Psychological Stress Debriefing and Post Stress Trauma Disorder (PSTD) Assessment was provided to the said personnel to reduce the occurrence of post-traumatic stress disorder. They have undergone the seven steps of the Peer Debriefing Process for Critical Incidents.

The National Police Commission (NAPOLCOM) approved the creation of its Public Assistance Unit (PAU) under the Inspection, Monitoring and Investigation Service (IMIS) to expedite response to any call for immediate assistance for or against members of the Philippine National Police (PNP).

This was announced by NAPOLCOM Vice-Chairman and Executive Officer Atty. Rogelio T. Casurao as the Commission issued Special Order No. 2017-001 to fully operationalize the said Unit. The PAU, which has been operational since February 3, 2017, renders duty on a 24-hour basis, seven days a week.

Seven suspects of Illegal drugs and illegal firearms holders were successively nabbed before this month ends. 

Police implemented search warrant that resulted in the arrest of two suspects on January 24, 2017.Police arrested Edwin Castañeda Modero, 49, butcher, native of San Carlos, Pangasinan, in his residence at Purok 7, Honeymoon, Baguio City. Judge Emmanuel Cacho Rasing, Executive Judge, RTC, Baguio City issued the search warrant that led to the confiscation of 11 transparent plastic sachets containing suspected shabu worth Php30,700.00, and black small cartoon box containing several drug paraphernalia. 

In another arrest, police nabbed Jenefrey Bayangan Ambrocio, 28, in his resident at Sitio Pega, Brgy. Poblacion, Luba, Abra. Judge Raphiel F Alzate, Presiding Judge, RTC Branch 58, Bucay, Abra issued the search warrant that resulted in the seizure of Four (4) Long Homemade Shotgun; One (1) Cal. 22 rifle without Serial Number; One (1) Homemade pistolized Caliber 5.56; 15 rounds of ammunition for GA 12 shotgun; 129 rounds of ammunition for Cal. 22; 15 rounds of ammunition for Cal. 5.56; and 10 empty shell for Cal. 45.  

On the other hand, two individuals were separately arrested in a checkpoint operations in Abra on the same day for Violation of R.A. 10591 otherwise known as “Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act”. 

PROCOR CAMP BADO DANGWA:  The Top Most Wanted Person (TMWP) in the National Level and wanted for various heinous crimes was killed in a shootout including four police operatives and the wounding of three PNP personnel at around 7:30 AM at Malusong, Canao, Lubuagan.

Killed TMWP was identified as Willy Sagasag of Lubuagan, Kalinga who has a monetary reward amounting to P600,000.00


The Police Regional Office Cordillera has taken a serious lead in the attainment of its Charter Statement which reflects its vision: a highly capable, effective and credible Police Regional Office.




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