RETIRED MARINE NA NO.1 MOST WANTED DAHIL SA PAGLABAG SA FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION REGULATION ACT, HULI NG QCPD

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Arestado ang isang retired Philippine Marine na No.1 Station-Level Most Wanted Person din ng Holy Spirit PS bandang 3:30 a.m. nitong Enero 9 sa kanyang tinitirhan sa Brgy. Malitao Echague, Isabela.

Ito’y sa bisa na rin ng warrant of arrest na inisyu ni Hon. Alfonso C. Ruiz II, Presiding Judge ng Br. 216, RTC, QC dahil sa kasong paglabag sa PD 1866 (CODIFYING THE LAWS ON ILLEGAL/UNLAWFUL POSSESSION, MANUFACTURE, DEALING IN, ACQUISITION OR DISPOSITION OF FIREARMS, AMMUNITION OR EXPLOSIVES OR INSTRUMENTS USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF FIREARMS, AMMUNITION OR EXPLOSIVES, AND IMPOSING STIFFER PENALTIES FOR CERTAIN VIOLATIONS THEREOF, AND FOR RELEVANT PURPOSES) na inamyendahan ng RA 9516 (AN ACT FURTHER AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF PRESIDENTIAL DECREE NO. 1866, AS AMENDED) at RA 10591 (Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act).

“We will not stop with our operation to hold accountable those hiding under the law,” pahayag ni QCPD District Director PBGEN Antonio C. Yarra.

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