Bohol Police Arrested 3 Most Wanted Persons; 63 loose firearms seized
Joint operation of President Garcia Police Station, BPPO,60IB, 41IB AFP, OID PA, and PNP RIU 11 arrested Junifie Veloso Dagale, a national most wanted at Purok 5, Brgy Aguining, Pres. Carlos P Garcia, Bohol on September 17, 2020.
Dagale was seized under a warrant of arrest for murder issued by Presiding Judge Virginia Tehano-Ang, RTC Branch 1, Tagum City, Davao Del Norte.
Meanwhile, the top 3 Most Wanted of Agusan Del Sur, PRO13 was arrested in San Isidro, Bohol, Thursday afternoon, October 6.
Suspect for murder identified as Ricar Gumeloy Okit, 25 years old was arrested in Brgy Calimbang, San Isidro, Bohol under a warrant of arrest issued by Presiding Judge Cesat Bordalba of RTC Branch 34, Cabadbaran City, Agusan Del Sur by joint operating teams of Regional Intelligence Division 7, San Isidro Municipal Police Station, BPPO, Provincial Mobile Force Company SWAT, Provincial Intelligence Unit, Agusan del Sur Police Provincial Office, and Regional Intelligence Unit, PRO7 at 4:30 PM of October 6, 2020.
Okit was listed No. 6 Most Wanted in Manhunt Charlie Provincial level and Nr. 3 Most Wanted, EMPO Provincial Level of Agusan del Sur Police Provincial Office, PRO13.
In a separate operation, Tagbilaran City Police Station arrested Teodoro Tapa at Purok 3-A, Brgy. Tiptip, Tagbilaran City under warrant of arrest for violation of section 11 of R.A. 9165 issued by Presiding Judge Sisinio Virtudazo of RTC Branch 4 Tagbilaran City on October 6, 2020.
Moreover, Bohol Police Provincial Office confiscated sixty-three (63) loose firearms and arrested fifty (50) persons from September 1 to October 6, 2020. Tagbilaran City Police Station has the most number of firearms confiscated for the period.
PBGEN ALBERT IGNATIUS FERRO, PRO7 Regional Director during the press conference, Wednesday morning, commends the men and women of Bohol PPO for a job well done.
“Your PRO7 Amigo Cops will remain on guard and continue serving and protecting Central Visayas amid the coronavirus disease. As we move forward, let us work together in collective action with the support of our local government officials and stakeholders,” he added.