Estilles inspects police checkpoints in Z. Sur PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 November 2012 14:34

Police Regional Office-9 Director Chief Supt. Napoleon R. Estilles personally inspected  last Friday the different checkpoints that were set up as additional security measures to prevent violence as a result of the infamous Aman pyramiding scam in Zamboanga del Sur

Chief Supt. Estilles made the inspection after presiding a conference with Zamboanga del Sur Police Provincial Director Sr. Supt. Romeo R. Uy and staff officers of the command.

Estilles said the setting up of the checkpoints at the entry and exit of the province are preventive measures and crime prevention as victims of the Aman scam are still angry and want to take revenge against the Aman Futures people who victimized them of large amount of money.

Estilles disclosed that Task Force Aman was created to address the problem. It is headed by Sr. Supt. Ramon M. Ochotorena.

“Our checkpoints for the security of the province are 24/7 on duty to ensure that the  entry of people in the province are double checked and monitored. Although  the situation is manageable. My troops are on red alert,” Estilles said.

Sr. Supt. Uy reported to Estilles that duty officers of his command are on 24 hours alert and conducting a series of inspections of the different checkpoints to see to it that the roadblocks are working and the men manning them are alert at all times.

Filing of complaints by Aman scam victims continues at the National Bureau of Investigation Pagadian City. Criminal Investigation and Detection Group 9 Regional Chief  Edgar Danao also  personnally supervised assistance given to the Aman scam victims at Camp Abelon, Pagadian City.

Estilles said he is doing his best to arrest all the culprits behind the scam.

All government agencies are working hand in hand to arrest the people behind the Aman group. — Allen Abastillas