HPG-9 readies case vs man with stolen Pajero PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 23 January 2011 14:51

The Highway Patrol Group-9 is preparing the documents necessary in the filing of case for violation of the anti-fencing law against the person or persons who were apprehended by HPG-9 operatives last January 20 driving a carnapped maroon Mitsubishi Pajero with plate number JBK 250.

HPG-9 Deputy Regional Chief Supt. James Ramos reported to  Regional Chief Sr. Supt. Romeo R. Uy that the Mitsubishi Pajero was seized by team leader SPO4 Nestor Bandingan along Baliwasan Seaside while conducting operations relative to Department of Interior and Local Government directives on No Travel No Plate policy, Anti-Carnapping Act of 1972 and other laws.

The vehicle was spotted by the HPG operatives with unauthorized improvised plate numbers.    The driver was identified as a certain A.H Jamasali of Suterville, Zamboanga City.

When the Pajero was stopped by the lawmen, Jamasali  can not present any document to proveownership of the vehicle.

When verified with the HPG Motor Vehicle Information Management System that links the HPG nationwide, it was found out the Pajero was under the list of stolen vehicles under alarm number- 2003-0519-113 and owned by a certain E. C Miranda  in Luzon. It was reportedly stolen on July 20,2003.

Sr. Supt. Uy directed Ramos to impound the vehicle at Camp Batalla  and conduct thorough investigation for filing of appropriate charge in court. — Allen Abastillas