Police nab several curfew violators PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 10:39

Police have apprehended several violators of the curfew regulation which the city government have imposed since the attack perpetrated by MNLF rebels led by Habier Malik under Nur Misuari took place on Sept. 9.

Around 12:40 a.m. last October 19, policemen of the Zamboanga City Public Safety Company under Supt. William Gadayan and led by Insp. Alan Yurong Perpetua apprehended seven persons along Jaldon St. and Buenavista St., Canelar.

The violators were identified as Jommid Dela Cruz Y Mejia, Stanley Santos Y Muarip, Ralph Aimerson Chaves Y Asuncion, Junrell Cantonao Y Dumalay, Jovel Mark Galves Y Alvarez, Ramil Del Rosario Y Alberto, and Reynaldo Salinas Y Bongcawel,.

All violators were brought to the Investigation Section of the Zamboanga City Police Office for proper disposition.

Around 12 midnight on the same day, men of the Culianan Police Station led by Police Sr. Insp. Theodosius Alegria Tanjay were conducting a checkpoint where they apprehended eight violators identified as Denver Hermoso Y Baroro, 31, of Pagadian City; Danilo Baroro Y Paglinawan, 54, of Pagadian  City; Ronald Lim Y Gerbolingo, 24, of Barangay Tumaga; John Carlo Avilla Y Del Rosario, 19, of Barangay Culianan; Alvin Santos Y Juanito, 30, of Barangay Cabaluay; Jayvee Perez De Guzman, 30, of Barangay Culianan; Lucas Alviar Jr Y Candido, of Barangay Culianan and Jerry Angelo Perez Fransco, 13, of Barangay Cabaluay. They were brought to the Culianan Police Station for proper disposition.

Around 12:30 a.m., October 20, men of the city police office’s Patrol Section led by Sr. Insp Abdulnasser G Masillam were manninf a checkpoint along Gov. Camins Avenue, where they apprehended six violators identified as Basil J Hawari, Rosandy S Francisco, Rosalinda H Ismael, Hadzra J Zaldy, Eric H Manalang Jr. and Angel S Fernandez.

Around 1:40 a.m. of the same day, the same police team apprehended eight violators along San Jose Road. They were identified as Ameer Layling, Donel Patligao, Maadir Adin, Elwin Fernandez, Jully Rivera, Cristine Marie Florida, Rose Angel Flores and Delaila E Maban.

During the early weeks of the Zamboanga City crisis, curfew was imposed in the entire city from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.This was later shortened when the situation was normalized from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.and recently, it was further cut down from 12 midnight to 4 a.m. – Dan Toribio Jr.