41 curfew violators held in 2 checkpoints PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 27 October 2013 14:46

Men of the Sta. Maria Police Station led by Sr. Insp. Sta. Teresa rounded up 41 curfew violators yesterday.

A police report disclosed that two checkpoints set up  along Gov. Ramos Ave.and Gov. Camins Ave. held all the violators of the executive order declaring curfew hour from 12 midnight to 4 a.m.

Two of the 41 violators were women, some were minors and the rest were men. They were identified as Roland Vicente, 26, John Paul Auditor, 23, Mark Garcia, 19, Elmer Velasco, 18, Michael Santos, 19, Adriano Macaso, 25, Muktadir Aming, 38, Mustamil Tahil, 27, Murphy Mangubat, 28, Cellery Abigza, 21, Hermie Fernando, 33, Jainal Tamsi, 39, Francis Michael Franco, 22, Anderson Urbano, 21, Rogelio Pinca, 23, Joseph Tumala, 19, Jenerven Ibarra, 49, Expedito Sua, 49, Junie Amores, 18, Evan Solis, 34, Margung Segundo, 25, Angel Barbosa, 43, Kevin Delas Peñas, 21, Allen Duran, 25, Angelo Montenegro, 33, Jansen Arboleda, 21, Mark Edward, 21, Edison Amorganda, 29, John Harry Lopez, 21, Paul Navarro, 29, Darez Corenzo, 20, Lyndon Dequilla, 21, Arjon Yabag, 22, Arvin Sibuyan, 26, Blairzon Audian, Jojo Balikte, Jansen Valdez, 17, John-John Atilano, 15, Joan Panganiban and Grace Malagar.

The violators were brought to the Sta. Maria Police Station and were later released after the prescribed hour of the curfew.

Police appealed to the public again to follow and respect the curfew imposed through an executive order from Mayor Beng Climaco. – Dan Toribio Jr.