Young ones don't take curfew seriously; 42 more violators PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 06 November 2013 13:29

It seems that many local residents don't take the curfew policy seriously.

Dozens had been held by the police in the past few days and 42 more were rounded up the other day after they were caught in the street during the curfew hour which is from 12 midnight to 4 a.m.

Almost all of them are young people with ages 17 to 30.

The 42 violators were apprehended in two checkpoints in Sta. Maria. The first 30 violators include six women.

Held were Romnick Rebantad, 24, Vincent Jan Bue, 22, Jimmy Almonte, 22, Vander Lou Cuadro, 20, Pilarico Fabriga, 26, Roger Doquio, 33, Mario Farncis Dumdum, 23, Jerome Capili, 23, JC Isaac Siguiente, 28, Francis Joe Pamaran, 21, Gerard Benid, Jr., 18, Mickail Jaime, 19, Reslie Francisco, 23, Jur Flores, 24, Alvin Balan, 39, Noel Gahisan, 24, Thong Matarul, 41, Christopher Gil Espinosa, 30, Daryl Bayona, 27, Wilson james Pinero, 21, Reyward Martinez, 27, Rodolfo Sison, Jr., 22, Roger Carbo, 21, Masdoma Masilam, 23, Mary Joy Guiayot, 21, Vanessa Jupli, 31, Ma. Eden Alvarado, 26, Ailyn Canonce, 20, Lenie Caldosa, 31, and Mario Dice Davalos, 25.

Twelve more were placed under police custody and two of them were minors.

They were identified as Michael Vincent Malabas, 17, Lesther Buchi Manaloto, 17, Joevic Israel Rañin, 18, Gamar Wahid, 22, John Patrick Diamos,22, Kier Vintulan, 23, Eric Jay Demasua, 22, Sannie Pollenza, 23, Ariel Morales, 20, Amer Majid, 26, Reynaldo Tala, 26 and Rene Tutuan, 23.

All the 42 violators were brought to the Sta. Maria Police Station where they spent the night up to 4 a.m. – Dan Toribio Jr.