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Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan commended personnel of the city’s Public Order and Safety Division (POSD) for the arrest of alleged pickpockets and illegal peddlers selling prohibited firecrackers in separate incidents in the city last year.

Domogan said the bravery of the enforcers in arresting pickpocket suspects shows their dedication to serve the city even if they are on job order status.

On Dec. 31, 2017, POSD enforcer Rufino Madlon arrested Noraldine Macalimpao, 23, a resident of Crystal Cave for violating the Anti-Peddling Ordinance. He was caught selling packs of firecrackers worth P250 while his cohorts escaped to an undisclosed direction. Macalimpao was brought to the BCPO headquarters for the filing of charges against him and his possible cohorts, while the firecrackers will be kept for evidentiary purposes.

With the help of the personnel of the Baguio City Police Office Station 7, POSD personnel found the prohibited firecrackers composed of 38 packs of 5-star, nine pieces fountain, and 16 packs of Tiger piccolo contained in three bags that were hidden in several rice stalls in the public market. The stall lessors denied ownership of the firecrackers.

On Dec. 19, 2017, POSD enforcers Madlon, Jeffrey Padsingan, and Alvin Saluquen apprehended when she took the cellphone of a woman who was carrying her baby inside Block 4.

The enforcers collared the suspect later identified as Ma. Victoria Clarin de Leon, 34, married, native and resident of Tanguili St., Pozzorubio, Pangasinan.

On Dec. 17, 2017, the same POSD enforcers and Arnel Tualla were monitoring along Session Road when they chanced upon two men acting suspiciously, amd one of them was identified as a pocket picker.

The enforcers saw the suspects follow a woman to the Scout Barrio staging area and saw one of them pick the cellphone of their victim from the side pocket of her jacket and immediately passed it to his companion.

The suspects were identified as Elmer Aligo Castro, 28, single, laborer and resident of Campo Sioco, Baguio City; and Nilo Badecaw Caballero, 27, single, laborer and resident of Tuding, Itogon, Benguet.

Domogan underscored the POSD personnel’s deeds warrant commendation for contributing in reducing the proliferation of the sale of illegal firecrackers and preventing the commission of petty crimes in the central business district.


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