PRO4A Personnel Cited for Meritoriuos Achievement in Various Police Operations and Other Laudable Acts PRO4A Personnel Cited for Meritoriuos Achievem
Authority: PSUPT CHITADEL CARANDANG GAOIRAN Chief, Regiona Public Information Office Police Regional Office 4- CALABARZON Camp Vicente Lim, Calamba City, Laguna 0917-8002448/0917-8755957 Email: pio_pro4a@yahoo.com.ph Facebook: rpiocalabarzon@yahoo.com.ph Twitter: @rpiopro4a PR NO. 54-2016 May 23, 2016 (Monday) PRO4A Personnel Cited for Meritoriuos Achievement in Various Police Operations and Other Laudable Acts Camp Vicente Lim - The Police Regional Office CALABARZON personnel received various medals during the traditional Monday Flag Raising Ceremony held at this camp. The awardees were recognized for their involvement and meritorious accomplishment during the conduct of SAFE 2016, police operations and other commendable accomplishments. One noteworthy was the recent accomplishment of Cavite particularly Bacoor City Police Station wherein more r less 10 kilos and 400 grams of suspected shabu were confiscated and 4 suspects were arrested during a buy-bust operation conducted on May 17, 2016 at Park Homes, Brgy. Queensrow, West Central, Bacoor City. Anaother remarkable deed that was given recognition was the act of the couple police officers namely PO2 Raymond L Matundan and PO1 Mary Joy M Matundan both members of Talisay Municipal Police Station of Batangas Police Provincial Office who displayed honesty and dedication by bringing back without hesitations to the owner of the lost pouch bag in May 14, 2016, containing large amount of money, passbook, ATM Cards and other valuable belongings owned by Mrs. Teresa De Leon Maravilla of Brgy. Sto. Tomas, Batangas. The story of the couple were already featured in various TV program both local and national and was also liked by netizens i the social media after it went viral. They were also given recognition by the local government of Taisay for such exemplary display of character. The awards were presented by PRO4A Officer-In-Charge PCSUPT Ronald V Santos assisted by Regional Chief Directorial Staff PSSUPT Bernabe M. Balba.
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Murder suspect in Kimberly Sanchez case, nabbed Camp Vicente Lim- The Chief PNP presented yesterday Richie Amar Oliveros, the suspect in the Kimberly Sanchez Case after the inquest proceeding at Biñan City Prosecutor’s Office, Hall of Justice under City Prosecutor Agripino C. Baybay III. The case of Kimberly Sanchez went viral on social media with the father asking the Chief PNP Police Director General Ronald M Dela Rosa for help. “This case bothered me because the father of the victim personally sought help from me so I personally gave instruction to RD Aplasca for the solution of the case.” the Chief PNP said. Kimberly worked as cashier at Under Armour Store at Nuvali in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. March 1, 2018 is the last day Kim worked at said store. Based on the report, Kimberly lost contact with her family for almost two days. Her mother Liza Sanchez discovered her cadaver on the morning of March 3, 2018 at her apartment located at Francis Home Subdivison, Brgy. Platero, Binan City. Based on the autopsy report, the victim sustained stab wounds in the head that caused her death. Suspect Richie Oliveros, accompanied by his sister appeared at the office of the Regional Detection and Management Division at Camp Vicente Lim and voluntary surrendered to PSINSP Fernando Credo of Pulis Detektib PRO4A on April 6, 2018. With the assistance of a lawyer, the suspect executed his Extra-Judicial Confession. Suspect, who is a neighbor of Kimberly confirmed that he had the mobile phone of the victim after it was missing on the day that her cadaver was found and gave it to his brother who was in Oriental Mindoro. Based on the investigation, Kimberly accidentally hit the motorcycle of Richie Oliveros while opening a steel door which caused it to fall. A heated argument ensued that led to the killing. (PIO- PRO4A)
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