Friday, March 14, 2014

BTAC Chief PSInspector Mark Salvo, determined to make Boracay wanted-persons-free

Written by Bert Dalida

The Boracay PNP is determined that Boracay will become a wanted-persons-free island.

In fact, based on BTAC’s report, 8 wanted persons including 2 Romanians, 1 American, and 1 German Nationals were arrested by the PNP on the island on the Months of January to March 2014.

BTAC Chief PSInspector Mark Salvo said that the good image and security environment of the island must be maintained, thus wanted individuals that might be on hiding must be arrested.

Salvo also pointed out that it is just right that they, the wanted persons, face and be held responsible for the crimes they have committed.

It was learned that the apprehended persons’ cases included qualified theft, slight physical injury, violation of RA 9262 or the Anti-Violation against Women and their Children, and resistance and disobedience to an agent of person in authority.

Translated by Shelah Casiano

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