Viga’s 9th most wanted arrested in Quezon City
 
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posted 1-Oct-2019  ·  
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The ninth most wanted person in Viga was collared in Quezon City by both local and city cops last Thursday.

Bryan Broqueza Beltran, 29, was arrested by joint elements of the Viga police led by officer-in-charge Lt. Benjamin Reonal, the QC police department’s Crime Investigation and Detection Unit headed by Lt. Renato Florento at 10 A.M. of Sept. 19, 2019 in barangay Bagbag.

Beltran is wanted for the rape of a minor in relation to Republic Act 7610 or the “Special Protection of Children Against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act,” with no bail set.

Meanwhile, a carpenter was arrested for a child abuse charge also on the same day in Taguig City.

Alvin Olalo Rezari was arrested at around 5:30 P.M. by joint elements of the Viga police, the District Mobile Force Battalion (DMFB), and Eastern Police District.

He is wanted by the Regional Trial Court for violating Paragraph (b), Sec. 5, Art. 11 of Republic Act 7610 or the “Special Protection of Children Against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act,” with bail set at P200,000.

In Virac, also on Sept. 19, one Romeo dela Cruz, 37, was arrested by a joint team of Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) Catanduanes provincial field unit and the Virac police at around 2:20 P.M. in barangay Salvacion on the basis of the warrant issued by Judge Francisco Torres Jr. with bail set at P10,000.

In a related development, two abaca strippers were busted by Bato police last Sept. 16 for illegal logging.

The two Baras natives, Ely Caranza, 53, and Christopher Tarroquin, 48, were arrested by a joint team of the Provincial Special Operations Team and Bato MPS at around 1:00 P.M. in barangay Buenavista.

Taken as evidence from them were two pieces of 2x6x12 narra lumber with an estimated value of P2,183, and one Stihl chainsaw.

They will be charged for violation of Presidential Decree 705 or the “Forestry Reform Code of the Philippines,” and Republic Act 9175 or the “Chainsaw Act of 2002.”


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