Davao City Cop Brings “Gun” at Son’s School to Threaten the School Teacher
DAVAO CITY- A Davao City police officer brought a “gun” into his son’s school and threatened the teacher after his son lost in a Taekwondo match.
Mayor of Davao City and a presidential daughter, Sara Duterte Carpio continues her father’s legacy towards making it the most disciplined city in the Philipines.
However, one incident recently went opposite to the pursuit. In Banaybanay, situated in the oriental part of the city, a misconduct of a police officer happened.
Based on a news on Manila Bulletin, in an elementary school at Banaybanay town in Davao City, a teacher was confronted and threatened by a father of one of her students.
Chief Insp. Milgrace C. Driz, the spokesperson at the Police Regional Office (PRO 11), identified the cop who confronted the school teacher as Senior Police Officer (SPO)1 Inocentes Talleon.
According to her, the accused cop was just recently assigned at the Davao Oriental Police Mobile Force Company (DOPMFC).
Talleon dashed into his son’s school after learning that his son lost in his Taekwondo match.
According to the report, the police was drunk during his confrontation with his son’s teacher and the official of the game, Mrs. Eva G. Carbo. It was 3 in the afternoon when he went and disturbed the school.
Based on the report, Chief Insp. Milgrace C. Driz said that Mrs. Carbo tried to clarify the incident to the upset police officer but he rejected the explanation.
Instead, the police officer left and then returned with a “gun”. His intensity caused panic among the student-athletes, school facilitators, and audience of the Unit Meet. Witnesses of the scene hurriedly called for police assistance.
“Banaybanay Municipal Police Station immediately act in the response to the incident and disarm the drunk police,” she added.
Based on the report, the PRO11 spokesperson said that they already conducted an ocular investigation and convinced the complainants and a witness to execute affidavits against the police officer.
Talleon is being laid under restrictive custody at Camp Sgt. Quintin Merecido – PRO 11 headquarters. He may face possible charges.
Chief Insp. Milgrace C. Driz said that the PRO11 regional director Chief Supt. Marcelo C. Morales strongly proclaimed that the wrongdoings or misbehavior of policemen will not be tolerated since it is part of their Internal Cleansing Program.