Fake Policeman Arrested After Legit Cops Accost HIs Wrong PNP’s Athletic Attire
Legit cops arrested a teenager pretending as fake policeman after they discovered his athletic attire was different from the Philippine National Police (PNP).
Authorities in Carcar City, Cebu, apprehended an 18-year-old guy dressed as a police officer and wearing a Philippine National Police (PNP) athletic outfit. Rory Joab Jumawan, an 18-year-old resident of Brgy. Parian in the same location, was identified as the suspect.
The culprit was detained around 3:00 a.m. at Brgy. Bolinawan, Carcar, according to Carcar Police Chief PCol. Allan Rosario’s report. Authorities say they were on patrol when they observed the suspect, who was dressed in a PNP athletic uniform, walking down Sitio Cambuntan.
The wandering cops, on the other hand, sensed something strange about his athletic clothing. The teen was wearing unapproved and non-prescribed shoes for police, according to investigators.
Authorities approached him right away and asked him a few questions, including what batch he graduated from. The suspect allegedly claimed to be a member of the PNP Ignatius Batch from the Police Regional Office (PRO-7).
Those who questioned the bogus cops happened to be in the same batch, and they claimed they had never heard of him. As a result, the cops demanded identification, but the suspect was unable to produce any to prove that he was a legitimate cop.
The guy eventually revealed that he was not a police officer, which resulted in his swift arrest. The guy was found with a PNP facemask, a PNP tube mask, and a.9mm Glock replica. The offender, who is charged with Usurpation of Authority, is currently being held in the stated police station.
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