2 Barkers Arrested for Selling Vax-Cards to Unvaxxed Passengers in Pasay Terminal
Police authorities arrested two (2) barkers for allegedly offering vax-cards to unvaxxed passengers in Pasay Terminal.
At a Pasay terminal, two barkers were nabbed for selling fraudulent vaccination cards to unprotected travellers. Alex Batayan, 39, and Eddie Garcia, 46, both of Pasay, were identified as the suspects.
Two barkers were apprehended about 6:30 p.m. in Brgy. 151, according to Pasay City police commander Col. Cesar Paday-os. Based n the report, a local citizen reported the sale of phony vaccination cards for P500 apiece to the police.
When Pat. Luvis Compihios and Cpl. Luvis Compihios were assigned to Cpl. Luvis Compihios The suspects discovered them using false vax cards, according to Mark Dante Antoni. In regard to RA 11332, the two will be prosecuted with breaching Article 2 of the Revised Penal Code.
Meanwhile, 2 women layout artists were arrested for allegedly producing fake vaccination cards in Davao del Sur. The two detained layout artists in Digos City, Davao del Sur, reportedly grown accustomed to falsifying immunization cards rather than being utilized for decent work.
The police undertook an entrapment operation after receiving information regarding the forging of the two women’s vaccination cards, according to the article. The two were reportedly preparing paperwork that would allow people to avoid having to meet certain requirements.
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