7 Cops in Agusan del Sur to Face Dismissal over Robbery-Carnapping

IAS wants 7 Cops in Agusan del Sur to Be Dismiss for Robbery-Carnapping Case

The Internal Affairs Service (IAS) of the Philippine National Police (PNP) recommends dismissing the seven (7) cops who were involved in robbery-carnapping in Agusan del Sur.

Following a robbery-kidnapping case in this province, the seven officers are in danger of losing their jobs. Lieutenant Colonel Jared Charles Joaquin, Senior Master Sergeant Ronald Games, Staff Sergeants Daryll John Mozo, Richard Ayala, Lolito Valdez, and Patrolmen Ivan Klein Osorio and Sebastian Batausa were identified by PNP-IAS Inspector General Alfegar Triambulo.

Agusan Cops Robbery-Carnapping

READ ALSO: Notorious Lady Hold-upper Jailed After Accosted for Fake Mask Violation

They were found guilty of an administrative charge of grave misconduct in connection with the operation, according to Triambulo. The police case, which was filed on January 14, was based on an alleged unlawful operation against a pastor and businessman Jasper Pabilic, which took place within his church in the region.

Pabilic was suspected of being involved in illegal drug trafficking by the suspects. Pabilic was detained on suspicion of illegally selling agarwood, an expensive variety of wood famed for its aromatic bark, which is used in incense, perfume, and miniature sculptures.

The police took Pabilic’s stuff, including his Ford Ranger Raptor and smartphones, rather than going through the standard booking procedure to file a case. Apart from that, they grabbed his money, which totaled approximately P3 million.

“The IAS’s recommendation is to impose a heavy penalty of dismissal from the service on the police in Agusan del Sur who abducted a pastor who was allegedly shopping for Agarwood … they also took his Ford Ranger Raptor, as well. his colleague’s cellphones and the incident were inside the chapel, ”said Triambulo.

“Because their allegation is that they allegedly operated anti-illegal drugs and that it was only a chance upon them that someone was selling agar-agar inside the chapel, just in case their alleged operation was undocumented. “Those allegedly stolen from the complainant were taken into their possession, the agar-agar, the car and also the other money,” he added.

READ ALSO: Jeepney Driver Mauled by Fellow Drivers After Challenging Them for Fistfight

What are your thoughts on this article? Just feel free to leave your reactions in the comment section.

For more news and updates, follow us on Twitter:@philnews_ph Facebook:@PhilNews and; YouTube channel Philnews Ph

Leave a Comment