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Fake documents syndicate arrested in Manila

37 members of a syndicate group that sells fake documents for aspiring seaman went straight to jail after they were arrested in Manila.

In the joint operation of the Maritime Industry Authority and Criminal Investigation and Detection Group, the syndicate was arrested in Luneta and Kalaw Avenue.

The suspects were caught totting posters of sample documents they offer to applicants including certificates of competence, certificate of proficiency and sea service records.

It was known that the same documents are worth P800 or even higher while the seller will get P150 per document they sell. (Kisses Jabson)

 

14-year-old takes own life

A 14-year-old boy was seen dead and hanging from the ceiling of his home in Quezon City.

According to the police, the there are no people around the house when John Carlo Guaza took his own life.

Police are still determining the why he took his own life but there’s a big possibility that Guaza has problems.

Based on the initial investigation, the teenager often run from his home before deciding to end his life. (Kisses Jabson)

 

Fighting Terror attacks isn’t just AFP’s job

The Armed Forces of the Philippines is asking the public to stop relying on them when it comes to combating Terrorism.

Lt. Col. Ramon Zagala, AFP Public Affairs Chief said that the public should participate because they could actually help a lot in fighting any security threat in the country.

Zagala admits that it’s their job when it comes to Intelligence and Security Operations but it would be a lot easier if the public will call their attention whenever they see suspecting individuals or abandoned things that could possibly turn out to be a bomb.

The AFP Public Affairs Chief insisted that everybody should have a say on the issue especially that innocent lives always end up being victims.   (Judie Anne Abejero)

   

Tax evasion case filed against Insurance adviser

An Insurance Adviser was charged with a Tax Evasion case because of hiding its real earnings for the years 2009-2010.

According to Reymarie Dela Cruz of the Bureau of Information and Education Division, Lorenza David Huang of Brgy. Holy Spirit, Quezon City earned more than 11 Million pesos in 2009 but only declared Three Million pesos instead.

In the investigation by the BIR, the cheating happened again when she declared her earnings for 2010 of Four Million pesos when in reality it was more than 16 Million pesos.

The government is running after 13 Million peso worth of tax debt against Huang.

Huang is the 179th individual charged with Tax Evasion after the government launched its “Run After Tax Evaders” program under BIR Commissioner Kim Henares.   (Judie Anne Abejero)


 

QC police commander axed for untidy office

An untidy Quezon City police commander was axed for dirty and unpleasant office and precict.

National Capital Region Police Office director Marcelo Garbo Jr. ordered Supt. Danila Pecana, chief of Libis police station to be relieved.

The Libis police station boasted a tag “tourist oriented showcase” in 2009 and was built with the help of businessmen.

However, when Garbo and QCPD director Richard Albano visited the precinct on Monday, both were not pleased with the situation of the precinct because of the stench and scattered trash.

In an interview with DZRH, Garbo said that he’s serious in his campaign against dirty precincys because it mirrors the image of the Philippine National Police. (Malou R. Cabral)

   

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