1st indiscriminate firing recorded this holiday season —NCRPO

Maris Federez

MANILA, Philippines —The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) has warned the public anew against indiscriminate firing.

NCRPO acting director PBGen. Debold Sinas said they will file charges against those caught firing guns indiscriminately.

Sinas added that they will conduct an accounting on police personnel at the camps and stations on December 31, at 7:00 PM to ensure that they will not be involved in illegal firing of guns.

“Para sa mga sibilyan, kung gun user kayo ingat kayo kasi mati trace na natin yan. Medyo high tech na yung ibis system ng crime laboratory. Yung mga kababayan natin pag kayo may alam na nagpaputok ng baril ay ituro nyo para maaresto natin,” Sinas warned.

Last Wednesday (Dec. 25), authorities arrested a Chinese national for indiscriminate firing in Pasay City.

“Umaga 4 o’clock galing sa karaoke tapos nagpaputok nahuli sa Pasay […] Ang nakuha sa kanya ang 25 caliber. Ngayon naka file na ang kaso sa kanya […] Illegal possession plus alarm and scandal,” Sinas added.

Meanwhile, the police have also started confiscating illegal firecrackers being sold in Metro Manila.

Earlier on Friday, more than Php100,000 worth of illegal firecrackers were seized and destroyed at the Kamuning Police Station in Quezon City.

The NCRPO reminded the public of the designated firecracker zones in the barangays. —(from the report of Lea Ylagan) /mbmf

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