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Five individuals including a Korean national were apprehended while several guns and ammunition were confiscated by the CIDG along with the Bureau of Immigration, Korean Police, Philippine Air Force, and local PNP units on November 1, 2021, in separate police operations in Regions 4A, 7, and 8.

“While the whole nation commemorates the day of Saints and departed loved ones, your CIDG AMIGO COPS continue to implement its anti-criminality campaigns against wanted persons and loose firearms making sure that the community can have a safe, peaceful and secured celebration,” PMGen Albert Ignatius D Ferro, CIDG Director said.

Korean national YUNGGO JUNG, a 38-year-old businessman was served a Warrant of Deportation at his residence in Talamban, Cebu City. He is wanted for violation of an Act on Promotion of Information Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection (Circulation of Pornography), Abetting, etc. of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Korea.

While the No. 6 Most Wanted Person (MWP) in Leyte identified as RICO GALVEZ PANIMDIM was nabbed for RAPE under Article 266-A,(1)(a) in relation to Article 266-B of the RPC. He is said to be a member of the “JAYSON ROBBERY GROUP” operating in Leyte and nearby provinces.

Meanwhile, suspects in separate buy-bust operations for violation of RA 10591 (Comprehensive Law on Firearms and Ammunition) identified as ARCHIE ALFERES OLITEN, 24 years old and RODEL MENDOZA NOGUERAS, 43 years old were arrested in Angono, Rizal wherein seized from their possession were two caliber .38 revolvers, several ammunition, and marked and boodle money; and REGIE BRAVO DELA CRUZ, 34 years old and said to be a member of the “CANINDO Gun-for-Hire and Gunrunning Group” operating in Cebu City and nearby cities and municipalities, was collared in Cebu City for possession of a caliber .45 pistol inserted with a magazine, and marked and boodle money.

“Your CIDG AMIGO COPS will never tire in implementing its campaign against criminals to make sure the public is safe not only during the celebration of All Saints and All Souls Day but all year round,” added CIDG Director.