BRIGADIER General Matthew Baccay, director of the Police Regional Office 3, said all election-related cases pending at their office are now resolved.
He said the six election related incidents validated by PRO-3 and Commission on Elections have already been solved and cases against the arrested 16 suspects were already filed.
Baccay added that this can be attributed to the timely reporting of incidents and thorough investigation of cases in the provinces of Aurora, Bataan and Nueva Ecija.
Meanwhile, Baccay said that the Central Luzon police is now preparing for the forthcoming inauguration of president elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. and vice president elect Sara Duterte as protesters are expected to hold assemblies in various areas within the region.
The police official said he ordered his personnel to practice maximum tolerance to avoid untoward incidents between police force and protesters. End ok
May 31, 2022
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