Bry. officials yield unlicensed firearms

SEVEN village watchmen and a city official’s relative surrendered their unlicensed firearms to the Carcar City Police Station earlier this week.

Carcar City Police Chief Randy Korret said their campaign against loose firearms is part of their security preparations for the yuletide season.

Guadalupe barangay tanods Romy Elorde, Carlos Remoyen and Jesus Roldan surrendered three .38 revolvers and a .22 , while Tuyom barangay tanod Renmar Tanutanud surrendered a .38 revolver and an improvised shotgun.

Barangay Buenavista tanods Isagani Satuita, Carmelo Lania, and Aurelio Geloca gave up two .38 revolvers, an improvised shotgun and a “sumpak” during the Barangay Anti-Drug Abuse Council meeting.

Traffic enforcer Reynante Apura, a relative of Mayor Nicepuro Apura, surrendered his two .22 revolvers without serial numbers, and a homemade .22 rifle without a serial number.
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