Bulacan PNP’s SACLEO apprehends most wanted person, 25 law breakers

CAMP GEN ALEJO S SANTOS, City of Malolos, Bulacan — A city most wanted person and twenty-five other law offenders were arrested as the Bulacan PNP continues its Simultaneous Anti-Criminality Law Enforcement Unit (SACLEO) on Wednesday, November 30, 2022.

Based from the report submitted to PCol Relly Arnedo, Provincial Director of Bulacan PNP, seven persons wanted by law including most wanted person were arrested in series of manhunt operations conducted by the tracker teams of Bocaue, Hagonoy, Malolos, Plaridel, SJDM, 1st Provincial Mobile Force Company (PMFC) and Bulacan Provincial Intelligence Unit (PIU) together with the elements of CIDG Anti-Transnational Unit.

The most wanted person was identified as Nita Dayrit, Top MWP City Level CSJDM for Illegal Recruitment (Large Scale) and Estafa (4counts) while the other six wanted persons were caught for crimes of Acts of Lasciviousness; Estafa; Slight Physical Injuries; Attempted Homicide; Rape; and for Violation of BP 22 (Bouncing Check Law). All accused are presently under the custody of the arresting unit/stations for proper disposition.

Meanwhile, seventeen drug suspects were arrested in different drug sting by the Station Drug Enforcement Unit (SDEU) of Baliwag, Calumpit, Hagonoy, Malolos, Meycauayan, Norzagaray and SJDM. A total of fifty-five (55) sachets of suspected shabu, one (1) medium sized plastic wrapped containing dried marijuana leaves, assorted drug paraphernalia, small box, eye glass case, disposable lighters, Toyota Avanza and buy-bust money were recovered during the operations.

On the other hand, anti-illegal gambling operation conducted by operatives of Balagtas MPS resulted to the arrest of two (2) felons identified as Rennier Salvador @Bandong; and Mario Aviso. They were caught in the act of playing illegal card games (tong-its). Confiscated were set of playing cards and bet money in different denominations.

Appropriate criminal complaints against all the arrested suspects are now being readied for filing in court.