Bacolod police chief warns Station 2 head anew

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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

BACOLOD City Police Office (BCPO) officer-in-charge Edgardo Ordaniel issued Monday another warning to Station 2 commander Robert Dejucos to solve the “bukas kotse” incidents within his area of responsibility.

Ordaniel said he ordered Dejucos to conduct investigation to identify and apprehend the “bukas kotse” suspects.

The order was issued after several vehicles were burglarized along Lacson Street in Bacolod City during the Bacolaodiat Festival last weekend. The suspects remain unidentified Monday.


Ordaniel believed that only one suspect, not an organized group, was responsible for the incidents.

He said he already ordered Dejucos to conduct follow-up operation to solve the case.

Earlier, Ordaniel also warned Dejucos to solve the robbery hold-up incidents within his area of responsibility.

Though Ordaniel did not give a timeframe for Dejucos to solve the crime incidents, he said he wants to see the personnel of Station 2 performing well and solving crime incidents.

He said he already formed the trackers team to help the case investigators in different stations to solve the crimes, especially those committed by riding-in-tandem gunmen and robbery hold-up suspects operating in different areas of Bacolod.

He said that within this week, the trackers team will operate in different areas of the city and he expects a good result from the group.

Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on February 12, 2013.

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