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217 arrested in Tarlac since Luzon lockdown — officials

Apr 12, 2020 @ 6:48
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A total of 217 persons have been arrested in the province of Tarlac since the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine [ECQ] in Luzon on March 16, according to provincial officials.

Tarlac police provincial director Col. David Poklay said the arrested persons were involved in 95 incidents ranging from common crimes, implementation of a Luzon-wide curfew, liquor ban, and children in conflict with the law.

“They were apprehended because of our daily monitoring of accumulative violations of the Revise Penal Code and the special laws governing the ECQ,” Poklay said.

Of the total number of person arrested, there are 198 adults and 19 CICL and 14 at-large offenders.

Records from the Tarlac Police Provincial Office [TPPO] showed the breakdown of the number of offenses and the city or municipality, as follow:

Tarlac City – 22 incidents, 27 arrested and 1 CICL

Sta. Ignacia – 5 incidents, 10 arrested and 1 at-large

Camiling – 20 incidents, 51 arrested and 14 CICL

Gerona –8 incidents, 28 arrested and 3 at-large

Bamban – 4 incidents, 6 arrested and 1 CICL

San Jose – 6 incidents and 19 arrested

Victoria – 4 incidents, 14 arrested, 1 CICL, 1 at-large

Paniqui – 3 incidents and 7 arrested, 1 CICL

Pura – 4 incidents and 5 arrested

Mayantoc – 3 incidents, 1 arrested and 6 at-large

San Clemente – 2 incidents, 1 arrested and 2 at-large

Moncada – 5 incidents, 12 arrested, 1 CICL and 1 at-large

La Paz – 1 incident and 1 arrested

Anao – 2 incidents and 2 arrested

Ramos – 2 incidents and 9 arrested

Capas – 1 incident and 3 arrested

Concepcion – 3 incident and 3 arrested

“We will continue our duty to impose the law,” Poklay said.

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