Albayalde sacks San Rafael police chief, 10 others for extortion
The chief of police of San Rafael, Bulacan and 10 other cops were relieved due to alleged extortion activity, Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Director General Oscar Albayalde said Thursday.
Supt. Rizalino Andaya, San Rafael police chief, was sacked from his post due to the alleged involvement of his men in the P50,000 extortion activity against their victims, he said.
PNP Counter Intelligence Task Force chief Senior Supt. Jose Chiquito M. Malayo said Andaya is now under administrative custody.
The relieved police officers were the following:
1. Senior Inspector Wifredo Y. Dizon Jr.;
2. Senior Police Officer 4 Gary S. Santos;
3. SPO2 Christopher P. Aragon;
4. SPO1 Dante I. Castillo;
5. SPO1 Jophey A. Cucal;
6. SPO1 Rolando A. Ignacio Jr.;
7. PO3 Dennis I. De Vera;
8. PO2 Rosauro T. Enrile;
9. PO2 Nicanor DC. Bautista; and
10. PO2 Chester B. Say-eo.
Aside from the 11 policemen from San Rafael, three other police officers were sacked in Tarlac province after the two of them were caught sleeping while on duty, while the other one was not wearing the proper PNP uniform.
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