Recently reported in Quezon City, eight people, including two women, issuing fake police clearances without proper authorization were arrested by the Quezon City Police District-District Special Operations Unit (QCPD-DSOU) during an operation in Novaliches, Quezon Cityon, Tuesday afternoon.
Who are the arrested distributors of Fake Police Clearances?
Base on reports, Police Supt. Jay Agcaoili, DSOU chief, named the arrested suspects as Adrian Atendido, 26; Clark Kenneth Ganias, 26; Jeoffrey Ilano, 28; James Arvin Ramos, 20; Ma. Louieza Trinidad, 21; Irene Morales, 33; Pedro Camo, 41; and Melvin Mangulabnan, 24.
Agcaoili also added, suspects are all employees of Eastland Printink Inc.. They are being arrested at 4 p.m. outside the mini city-hall of Novaliches District Center, Jordan Plains, Barangay Sta. Monica, Quezon City.
The arrest of the suspects arise when an applicant complained about the overpricing payment in the processing of Quezon City Police Clearances. The fake police clearance was being sold at P300 which is far from the normal price.
The fake police clearance was found out to copied exactly as genuine. Reports says, upon checking the submitted documents from the complainant, it was found out that the issued Police Clearance bears the signature of Police Chief Inspector Rogelio De Lumen, chief of the QCPD’s Warrant and Subpoena Section, and Police Chief Supt. Edgardo G. Tinio, QCPD director.
Hence, the public is being warned to check on whatever documents that you are securing. Always check the authenticity and assure that the provider or distributor is legal to avoid inconvenience.