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86 MIMAROPA’s more “Drug Free” and “Drug Cleared” Barangays PDF Print E-mail

NEWS RELEASE 020917-02

POLICE REGIONAL OFFICE MIMAROPA

Authority : PSUPT IMELDA VASQUEZ TOLENTINO

Chief, Regional Public Information Office

Camp Efigenio C Navarro, Calapan City

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Date   : February 22, 2017

 

Camp Efigenio C Navarro, Calapan City- Though the personnel of the Philippine National Police were ordered to cease and desist from conducting anti-illegal operations like buy-bust, service of search warrant, continuous monitoring and evaluation is still being conducted by the Regional Oversight Committee on Illegal Drugs of Police Regional Office MIMAROPA on the declaration of the “Drug-Free” and “Drug Cleared” barangays.

 

 

From the fifty-five (55) total number of “Drug-Free” barangays which were declared “Drug-Free” of January 2017, an additional seventy (70) barangays were also declared “Drug-Free” and an additional ten (10) barangays were already declared “Drug Cleared” as of February 6, 2017 . As of this time, there were one hundred twenty-five (125) total number of barangays that were declared “Drug-Free” and sixteen (16) barangays that were declared “Drug-Cleared”.

 

The seventy (70) “Drug Free” Barangays were the fourteen (14) Barangays from the municipality of Sta. Cruz, Marinduque namely barangays Punong, Pantayin, San Isidro, Kaganhao, Lamesa, Hupi, Dolores, Banogbog Haguimit, Kinyaman, Libjo, Labo, Pulong Parang and Tambangan; six (6) barangays from the municipality of Torrijos, Marinduque namely barangays Kay Duke, Pakaskasan, Cagpo, Malinao, Mabuhay and Bolo; seven (7) barangays from the municipality of the municipality of Dumaran Palawan namely barangays Danleg, Calasag, Santo Tomas, Catep, Bacao, Bohol and San Juan;twelve (12) barangays form the municipality of Araceli, Palawan namely barangays Balogo, Calandagan, Dagman, Lumacad, Mauringen, Osmeña, San Jose De Oro, Santo Nino, Taloto, Tinintinan, Madoldolon, and Dalayawan; two (2) barangays from the municipality of Rizal, Palawan namely barangays CampongUlay and Ransang; two (2) barangays from the municipality of Magsaysay, Palawan namely barangays Emilod and Lacaren;three (3) barangays from the municipality of Linapacan, Palawan namely barangays Calibangbang, Maroyogroyog and San Nicolas; one (1) Barangay from the municipality of Magsaysay, Palawan identified as Barangay Rizal; one (1) Barangay in Culion, Palawan identified as Barangay Baldat; one (1) Barangay from Quezon, Palawan identified as Barangay Calumpang,; one (1) Barangay from the municipality of Magsaysay, Palawan identified as Barangay Cocoro; five (5) barangays from the municipality of Naujan, Oriental Mindoro namely barangays Buhangin, Caburo, Magtibay, Paitan and Masaguing; four (4) barangays from the municipality of Gloria, Oriental Mindoro namely barangays Kawit, Buong Lupa, General Antonio, and San Antonio; two (2) Barangays from the municipality of Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro namely Bangbang and Pambisan Munti; five (5) barangays from the municipality of Corcuera, Romblon namely barangays Labnig, Gobon, Ilijan, Mahaba and ColongColong; one (1) Barangay from the municipality of San Agustin identified as Barangay Lusong; one (1) Barangay from the municipality of Ferrol, Romblon identified as Barangay Agnonoc; one (1) Barangay from the municipality of Odiongan, Romblon identified as Barangay Progreso Este; and one (1) Barangay from the municipality of Sta. Maria, Romblon identified as Barangay San Isidro.

 

Further, the ten (10) additional “Drug Cleared”barangays were the following: four (4) from the Municipality of Baco, Oriental Mindoro namely Barangays San Ignacio, Malapad, Putican-Cabulo and Sta. Rosa 2; three (3)barangays from the Municipality of Naujan, Mindoro Oriental; Malinao,Kalinasan, and Sta Cruz; one (1) Barangayfrom the municipality of San Teodoro, Oriental Mindoro identified as Barangay Ilag; one (1) barangay from the municipality Sta. Cruz, Occidental Mindoro identified as Barangay Pinagturingan and one (1) barangay from the municipality of Calintaan Occidental Mindoro identified as Barangay Malpalon.

 

Since the President RODRIGO R DUTERTE suspended the police operations against illegal drugs, PCSUPT WILBEN M MAYOR, Regional Director instructed all the Provincial Directors and City Director to concentrate their operations on the seven (7) focus crimes, police community relations activities and on internal cleansing.
 

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