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CIDG chief on PDAF case: A demolition job

Written by Mario J. Mallari Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) Director Benjamin Magalong yesterday branded as “demolition job” a complaint filed against him for alleged misused of P1.2 million Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) from Abra Rep. Joy Bernos.

Bangued local officials invites townfolks for consulations

This was posted on facebook urging consumers and business to attend the consultation regarding the local tax code of 2005. I wonder why Magalong was invited? Well he was named “Honorary Abrenian” so maybe he has something to say. ————

Abra politicians surrender 179 guns to PNP

‎45 guns for safekeeping (meaning owners will take it back after the gun ban). 134 muzzled (sealed with masking tape and returned back to the owners)..HUH? WHAT? REALLY? ———– BANGUED, Abra—On the eve of the election gun ban, politicians and their families in Abra surrendered 179 licensed firearms to the Philippine National Police for safekeeping … Continue reading

Firearms drive boosts Abra’s peace campaign

By Dexter A. See Camp Dangwa, Benguet—Chief Supt. Benjamin Magalong, Cordillera police head, said at least 40 unlicensed firearms have been seized and dozens of suspects have been arrested in the continuing campaign against private armed groups.

Police chief downplays Abra gunfight report

By Rubyloida Bitog Saturday, December 15, 2012 THE Police Regional Office Cordillera (Procor) Chief Benjamin Magalong said the report on alleged firefight in Abra during the time of electric brownout early last week is exaggerated. Earlier this week, known television and radio stations broadcast on the alleged firefight in the province that accordingly caused great … Continue reading

How to keep Abra from becoming a hot spot

By Dexter A. See | Posted on Dec. 13, 2012 at 12:02am  CAMP DANGWA, La Trinidad—-The Cordillera police office has created a task force for Abra to stabilize security in the province and prevent it from becoming a hot spot in next year’s polls. Chief Supt. Benjamin Magalong, regional director, named his deputy, Senior Supt. Roberto Soriano … Continue reading

Cordillera police to make Abra a non-Comelec controlled area in 2013 elections

By Redjie Melvic M. Cawis BAGUIO CITY. Dec. 2 (PIA) — It is the vision of the Police Regional Office – Cordillera (Pro-Cor) that Abra no longer be under the control of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) in the 2013 elections and they are working hard for its realization.

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