Mayor Oscar Garin Sr. and Iloilo Rep. Richard Garin to face l4wsu1ts for m4ul1nq a policeman

Guimbal, Iloilo Mayor Oscar Garin Sr. what’s more, Iloilo first District Rep. Richard Garin are c0nfr0nting a few claims from the Philippine National Police after they have allegedly b4tt3r3d a policeman a weekend ago.

As indicated by PNP Region 6 Chief Supt. John Bulalacao, he would ask for the cancelation of the city hall leader’s assignment over the police and diminish from his post the head of police of Guimbal for not making a move to help his personnel..”.

Rep. Garin, who’s the spouse of previous Health Secretary Janette Garin is additionally confronting a claim for grave dangers.

The person in question, who’s recognized as PO3 Federico Macaya of the Guimbal Municipal Police Station has been called by the Garins, who later cuffed him, undermin3d him by 1nd1cating a firearm his head and the amazing lawmakers additionally grabbed his p0ss3ssions.

They also allegedly m4u1ed the policeman for still an undisclosed reason.

“I have already ordered the recall of their police escorts when I learned of this 1nc1d3nt this morning,” Bulalacao said, noting that “most” of the members of the Guimbal police force “have requested for their transfer out of Guimbal” after the 1nc1d3nt.

“I told Cong. Garin that I’m taking this 1nc1d3nt as an affront to me. I will not let this pass without taking action against them,” Bulalacao said.

Meanwhile, Congressman Garin already apologized to the Philippine National Police, he also explained the reason why they mauled PO3 Macaya.

Garin explained that he didn’t control himself after he found out that Macaya allegedly asked a v1ct1m to withdraw the complaint against a person who hurt a child during a town celebration last week.

“Gusto ko lang maklaro na ang actions ko are not directed to the PNP as an institution, or against its officers and personnel. My actions were a mere display of extreme frustration towards one, single PNP personnel na sa aking palagay ay nag-commit ng great disservice to the people of Guimbal,” Garin said.

The congressman described Macaya’s act as “betrayal of public trust” for asking a v1ct1m to withdraw a charge that he/she filed.

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