Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Chinese national nabbed for selling illegal firecrackers

TABACO CITY- A Chinese national was arrested  for illegal sale of firecrackers and pyrotechnics hours before this city welcomes the New Year.

Led by PI Voltaire Jun Pedido, a buy-bust operation was conducted  at noontime today pursuant to its intensified campaign against illegal firecrackers. 

Arrested was Chen Quinshui, 46, married, and a Chinese national from Fujcan, China. 

The operation confirmed an earlier information received by the Tabaco City Polist Station that the suspect was allegedly selling firecrackers without the required permit.

Confiscated at his store located at Barangay Quinale were of the following items: 18 packs of illegal firecrackers commonly known as “piccolo”, three  pieces of  "Roman Candle, three pieces of “Tiger Fireworks”, and one box of assorted firecrackers.

Said items are worth more or less Five Thousand One Hundred Eighty Pesos (5,180.00) Philippine currency.

All of which were inventoried, marked, and photographed in the presence of the witnesses which included elected Barangay Officials, representative from the Media, and the suspect himself.

This operation was conducted under the supervision of Chief of Police PSupt. Felix N. Servita.--BICOLSTANDARD.COM
Photo by Tabaco PNP Facebook Account

Photo by Tabaco PNP Facebook Account

Photo by Tabaco PNP Facebook Account

Photo by Tabaco PNP Facebook Account

Photo by Tabaco PNP Facebook Account

Photo by Tabaco PNP Facebook Account


Share:

SPECIAL OFFER

SPECIAL OFFER

Featured Post

PDIC takes over Goa bank

Rural Bank of Goa Photo: PDIC MANILA— The Monetary Board (MB) of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) prohibited Rural Bank of Goa (...