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Mariveles adjudged as Best PNP station of the year

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  • Mar T. S.
  • 8 years ago

  CAMP TOLENTINO, Bataan-The Police station of Mariveles  headed by Supt. Melecio “Bong” Buslig, Jr., was adjudged as “Best PNP station for the year” 2013 in the province.

               During the recent PNP Day held inside Camp Tolentino, PNP provincial headquarters,  Gov. Abet S. Garcia personally fixed the symbolic and much coveted banner into the Mariveles PNP flag  that was witnessed by media practitioners,  top police and government officials and other guests. The governor congratulated Col. Buslig and his men for the job well done and worthy of emulation.

               This was not, however, the first time that Col. Buslig’s PNP station was adjudged as best officer, after he was again accorded a bigger award for bagging the “Best Component City PNP station” in the whole region the other year when he was the chief of Balanga City.

               Col. Buslig was twice promoted for the rare  “spot promotion” after he personally led his men in a daring arrest an international and dreaded terrorist when he was still a young captain.

               Last year, under Col. Buslig’s watch, the Mariveles PNP has arrested a total of 40 persons involved in illegal drugs  and killed one dreaded drug pusher after he shot it out with the policemen who tried then to arrest him.

               A total of P320,291 worth of shabu was also confiscated by the station last year and had filed 67 cases in court.

               Aside from this, four calibre  38 revolvers and ammunitions were also confiscated by Col. Buslig, while 21 wanted persons were also arrested.

               On campaign against illegal fishing, a  total of 26 boxes of assorted fishes and two baby trawl were also confiscated, reported Buslig.

               Sr. Supt. Audie Atienza, police director, urged his men to follow the foot step of Col. Buslig whom he regarded as one of the best PNP officers in the PNP today

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