QCPD rounds up 1,932 law violators

A total of 1,932 violators were rounded up by policemen for violating laws and city ordinances from 5 a.m. of October 14 to 5 a.m. of October 15, 2018.

La Loma Police Station (PS 1) under Supt. Robert Sales accosted 10 persons for smoking in public places, 30 for jaywalking and 129 for other traffic violations.

Masambong Police Station (PS 2) under Supt. Rodrigo Soriano accosted four for smoking in public places and 71 for jaywalking.

Talipapa Police Station (PS 3) under Supt. Alex Alberto nabbed 24 for smoking in public places, six for roaming half-naked in public places, 20 for jaywalking, 98 for other traffic violations and one for urinating in public place.

Novaliches Police Station (PS 4) under Supt. Rossel Cejas accosted 122 for jaywalking and 54 for other traffic violations.

Fairview Police Station (PS 5) under Supt. Benjamin Gabriel Jr. held 37 for smoking in public places, 78 for jaywalking and 36 for traffic violations.

Batasan Police Station (PS 6) under Supt. Joel Villanueva arrested five for smoking in public places, one for roaming half-naked in public place, 338 for jaywalking, one for concealing bladed weapon and rescued six minors violating the discipline hours.

Cubao Police Station (PS 7) under Supt. Giovanni Hycenth Caliao accosted 18 for smoking in public places and 21 for traffic violations.

Project 4 Police Station (PS 8) under Supt. Ophelio Dakila Concina Jr. accosted one for smoking in public place, 193 for jaywalking, two for littering and five for traffic violations.

Anonas Police Station (PS 9) under Supt. Cipriano Galanida collared 227 for smoking in public places, four for roaming half-naked in public places and 85 for jaywalking.

Galas Police Station (PS 11) under Supt. Carlito Mantala held 10 for jaywalking and 196 for traffic violation.

Eastwood Police Station (PS 12) under Supt. Camlon Nasdoman collared two for smoking in public places, three for roaming half-naked, and rescued a minor for violating the discipline hour.

Quezon City Police District (QCPD) director Chief Supt. Joselito T Esquivel Jr. said those accosted were brought to the police stations for documentation and were penalized according to the gravity of their offense.