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LOOK: Pasig police chief finds 4 sleeping cops, 2 not at posts

By: - Reporter / @JhoannaBINQ
/ 08:46 AM June 19, 2018

The Eastern Police District Public Information Office released this photo of one of four on-duty policemen at the Pasig City Police Office found sleeping on the job before dawn June 19, 2018. EASTERN POLICE DISTRICT-PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE

Six Pasig City policemen are facing administrative charges after being caught by their police chief sleeping on the job and abandoning their positions.

According to a spot report from the Eastern Police District, Pasig City Police Chief Orlando Yebra Jr. caught four policemen sleeping while on duty and two abandoning their posts as he inspected the Pasig City police station at about 3:20 a.m. Tuesday.

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Pasig City police chief Orlando Yebra Jr. inspected offices at the police headquarters on before dawn June 19, 2018, and found four on-duty lawmen sleeping. EASTERN POLICE DISTRICT PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE

Yebra caught Senior Police Officer (SPO) 1 Ricardo Allapitan, SPO1 Rustom Valdez, PO3 Higino Dancel, and PO2 Apolo Labrador sleeping while on duty.

The police chief also caught PO2 Danilo Damasco and PO2 Patrick Baldemor abandoning their respective positions.

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Administrative charges will be filed today against the six erring personnel.

Philippine National Police chief Dir. Gen. Oscar D. Albayalde has vowed to implement stricter discipline among his men as part of his internal cleansing campaign. /cbb

The clock on the upper right shows the time when Pasig City police chief Orlando Yebra Jr. four found policemen sleeping while on duty before dawn June 19, 2018. EASTERN POLICE DISTRICT PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE

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