Anti-fenc­ing law vi­o­la­tor charged

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AN en­trepreneur is fac­ing charges be­fore the court af­ter a stolen Pol Tank was found out­side his house at Don Lorenzo Sub­di­vi­sion in Sasa, Davao City on Novem­ber 28, Tues­day.

Charged with vi­o­la­tion of the Pres­i­den­tial De­cree 1612, or The Anti-Fenc­ing Law, is Em- manuel Dacuy­cuy, owner of a mini-car shop at Don Lorenzo Sub­di­vi­sion.

Pros­e­cu­tor Yehlen Sanchez found prob­a­ble cause to charge the ac­cused based on the com­plaint filed by Rizaldo Man­u­lat, a rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the D'Unibue­nas Cor­po­ra­tion.

In a res­o­lu­tion dated De­cem­ber 6, Man­u­lat at­tested that the com­pany learned that its Solane 50 kilo­gram Pol Tank with se­rial no. 17-F-01269 was sold to the ac­cused, prompt­ing the police to pro­ceed to the area.

Man­u­lat re­ported that the sus­pects iden­ti­fied as Felix Ybañez, Rey­naldo Busca­gan, and Ar­nel Bay­bayan, who took the Pol Tank, were for­mer em­ploy­ees of the cor­po­ra­tion.

The ac­cused was ar­rested af­ter the com­plainant and the police found the Pol Tank out­side his house. Dacuy­cuy is cur­rently de­tained at the Buhangin Police Sta­tion.

Police are al­ready look­ing into the where­abouts of the three sus­pects.

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