The Quezon City Police District conducts raids against video karera, cara y cruz, card games, and other forms of illegal gambling.
The Quezon City Police District conducts raids against video karera, cara y cruz, card games, and other forms of illegal gamblingPublished 6:56 PM, February 11, 2020 Updated 6:56 PM, February 11, 2020 CRACKDOWN. Over a week after Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte ordered a full-scale operation against illegal gambling, 62 raids have already been conducted. File photo by LeAnne Jazul/Rappler MANILA, Philippines – The Quezon City Police District (QCPD) arrested over a hundred in the first 10 days of its"all-out-crackdown" against illegal gambling. Aside from arresting 111 individuals, Quezon City authorities also rescued 7 minors in operations from January 27 to February 5. The minors were turned over to the city's Social Services Development Department. Following Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte's order to eliminate illegal gambling, the QCPD has conducted 62 operations and filed 33 cases. The police filed cases of illegal gambling or violation of Presidential Decree 1602 against the suspects. In numbers: Here is a breakdown of the arrests made by the QCPD's 12 police stations: PS1 in La Loma - 2 raids, 3 arrested PS2 in Masambong - 7 raids, 14 arrested PS3 in Talipapa - 7 raids, 9 arrested PS4 in Novaliches - 8 raids, 15 arrested PS5 in Fairview - 3 raids, 3 arrested PS6 in Batasan Hills - 8 raids, 6 arrested PS7 in Cubao - 5 raids, 8 arrested PS8 in Project 4 - 1 raid, 18 arrested PS9 in Anonas - 1 raid, 4 arrested PS10 in Kamuning - 2 raids, 4 arrested PS11 in Galas - 2 raids, 14 arrested District Headquarters - 16 raids, 13 arrested The raids conducted by the QCPD involved the following: Video karera - 30 raids, 1 arrested Cara y cruz - 16 raids, 30 arrested Card games - 11 raids, 60 arrested Tupada- 1 raid, 8 arrested Loteng - 4 raids, 12 arrested Under Belmonte's directive, illegal gambling activities included, jueteng, video karera, ez-2, loteng, cockfighting or"sabong", and funeral games or"sakla". Belmonte encouraged her constituents to call the city's 122 hotline or the QCPD hotline at 09175410621 to report information on illegal gambling. – with reports from Loreben Tuquero/Rappler.com Subscribe Read more: Rappler
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