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SBMA Law Enforcement Department official statement on alleged bribery

Posted 5 years ago


There was a post at a facebook group reporting that a Law Enforcement Officer of SBMA allegedly did them wrong by giving them a Jaywalking Ticket and telling them to pay for it.

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Even though the Officer was correct this particular post garnered the attention of netizens of Subic Bay and Olongapo City.

**Today, the Tong Lung Employees reported to directly to the Law Enforcement Manager Col. Tolentino on the issue and apologized admitting their fault.

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Photo credit by our community contributor Gerardo Johnson. (April 20, 2018)

“I admire these two ladies who have the heart to surface and come to my office to ask for apology. The LED officer did not ask money from them. It was a fabricated story made by Derrick Abenoja of Tong Lung.” – Col. Vicente Tolentino

This is a reminder that we should all post responsibly and do it in a way to uplift the morale of our beloved City of Olongapo and our work place the Subic Bay Freeport.

Kudos to the Law Enforcement Department and the citing Officer who served 25 years without fault.


source: Subic Bay Community Center

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