CIDG smashes online ‘sabong’ ring in Pque

Agents from the National Capital Region Field Unit (NCRFU) of the Philippine National Police Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (PNP-CIDG) destroyed a network of “online sabong (jokes)” in the city of Parañaque following illegal gambling raids Unauthorized. led to the arrest of eight people, PNP-CIDG chief Major General Eliseo DC Cruz said yesterday.

The official said three suspects were arrested for operating the online sabong hub located at Gate 1 Access Road of Multinational Village Barangay Sto. Niño in Parañaque City.

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Five suspects were arrested in one area for betting on pool games. Mee. Gen. Cruz said that the CIDG-NCRFU staff under Col. Randy Glenn G. Silvio led the raid in a report saying that there was a new illegal internet network that one of the suspects was operating with the help of several gangs.

Crying neck. Silvio said a concerned citizen reported the illegal online sabong operation in his area despite the suspension of the license issued by PAGCOR (Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation) to the accused.

The manager said that after 10:00 p.m. On Thursday, members of the CIDG’s Metro Manila Southern District Field Unit, with support from the Southern Police District Mobile Force Battalion in Parañaque City, conducted the raid, which led to the arrest of the eight people. During the operation, an LED television monitor, a cell phone, six cue sticks, two billiard balls and a bet amounting to P2,460 were recovered.

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The government official added that they are still conducting follow-up investigations to identify and prosecute those who make money in new online companies. All the suspects are accused of violating Executive Order 1602.