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PCol. Segundo Canapi Lagundi Jr. as the new Police Chief of Las Pi%uFFFDas City

New Las Piñas police chief starts term

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Mayor Mel Aguilar and Vice Mayor April Aguilar welcomed the designation of PCol. Segundo Canapi Lagundi Jr. as the new Police Chief of Las Piñas City.

IN PHOTOS: PCol Segundo Canapi Lagundi Jr. during his courtesy call at the Las Piñas City Hall. He vowed to lead the Las Piñas Police in its campaign against criminality, illegal drugs, and other illegal activities.

Present during the courtesy call were Southern Police District Director PBGen. Nolasco Bathan, City Administrator Rey Balagulan, and former councilors Henry Medina and Mark Santos.

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