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Muntinlupa offers P100,000 reward for info on killing of traffic enforcer 

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Reward money to anyone who could provide information about the suspect in the killing of a traffic enforcer in Muntinlupa is now at P200,000 following the pledge of Congressman Ruffy Biazon.

BIAZON: The coldblooded, traitorous killing of a Muntinlupa Traffic Management Bureau (MTMB) officer while on duty deserves nothing less than the condemnation not just by myself but by the People of Muntinlupa as well.
Daniel Manalo, call sign Traffic 44, was performing his sworn duty to serve the public when he was gunned down in a busy main street of Muntinlupa. The shot fired not only extinguished the life of Officer Manalo, it has broken the peace and order of the city, especially that a law enforcement officer is the victim.
This is not the first time that there has been a killing in our city. Others have fallen at the hands of assassins. Unfortunately, many have gone unsolved and this latest one with a law enforcer as victim shows that perpetrators continue to brazenly defy the city’s law and order.
We as a people must make a united stand on this, not just to condemn the killing of Daniel “Utoy” Manalo, but to work towards making our city safer from such dastardly deeds. Not only should we call for Justice for Utoy but we should also take action against this kind of crime.
As a start, I join Mayor Jimmy Fresnedi in offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the suspect/suspects. I offer a counterpart of equal amount to Mayor Fresnedi’s P100,000.00 reward.
Beyond this, we must look at how to improve the safety and security of Muntinlupa City’s streets, enhance the capability for monitoring, surveillance and investigation of criminal activities by law enforcement (national and local) and encourage citizen participation in information gathering and vigilance. To defeat crime, we must take united action.
Utoy’s death comes close to home for me because he and the daughter of my long time coordinator/staff were set to be married soon. We grieve with the family of Utoy and Bianca for their great loss.
 

 

Muntinlupa City Mayor Jaime Fresnedi has condemned the killing of a local traffic enforcer and offered P100,000 reward money to anyone who could provide relevant information for the immediate arrest of the suspect.

Muntinlupa Traffic Management Bureau (MTMB) traffic enforcer Daniel Manalo, 36 y/o, was shot dead on February 16 at 7:30 PM by an unidentified male suspect along National Road in Brgy. Tunasan.

According to Muntinlupa City Police Station, Manalo was talking on his mobile phone when the suspect came from behind and shot him in the head that caused his immediate death. One empty shell of caliber .45 pistol was recovered in the crime scene.

A fellow traffic enforcer who witnessed the shooting incident told Muntinlupa Police that the suspect immediately fled on foot.

MTMB chief Danidon Nolasco said Manalo was part of the road clearing team that has been conducting operations in compliance with a memorandum from the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) ordering local governments to clear roads of illegal obstructions. 

Fresnedi expressed dismay over the incident and said that it was an insult to public office workers who were only carrying out their duties. The local exec vowed to provide financial assistance to Manalo’s family.

Muntinlupa Public Information Office chief Tez Navarro said that Manalo graduated with a degree in criminology at the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa and was a former rover scout. Navarro noted that Manalo’s colleagues described him as a kind person. 

Investigations on the killing of the local traffic enforcer supervisor are still ongoing.

To report any information about the identity and whereabouts of the suspect, the public may coordinate with Muntinlupa City Police Station at 0998 967 4531.


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