[Blueboard] SITUATION REPORT (Tuesday, 15 October 2002)

uppa uppa at admu.edu.ph
Tue Oct 15 16:58:37 PHT 2002


SITUATION REPORT 
(Tuesday, 15 October 2002)

WATER:  Test results of water samples taken from the overhead tanks of JGSOM, Pollock Center and Faculty housing will be ready this week.  

TRAFFIC:  The MMDA rerouting scheme at the Aurora-Katipunan junction seem to have improved improve traffic flow in the area.  Motorists have adjusted to the new scheme and the geometric improvements have decongested the area.    

During the Big Blue Eagle Bonfire last Saturday, security counted 2,915 vehicles parked on campus at 9:00 p.m. last Saturday.  The number is smaller than the 3,000+ recorded in the Grade School's Feast of the Guardian Angel.  However, the flow of vehicles last Saturday was continuous from 5:30 p.m. till past midnight.  Estimates of the number of people on campus last Saturday ranged from 8,000 to 14,000 people.   It took a resident on campus 45 minutes to negotiate the distance by car from Gate 2 to EAPI between 8:00 to 9:00 p.m.  Except for some vehicles that got stuck in the carpark, no accidents were reported. 

SECURITY:  A penalty for leaving a car unlocked is being considered for next year.  This is to discourage carelessness of drivers on campus and to reduce the incidence of thefts.  

SG ROBERT D. BANA apprehended RANDY DIGOR CAMINGUE loitering at the JG SOM building at 1:10 p.m. last Friday, 11 October.  He was brought to the Security Office because he was using the ID of a student who had lost it the day before.   


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RANDY DIGOR CAMINGUE
34 years old, 5'4" resident of 9 C.P. Garcia, Daan Tubo, Quezon City

In his wallet were two other Ateneo college students' IDs, one UST ID, one UP ID, seven ATM cards (BPI, Metro Bank, PNB, RCBC, and Union Bank), Citibank Master credit card, BPI Express credit card and thirteen assorted cards shown below.  The cards belonged to at least nine different persons.  Since the victim was not willing to file charges, the suspect was turned over to the Loyola Heights Barangay Hall.

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First row: Three Ateneo IDs.
Second row: Six cards belonging to one person.
Third to seventh row:  Assorted cards belonging to various persons.

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ROLANDO RUIZ DIZON
40 years old, married resident of Angeles City,
1412 Dis Castillas, Sampaloc, Manila and 257 Katipunan Street

At 2:15 p.m. of the same day, ROLANDO RUIZ DIZON was also apprehended by SG LEONARDO C SANTOS outside the AMPC canteen.  He was loitering around the college complex.  He had no identification whatsoever and could not give any reason for being on campus.  After four hours in the security office, he was released and warned not to enter the campus.

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ANTONIO ARMOHALLES TAMAYO
Bodyguard of college student who falsely claimed a cellular phone

Earlier, ANTONIO ARMOHALLES TAMAYO a close-in bodyguard of a 1st year college student was apprehended for claiming a cell phone which was not his.  The day before, SG ROAN A DIAMANTE found the cell phone in the parking area which Antonio Tamayo claimed was his.    Later the real owner came to retrieve the phone.  When apprehended, it was established that Tamayo had lied about the cell phone.  The unit minus the SIM card was recovered from Tamayo and returned to the owner.  His employer was informed of this.  Tamayo was fired on the spot. 

On Friday, 11 October a computer notebook was stolen inside the Board Room of Xavier Hall between 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.  This case is still being investigated. 

Around 3:00 a.m. last Saturday, six teenagers from Barangka were intercepted at the stairway from De la Costa Housing attempting to enter the campus allegedly to get a drink of water on campus.  They claimed they could not go home because they had been locked out.  At daybreak their parents were notified and were asked to fetch their children.    

At 8:00 a.m. last Monday, JVP personnel reported a break-in at Bellarmine Hall.  The ASPAC office on the 3rd floor had been broken into.  The doorknob and part of the door was damaged to gain access to the office.  

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ASPAC door damaged by robbers

Inside the guards found the steel safe on its side and forcibly opened.  Fortunately, it was a donated safe that still had to be repaired as it could not be opened.  There were no valuables inside the safe.


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ASPAC steel safe forced opened by robbers

On the same morning, the Office of International Programs (OIP) also reported their office being robbed.  Their cabinet safe was also forced open.  Stolen were six hundred pesos cash, a Nokia 3350 office cell phone, two plane tickets (to Indonesia and Cambodia) and three passports of foreign students.  Two of the three passports were recovered later in the afternoon inside the janitor's locker room adjacent to the Men's toilet.  

The PNP SOCO (Scene of the Crime Operation) unit is working with LSIA ISOD (Investigation and Special Operations Division) in conducting the investigation.  The investigation is ongoing. 

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OIP Office Safe forced opened.

An ATM con artist at the BPI branch near KFC in front of Ateneo Gate 3 victimized a coed between 8:30 to 8:45 last Saturday morning.  She was withdrawing cash when a man joined her in the booth.  Her ATM card got stuck and the man pretended to help her.  She was distracted and before she knew it, the man had her card.  There was no guard in the area.  By the time she was able to notify the bank, P18,000.00 had been withdraw from her account.

The community is advised to be alert and refrain from drawing cash when suspicious characters are around.  It is also wise to check if the bank guard is around when withdrawing cash.  

ldm151002  

Please email comments to uppa at admu.edu.ph 
Situation Report of 14 October 2002 is also posted at http://www.admu.edu.ph/upp/advisory.htm

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