By Anthony Giron
The Cavite provincial government has supported the “no helmet” policy in connection with the off-and-on “riding-in-tandem” attacks in the province.
Governor Jesus Crispin C. Remulla said that the Sangguniang Panlalawigan (Provincial Board) is all set to approve today the “no helmet” policy, as well as the motorcycle speed limit proposal, on thoroughfares.
This developed as Senior Superintendent Arthur Velasco Bisnar, Cavite Police Provincial Office (PPO) director, said that investigation on shooting incidents involving motorcycle-riding men is ongoing and that “persons of interest” are in custody.
Bisnar held the details about the suspects and the investigation progress as confidential for the meantime.
“We will not stop until the suspects are arrested. Persons of interest are now in custody. It is confidential as follow-ups are ongoing,” Bisnar told The Manila Bulletin yesterday
Remulla and the local officials have sought an investigation into the spike of fatal shooting incidents perpetrated by motorcycle-riding men particularly in Dasmariñas, Imus, and Bacoor Districts.
The attacks, including holdups, were made by motorcycle-riding men wearing helmets. Residents have been alarmed by the reported incidents in the turf.