Cop, foreigner conflict over ECQ implementation in luxurious Makati village

Cop, foreigner conflict over ECQ implementation in luxurious Makati village


Strain grasped a family unit at a luxurious development in Makati City on Monday after a cop went up against a foreigner who purportedly resisted aut

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Strain grasped a family unit at a luxurious development in Makati City on Monday after a cop went up against a foreigner who purportedly resisted authorities who were implementing the enhanced community quarantine.

The encounter, which was gotten on record, occurred between Police Senior Master Sergeant Roland Von Madrona and foreigner Javier Parra, an inhabitant of Dasmariñas town.

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Authorities said Madrona, while watching the town according to demand of Barangay Dasmariñas director Rosana Hwang, saw Parra’s housemaid, Cherilyn Escalate, watering the plants outside the property’s edge with no face mask – an infringement of ECQ rules.

Madrona, together with Bantay Bayan personnel Esteban Gaan, drew nearer and prompted the servant to wear a face mask for her wellbeing.

The servant at that point went inside the house to get her face mask. Minutes after the fact, Parra and his better half went outside the living arrangement and stood up to the law enforcers.

Police asserted that Parra even addressed Madrona on the most proficient method to appropriately actualize the rules of the quarantine. While the two parties were in a contention, Gaan took video clasps of the episode.

This made Parra, who was without a shirt and face mask, irate, provoking him to mortify and toss foul words to the cop, police said.

Madrona at that point attempted to capture him however Parra avoided and went inside his home.

In his different portrayal of the episode, Parra said his house cleaner revealed to him that the cop was forcing a fine of P1,000 on the grounds that she was not wearing a face mask while watering the plants.

“I wasn’t aware that there is a law saying that inside your own property you must wear a face mask,” Parra said.

“I went outside to inquire why the policeman would want to collect P1,000. I told him frankly that a fine isn’t necessary as it occurred on a private property,” he added.

In his different portrayal of the episode, Parra said his house cleaner revealed to him that the cop was forcing a fine of P1,000 on the grounds that she was not wearing a face mask while watering the plants.

Parra said the strain among him and the cop had heightened as the last had trespassed his house with no court order. The foreigner said the cop additionally took steps to capture him.

“My wife, who took the video, advised the policeman that he has no valid warrant of arrest and is not in the right to arrest me. Despite of this, on my own lawn, the policeman grabbed my hands and brutally threw me to the ground and caused me physical injury and abrasions as pictured,” Parra said.

“He continued to scuffle and keep me on the ground to put handcuffs on me,” Parra added.

The cop then let go of the foreigner as his wife repeatedly stated that her husband should not be arrested.

“Finally, I was able to evade the gone havoc policeman by entering my front door, while he was still trespassing my property by standing on my front lawn,” Parra said.

Parra said he had suffered injuries due to the incident: “Having been thrown on the floor and brutalized and attempted to be illegally arrested has caused me immense physical pain.”

Police Major Gideon Ines, Makati City’s Assistant Chief of Police for Operation, said they will file charges against Parra for supposed infringement of Article 151 of the Revised Penal Code (Disobedience to a Lawful Person in Authority), Republic Act 11332 (Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases and Health Events of Public Health Concern Act) and City Ordinance 2000-089, for not wearing a face mask, just as Direct Assault.

As indicated by Makati City Police chief Police Colonel Rogelio Simon, Parra’s house cleaner will likewise be charged. He likewise said Parra’s claim that Madrona was asking P1,000 from the servant was only an allegation.

“Accusations lang niya ‘yan. Wala naman siya sa pinangyarihan,” Simon told reporters.

In the interim, legal advisor Michael Camiña, representative of Makati City, said Mayor Abby Binay effectively requested authorities to lead an investigation on the episode with the goal that fitting charges would be filed against those concerned.

“The law must be upheld at all times, most especially during a public health emergency where the welfare and safety of the people are of paramount concern,” Camiña said.

The local government of Makati City likewise asked occupants to watch legitimate conventions in this time of wellbeing emergency, particularly the obligatory wearing of face mask and watching social distancing.

PNP chief, Police General Archie Francisco Gamboa has likewise requested an investigation concerning the occurrence.

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