Ozamis Mayor and kin turn over their guns to PNP

Mayor Reynaldo "Aldong" Parojinog, his daughter Vice Mayor Nova Princess Parojinog, and son Councilor Ricardo "Ardot" Parojinog on Monday went to
Ozamiz City Police Station and surrendered their 16 high-powered firearms.

The three of them were linked to illegal drug trade.

These are the firearms they turned over M16 Bushmaster, FN, SOCOM II, AK45, Galil, Uzi, Glock, Para Ordnance and other high-powered firearms and pistols.

Misamis Occidental Provincial Director Senior Superintendent Edgar Daniel said Mayor Parojinog has yet to surrender the short gun.

PNP chief Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa already revoked the licenses of their firearms.

According to the report, Mayor Parojinog owned the 13 firearms, the other 3 owned by Councilor Parojinog. It was said that 
Vice Mayor Parojinogs's firearm was lost and reported it in Camp Crame.
Regional Director Chief Superintendent Noel Constantino said the Mayor lose his operational and administrative control to the PNP and no longer have a security escorts.

"This means they no longer have operational and administrative control and supervision over the PNP in their respective areas. Likewise, the security escorts provided to them by the PNP will be recalled and advised to report back to their respective police stations," Constantino said.

"For now, they can employ the services of private security guards and protective agents duly authorized by SOSIA and approved by the PNP," he added.

"This is a fair warning to those in the list but refused to comply with the order to surrender their firearms. They face possible arrest for illegal possession of firearms," NorMin PNP spokesperson Supt Surki Sereñas barred. 

Mayor Parojinog stated that he's willing to cooperate to clear their names.

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