250 million value of endangered clams seized in Palawan raid, 1 suspect nabbed | Rene Acosta
Maritime policemen seized roughly 150 lots of fossilized large clam shells in the neighborhood referred to as taklobo all over an operation at a lodge in Palawan on Monday.
The large clams with an estimated marketplace price of P250 million have been seized all over a law-enforcement operation by way of the Philippine Coast Guard, Philippine National Police Maritime Group and Navy intelligence brokers on the Kings Paradise Island Resort, Barangay Panitian, Sofronio Espaniola, Palawan.
The Coast Guard known 4 other folks in the back of the violationEulogio Josos Togonon, Totong Josos, Nonoy Guliman, and Vilmor Pajardoresidents of Barangay Iraray, Sofronio Espaniola, Palawan. However, most effective Togonon used to be apprehended all over the operation.
The officers of Barangay Panitian took custody of the confiscated pieces, whilst Togonon used to be delivered to the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development (PCSD) for inquest lawsuits and submitting of suitable fees.
Togonon used to be charged for violating Section 27 of Republic Act 9147, or the Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act. Rene Acosta