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IN a scene that has been going on for years and years and years in the Subic Bay Freeport, in broad daylight on Sunday afternoon, August 25, 2013, a group of young people were seen stealing metal fence poles and braces in a portion of the perimeter road of the Subic Bay Freeport near the 14th st. Gate.

Some older men were also in the vicinity, seemingly guarding the young thieves against possible interference from the public or law enforcement personnel. Law enforcers stationed in the gate appeared disinterested as with most motorists passing by the area.

The fence covering the stretch of the perimeter road from the junction of Rizal Highway near the Subic Bay Yacht Club up to the Kalayaan Residential area of the Subic Bay Freeport has become a regular passageway of  thieves who not only prey on Freeport establishments but on the fence itself, which has become a sure source of metals that scrap dealers readily buy.

Most stolen parts of the fence, however, have been neatly sawed-off, indicating that the thieves are more organized than are perceived to be.

Bgy. officials and law enforcers are rendered helpless, if not in cahoots, with the thieves which include minors being used by adults to take advantage of a Philippine law that is being abused as a shield for minors from legal action.

Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) Law Enforcement Department (LED) head Gen. Orlando Maddela (PNPret.) said his office lacks both men and equipment but despite the disadvantage, he and his men have been addressing the issue.

Maddela added that also yesterday, his men went after fence thieves in the area but were no match to the quicker and younger suspects who have no qualms diving into the murky and polluted waters that separate the Freeport from Olongapo City, particularly,  Bgy. Kalalake, largely regarded as the haven of thieves.

He said that today he has ordered LED Forest Rangers permanently deployed along the perimeter road even as he lamented the non-cooperation of barangay officials who seem to be cuddling the suspects.

Subic Bay News publisher Vic V. Vizcocho, Jr. took pictures of the daring Sunday afternoon thievery and here are some of the images:

A young man uses a stone to detach a metal brace of the Perimeter fence of the Subic Bay Freeport near the 14th Street Gate. Guarded by older men, the young thieves have been preying on the fence for several years now with authorities both of the SBMA and the City, particularly, the concerned barangays of New Kalalake, East Bajac-Bajac and Old Cabalan, appearing helpless if not in cahoots with the thieves. Most stolen parts of the fence, however, have been neatly sawed-off, indicating that the thieves are more organized than are perceived to be. SBNexclusivephoto by Vic V. Vizcocho, Jr.

Upon noticing that pictures of their daring broad daylight thievery of metal parts of the perimeter fence of the Freeport near the 14th St. Gate are being taken, the thieves scamper away. Law enforcers and barangay officials appear helpless, if not in cahoots, with the thieves, making the scene a familiar sight in the area. SBNexclusivephoto by Vic V. Vizcocho, Jr.

With his gang, a young man in broad daylight on Sunday afternoon uses a stone to detach a metal brace of the Perimeter fence of the Subic Bay Freeport near the 14th Street Gate. Guarded by older men, the young thieves have been preying on the fence for several years now with authorities both of the SBMA and the City, particularly, the concerned barangays of New Kalalake, East Bajac-Bajac and Old Cabalan, appearing helpless if not in cahoots with the thieves. Most stolen parts of the fence, however, have been neatly sawed-off, indicating that the thieves are more organized than are perceived to be.  SBNexclusivephoto by Vic V. Vizcocho, Jr.

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  1. kmel says: August 26, 2013

    s tambakan kng tawagin ay dead end ng 12th st.. positive po n ja lng nkatira yang mga yan.. talamak n bentahan din ng shabu. at mga magnanakaw dn at holdaper.. bata p lng tinuturuan n mag nakaw at mamalimos s magsaysay.. pakalatkalat lng dto smin mgayan.. s tabing daan lng nagsisitulog at araw gabi wlang tigil s sugal..perwisyo dn pag nagpapahinga n kmi s gbi. wla mgawa un brgy capt ng pag asa..

  2. fernandito lanada says: August 26, 2013

    ginawang inutil at paper tiger si roberto garcia at yung generala madela ba yun,is the laughing stock of the law enforcement world.golly,sayang sweldo nyo,law enforcem,ent?simpleng info gathering lang kahit high school ma-solve ito.ah kaya pala ilailipat….? move your asses pls?

  3. randy sionzon says: August 26, 2013

    unfair naman yata na hindi nakikicooperate ang mga barangay gen. madella ,jurisdiction mo yan gawin mo ang dapat at magtrabaho ka,huwag mo isisi sa iba ang mali mo magikot ka kasi para makita mo problema sa sbma led.harap harapan na ng mga tao mo ang nakawan wala naman ginangawa at itatawag pa sa barangay para rumesponde.

  4. Henry Ferrer says: August 26, 2013

    ang galing isisi sa mga barangay, e yung mga tao nga ng LED harap harapan nakikita yang mga bata na yan ni hindi nila pinagsasabihan. nasa SBMA ang area dapat lang siguro na pangalagaan mismo ng mga kinauukulan hindi yong maghahanap ng sisihin dahil sa mga kapalpakan nila…

  5. LFrank says: August 26, 2013

    I do not believe even for a second that lack of manpower and equipment are reasons why this problem cannot be resolved. Reading the article makes me think that SBMA leader and barangay officials (who condone this kind of stealing) are in cahoots with the thieves. It is sad to see that these young adults are condoned to steal. Surely, if the are not disciplined now, they will become professional thieves in their adult lives. What can the citizens do to help and prevent this from happening again and again?

  6. Dan says: August 26, 2013

    This is why the Philippines can’t have nice things. They steal from others blind for items that are worth next to nothing. Businesses will not comne to the PI if they suspect they will lose even the fence that is put up to protect their property.

  7. Jun Santos says: August 27, 2013

    Hindi naman po ata makatarungan na I-generalize niyo ang mga taga-Kalalake bilang mga Magnanakaw. At sa tingin ko po, Hindi magkakaroon ng nakawan kung visible at in-action ang mga tauhan ng SBMA. Magtulungan na lamang po tayo kaysa magsisihan.

    • Publisher says: August 27, 2013

      …wala naman pong sinabi na lahat ng mga taga-Kalalake ay magnanakaw… paki-basa po ng buo ang istorya…

  8. Jun Santos says: August 27, 2013

    hindi lahat ng nasa picture totoo,ginawa ba ng reporter na ito na magimbestiga muna at kausapin ang mga batang ito kung bakit sila nandun sa lugar o napadaan lang para makagawa ng istorya, kawawa naman ang mga batang ito nahusgahan kaagad.

    • Publisher says: August 27, 2013

      kitang-kita na nga po eh paano magiging hindi totoo? malinaw ang ginawa at ginagawa nila at gaya nang dati nilang gawi laban sa mga LED personnel na sumisita sa kanila ay nagtangka pang mambato ang mga iyan… ang pagtatanggol, pagtatakip at palusot na ganyan ang nagpapalakas ng loob at nagpapakapal ng mukha ng mga iyan kaya kung hindi po kayo umaayon sa masamang gawa, huwag na ninyong i-justify ang kanilang kabulastugan… hindi naman reporter sa tabi-tabi ang gumawa ng report kaya alam niya ang ginagawa niya… mungkahi po sa inyo kung hindi ninyo alam ang buong istorya ay kayo po ay mag-imbestiga…

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