City police chief George Vale yesterday bared that his station is facing on how to deal with the piling up of motorcycles at the yard of city police station.
These motorcycles were impounded for various traffic violations, Vale told Bohol News Today yesterday. Many of these motorcycles are hauled and stacked at Camp Dagohoy due to limited space at police station here. Some were claimed by the owners but percentage of repossession by owners is minute.
Carnapping incidents, mostly single motorcycles, have dropped to its lowest with only two in November this year, police records showed. But the highest
is 21 that occurred during the month of March of the year followed by 17 during the month of April 2014. Data show that there are four in January; February, 15; May, six; June, five; July and August each had four; and September, 3; and October, five.
Meanwhile, crime volume here has increased to a total of 116 during November from 93 in October, police record said. The months of January, February and June posted a double digit figures — 83, 96 and 94, respectively. March had 122; Arpil, 116; May, 110; July, 107; August, 122; and September, 104. Theft in the city during the month of November had the highest with 68, higher than past months. January posted a total of 35; February, 44; March, 53; April, 47; May, 57; June, 49; July, 58; August, 59; September, 46; and October, 43, police record showed. On robbery in the city, the month of January had 17 cases; February, 16;
March, 32 (highest); April, 23; May, 16; June, 19; July, 17; August, 20; September, 19; October, 11; and November, 15. (rvo)