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PNP’s No. 4 man faces raps

Emmanuel Tupas - The Philippine Star
PNPâs No. 4 man faces raps
The charges against Maj. Gen. Arthur Bisnar, chief of the directorial staff, were filed before the Quezon City prosecutor’s office by Maritess Cabillan, a non-uniformed personnel assigned with the PNP Directorate for Comptrolership.
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MANILA, Philippines — The No. 4 man in the Philippine National Police (PNP) is facing complaints of grave abuse and unjust vexation.

The charges against Maj. Gen. Arthur Bisnar, chief of the directorial staff, were filed before the Quezon City prosecutor’s office by Maritess Cabillan, a non-uniformed personnel assigned with the PNP Directorate for Comptrolership.

A preliminary investigation on the complaints against Bisnar was held yesterday, according to a subpoena signed by Senior Assistant City Prosecutor Victorino Badua Jr.

No other details were available on the circumstances that led Cabillan to file complaints against Bisnar.

A copy of the subpoena showed the incident between the two occurred when Bisnar was the director of the PNP Directorate for Human Resource and Doctrine Development (DHRDD).

In April, Bisnar was accused of hurling profanities at officers of the  Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) at Camp Crame in Quezon City.

The CIDG National Capital Region (NCR) field office has requested the PNP leadership to take appropriate action to address the incident involving Bisnar, then DHRDD director, and the CIDG officers.

According to a police report, an irate Bisnar parked his vehicle in the CIDG-NCR field unit compound and confronted the guard on duty, claiming the compound gate encroached on the pedestrian lane.

Bisnar then shouted at CIDG-NCR chief Col. Randy Glenn Silvio, who had just arrived in his own vehicle. Silvio explained the gate’s removal was scheduled within the week but Bisnar kept shouting.

Before leaving in his vehicle, Bisnar also berated a police officer assigned at the CIDG for wearing a bracelet.

Bisnar’s outburst was witnessed by other CIDG police officers and civilian personnel.       

ARTHUR BISNAR

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