More bora-boras seized

DCPO intensifies drive against nuisance motorcycles

THE DAVAO City Police Office (DCPO) has intensified its operation against motorcycles with modified mufflers, or so-called bora-boras, after receiving reports against the nuisance vehicles plying the city streets in the wee hours.

DCPO Director Sr. Supt. Alexander Tagum, on Sunday night, immediately ordered the operation against bora-bora motorcycles plying along Tulip Drive in Juna Subdivision after receiving complaints that drivers of the nuisance motorcycles frequent the area.

Tulip Drive connects MacArthur Highway and TIMES Beach, passing the corner of Quimpo Boulevard in Barangay Matina Crossing.

The operation led to the arrest of four drivers past midnight yesterday.

The Talomo Police Station, under the direct supervision of Chief Insp. Ronald Lao, immediately conducted an operation Sunday night along Tulip Drive.

The first person to be apprehended at around 10 p.m. on Sunday at Tulip, however, was not for bora-bora but for violation of the anti-smoking law.

But the police patrol continued monitoring in the area until the wee hours – until 3 a.m. — along Tulip Drive, resulting to the apprehension of four bora-bora violators

The DCPO received reports from concerned individuals regarding the bora-bora motorcycles passing Tulip Drive after earlier operation conducted by Toril Police Station on Friday and Saturday led to the arrest of eight bora-bora drivers.