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School principal arrested for carrying unlicensed gun, bullets, grenade

School principal arrested

A school principal was arrested by the police for possession of unlicensed firearms, bullets and grenade.
The police nabbed Nestor Balando Ada, a 55-year-old principal of Rosario National High School (RNHS) under a search warrant.

The operatives confiscated one caliber-.45 pistol, one short steel magazine, four live ammunition and one hand grenade.

“I urge those possessing unlicensed firearms to coordinate with your local police for voluntary surrender and safekeeping. I also encourage you to secure all documents needed under our laws to legally own firearms otherwise we will be compelled to apply for a search warrant against anybody,” NSPPO chief Col. Arnel Apud said.

Rosario National High School  is a public secondary educational institution.

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