Mandaue City gets new police chief

By: Norman V. Mendoza July 11,2015 - 02:08 AM

SENIOR Supt. Mariano Natu-el Jr. on Wednesday assumed post as officer-in-charge of the Mandaue City Police Office (MCPO).

Natu-el replaced Supt. Julian Entoma, who served as OIC of the MCPO for two months after former MCPO chief, Senior Supt. Petronili Baldebrin’s transfer to Camp Crame.

Natu-el is back in Cebu after a stint in Negros Oriental where he headed the provincial police office.

Natu-el is a former chief of the Lapu-Lapu City Police Office. He was OIC of the Cebu City Police Office before his assignment to Negros.

“I am glad and happy to be assigned here and I think we will be peaceful and efficient as the mayor gives his best support to the police,” said Natu-el in a phone interview.

Natu-el has attended meetings to discuss security preparations for next month’s Asia-Pacific Economic Conference (APEC) meet.

In another development, the Traffic Enforcement Agency of Mandaue (TEAM) has a new director.

Glenn Antigua took over after former TEAM director Edwin Ermac retired last July 1.

Antigua served as Ermac’s assistant.

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