LAND Transportation Office chief Edgar Galvante is facing charges of grave coercion, grave misconduct, grave abuse of authority, gross neglect of duty, usurpation of authority, unjust vexation and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service before the Ombudsman.”¨
Romeo Fidel, Christopher Rodriguez, Michael Evangelista and Mark Anthony Sano of the Amazing Transport Inc. from Bulacan also included retired colonel Rolando Abelardo, LTO law enforcement chief; Orlando Dunque Jr., a law enforcer, and Roberto Martin, Pasang Masda national president, in the charges.
In a separate complaint sheet, Fidel and Rodriguez alleged Abelardo and Dunque apprehended their UV express vans while at cruising the North Luzon Expressway in Tabang Guiguinto, Bulacan; towed away their vehicles, and issued a temporary operator’s permit on Sept. 2.
They questioned the apprehension, saying they were not operating out of line and did not violate any regulation and presented an April 24, 2015 letter of Martin, who complained about the illegal operation of UV express vans at the NLEX exit.”¨
On June 1, Martin even accompanied the apprehending officers. On the other hand, Evangelista and Sano filed another complaint against the accused before the Ombudsman, accusing Martin as behind”¨the apprehension of FX vans operating also at the NLEX exit on Sept. 2.