- Other crimes decreased, murder rate up by 18% starting 6 months ago
- Spine-chilling footage of police mercilessly shooting unarmed and tame suspect at RCBC San Pedro Laguna
- She is out! Philippines' dreaded "Shabu Queen" turns herself in
- Sibak na kayo! Bato to dismiss 174 policemen who tested positive for drug use before Christmas
Bato said that he is willing to go to jail if it is proven that he committed violations when he went to Las Vegas to watch the Pacquiao-Vargas fight, ringside.
Duterte'as administration is expected to burn confiscated illegal drugs so that the public will not suspect that gov't officials are selling them afterwards.
President Rodrigo Duterte is undeniably popular to many Filipinos who support his advocacy. This may have led to one of his supporters pinching his cheeks.
PNP Chief Bato Dela Rosa said that ‘kotong’ cops will be punished if they use the war on drugs to extort drug lords and pushers.
PNP Chief Bato dela Rosa came up with a list of 54 celebs allegedly involved in drugs.The list was derived from "caught" celebs who tagged the 54 as customers.
PNP chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa announced in a press conference on Monday the turnover of the celebrity narco-list to President Rodrigo Duterte.
PNP chief Director General Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa told the media on Monday that ASEAN police leaders have commended his anti-drug campaign in the Philippines.
An anticrime crusader was killed by 2 high ranking police officers (Senior Inspector and Inspector) after she was lured by a text message to go out of her home.
Infamous hitman and self-confessed Davao Death Squad member Edgar Matobato says he is ready to die to pay for the sins he made and for the lives he has taken.
Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa” said that the drug war is already taking its toll on his health and well-being.
PNP Chief Bato broke his silence regarding the viral picture of two lady cops posing with Mark Anthony Fernandez, who was arrested for possessing marijuana.
PNP Chief Bato dela Rosa said that drug lords might have been involved in the Davao City bombing on Friday night