Airport authorities said on Saturday that another computer shop owner was arrested for illegal fabrication of Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) access passes.
Wilbert Guerra, owner of Warrior Computer Shop in Aeroville Village, Pasay City, was arrested at his photo and printing shop during a joint operation by the Airport Police
Investigation and Intelligence Division by the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) and the National Bureau of Investigation-Counter Intelligence Division.
This is the second arrest since May 30 against computer shop owners involved in illegal manufacture of NAIA monthly identification cards.
The forged ID cards were being sold for P100 each to interested buyers, either outsiders or those who are already working at the NAIA.
Guerra was charged with violation of Article 172 of the Revised Penal Code or Falsification of Public Documents at the Pasay City Prosecutors’ Office.
MIAA assistant general manager for security and emergency services Salvador Peñaflor said earlier that the illegal activity may pose a serious threat to security.
Last month, airport cops and NBI agents collared 47-year-old Julian del Rosario at his computer shop also in Pasay just a few block from the NAIA for the same offense.
Benjie L. Vergara