The Cebu Provincial Police Office (CPPO) has intensified its monitoring on the activities of foreigners in Cebu after the arrest of a Brazilian national for possession of guns and illegal drugs. Supt. Rodolfo Albotra, chief of the Provincial Intelligence Branch (PIB) of the CPPO, said they are monitoring the arrival of foreign nationals in the province as well as their activities. Albotra said Sr. Supt. Noel Gillamac, CPPO director, has ordered the PIB to look into the possible involvement of foreign nationals in organized crime groups, especially those who already have criminal records in their home country. Brazilian national Delcon Tamayose was arrested in Danao City Monday for illegal possession of firearms and ammunitions as well as illegal drugs. Albotra said the PIB is set to meet with the Bureau of Immigration to check Tamayose’s background and possible involvement in any organized crime group. He said they are also coordinating with the Interpol Philippine Center for Transnational Crime on the background of the Brazilian national.