Marlon Valdesco : “Gingoog City Cop Dies in Gun Accident”

By | February 29, 2024



Accident – Death – Obituary News :

The Tragic Incident in Gingoog City, Misamis Oriental

On the evening of Wednesday, February 28, 2024, a devastating incident occurred in Gingoog City, Misamis Oriental, resulting in the untimely death of a dedicated policeman. Chief Master Sergeant Marlon Valdesco, a resident of Quezon, Bukidnon, tragically lost his life in a shocking turn of events.

The Policeman’s Duty in Barangay Binakalan

Chief Master Sergeant Valdesco was assigned in Barangay Binakalan, Gingoog City, where he served as the team leader of the Revitalized-Police Sa Barangay (R-PSB) under the 1001st Maneuver Company of the Regional Mobile Force Battalion (RFMB). His commitment to maintaining peace and order in the community was commendable, and his presence will be greatly missed.

The Tragic Accident

During his duty, Chief Master Sergeant Valdesco accidentally discharged his issued firearm, resulting in a fatal injury to his left thigh and vital organ. Despite the immediate efforts of his team members to rush him to the hospital, he tragically did not survive the incident. The loss of such a dedicated officer has sent shockwaves through the community and the Police Regional Office-Northern Mindanao (PRO-10).

Support for the Bereaved Family

In the wake of this heartbreaking loss, the PRO-10 has pledged to provide necessary support and financial assistance to Chief Master Sergeant Valdesco’s bereaved family. The entire region mourns the passing of a valiant officer and offers their thoughts and prayers to his loved ones during this difficult time. The support and assistance extended to the family aim to ease their burden as they navigate the painful journey of grief and loss.

The tragic incident in Gingoog City serves as a poignant reminder of the dangers that law enforcement officers face in the line of duty. The bravery and selflessness displayed by Chief Master Sergeant Marlon Valdesco will be remembered and honoured in the hearts of those he served and protected.