Traffic enforcer sues woman who hit him.
By Ivy Tejano
DAVAO CITY - The traffic en-forcer who was hit and berated in public by a woman over a traffic vi-olation has filed a complaint before the Davao City Prosecution Office on Thursday.
Facing charges for direct as-sault on person in authority is Crissamor Saya, 39, of General Santos City.
The complaint against Saya was filed by Dexter Roa, 32, a member of the Davao City Transportation and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO), and a resident of Tug-bok District in Davao City.
According to Roa, he was man-aging traffic along De Guzman Street, particularly in front of a school when he saw a silver Nissan vehicle parked on a "No Parking" and "No Waiting" area.
The vehicle was driven by one Richard Mibulos, reportedly the live-in partner of the suspect.
Roa approached the driver of the vehicle and was about to issue a citation ticket, but Mibulos refused to hand over his driver's license.
The irate passenger disem-barked from the vehicle and berat-ed the traffic enforcer. As the traf-fic enforcer continued to explain the policy and procedures, Saya also continued to berate Roa in public and accused the traffic en-forcers of Davao City as "nawong og kwarta" (one who is only after money).
Saya also punched Roa on the face and hit him on the left chest.