>> Tuesday, May 31, 2016

 Metro Bank manager attacked by client
BAGUIO CITY – A case for physical injuries was filed against a customer of Metro Bank here alng Magsaysay Avenue for attacking the bank manager.
A police report said the incident happened May 10 around 3:30 p.m. inside the bank  The victim was identified as Janine Reillo  Cuaresma, 26, manager of the Bank, and while the suspect was named as MonalizaMonesCabigao, of Barangay Guisad here.
 Investigation disclosed that the victim and the suspect had a heated argument that prompted the suspect to slap and scratch the victim’s face, then strangled the victim’s neck while uttering unsavory words. The incident was witnessed by victim’s office mates and client.

 Vehicle falls down Barlig ravine; 3 persons injured
BARLIG, Mountain Province – Thre persons were injured when the amaraw FX they were riding fell down a ravine here Wednesday around  9:30 p.m. along SitioFiawak, Barangay Lunas.tPolice said the vehicle was driven by AlgimMaingag, 24, of Barangay Kaleo.
Investigation disclosed that the driver with two companions identified as Darsel Lomas-e, 22 and Eloisa Foyaga, 24, were traversing a narrow and sharp curve portion of the road when the vehicle accidentally fell a 20- meter deep ravine. Victims were brought to Barlig District Hospital and later transferred to Luis Hora Hospital for medical treatment.  

Young man lands in jail for rape
BANGUED, Abra – An 18-year-old man was arrested here Wednesday at Consiliman, Zone 2, by cops for rape. Police named the suspect as Ryan Beljamin Bergonia, 18.
The arrest was made afer Judge CorpuzAlzate, RTC, Bangued, issued warrant for his arrest with no bail recommended.

 Man arrested for illegal mining
MANKAYAN, Benguet – A certain Jerome Bocanog Campos, 45, was arrested here at Barangay Tabio Wednesday for illegal mining.
                The arrest was made after Judge Jonathan Segundo, MTC, Mankayan, issued warrant against the suspect for Benguet for violation of Republic Act 7942 (Philippine Mining Act of 1996). Segundo set bail at P3,000 for emporary liberty of Campos. 

Carpenter jailed for manhandling wife  
BAGUIO CITY – A carpenter is now in jail for punching and strangling his wife and nearly slicing her neck with a bolo here May 11 around 89:30 a.m. at their house in Purok 4, Gibraltar.
The victim identified as Esther Wayas Moyamoy, 39, while her husband was named as Christer Makakteng Moyamoy, 45.
Investigation disclosed heated argument ensued between the couple when the suspect repeatedly punched his wife, took a bolo, strangled his wife, pressed a bolo to her neck while uttering expletives. Their daughter saw the commotion between her parents and immediately took the bolo from her father. Esther and her five children immediately left the house and reported the said incident to police who arrested the suspect.
Christer is now detained at Baguio City Jail. Case was referred at the Prosecutors Office.

Drunk man killed after falling down ravine 
KIANGAN, Ifugao – Police recieved a call here Wednesday informing them a cadaver was found at Junction Duit. The body was later identified as that of Rogelio DumanglegIndunan, 52,  resident of Palo, Duit.
Investigation disclosed that the victim had a drinking session Tuesday  night until 5 a.m. the next day. At around 9:30 a.m. that day, an 8 year-old girl, while walking in the area, saw the victim lying down. The victim allegedly fell down a 7-foot deep ravine. Responding personnel brought the victim to Lagawe General Hospital where he was declares dead on arrival by the attending physician. 

Young man shot while riding trike
BANGUED, Abra --   A young man was shot by still unidentified suspects here Wednesday at about 10:30 p.m. along Santiago St. Police identified the victim as Allan Dave AbquirenSaugen, 20.
Investigation disclosed that the victim and a certain Ray-lan Molina Puruganan, 20 were on board a Rusi motorcycle, when two men riding a motorcycle suddenly overtook them and shot the victim hitting his left shoulder. The suspects fled after the incident while the victim was brought to Seares Memorial Hospital for treatment.
Security guard nabbed for hitting 3-year-old daughter, woman
VILLAVICIOSA, Abra – A security guard was arrested for hitting his 3-year-old daughter with a stone and later manhandled a woman for trying to pacify him.
Police said the incident happened May 11 at about 3:30 a.m. here in Barangay LumabaVilliaviciosa. The victim was identified as Maria Majel Justo Laggada, 25, single, of Barangay Lumaba while the suspect was named as Emerson CabaocanMacabeo, 38, resident of Barangay Ap-Apaya.
Investigation disclosed that the suspect, under the influence of liquor and threw a stone at his daughter Queen Elisabeth Macabeo. Laggada tried to pacify the suspect but the suspect punched her on different parts of her body. The victim ran to their house and got a kitchen knife to defend herself and they struggled that resulted to a slice wound at the eyebrow of the victim. The victim was rushed by her relatives to Villaviciosa Medicare and Community Center for medical treatment. The suspect was arrested by responding cops.

Man hunted for trying to sneak in shabu at Abra jail 
BANGUED, Abra – Police are now looking for a certain Jerome Javier of Zone 7, here after he reportedly tried to sneak in shabu at the provincial jail here to be given to a detainee. 
A police report said on May 15, around 9 a.m. Julie Ann N Bello, OIC warden of Abra Provincial Jail, turned over two sachets suspected shabu to local police station afer these were delivered a day earlier by Javier.
Javier reportedly arrived at the gate of Abra Provincial Jail to visit a certain Arnold Almazan, detainee but was told visiting hours has ended. Javier, then left a white plastic bag to jail guard Roland Caniada Sambo requesting him to deliver the same to Arnold Almazan. Sambo, with other jail guards checked contents of the white plastic bag and noticed that the Crest Toothpaste placed inside it was leaking. When they checked it, hey saw the sachets containing shabu.

 Man denied bail for abuse of children
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – Police arrested a security guard identified as Rolando Merlin Javier, 46 here May 15 in km 3 Barangay Balili for violation of Republic Act 7610 or special protection for children against abuse.
This, after Manuel R Aquino, presiding judge of Regional Trial Court, First Judicial Region, Baklaon La Union issued warrant for his arrest with no bail recommended.
Motorcycle driver, rider hurt in collision with jeep
ATOK, Benguet – A jeep and a motorcycle collided here May 15, around 4:30 p.m. along Halsema Highway at km 35 Topdac, resulting to injuries of the driver and rider of the latter vehicle. 
A police report said the jeep registered to JunioKaslangenPasiteng of BulalacaoMankayanBenguet and driven by Johnny LamsisPasiteng of Buguias collided with the motorcycle with no plate number available owned and driven by Kirk Garambas, 22, of Balangsayan, MadaymenKibungan. Garambas had a back rider identified as Gretchen Kiloyen of Botiwtiw, km 3,  La Trinidad, Benguet.
 Investigation disclosed that the motorcycle is traversing at the place of incident towards Baguio City when the jeep coming from the opposite direction encroached the opposite lane and bumped said motorcycle. As a result of the incident, the motorcycle driver and his back rider sustained injuries and were both rushed to Benguet General Hospital for medical treatment. The driver of the jeep was arrested.
Old woman hospitalized
after van bumps her 
BAGUIO CITY – An 84-year-old woman in still in the hospital afer she was bumped by a commuter van here at the Dangwa Terminal May 15 around 10 a.m. 
The victim was identified as Luisa BuenevistaCostales, of Mabusto, Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya. She was injured and brought to Benguet General Hospital and Medical Center by driver JerwinPacsi Derik, 28, of Cotcot, Kabayan, Benguet. Investigation showed the latter was driving a Toyota Hi-Ace Commuter van with plate number XCU-227 while backing leaving their staging area heading towards  Magsaysay Ave.  when he bumped Costales.Police confiscated Deric’s driver’s licence and the van’s registration papers.

Truck  bumps motorcycle;driver leaves victims behind
LAGAWE, Ifugao – The driver of a dump truck is now being hunted after he reportedly bumped a motorcycle and fled leaving his victims sprawled on the road here about 4 p.m. of May 15.
Police said the incident happened at Macmac-ac Road, Poblacion East, wherein the blue Elf dump truck bearing plate no. RKY 2822 loaded with lumber driven by unidentified driver sideswept a blue Honda XRM motorcycle driven by Arsenio Kimayong, 20, of Barangay Boliwong who had two back drivers named as Glenda Kidayan and Wendel Pantaleon.
The driver of the truck after the incident reportedly fled towards towardsBoliwong. Responding cops rushed to Natuwolan Clinic where the victim lost consciousness due to injuries. Kidayan reportedly rushed him to the hospital. The  dump truck is still missing while the motorcycle was heavily damaged.

Woman hur as van rams Roadside, lands on its side
BAUKO, Mountain Province – A van flipped andf nearly fell down a cliff after it hit the roadside here around 6:20 p.m. on May 15 resulting to injuries to a passenger. A police report said the incident happened along the Halsema Highway at Mt. Data.
Investigation disclosed the Delica van was traversing towards Tapapan, Bauko,  when the driver identified as PioTulaliSiti noticed a stone on the road prompting him to evade it. All of a sudden, the vehicle slipped due to heavy rain and the driver lost control of the steering wheel, rammed the roadside and flipped landing on its side. One of the passengers identified as Mila DalisanDalang, 54, of Guinzadan Central, Bauko, was injured but she refused to have medical treatment.

Case prepared against suspect for threatening to kill old man 
LAGAWE, Ifugao – Charges are being prepared against a man who allegedly threatened his 67-year-old neighbor that he would kill him and stabbed his galvanized iron door several times hwne he could no get inside he later’s house.
A police report said the incident happened May 15 around 6:33 p.m. at the residence of Modesto B. Buyaco here at Inguiling Drive, Poblacion East wherein a certain Ricky Dinamling, suspect and neighbor, who was allegedly under the influence of liquor while shouting, stabbed several times the door of the house of the complainant and inflicted 20 holes.  Responding cops proceeded to the area but the suspect was not around. Buyacotoldf police while he and his disabled wife who suffered a stroke watching television, they heard the suspect shouting near their residence and heard another voice from another neighbor who shouted informing them that suspect while holding a double bladed instrument was proceeding to their house prompting him to close and lock their door. Dinamling reportedly threatened Buyaco that he would kill him. The suspect allegedly tried to forcely open the door and when he failed, he stabbed the door several times. 

Fire razes Banaue church 
LAGAWE, Ifugao – Fire engulfed a one-storey evangelical church here around 7 p.m. of May 15 here at Barangay Gohang. Police said the church made of wood and galvanized iron was consumed by the fire. Firemen were able to put out the the fire an hour later. Damage was pegged at half a million pesos. NO one was hurt in the incident.

Apayao house burned  
STA. MARCELA, Apayao-- – The house of a certain JomarTuldog Rosario, 26 at Purok 4, Barangay San Antonio was totally burned around 2:15 p.m. May 5. Police
Investigation found the house was left unattended by the owner while working at nearby. The house was made of Nipa walls, galvanized iron sheet and roof without electrical connection. Accordingly, the fire started at the kitchen where an earthen pot was left.Nobody was injured during the incident and estimated cost of damage was P35,000.

Woman with mental illness found drowned on canal
TABUK CITY – A 50-year-old woman with mental illness was found drowned at an irrigation canal here in Purok 6, Bulanao May 15 around 4:15 p.m.Police identified the victim as MayetLugaoAluyan, single, resident of FF-Cruz, Purok-6, Bulanao. According to Dillapus Aluyan, younger brother and immediate guardian of the victim, the victim was with them around 11 p.m. of May 14 but early morning of May 15, as his wife looked for victim so she will have breakfast, she was not around. Thinking that she just woke up and went roaming, they looked for her. They were later informed of a female person seen floating on the irrigation canal prompting them to go and positively identify the victim. The cadaver was brought to Carbonel Funeral shop. Police interviewed relatives who said there was no sign of doubt on the cause of the victim’s death.

Grade 3 pupil drowns in Apayao creek
LUNA, Apayao—A 9-year-old Grade 3 pupil was found drowned at a creek near the Lussok Cave at Barangay Dagupan around 6 p.m. on May 15. The victim was identified as King Zyrell Culita Bumanglag, resident of Purok Maligaya,  Dagupan.

 Police investigation disciosed qround 10 a.m. of May 14, the victim and his father, Allan Ternola Bumanglag went to Lussok Cave with some friends and had a picnic. Allegedly, the victim and some kids were playing and went to the creek to swim while his father was left at the cottage. According to George PacisParanal while he was on the creek, his feet felt a body under the water prompting him to seek help from Christopher Edu Sao. They brought the body of the victim to the cottage where Bryan Franco Felife, a registered nurse tried to revive him. The victim was rushed later to AMMA Jadsac District Hospital at nearby Pudtol town but was declared dead on arrival by the attending physician.


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