>> Friday, June 3, 2016

Baguio night market trader shot dead 
BAGUIO CITY – A woman trader at the Harrison Road night market here was killed after she was shot by still unidentified men here at Barangay Queen of Peace Wednesday around 1:15 a.m.
Police identified the victim as Jalil AminaTantao, 27,marriedwho was shot by unidentified suspects aboard a motorcycle.
Investigation showed Jabbar Corpuz Tantao and Faiz Saripada Tantao, also traders at the night market, both residents of Queen of Peace, saw the victim together with a certain AnsarTantao arrive at their residence on board their vehicle.  Tantao went inside their house leaving the victim in their vehicle when Jabbar and Faiz heard a gunshot and saw the victim with blood oozing from heer chest.  Jabbar saw a man wearing black bonnet, black jacket and black pants casually walk towards the direction of Lourdes extension. 
The victim was rushed at Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center for medical attention where she died around 3:23 a.m.
The incident was also witnessed by a female bystander who was at that time was buying a cigarette from a distance.  She said she could not  describe the gunman and driver of the motorcycle.
Cops recovered a spent shell at the scene.

Sison village exec shot dead
SISON, Pangasinan – Motorcycle-riding men gunned down a village councilman in this town on Monday night.
George Seranilla, 52, died while undergoing treatment at the Sacred Heart Hospital in Urdaneta City.
A manhunt has been launched for the assailants.

Maid hunted for slay of 15-year-old   
BAGUIO CITY – A maid is now the object of a manhunt after she allegedly killed a 15-year-old student Tuesday around 9 to 10:30 a.m. here at her employer’s house at Barangay Pinsao Proper.
Police identified the suspect MaritesJudan, of Burgos La Union. 
Investigation showed the victim’s brother named as Roger Montero and Arnold Tolentino Usana arrived home from delivering water to their customers when they met Judan at the parking area holding a blue bag and hurriedly asked them to ferry her to the market so she could get her salary from the victim’s mother. The duo boarded the suspect on their L300 FB Van heading to the market. When they were about to reach Naguillian Road, Baguio Judan requested the duo to unload her along the said road. Montero and their driver then went home and saw suspect and saw the victim at their comfort room lying on the floor with stab wound on her neck. The victim was brought to Baguio General Hospital and Madical Center where she was declared dead on arrival by attending physician.
Police recovered the knife near the pool of blood inside the comfort room. The victim’s cellular phone was missing. Bagjio police coordinated with Burgos cops to arrest Judan.

Man nabbed for syndicated estafa 
BAGUIO CITY – Police arrested a man here Tuesday at the Justice Hall for syndicated estafa. Policve identified the suspect as Norbert Bayani Doria 36, Bagong Barrio, Caloocan City. Doria’s arrest warrant was issued by Emmanuel C. Rasing,  presiding judge of Regional Trial Court,  1st Judicial Region, Branch 3, Baguio City. Doria was detained on Rasing’s order.

Apayao businesswoman loses P80,000 to thief
LUNA, Apayao – A businesswoman identified as Nieves Bumanglag Viernes, 62, of Maligaya, Dagupan here reported to police she was victimized by unidentified suspects inside her residence Tuesday night.
Investigation disclosed that about 10 p.m. that night, the victim placed her sling bag containing cash collection after selling bananas amounting to P80,000 on her bed. On Wednesday at about 5:30 a.m. the victim discovered her cash collection missing from her sling bag and its contents replaced with a pink female shirt. Investigation revealed unidentified suspect/s used the main door of the house which was unlocked by the victim as entry and exit.

Baker issued arrest warrant in jail for estafa
BAGUIO CITY – Police served arrest warrant Tuesday for estafa to a certain Rossini Aquino Pepi, 27, baker, here of Interior Rimando Road, Holy Ghost Extension,
The warrant was issued Sept. 22, 2015 by Maria Ligaya V. Itliong-Rivera presiding judge of RTC Branch 5, Baguio City. Rivera recommended bail of P100, 000 for Rivera’s temporary liberty.
The warrant was served at the city jail where Pepi is serving time for another estafa case.

Buguias farmer arrested for rape 
BUGUIAS, Benguet – A farmer wanted for  rape was arrested here Tuesday by cops at Antopac, Buyacaoan. Police identified the suspect as Arnold SalipanLumbadi, 35. Sergio T. Angnganay Jr., acting judge of RTC, Branch 64 Abatan here issued arrest warrant with no bail recommended. 

Widow nabbed for estafa
FLORA, Apayao -- A widow was arrested here Tuesday at her residence after warrant was issued against her for estafa. Police named the suspect Patricia A. Sanagen, 62. Presiding judge of RTC, Branch 26, 2nd Judicial Region at the capital town of Luna set bail bond of P30, 000 for her temporary liberty.

Kuwait national manhandles Filipina girlfriend in office
BAGUIO CITY – A Kuwait national was arrested here Monday for manhandling his Filipina girlfriend and charged for violation of Republic Act 9262 (violence against women and children).
A police report said the incident happened here at No. 10 Purok 2, Justice Village, Bakakeng Norte at 2nd Floor of EDY Building, Kisad Road at about around early morning.
It was here where suspect Rizwan Khan Javed, 28, online teacher, resident of Pico La Trinidad, Benguet allegedly twisted the right arm and locked both hands and feet of the complainant and after which he choked and humiliated Ana Filipina M. Estepa, 26, administrative and accounting officer, native of Bauang La Union and presently residing at No. 10, Purok 2, Justice Village in front of her co-workers.
Investigation disclosed Estepa decided to separate ways with her boyfriend. However, the later refused and got angry prompted him to inflict injuries on the complainant.

HRM student dies in suicide incident
BAGUIO CITY – A young man died after committing suicide at their home here Tuesday around 8 a.m. at Old Site SLU-SVP Housing. A police report identified the victim as Bryan Angelo Macaraeg Gonzales, 20, single, HRM student of University of Baguio. 
Investigation showed the victim climbed the steel fence on the front portion of the house then made his way to the roof using the water tank ladder going to the rear portion of the 4-storey Clemente’s Apartelle then jumped on the ground.
Responding personnel of EMT 911 applied first aid to the victim then rushed the same to Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center where the victim was declared dead at about 9:12 p.m. due to brain injury.
 The victim’s father Ramon O. Gonzales said they observed slashes on both arms of his son. The victim allegedly drank boiled Trumpet Lily two weeks ago so they brought him to the BGHMC psychiatry ward but was released after treatment.
The victim reportedly had two suicide attempts by climbing their house going to the roof but was prevented by family members.The remains of the victim was brought to BGHMC morgue.

Red Cross radio transceiver recovered from trike driver  
BONTOC, Mountain Province – Police recovered a handheld radio transceiver Wednesday from tricycle driver identified as Joseph Ceasar Oya-oy Fiaroque, 25, native of Poblacion, Natonin town after he allegedly took this from the Philippine Red Cross office here.
Police said Veronica TacbasTactay, 41, provincial Red Cross administrator reported the suspect took the transceiver radio worth P7,500 owned by  said office.
Police recovered the radio from Fiaroque. Chelsea FagyanOdchin, a volunteer at the same office, said that day at about 2:30 p.m., she saw the suspect manipulating the radio and noticed it was missing later that prompted them to report the incident to police.

 Bucay electrician arrested for gun
TAYUM, Abra – Police arrested Wednesday the municipal electrician of Bucay town here for having in his possession a Cal. 45 handgun loaded with six bullets without legal papers. 
The suspect was identified as Louie AvillanosaTejero, 27. Tayum police said they stopped a motorcycle driven by the suspect at a checkpoint after noticing the hand grip of the firearm protruding from a sling bag of Tejero.The arrested person and firearm were brought to Tayum police station where charges were prepared against Tejero for illegal firearm.

Farmer, female companion nabbed for shabu in Abatan
BUGUIAS, Benguet – A farmer and his female companion were arrested here Wednesday for allegedlhy having in their possession “shabu” worth P7,000.
A police report said Janet Pascual Daplian, 31 and Bryan Pagaduan Bosetan, 28, were nabbed around 1 p.m. on the sidewalk in front of police station here at Abatan Proper. 
Investigation disclosed a tipster reported to cops that a certain “Janet” and “Bryan” were about to deliver “shabu” at Bacoling Compound, Abatan that prompted police to arrest the two suspects while passing in front of the police station. Confiscated  were drug paraphernalia and shabu weighing 1.32 grams  valued at P2,000 from Bosetan, while shabu weighing 2.09 grams valued at P5,000 was confiscated from Daplian including a black SSK cell phone.

Local drug group ‘member’ arrested in sting operation
BAGUIO CITY -- A member of a local drug group was arrested anew in a sting operation hatched by operatives of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Cordillera last week here along Kitma Road, Bakakeng Central.
Jeffrey Pamitan Damian, 32, cook, and a resident of said barangay was nabbed when he sold two heat-sealed sachets containing shabu weighing 5.0843 grams worth P10,000 to a Philiippine Drug enforcement Agency  agent.
Damian was previously arrested during a buy-bust operation on Feb. 15, 2013.  He was, however, acquitted on August 27, 2015 due to inconsistencies in the testimony of the witness against him. Despite his acquittal, Damian continued to ply his illegal drug trade, a police report said.
Damian’s apprehension brings to 11 the number of members of local drug groups arrested by PDEA-CAR this year.
He is now detained at the PDEA-CAR regional office pending filing of violation of Republic Act No. 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 before the court.

Estafa case leads to arrest of female farmer
TUBLAY, Benguet – A female farmer was arrested here Wednesday at Tublay Central for estafa. The supect was identified as MarlynPucayAndales, 26.Cecilia Corazon S. Dulay-Archog, acting presiding judge, RTC Branch 6, Baguio City issued arrest warrant against Andales  recommending bail of P50,000 for her temporary liberty.

Baguio cops arrest woman in Manila for estafa cases
BAGUIO CITY – A police tracker team here arrested a certain Vanessa Kalang-ad Peckley a.k.a Jane Louise ValencerinaBalse, 36 at Bureau of Customs Bldg, MIA Road, Pasay City on May 19 for three cases of estafa. Arrest warrants against her were issued by Judge Maria Ligaya V Itliong-Rivera of RTC Branch 5, Judge Asuncion Fikingas-Mandia of RTC Branch 7 and Judge Emmanuel C Rasing of RTC Branch 3, Baguio City. Bail bond was set at P120,000.  Arrest warrants for another two cases for violation of Batas Pampansa  22 (Anti-Bouncing Checks Law) were issued by Judge Glenda T Ortiz-Soriano of RTC Branch 5 and Leody M Opolinto of MTCC Branch 3, both in Baguio City with  recommended bail of P2,000 each.

15 persons nabbed in Cordillera for crimes
CAMP DANGWA, La Trinidad, Benguet – Fifteen persons were arrested in different parts of the region the past two weeks for various crimes.
Daniel N. Mangoba, 29 was arrested in Sta. Elena, Calanasan, Apayao, Monday for grave threat with recommended bail bond of P12, 000.
 Rossini Aquino Pepi, 27 was arrested in Rimando Road, Baguio City, Monday for estafa with bail set at P80,000.
 Norbert BayaniDoria, 36 was arrested in front of Caloocan City Justice Hall Monday for syndicated estafa. Judge Emmanuel C. Rasing of the RTC, First Judicial Region, Branch 3, Baguio City issued warrant for his arrest.
Norman Pacya-an Ta-ep, 32 of Mankayan, Benguet was arrested Monday for violation of Republic Act 9262 (Anti- Violence Against Women And Their Children) with bail set at P120,000.
 Arnold SalipanLumbadi, 35, was arrested in Buguias, Benguet, Tuesday for rape with no recommended bail.
Patricia A. Sanagen, 62 was arrested in Flora, Apayao Tuesday for  estafa with a fixed bail bond of P30, 000.
 In Atok, Benguet, live-in partners charged with illegal possession and use of false treasury or bank notes identified as Sonny Serrano Manabat, 40  andAgustinaGalwanUllagon, 31  were arrested in Barangay Abiang, May 21. Manabat was also wanted for rape in Kiangan, Ifugao with a warrant of arrest issued by Judge Romeo U. Habbiling who recommended no bail for.
In Pinukpuk, Kalinga, Jeffrey ItayAgnas was arrested at his residence in May 20 after arrest warrant was issued against him by Judge Marcelino K. Wacas of RTC, Branch 25, Bulanao, Tabuk City, Kalinga for carnapping with bail set at P180, 000..
In Baguio, Noe MamornoBrabante, 52 was arrested in PurokBobon, Loakan Proper May 21by police from Baguio, Tadian, Mt. Province and Regional Intelligence Unit after arrest warrant was issued against him by Judge Joseph A Patnaan  of RTC Branch 35, Bontoc, Mt. Province for two counts of rape in relation to with no bail recommended.  
 Walter Nicolas Manguba, 23  andAvelino Nicolas Manguba Jr.  64 both residents of Calanasan, Apayao, were arrested on May 21 for grave threat with a recommended bail of P12,000.
RomyQuirimo Cervantes was arrested in Camp Allen, Baguio City on May 20 for theft  with bail set at P6,000.
Sharon BestogoyKilip, 36 was arrested at her residence in Poblacion, Mankayan, Benguet May 20 for serious physical injuries with bail of P6, 000 while PobreBalanayCalventas, 55, retired police officer and was arrested at Tabuk City, Kalinga May 20 for grave threats and attempted homicide both with bail set at P2,000 and P12,000 respectively. 


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