>> Tuesday, July 19, 2016

 Cordillera tests 659 rookie cops
CAMP DANGWA, Benguet -- The Police Regional Office tested 659 police recruits who took their mass oath on the parade grounds here Tuesday.
Chief Supt. Elmo Francis O. Sarona, regional director, said the 659 recruits – 499 men and 160 women – are now appointed their rank as Police Officer 1 (PO1).
“The strong 659 newly appointed PO1s should leave their civilian mentality and life for they are now government property,” Sarona said.
After taking their oath, the rookies get down and dirty, frolicking in the mud as part of their welcome reception tradition.
The PRO-Cor was allotted an 800-personnel quota for this year. A total of 1,519 applicants submitted their folders but only 444 of them passed the rigid screening and examinations.
In addition, 204 came from the PRO-1 while 11 from the PRO-3 to compose the 659 newly appointed PO1s.
The 500 able recruits will be turned-over to the Cordillera Administrative Training School (CARTS), while the remaining 159 will be assigned to the PRO-3 in Central Luzon.
Sarona said the recruits will still undergo Public Safety Basic Recruit Course for six months, and a Field Training Program for another six months.

Man shot dead in front of wife
BAGUIO CITY – A masn was shot dead here Tuesday noon in front of his wife here along Camia St., Sunnyside Fairview. Police said  Julius Amando, 48, married, vendor, was shot in the head and body by still unidentified man..
Investigation revealed that the victim and his wife Angelita Amando just alighted from  a jeep along Tacay Road from the Central Business District, then walked downwards when a man from behind shot the victim on the body and again on the head.  
The wife of the victim was shot on her left foot. A concerned citizen who noticed the incident immediately helped the victims and brought them to Baguio General Hospital for treatment where Julius Amando was pronounced dead on arrival by attending physician Dr. Oscar M. Halum Jr. while the wife was confined.

Fire razes Pudtol
municipal building 
PUDTOL, Apayao – The conference hall of the municipal hall here was partillay burned Tuesday around 10 a.m.
Investigation disclosed a certain Rufino Guillermo noticed smoke and fire was coming out from the windows of the conference room prompting him to seek help. Responding police, firemen and municipal workers aided to extinguish the fire. The fire originated from the loose connection that ignited flammable objects stored at the conference room. Damage was estimated at P190,000 while the VSAT Disk with complete accessories worth P331,528.68 and two ballot boxes were also burned.  No on was hurt during the incident. 

Salvage victim found in
Tabuk irrigation canal 
TABUK CITY – Police are now trying to identify a male cadaver found stuck on the water steel gate of the irrigation canal here at Sitio Nasgueban, Appas Wednesday around 3 p.m.. The 5’3-body was in advances stage of decomposition wearing white T-shirt with marking “Kwiksave” in front and camouflage short pants.
                The cadaver was hogtied with plastic straw and his legs with nylon string. Police said the victim might have been killed at an undisclosed place and later dumped at the irrigation canal and was carried away by strong water current until it was stuck at the spot where it was found by a resident. The cadaver bore a hole on the right part of his head. The cadaver was brought to Carbonel Funeral Homes here at Barangay San Juan.

Spurned Nigerian jailed for punching lady
BAGUIO CITY – A Nigerian national was arrested for punching a lady here July 10 around 5:45 a.m. outside the Spade Bar located here along Kisad Road. Victim Daphny Leg-owen Cobcobo, 23, filed charges against Agu Agustin Chukwwebuka, 28, student oft University of the Cordilleras, Nigerian national. Investigation disclosed the victim and her friends were drinking inside the bar when the suspect approached her and placed his arms around her shoulder. She resisted that resulted in a commotion between them until they were pacified by the bouncer. The victim with her friends went outside where the suspect followed them then suddenly threw a cigarette butt on her face prompting her to punch the face of the suspect who also punched her back on the face.

Man stabbed along Baguio public market
BAGUIO CITY – A man was stabbed here July 10 around 10 p.m. along Hanger Market identified as  Audrey Tello Edos, 21, miner, resident of Loacan, Itogon. The suspect who stabbed him once at his left abdomen is still unidentified.
 Investigation disclosed  victim and companions went to Althea’s bar located at the  public market to unwind. After consuming 1 bottle of gin, victim and one companion identified as Lito Binnong Hunnob decided to continue their drinking spree  at Baguio Country Sounds located at Upper Magsaysay.
While walking along Hangar market, three unidentified male persons challenged them to a fistfight. A commotion ensued but was immediately stopped as suspect’s group scampered to unknown direction upon seeing a mobile patrol descending near the area. Victim and companion then walked towards Upper Magsaysay, when he noticed blood in his T-shirt and discovered that he had a stab wound. Police brought him to the bagujio General Hospiotal and Medical Center for treatment.

Widower stabbed dead by son-in-law 
PENARUBIA, Abra – A farmer was stabbed dead here July 10 at about 9 p.m. at Sitio Galgalinis, Poblacion, Peñarrubia. The victim was identified as Roberto Baluawe Malangen, 58, widower, of Pidigan town while the suspect was his son in-law identified as  Jessie Fernandez Reyes Jr., 37, farmer, resident  of Galgalinis. 
Investigation disclosed that the victim was watching television when the suspect, who was under the influence of liquor, arrived and suddenly uttered in Ilocano dialect “Apay kanayonak nga ikaskasta (Why do you do this to me all the time).” The suspect approached the victim and stabbed his back several times and left side of his body. The victim was rushed to the Abra Provincial Hospital, Bangued, Abra but was pronounced dead on arrival by his attending physician.
Police arrested the suspect inside the St. Therese Church, Little Flower, Poblacion. The suspect was immediately brought to Abra Provincial Hospital for examination and is now under  custody of Peñarrubia police. Weapon was unrecovered.

Man jailed for ‘stealing’ P220,000
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – A man was jailed here last week for reportedly stealing cash of P220,000 from an office. A police report said a certain Ismael Tuyaon Danglipen, 47, a resident of FA-146 KM 5, Barangay Balilitold police their office located at the Langbis Bldg., Trading Post, 5 here was robbed by unidentified suspect/s.
Around 6 p.m., she discovered that the air vent of their office door was detached. She also discovered that the cover of his drawer was detached and the P220,000 was missing from the P400,000.00 kept therein. According to his employee, Celorde Espada, he saw Jimzon Cueva Naabus, (cousin of the complainant), roaming near the entrance of their office.
The complainant accompanied by Espada confonted Naabus at his residence in Barangay Pico where he admitted stealing the money. The complainant arrested the suspect and turned him over to La Trinidad police Station. Only P23,000 was recovered from the suspect. .

Brothers maul farmer over spilled soil
BAUKO, Mountain Province – Two brothers mauled a man here Monday for complaining that the soil they were excavating spilled over to a pathway near his house endangering passersby since it became slippery.
A police report said the incident happened at the Poblacion wherein the victim was identified as Leonardo Batikil Ticay, 56, farmer while the suspects were brothers Daniel and Renato Calayan.
Investigation disclosed their verbal altercation made the suspects maul the victim. The victim was brought to Luis Hora Memorial Regional Hospital for medical treatment.

Drinking bout inside tent leads to stabbing
BAUKO, Mountain Province – A drinking bout inside a tent resulted to stabbing of a farmer here Monday around 9:35 p.m. a police report said the incident happened along a road at Sitio Balicanao, Sadsadan, wherein the victim was named as Rommel Fontana Malukong, 27, of Pozorubio Pangasinan. The suspect was Ryan Dapdapig Gayo, 33, farmer.
Investigation disclosed the two had a heated argument the suspect stabbed the victim on his back. Gayo fled to unknown direction. Jun Lopez also, a farmer, brought the victim to the Luis Hora Regional Memorial Hospital in Barangay Abatan where ghe was confined.

Abra gov’t worker, farmer surrender guns 
LUBA, Abra – A municipal government employee identified as Marcelo C. Biscarra Jr., 37, married, surrendered here Monday a Cal. 9mm Browning pistol with expired license. The firearm is now under custody of Luba police. 
In another incident Monday in Daguioman town, Arturo Calang Aliswag, 68,  farmer, and a resident of Barangay Pikek also surrendered a Cal.22  pistol to cops.

Farmer lands in jail for rape
CALANASAN, Apayao – Cops arrested here Monday at the Poblacion a farmer for rape. Nabbed was Charlee Magne B. Parac, 23, married, of Barangay Namaltugan.
The arrest was made after Gemma P. Bucayu-Madrid, executive judge of RTC, Branch 12, 2nd Judicial Region, Sanchez Mira, Cagayan issued warrant for his arrest.

Man arrested for acts of lasciviousness
TABUK CITY, Kalinga – A certain Vergel Sanchez Boado, 34, driver, and a resident of Magsaysay here was nabbed Monday for acts of lasciviousness after arrest warrant was issued against him by Marcelino K Wacas, presiding judge, RTC, Second Judicial Region, Branch 25, Bulanao, Tabuk City.

Montero bumps miner now in critical condition
BAGUIO CITY – A pocket miner was rushed in critical condition Monday around 9 a.m.to the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center after he was accidentally bumped by a Mitsubishi Montero, driven by Nehemias Mallare Palor Jr., 53, resident of Block 3 L-31 Pinesville Fort Del Pilar.
A police report said the incident caused traffic after victim Hene Camitog Cabel, 24, of Manganes Ampucao, Itogon, Benguet was accidentally bumped by the vehicle which was on the way to Baguio City.
The victim who sustained physical injuries was brought by the driver to BGHMC. Responding traffic
investigators confiscated the driver’s license and  OR/CR of the vehicle.

Student hurt after van bamps him
TUBA, Benguet -- A student was bumped by a van here Monday around 5:35 p.m. along Marcos Highway, Palina, Taloy Sur driven by Danny Ngohayon Hangdaan, 35, laborer, a resident of Cares Castilla, Pugo, La Union.
Investigation disclosed that the vehicle was traversing towards the lowlands when suddenly the victim ran and crossed the road causing the accident. The student sustained injuries and was brought to the Baguio General Hospital by a concerned citizen. The parents of the victim and the driver settled the case wherein the latter will shoulder the hospital expenses and medication of the victim.

Missing person found hurtat Halsema Highest Point
ATOK, Benguet – A missing person was found at the highest point in Philippine road system Monday around 2:30 p.m. by one Roel B. Balian, driver, and resident of Canatngan, Paoay. Balian told police he assisted the wounded man and brought him to Atok District Hospital. Accordingly, he found the male person along the Highest Point, Halsema Highway in Sitio Cattubo.
Police identified the missing person as Uriel Dulpa Butangen, 21, student, of Sitio Daclan, Amlimay, Buguias town. Butangen was reportedly suffering from self-inflicted wounds when he tried to hang himself. He also reportedly slashed his left wrist.
Investigation revealed Butangen left their house at about 7:30 a.m. of July 9 and didn’t go home that prompted his mother Edita and sister Zephania to report to La Trinidad town police that he was missing. Butangen was confined at said hospital.

Man shot outside bar 
BAGUIO CITY – A man was shot here at the entrance of Benguet Liqour Store, 2nd Floor, Palangdao Building, 3rd Kayang Street on July 10 at about 10:30 p.m. wherein the victim was identified as Glenn Bumogas, laborer of Sanitary Camp who was shot  by still unidentified male suspect with a gun.
Investigation disclosed that victim was earlier asleep on his table in the bar due to drunkenness. After a while, the suspect entered the bar and asked the stay-in waitress identified as Diana Rose Ballitoc Natupalg, 23, if he can still be served with liquor but the request was was denied since they were closing. The suspect went out while the victim also woke up and proceeded outside. Afterwards, a gunshot was heard, and the waitress saw the victim sprawled on the floor with blood oozing from his left eye area. The suspect immediately fled after the incident. Victim was brought to Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center. It was not knonw if he survived at press time.


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