>> Friday, October 7, 2016

Jealous lady hacks young housekeeper
BAGUIO CITY – A young housekeeper was hacked by an unemployed woman here Tuesday out of jealousy around 7:30 p.m. during a drinking spree. A police report said the incident happened at No. 60 South Central, Aurora Hill. The victim was identified as Kimberly Ann Ladines Quimson, 24 and resident of the house. She was allegedly hacked by Flordeliza Oliver Flores, of  No. 51 South Central, Aurora Hill.
Investigation disclosed both were having a drinking session with companions when the suspect accused the victim of having an illicit affair with her live-in partner. A heated argument ensued between them wherein the suspect threw a shoe on the face of the victim. The victim left and went inside her room but the suspect followed her with a bolo and hacked her twice. As a result, the victim was lacerated on her left hand and back. 
Police arrested Flores.

Attempted homicide lands man in jail
LAMUT, Ifugao – Cops arrested Tuesday Federico Munar Dela Cruz, 57here at Sitio Solang Barangay Pieza for attempted homicide. This, after warrant was issued against him by  Judge Gregorio Agapito P. Nuestro of 3rd MCTC of Villaverde-Quezon Nueva Vizcaya. Nuestro set bail for P12,000 for temporary liberty of the suspect.

Students to get reward for info on drug suspects
TUBAO, La Union – A P2,000-reward is being offered to high school students in this town for information on drug personalities.
Mayor Dante Garcia announced the reward during an anti-illegal drug symposium at the Tubao National High School recently.
“The reward for students is just an extension of the reward system we are giving to our policemen if they arrest an illegal drug suspect. I’ve been offering P10,000 each for our police,” Garcia said.
Garcia was included on a list of local officials suspected to be involved in the illegal drug trade.  He denied the allegation, adding he is confident authorities would eventually clear him. – Jun Elias 

Woman arrested for estafa in Itogon 
ITOGON, Benguet – Police arrested here Tuesday Jinline Binwag Ullani, 41, single, native of Lagawe, Ifugao after warrant was issued against her by Judge Glenda T. Ortiz-Soriano, of MTCC, Branch 2, Baguio City for estafa. Suspect was nabbed at First Gate, Ucab here around 11 a.m. The judge set P20,000 bail for Ullanin’s temporary liberty.

Two women nabbed for estafa, another for bouncing checks
BAGUIO CITY – Three women were nabbed here in separate occasions Tuesday for estafa and bouncing checks.
Arrested at Purok 6, Upper Pinget was Adora Abuan Langbayan a.k.a Adoracion Langbayan, 40 after warrant was issued against her by  Leody M. Opolinto, presiding judge of Municipal Trial Court in Cities, First Judicial Region, Branch 3, Baguio City with bail set at P12,000.
Also arrested along Abanao St was Rosemarie Liwan Paculan, 49, Tapapan, Bauko, Mt. Province and Felicitas Gonzales Aquino, 71, businesswoman, of Caba. La union.
Bail of P30,000 for two cases each against Aquino was set by Emmanuel Cacho Rasing, judge of Regional Trial Court, Branch 3, Baguio City.
Meanwhile, cops arrested Juliet Ventura Aglasi, 33 after warrant was issued against her by Delilah N. Gonzales-Munoz, presiding judge of Municipal Trial Court of La Trinidad, First Judicial Region, Benguet Province for violation of Batas Pambansa Bilang 22 two cases with bail of P5,000 for each case.

Bus, motorcycle  collide; two seriously hurt
SABLAN, Benguet – A vehicular traffic accident transpired here Tuesday around 2 p.m. along Quirino Highway in Amocao, Bayabas involving a Baguio City-bound Fariñas Bus  driven by Freddie Pascua Cortez, 51, of Calangcuasan, Salcedo, Ilocos Sur and motorcycle driven by  Nicklai Akia Gacay here of Salat Poblacion, who had back rider named Bobby Ladoana Contig of Palali also of this town.
 Investigation disclosed while the bus was traversing the road the motorcycle stopped on the other lane, suddenly maneuvered and encroached the lane of the bus that caused the accident. As a result, the occupants of the motorcycle were seriously injured and rushed by fire and health personnel of Sablan to Baguio General Hospital Medical Center in Baguio City. The motorcycle was badly damaged while the bus has broken windshield and dented bumper.

Man nabbed in hospital for shabu
BAGUIO CITY – Cops nabbed here Tuesday a certain Randy Caritativo Manaois, 35, resident of Holy Ghost Barangay for illegal possession of P32,040 worth shabu and drug paraphernalia at the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center compound.
Also confiscated from the suspect in the 8 p.m. buy-bust operation were digital weighing scale, P1,000 buy-bust money and two cellphones.

Man arrested along Session Road for shabu
BAGUIO CITY – A man was nabbed here along Session Road Wednesday midnight for illegal drugs. Arrested was Christopher Reyes, 39, resident of km 4, La Trinidad, Benguet. Around 20 grams of shabu were confiscated from him.

 9-year-old girl hit by trike; seriously hut  
LAGAWE, Ifugao – A 9-year-old girl was seriously injured when she was hit by a motorcycle here Tuesday evening along Lumingay Road Poblacion North. A police report said the vehicle was driven by Brandon Tayaban Alindayo while the victim was identified as Atolba Tayaban, grade III pupil of Lagawe Central School.
Investigation disclosed while the vehicle described as “ulong-kulong” was speeding descending towards Lagawe Proper from Barangay Burnay it accidentally hit the victim injuring  her waist. The victim was rushed to Natuwolan Clinic for medical treatment and later referred by her attending physician to Panopdopan District Hospital, Lamut, Ifugao for further treatment.

Drug campaign lessens crime in Santiago
SANTIAGO, Ilocos Sur-After launching a series of anti-illegal drugs campaign in this town, crime has been reduced to 90 percent, making Santiago peaceful and orderly.
Mayor Josefino Miranda bared this saying usual crimes committed in this town were brought about by drugs, saying 90 percent of troubles and crimes committed and vehicular accidents were traced to drugs.
While there were few negative feedback in other areas, "Operation Tokhang" got positive response and support from the public in this town, once percieved one of the most drug-affected towns in Ilocos Sur.
“Our town has become so peaceful after the police launched Operation Tokhang, making the hundreds of drug ushers and even pushers surrender out of fear perhaps."
Miranda said he was shocked to learn that more than 300 of his constituents dubbed as drug personalities yielded when the police started crack down on illegal drugs here.
But he said there was no climate of fear in his town, saying Santiago is one of the most peaceful towns in the province.
Senior Insp. James Calibuso, chief of police, also reported that 319 have surrendred voluntarily while one death was reported in a legitimate operation and another one was killed by unidentified armed men.
Store owner Vicky Gabuni of Barangay Sabangan also said that they can now say that their area is now so peaceful, orderly and silent during night time, compared, she said, to the past that even during wee hours in the night "several drug addicts roam the barangay causing fear among the public." -- Myds Supnad

Baguio shooting victim still in coma
BAGUIO CITY – A resident here is still in coma after he was shot here Monday around 11:55 p.m. in front of Rhenjells Eatery, Bonifacio Street.
The victim was identified as Patrick Ngaep Aclayan, 36, of Barangay Poliwes. Initial investigation disclosed that prior to the incident, the victim was eating at said eatery when suddenly unidentified suspect who came from behind shot the victim twice on his body.
The suspect went towards nearby overpass and boarded a white Crosswind vehicle with no license plate and fled to unknown direction. The victim who managed to walk, sought help from one Rudy Bacoco Layagan, 36, who assisted him to Benguet General Hospital and Medical Center for treatment.
Ralph Alcid, 57, security guard of Decibar Building, Bonifacio St., said he heard two gunfires and saw one male person wearing black bonnet, gray jacket, maong pants 5’6 to 5’7 in height hurriedly leaving the area and boarded said vehicle.

PUJ driver shot
BAGUIO CITY – A public utility vehicle driver is still in critical condition after he was shot around 6:50 p.m. here Monday in front of their residence at Purok 1, Holy Ghost Extension.
A police report said victim Hubert C. Coyoy, 37, arrived home driving his PUJ and parked it in front of their residence and went inside their house.
After few minutes later, the victim went outside to fix his vehicle. Later, the victim’s mother-in-law, Leona Ticagan heard two successive gun shots that prompted her to go outside and saw the victim lying beside his vehicle with blood oozing from his head.
The victim was rushed to a hospital and is now under observation. The victim was under city police drug watch list. Footage captured by CCTV camera installed near the crime scene is subject for review to identify the gunman.

2 nabbed in Tadian for forestry law violation
TADIAN, Mountain Province – Two men were nabbed here Monday for violation of forestry law Presidential Decree 705 and Chainsaw Act. They were identified as Noble Bai Soliken, 37 and Salvador Agarto Sapaw, 35, both residents of Barangay Bunga. Bail was set at P50,000 each by Judge Joseph Patnaan of RTC Branch. 35, Bontoc, Mt. Province who issued their arrest warrants.

Back hoe operator electrocuted in Tublay  
TUBLAY, Benguet – A certain Jun Agustin Mayos, 38, back hoe operator, employed at Tagle Corp., of Poblacion, Bokod town died here Monday after he was accidentally electrocuted at the TC parking area. 
Investigation disclosed Lemon Abance Banto, co-worker of the victim, saw the victim lying unconscious on the ground beside an iron pipe electric post that prompted him to help the victim.
When Banto held the victim’s hand, he felt a flow of electricity that caused him to call for help from their co-workers. They aided one another in pulling the victim from the place and rushed him to Benguet General Hospital for medical attention but he was pronounced dead on arrival by attending physician Ranilyn Lozañez.
The remains of the victim lies at the BeGH for autopsy as requested by his relatives and employer.

Sarona inaugurates Kalinga PNP buildings  
PASIL, Kalinga – Two new buildings, Pasil Municipal Police Station and Kalinga Provincial Headquarters were inaugurated by regional police director Chief Supt. Elmo Francis Sarona last week.
The Pasil building was around P4.7 million while the Kalinga PPO building was more than P10.7 million of which the Kalinga provincial government donated P4 million.
Among the guests was acting provincial governor James Edduba.
After the inauguration, a meeting was conducted attended by different agencies, mayors and barangay officials.
The latter raised their concern on how to motivate their constituents to stop cultivation of marijuana and proposed construction of roads, irrigation systems  and immediate livelihood programs.

Abra ‘Illegal drug pusher’ shot dead
TAYUM, Abra – An alleged illegal drug pusher was shot here
Sept. 25 around 8:10 p.m. at  Poblacion. The victim was identified as Nestor Buenavista Lopez, 34, unemployed, listed under Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency  as pusher.
 Investigation disclosed that the victim was on his way to his residence when suddenly he was shot by the unidentified suspects. The victim sustained lone gunshot wound on the left part of his stomach and was rushed to the Abra Provincial Hospital, Bangued, Abra by responding cops.

‘Drug user’ surrenders
DOLORES, Abra – A certain Christopher Bunag Tordil, user, 42,  farmer surrendered to police admitting he was and illegal drug user.

Van goes down Sabangan ravine; driver jumps, unhurt
SABANGAN, Mountain Province -- A vehicle accident transpired here in Tabtabao, Camatagan Sept 25 around 6 a.m. involving a white Hi-ace van owned and driven by Rizaldo Andawey , 41, of Sitio Tabtabao  in the barangay.
 Investigation disclosed that while the vehicle was ascending towards Barangay Pingad, the vehicle suddenly lost its brake and moved backwards. The driver jumped out of the van before it plunged into the ravine of more or less 10 meters high. As a result, the vehicle incurred multiple damages with still undetermined cost while the driver was unharmed. Said vehicle is still at the place of incident.

Apayao motorcycle drivers, passengers hurt in collision 
STA. MARCELA, Apayao – Two motorcycles collided here  Sept. 25 along the national highway at Barangay Sipa in front of the DENR checkpoint resulting to serious injuries to both drivers and their passengers. The motorcycle owned and driven by Jefrey Macalma Sanut, 25 with his rider Cristine joy Abad Gilo, 24, was accidentally bumped by another owned and driven by Warlito Ibus Montanez, 66, farmer with passenger, Eugenia Malda Montanez, 65.
Investigation disclosed Sanut was headed to  San Mariano, Sta. Marcela while Montanez was traversing the opposite lane when the latter  encroached the opposite lane hitting the steering bar of the first motorcycle.. Both motorcycles crashed on the road. As a result, Sanut suffered left leg fracture while his back rider suffered was hurt on his left hand. Montanez’s left foot was fractured while his passenger suffered abrasions. 
They were all brought to Sta. Marcela District Hospital by the responding PNP personnel but the drivers were later transferred to the Far North Luzon General Hospital and Training Center in Luna, Apayao for further medical treatment. Both vehxciles were impounded. 

Brod-in-law kills sister’s husband
KIBUNGAN, Benguet – An alleged homicide happened here Sept. 22 midnight in Lebeng, Badeo, Kibungan, wherein the victim was identified as Theodoro Bacante, kagawad of Badeo while suspect was named as Joseph Anatel. Said incident was reported to police an hour later by Juliet Anatel, sister of the suspect and brother in-law of the victim.
Investigation disclosed that according to Ms. Anatel, the victim was allegedly hacked by the suspect with the use of bolo. Investigating team led by SPO2 Jacob M. Pantaleon proceeded to the place but didn’t report cause of the dispute. 

Man chased, shot dead in Abra
LAGANGILANG, Abra -- A cellphone call was received by police informing them a shooting incident transpired at the public market of Barangay Laang, here Sept. 21 around midnight. Cops immediately responded and found a male person lying on cemented ground beside the market. Victim was identified as Nolie Beng-ad Hermoso, 47 and listed as pusher on the watch list of town police.  
Investigation conducted disclosed a few minuteds earlier, the victim parked his motorcycle in front of Borje’s Store located along Abra-Kalinga Road.  According to Precilla Borje, owner of the store, she heard one gun fire then saw the victim running and entered her store being chased by unidentified male suspect and both exited at the backdoor of said store.
Later, Borje heard two successive gunfire. The victim sustained multiple gunshot wounds on different parts of his body that caused his instant death. Unidentified perpetrator fled to unknown direction after the incident.
Police found three fired cartridge cases of Cal. 45 at crime site The cadaver of the victim was brought to Pineda Funeral Parlor for autopsy.

Tricycle driver shot in Tabuk
TABUK CITY, Kalinga – A tricycle driver was shot here Sept. 21 around 4:15 p.m. A police report said the shooting transpired  at Balacang Street, Magsaysay with the the victim identified as Efraim Danipog Dominguez, 28, of Dagupan West.
He was brought by a fellow tricycle driver to St. Peter Claver Hospital but later transferred to Kalinga Provincial Hospital. The victim sustained multiple gunshot wounds on his body. 
Investigation disclosed that the victim was driving his tricycle heading towards Barangay Casigayan, but upon reaching the place, two unidentified suspects onboard a motorcycle on the opposite direction suddenly blocked his way and the back rider got down and and shot the victim several times. After the incident suspects fled away going towards the direction of Barangay, Bulanao. Recovered from the crime scene were seven fired empty shells of Cal. 45 and one deformed slug. 
The police report didn’t say what happened to the victim at press time.

Hunter shoots hunter in Tinglayan mountain 
TINGLAYAN, Kalinga – A hunter was mistaken for an animal and was shot by another hunter here at Barangay Basao Sept. 21 around 7:30 a.m. Police, health and disaster personnel responded following text message by Mattek Sa-ing, resident of Basao. They chanced the victim being brought to the national road at Maswa, Basao by his relatives. Responders brought the victim to Tinglayan rural health unit for medical attendance.
Police investigation disclosed that at around 11 a.m. of Sept.  20, the victim identified as Amboy Dugay Owar, 28, farmer with two companions identified as Dao-wig Casingoy, 35 and Bobby Annaway, 27, both farmers and residents of Basao were at the mountain of Sasabbat, around 30 km away from the community hunting wild animals. The trio went on separate directions when Casingoy noticed a moving object in a bushy area around 30 meters away. Suspecting a wild pig and unaware of his companion’s location, he immediately fired once using a homemade rifle with M16 bullet.
Moments later, Dao-wig heard Amboy Owar shouting in pain that he was shot. The former immediately rescued the latter while shouting for help from their companion, Bobby Annaway. The two subsequently assisted the injured victim and applied first aid. Annaway immediately went home to inform their relatives while Casingoy was left behind to take care for the injured victim. At around 6 p.m., relatives and  community people went to the mountain and immediately brought the injured person arriving to Basao. He was later brought to Kalinga Provincial Hospital in Tabuk. The suspect escaped and went into hiding.

Farmer stabs farmer in Pudtol 
PUDTOL, Apayao – A farmer was stabbed by a fellow farmer here
Investigation disclosed that the suspect together with his neighbors was having a drinking session at the house of Edmar Tabing when Mac-Mac Gammad and Benjie Ulidan arrived and joined them. After a few minutes, Mac-mac and Benjie went home and while on their way home, they were shouting and looking for trouble. Accordingly, the victim tried to pacify them and advised them to go home.
However, the suspect followed the duo and stabbed the victim on his left lower armpit. The suspect was allegedly hacked by unidentified person from behind. Both victim and suspect were brought to Amma Jadsac District Hospital at Pudtol by cops. The suspect sustained a hacked wound on his right back portion of his body. Both were released from the hospital after their medical treatment.


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