>> Thursday, November 3, 2016

Man shot dead, two others wounded in drinking spree
BAGUIO CITY – A man armed with pistols in both hands barged in a drinking spree here at No. 501, San Vicente, Wednesday and shot three persons which resulted to death of one and injury to two others. 
Police identified the victims as Julius Pama Ordiz, 31; Roy Soaygan Laroco, 35; and Jomel Esmale Viray, 20, all laborers.
Investigation disclosed the victims with Jason Lopez Samson, 25 and Dean Allan Lacasadille Cortez, 20 were having a drinking spree at the place. Around 10 p.m., Samson and Cortez left the place. However, at around 10:20 p.m., an unidentified man armed with two Cal .45 guns in both hands, entered the place, shot the victims then fled to unknown direction. Ordiz who incurred multiple gunshots was dead on the spot and brought to Bahay Damayan for autopsy. Laroco was shot on his left forearm while Viray was shot in the leg. They were brought to Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center for treatment and still under observation. A certain Michael Almasan Tumapang, 31, laborer and resident at the place was invited for investigation.  

75-year-old man nabbed for rape  
BANGUED, Abra – A 75-year-old man was arrested here Wednesday for rape. Police named the suspect as Amante Blando Navarro here of Barangay Agtangao.This, after judge Corpuz Alzate of RTC, Branch 2, Bangued ordered his arrest with no bail recommended. He is now under the custody of Bangued police.

2 young men jailed for rape in Baguio
BAGUIO CITY – Two young men were arrested here Wednesday for rape.  Nabbed were Rogelio Velasco Bernabe Jr., 19 and Kevin Edejer Alvarez, 29, both gas delivery boys and residents of No. 48 Purok 8, Irisan Apugan. Both were arrested at their residence  after judge Ivan Kim B Morales of 1stJudicial Region Branch 59, Baguio City  ordered their arrest with no  bail recommended. They are now incarcerated at the city jail.

Gardener killed in Tadian explosion  
TADIAN, Mountain Province – A gardener was killed here Monday when an explosion rocked their farm house in Sitio Awa, Cadad-anan around 12 noon Monday. The victim was identified as Miguel Lang-odan Abkilang, 65 who had several shrapnel wounds on different parts of his body. Lolinda, 61, wife of the victim said they left their farm house unlocked around 4 p.m. of Oct. 22 and went home to their house at Cadad-anan. At around 6 a.m. Monday, both went to Awa to tend their garden.
Upon reaching their farm house they noticed that the main door was locked inside so the victim went at the backdoor while the wife inspected the surrounding of their farm house and noticed that the corrugated G.I. sheet wall was forcibly destroyed.
When she was on her way to the back door to tell to her husband what she observed, an explosion occurred and saw her husband lying on the ground.
The husband was reportedly opening the padlock of the backdoor when the incident happened at about 7 a.m. of Oct. 24.

Farmer shoots group, misfires, hospitalized
STA. MARCELA, Apayao – A drunken farmer here barged into a drinking spree, shot a drinker with a gun several times but misfired making the son of the latter hit him on the head with a piece of wood which resulted to his hospitalization.   
A police report said the incident happened Tuesday around 8 p.m wherein the victim identified as Roger Gonzales Bayded, 57, was allegedly mauled by Jerwin John Andres De San Jose, 23, student. Investigation disclosed that prior to the incident a certain Alex Calumpit with Dominador De San Jose were having a drinking session at the residence of the latter, while Jerry De San Jose was having a conversation with them.
Accordingly, Bayded, who was allegedly drunk approached the group and suddenly drew his firearm and tried to shoot Jerry De San Jose but misfired. Allegedly, Byaded fired again but he did not hit Jerry because he was restrained by Dominador.
Jerwin, son of Dominador struck the head of Bayded using a piece of wood. Bayded was wounded on his head and brought to Sta. Marcela District Hospital and transferred later to Far North Luzon General Hospital at Luna, Apayao.
Cops found a Cal. 22 revolver with two bullets, fired cartridge case and a piece of wood with blood stain. The suspect was arrested and brought to Sta. Marcela police station.

Drug suspect shot in machine shop   
BAGUIO CITY – A mechanic in city police drug list was shot in his workplace Joey’s Machine Shop here along Bokawkan Road Tuesday around 5 p.m. Police identified the victim as Day Manarang, 32, of Conception, Tarlac and resident of Happy Homes here.
Investigation disclosed while work mates of the victim were all busy working, they heard three gun shots and when they looked around, they saw the victim running towards the back of the shop, so they followed him and discovered that he was wounded so they rushed him to Pines City Doctor’s Hospital. A police report said no slug or fired cartridge shell was found at crime scene. Victim was allegedly a  member of Marangan Group engaged in illegal drugs.

Women thieves steal P100K of Besao businesswoman  
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – A businesswoman from Besao, Mountain Province who just withdrew P700,000 at the Banco de Oro Bank here was victimized by a group slashed her bag and ran away with P100,000. 
A police report said the incident happened Tuesday around 10:30 a.m. at barangay trade fair site at Km 5, Pico on complaint of Judy Ann Colod Padua, 54.
A member of the group identified as  Perlita Lozano Ramos, 63, widow, of Cabugao, Ilocos Sur and resident at 547 Carmen West, Pangasinan was arrested while her four more cohorts were able to elude arrest. Two suspects were identified by the victim through mug files of La Trinidad police station as Suzette Tinaza of San Fernando City, La Union and Bambie Lopez Yuco of San Carlos City, Pangasinan. The other two suspects are still unidentified.
Investigation disclosed the victim just withdrew the money and was walking and buying vegetables when one of the suspects bumped her.  Ramos came beside her and she was bumped again so the victim got suspicious causing her to check her bag and discovered that it was slashed. The victim shouted for help. Ramos was arrested by concerned citizens while other suspects immediately ran towards different directions and escaped. Missing from the victim’s bag was cash worth  P100,000. Charges were prepared against the suspects.

Drug surrenderee nabbed with gun in Abra checkpoint  
TAYUM, Abra – A drug surrenderee was arrested at a checkpoint here at Pitao, Bagalay for having in his possession and illegal gun. Police identified the suspect as Geronimo Pasigen Andoy, 29, janitor, resident of Nagba, Pang-ot, Lagayan town.  
Police said the suspect who was on board a motorcycle, without plate number, tried to evade the checkpoint. However, he was stopped by security personnel. Police confiscated from him  a Cal. 45  loaded with five bullets and one extra magazine loaded with seven bullets. He was arrested when he could not produce documents for the gun.

Man nabbed in Baguio buy-bust
BAGUIO CITY – Cops conducted a buy-bust operation at Barangay Fairview here around 10 a.m. Monday that resulted to arrest of Marlou Hapag “Gemo” Labine. Confiscated from him were shabu, P500 bill  buy-bust money, cellphone and drug paraphernalia like aluminum strip foils.

Two persons arrested for estafa in Baguio 
BAGUIO CITY – Two persons were arrested here Oct. 17 for estafa. Irene Dela Cruz-Herrero, 41, of St. Therese St. Dominican-Mirador was arrested in Cedar Peak, Mabini Street.
Edgardo Borja Padlan, 47, programmer of University of the Cordilleras and resident of Lower Rock Quarry was arrested at the UC accounting office. Bail was set by a local judge at P40, 000 each for their temporary liberty.

Woman arrested for estafa in La Trinidad jail 
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – An arrest warrant was served Monday by police against an inmate here at the municipal jail serving time for other estafa cases. Suspect was named as Feceline Kudan Apadchew, 36, married, of Cuanso Street Sto Nino Bengao, Baguio City. Her arrest warrant was issued by Maria Ligaya V. Itliong-Rivera, presiding judge of RTC First Judicial Region Branch 5 Baguio City for estafa. The judge set bail bond of P50,000 for her temporary liberty.

Teacher jailed for estafa in La Trinidad
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – A teacher is now in jail for estafa after she was arrested here Monday at Caltex gas station along km 5, Barangay Balili. Police named the suspect as Loretta Caranay Fernandez, 32, of Barangay Poguis. Her arrest warrant was issued by Jennifer P. Humiding, presiding judge of RTC, Branch 63, 1st Judicial Region, La Trinidad who ordered no bail.

Jail officer jailed for syndicated estafa  
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – A jail officer is now in jail after he was arrested Monday for syndicated estafa. Police served two arrest warrants  against Dionisio Magsino Corce Jr., 39, of  Alao, Cruz after Maria Ligaya V. Itliong-Rivera, presiding  judge of Regional Trial Court, Branch 5 ordered his arrest with no bail recommended. Another arrest warrant for estafa was also issued by judge Danilo P. Camacho of Regional Trial Court, Branch 62, La Trinidad, Benguet on July 11 with no bail recommended. 
Corse was also facing other estafa cases when arrested.

Jobless Lamut woman arrested; no bail set
LAMUT, Ifugao – Cops nabbed a certain   Jovy Padua, 42, married, jobless, of Poblacion East here after Romeo Habbiling, presiding judge of RTC, Branch 14, Lagawe, Ifugao ordered her arrest for violation of Republic Act 9165. Habbiling set bail bond of P40,000 for her temporary liberty.

Chef nabbed for stab try vs 2 female board mates
BAGUIO CITY – A chef was arrested here Monday after he tried to stab his board mates at No 31, Sumulong Extension, Holy Ghost Proper. Complainants were Rowena Baruzo Ranjo, 22, saleslady and Jessica Lamsen Salamanca, 21, student who were reportedly threatened by suspect Angel Asuncion Lenomta, 44, chef inside their boarding house.
Baruzo was at the hallway proceeding to her room, when Lenomta who was under the influence of liquor came out from his room and pushed her against the wall then pointed a baton sword on her neck.
Baruzo pushed the suspect then ran inside her room and informed her board mate Salamanca through the window about what happened. Complainants went out from their rooms and approached the suspect to confront him but instead he tried to stab them twice but they were able to evade the thrusts and ran inside their rooms and called for police assistance.

Man nabbed for drug paraphernalia 
LAGAWE, Ifugao – Polcie arrested a certain Lawrence Alindayo in his residence here at Banao, Poblacion South Oct. 22 after search warrant was issued against him by Judge Romeo Habbiling, executive judge of RTC Branch 14, Lagawe for illegal drugs. Operatives confiscated drug paraphernalia from him.

‘Drug trader’ arrested in Baguio
BAGUIO CITY -- A drug trader identified as Mark Carlo Bergavera Serrano a.k.a. “Mak”, 28, from Sta. Rosa, Laguna and resident of Campo Sioco was nabbed Oct. 22 at Hillside, Baguio City for having I his possession shabu and drug paraphernalia.

Contractor arrested for illegal gun, bullets
BAGUIO CITY – A certain Augusto Naweywey Dangadang, 40, building administrator/contractor, and resident of Holyghost Extension here was arrested here at  East Middle Quirino Hill Baguio City Oct. 22 for illegal possession of firearm and ammunition.
Confiscated from Dangadang was a Bersa Ultra Compact 40 pistol loaded with seven bullets with expired license stipulating no permit to carry outside the residence.

PRO-COR honors top policewoman, 5 others
CAMP DANGWA, La Trinidad, Benguet -- Six cops were awarded for  exemplary service and gallantry here Monday. 
             Police Senior Insp. Jenelyn M. Kiwingan was awarded with Medalya ng Kasanayan for being adjudged one of the ten outstanding policewomen in the country for year 2016 by the Zonta Club of Makati. 
 Awardees of Medalya ng Papuri were Supt. Mark D. Pespes, Insp. George B. Antonio, PO3 Geliza M Moyao, PO2 Rodelyn Verdadero and PO2 Nestymar T. Taasin. They were cited for fighting illegal drugs.
A total of 8, 905 drug personalities surrendered, 316 arrested, 12 killed during operations and 57 deceased since implementation of Oplan Double Barrel on July 1 in Cordillera.

 Motorcycle-riding man shoots dead retired cop
PARACELIS, Mountain Province – A retired cop was killed by a motorcycle-driving man here along Paracelis-Alfonso Lista, Ifugao Road at Barangay Butigue,Oct. 30. Police identified the victim as Alfredo Vuelta Bitao, 58, of Barangay Bananao whole the suspect was named as Jerry Pugao, of Pangul, Tanudan, Kalinga and resident of  Butigue. 
Investigation revealed that the victim with some companions were drying corn kernel at the said road when the suspect who was driving his motorcycle with his son as back rider accidentally bumped the sack of corn that caused him to fall on the road. The suspect confronted the victim about the incident until he brought out his firearm from his waist and suddenly shot the victim.  
The victim was shot three times that resulted to his death while the suspect immediately fled towards Kalinga using his motorcycle. Three empty shells for Cal. 45 and one slug were found at crime scene. Pugao is no the object of police manhunt.

Truck with relief goods for typhoon victims loses breaks
BOKOD, Benguet -- A 10-wheeler truck bearing relief goods to Paracelis, Mountain Province for victims of Typhoon Lawin lost its breaks along Ambuklao Road at Apalan, Tinongdan Itogon around 7:30 p.m. Oct. 23 forcing the driver to bump it on elevated roadside.
The truck owned and driven by Rey A. Depago, 39, male of Baayan, Tublay, Benguet told police the truck was rented by the DSWD regional office in Baguio City. It was loaded with government relief goods (1,800 boxes of food packs, 1,800 sacks of non-foods, 48 sacks of blankets and 15 rolls of trapal) for Typhoon “Lawin” victims in Paraceles. Police and concerned citizens transferred relief goods into another 10-wheeler truck for delivery.

82-year-old widow missing
BOKOD, Benguet – An 82-year-old vegetable vendor is still the object of a search after she went missing here Oct. 22. She was identified by police as Angelita “Manay” Deras Balagot a resident here of Minac, Ambuclao. 
Investigation revealed around 8 a.m. on Oct 21, Balagot accompanied by her two granddaughters went to check their water line at her garden. The granddaughters stayed inside a shanty while their grandmother went to the source of water along the creek. At about 12 noon,  their grandmother did not return which prompted them to follow but failed to locate her. At around 3, they returned again to look for their grandmother but they didn’t find her so they went home and informed their aunt and neighbors. Search operations were done by relatives, concerned citizens and police but they were not able to find the widow.

Retired US Navy officer found dead in bungalow                         
BAGUIO CITY – A retired US Navy officer was discovered lifeless lying on his bed around 4 p.m, Oct 23. inside his bungalow at Corral Camp Site Compound, Pinsao Proper here by Mark Bacayan, 27, resident of no. 443 Zarate Village, Pinsao Proper. 
Found dead was Wallace Sinot Woolery, 60 who was living alone at his residence and was last seen alive by Bacayan when he brought food to him at about 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 22.
The following day, the victim was found lifeless by Bacayan when he went to return the motorcycle he borrowed. According to Lidia Banawag Bilag, and his other relatives, the victim is suffering from diabetes and was bitten by a dog four days ago.
Police checked the body and found healing lacerated wound and a dog bite at the victim’s right palm. An autopsy was set to be conducted.  Personal belongings of the victim such as laptop and cellular phones were intact. The cadaver was moved to Bahay Damayan.

‘CIDG agent’ jailed for threatening to shoot porter        
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – A man who introduced himself as a member of the Criminal Investigation Detection Group who threatened to shoot a porter was jailed and charged with usurpation of authority and grave threat. 
Investigation revealed the group of the victim and the suspect were drinking liquor in a separate tables inside the said bar when suddenly a misunderstanding ensued between them. On confrontation, the suspect introduced himself as a member of CIDG and threatened him (“Intel ak CIDG kayat mo ta paltogan ka, kayat mo ta ilugan da ka, ta gaburan da ka ti carton”). The suspect grabbed the jacket of the victim but the victim was able to escape.  
Responding police brought the suspect, victim and witnesses to La Trinidad police for inquiry. Suspect was detained while cases were prepared for filing against him at the Benguet Provincial Prosecutors Office.


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