>> Thursday, December 15, 2016

ABS-CBN reporter loses P6,000, phone in service car to thief
BAGUIO CITY – An ABS-CBS television news reporter lost her bag containing P6,000, BPI ATM card, cell phone among others to a thief who opened the door of their service vehicle Wednesday around 2:13 a.m. here fronting Baguio Memorial Chapel, Naguilian Road.
Police identified the victim as Justin Mae Lico Aguilar, 20. Investigation disclosed  the victim together with her team parked their vehicle in front of the funeral parlor and  left it unattended and went inside adjacent 7/11 Convenience Store, after which they went back to their vehicle and drove towards their office located at 1st Road, Quezon Hill, Baguio City. Upon reaching their office, victim discovered that her bag was missing while the bags of her companions were still intact.
Cops reviewed the CCTV footage wherein it revealed that the suspect seemed to be a male minor who opened the left second passenger door of the vehicle and took the said bag then left the place.

Gov’t exec arrested for ‘graft’ in BSU
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – Police arrested a government employee here Wednesday around 10:40 a.m. at the Benuet State University identified as Ben Dapios Ladilad, 65, resident of 27 Zarate St., Middle Quezon Hill, Baguio City
This, after Efren N. De La Cruz, chairperson of Sandiganbayan, First Division, Quezon City issued warrant against him for for violation of Section 3 (e) Republic Act 3019 known as Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act docketed under Criminal Case No. SB-16-CRM-0587. De La Cruz set bail of P30,000 for Ladilad’s temporary liberty.
Ladilad presented a certification from Sandiganbayan that he posted bail on Dec. 5, 2016.

Carnapping lands man in Tabuk jail
TABUK CITY, Kalinga – Police arrested here Wednesday a certain Adonis Miranda Bren, 37, after warrant was iddued agaisnt him by Reymundo L. Aumentado, presiding judge of RTC, 2nd Judicial Region, Branch 20, Cauayan City, Isabela for carnapping. The judge set bail of P180,000 for Bren’s temporary liberty.

Farmer nabbed for rape in Atok
ATOK, Benguet – A farmer was nabbed here Wednesday in Sawingan, Naguey, for rape. The suspect identified as Pacito Padsico Manalo, 68 farmer, was arrested after Marietta S. Brawner-Cualing, presiding judge of RTC Branch 9, La Trinidad, issued warrant against him for rape and acts of lasciviousness.

Suspect in half million peso robbery surrenders
FLORA, Apayao – The house of of a certain Lilane Magsanoc Nicolas, 44,  farmer was allegedly robbed Wednesday by another farmer with a cohort who took P412, 000 cash, black ladies watch worth P500 and  ring worth P150.
Police identified the suspect as Windell Lagasca Tabili, 27, resident of Barangay Poblacion West a still unidentified man.
A police report said the incident happened between 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.when Nicolas  victim left their house and went to Tuguegarao City. At around 4:30 p.m. that day , her mother called her and told their bedroom were forcibly opened by unknown perpetrators.   
According to the 5-year old adopted son of the victim, when he arrived at their residence after his class, he saw the two male persons inside their house and when they noticed him they hurriedly ran to unknown direction. Cops lift six latent prints from the crime scene for verification. The possible entrance and exit of the suspects was the unlocked main door when they forcibly opened the two bedrooms by using a crowbar.  At press time Tabili reportedly voluntarily surrendered to police.

Waiter stabbed by Bangued customer
BANGUED, Abra – A waiter was stabbed by a customer in the Detachment Bar here Wednesday around 9:30 p.m. and is now in critical condition. The victim was identified as Alexander Bitonio, 32, while the suspect was named as Christopher Bersamin.
Investigation bared the suspect together with Dominic Lazarte, 42 and Darwin Buentipo were drinking at the bar. While the victim was scolding his nephew because he was blocking his way while he was doing his job, the suspect thought the victim was shouting at him and  got angry that caused a fistfight with the suspect stabbing the victim on his back with the use of a bladed object used for cockfighting (tari). The victim was rushed by the security guard of the bar to Abra Provincial Hospital while the suspect fled. The suspect is now at large.

Man arrested after shabu found in house 
LAGAWE, Ifugao – A man was arrested here after shabu was found in his house here Monday night at Macmac-ac, Poblacion East.
Cops nabbed Richard Butticon “Guduy” Kidayan after they  confiscated shabu in two plastic sachets and drug paraphernalia in his house.

Abra construction worker, student nabbed for guns
BANGUED, Abra – Two persons were nabbed here last week for having in their possession handguns loaded with bullets.
A construction helper identified as Emedio Addongay “Miding”, 54, of Linasin, Zone 1, was arrested in his residence here Tuesday night after cops confiscated from him a Cal. 38 with three bullets and three fired cases.
In San Juan town, cops arrested Mayonel Pagud Dela Cuadra, 19, Grade 11 student here Dec. 4 at Barangay Guimba for having in his possession a Cal. 45 gun loaded with six bullets.

Dairy farm guard nabbed for firing illegal gun 
BAGUIO CITY – A security guard identified as Von Zion Andres Maslang, 21, stay-in duty guard at Dairy Farm under the Dept. of Agriculture was nabbed at main gate of the farm Dec. 4 after he fired in the air his shotgun. Cops arrested him after he failed to present  documents of said firearm.

Charges for attempted murder set against farmer
ALFONSO LISTA, Ifugao – Charges are set to be filed against a farmer here for attempted murder after he reportedly tried to kill a housewife here whom filed complaint with police on Monday
Police identified the complainant as Marivic H. Bedey 43, against Ruben A. Barut, 43, of Barangay San Jose.
Investigation conducted disclosed that on Nov. 18, around 9 p.m., Barut   to the house of the victim and kept accelerating his motorcycle, shouting at the top of his voice challenging and threatening to kill her husband Ceasary Harry Bedey.
When she come out and answered, that her husband was not at home, the suspect pointed a handgun to her and squeezed the trigger twice but the gun did not fire. Incident was witness by Marivic’s 16-year-old daughter. Case was referred to the barangay and three mediations were made but no settlement was reached. Case was referred to the Prosecutor’s Office.

Construction worker shot dead while trying to enter cop’s house
BAGUIO CITY – A construction worker was killed when the gun he was holding went off accidentally hitting him when he tried to enter the house of a police officer. A police report said the incident happened Tuesday around 10 p.m. here at Loakan Maridith involving PO2 Akiwa Cayda, of Baguio City Police Office.
Investigation disclosed Cayda was sleeping together with his family at the sala when he was awakened when someone was trying to open their main door. The police officer shouted asking the identity of the person and why he is trying to open their door but there was no response outside. 
After a while, he noticed that someone was opening the window beside the main door so he shouted again by introducing himself as police officer. However, there was no response from the person and still continued to open the window.
Cayda then peeped at the window by sliding the curtain and was surprised that the window was already open. He saw a man who dropped a knife and immediately grabbed his firearm which accidentally went off hitting the male person. The male person ran and fell at the first floor where the main gate was located.
The intruder was later identified as Jovanni Busilan Banes, 22, of No. 299 Loakan Maridith.
Responding scene of the crime operations team leader Dr. Rodrigo Leal declared Banes dead on the spot and was brought to Bahay Damayan for autopsy.

Lawyer’s bodyguard shoots, hurts passing motorists  
BANGUED, Abra – A bodyguard of a lawyer here shot a passing motorist while he was drinking liquor in front of the lawyer’s house around 9:45 p.m. Tuesday. A police report report said the incident happened near the residence of lawyer Allen Bachiller at Zone 5.
Right after the incident, responding cops cordoned the area while a certain PO3 Parinas proceeded to the hospital  and identified the victim as Edmar Pacis Baoit, 27 who was shot twice on his shoulder..
During interview, the victim said a certain alias “Tae” of Barangay Lingtan shot him. Cops pursued the suspects who in their haste left a red Motor Star motorcycle and  Cal. 45 pistol with magazine at the crime scene.
Polcie said later a male person who claimed to be a victim of the said shooting incident was brought to police station where he identified himself as Jayrel Bragas Piscoso, alias “Tae”, 25, single, a resident of Barangay Lingtan,  a civilian back-up security of  Bachiller. Investigators brought Piscoso to the hospital wherein the victim positively identified him as the person who shot him. Consequently, Piscoso was placed under arrest.  
Found at the crime scene were  a Colt .45 pistol loaded with five bullets, six empty shells for Cal. 45; and two deformed slugs.
Police said the victim and his companion John Loyd Berame were on board a red motorcycle when they passed by the front of Bachiller's residence when the suspect who was drinking redhorse beer at the store suddenly shot them hitting the shoulders of the victim.  
Baoit ran towards the town proper but was chased by the suspect. Meanwhile, his companion John Loyd ran towards unknown direction leaving their red motorcycle. Investigation is still going on to determine the owner of the recovered firearm at the crime scene. Case is being prepared against the suspect who is now under the custody of Bangued police.

Men in army uniform forcibly take contractor’s dump truck                         
MANKAYAN, Benguet -- Three unidentified male persons wearing army camouflage uniforms, combat boots, bonnets and armed with handguns forcibly took a mini-dumpt truck here in Cada, Balili around 11 p.m.Dec. 5
A police report said the truck with plate number RJF 116 was owned by James Nanam Gonzalo, 53, contractor and resident at Dizon Sub., Baguio City.
Investigation disclosed the three men asked the key of the vehicle while pointing their guns to Rhaoland Ancheta Madarang, 18,  laborer  and  Wilfredo Gahutan Malapit, 31, of Binalonan, Pangasinan. After getting the key, they tied the victims inside their shanty and drove off with the vehicle. The victims were laborers of Gonzalo.

Modus operandi of SM thieves known
BAGUIO CITY – Beware of modus operandi of thieves in this summer capital. A 60-year-old woman lost her belongings including P15,000 to a gang here mid noon of Dec. 4 inside Swiss Baker, inside SM, Luneta Hill.
Police named the victim as Maria Fedelinda Borrero Morales, while suspects were four females and two males who aided one another in stealing her back pack.
Investigation revealed that the victim having a snack at said bakery and was using her cell phone when one of the suspects called her attention and pointed to two pieces of P20 dropped on the floor. The victim stood up and picked the bills then went back to her table and discovered her bag gone. 
She  reported the incident to the security guard and police who viewed CCTV footages inside the said bakery. It revealed suspects surrounded the victim then one of the male suspects took the victim’s bag and passed it to the other female suspects then scampered away.    
Allegedly, the victim’s bag contained more than P15,000 cash, ATM cards, credit card, assorted medicines, prescription papers among other cards and papers.

Construction worker killed, two hurt while stealing truck
TUBA, Benguet -- A construction worker was killed while two of his co-workers were killed when a truck they stole from their boss, a contractor,  rolled over the road here in Barangay Badiwan on Monday.
Initial investigation showed Fernando Mano Wakit who was driving the truck lost control of the wheel when it encountered mechanical problem while driving down the road.
A police report said the incident happened Dec. 4 around 7:30 p.m. in front of construction site here along km 5, Marcos Highway, Sto. Tomas Proper.
Police identified the owner of the truck as contractor Joselito Ogay Tan, 51.
Wakit died in the accident while Brandy Mano Marano Jr., 38, and Ser-ayen Cabat Masadao, 20 were seriously injured. 
Investigation disclosed the victim received a cellphone call narrating that his blue dump truck was involved in a vehicular traffic accident along the viaduct in Badiwan.
Victim learned that his truck was taken away by his above-mentioned his construction workers without his consent.  
The dump truck was totally wrecked and the suspects were seriously injured. Wakit was declared dead on arrival by the attending physician.
Personnel of Tuba MPS responded at the incident which resulted to the arrest of Masadao and Marano Jr. and recovery of the truck.
Charges for carnapping were filed against the suspects.

Man fetches girlfriend,loses Isuzo Trooper car
BAGUIO CITY – An Isuzo Trooper car was stolen here Tuesday around 12:10 a.m. along Hangar Market, Hilltop on complaint of Raymond Atelba Monte, 32, of Kibungan, Benguet and resident at km 6, Betag La Trinidad, Benguet.
Monte told police he discovered the vehicle he borrowed bearing plate number XBJ 912 owned by Rogel Sukil-ap, his town mate was missing at the place where he parked.
Investigation disclosed Monte parked the said vehicle unattended along Hangar Market around 10 p.m. Monday, then went to fetch his girlfriend and after coming from the vegetable stall which she was tending, they proceeded where the vehicle was parked but was surprised that it was  gone.

Theft lands man in jail
MANKAYAN, Benguet – A certain Joel C. Paytokan, 22, laborer, was arrested here Monday along Cervantes Road, Poblacion after Jonathan Chavez Segundo, presiding judge of MTC, Mankayan issued arrest warrant against him for two counts of theft.  Segundo set bail of P10,000 for each case for the suspect’s temporary liberty. 

Hungduan house razed to the ground
HUNGDUAN, Ifugao – A house was razed to the ground here Monday around 5:30 p.m. at Nabuyuc, Nungulunan, police said, identifying the owner as a certain Pinniliw Tamingo. 
According to Rodolfo M. Dong-e, 44, barangay chairman of Nungulunan, the house was left by the owner early morning of same day and went to work on their rice field when the incident happened. He said the house was made of wood with galvanized walling and roofing.
The burned house incurred still undetermined costs of damages.


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