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>> Monday, March 27, 2017


Laborer nabbed for raping girl
PINUKPUK, Kalinga -- Laborer Stanley Amoga, 25, was arrested for allegedly raping a four-year-old girl here in Barangay Ammacian last year.Amoga, who was ranked fourth on the list of most wanted persons in Kalinga, was arrested based on a warrant issued by Tabuk City Regional Trial Court Judge Marcelino Wacas Ngis-o.

Bartender, taxi driver maul teacher in Baguio
BAGUIO CITY – A teacher was seriously injured when he was mauled by a bartender and taxi driver here Tuesday around 3 a.m. along Bokawkan Road, front of Wire Plaza Electrical Supply. Police named the victim as Robert Manandeg Patio, 35. He was allegedlhy mauled by Gary, 39, bartender and Warren, 29, taxi driver, both surnamed Wakit and residents of Sablan, Benguet.
Investigation disclosed that prior to the incident, the victim’s group was walking along Upper Bokawkan Road when the suspects on board their vehicle blocked their way which resulted to heated confrontation. When the victim’s companions left, the suspects suddenly mauled him. Patrolling cops arrested the suspects and brought them to police station while the victim was rushed to Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center for treatment. Case was filed against the suspects.

Man attends Banaue wake; stabbed dead
BANAUE, Ifugao – A certain Roland Talango Tayaban, 30, laborer, was stabbed dead by unidentified suspects here Tuesday around 11:30 p.m. at Sitio Pugo, Barangay Amganad. 
Investigation disclosed the victim was attending the wake of his neighbor, Hilario Balitang Dinumla, and was drinking liquor with other men when three unidentified persons arrived and joined. After a few minutes, a commotion ensued between the group of the victim and the three suspects resulting in a heated argument. The suspects left the drinking area and went directly to where their motorcycle was parked but was followed by the victim where he was stabbed several times. Suspects fled towards Lagawe, Ifugao after the incident. Concerned citizens brought the victim to Good News Clinic and Hospital in Barangay Tam-an where he was declared dead on arrival by Dr. Antonio Ligot. 

Man surrenders gun in Paracelis 
PARACELIS, Mountain Province -- A certain Alejandro De Guzman Castro, 54, businessman w turned over to Paracelis police station Tuesday a Cal. 40 gun with expired license. Castro said he was processing renewal of his expired firearm license.

Conductor drives bus;
collides with taxi
BAGUIO CITY – Two vehicles were badly damaged here around 8:50 p.m. Tuesday when they collided along Quirino Highway in front of PLDT building.
The Isuzu mini bus with plate no. ARH-771 driven by Oliver Bulgayon Pumihic, who didn’t have a driver’s license, collided with a Mitsubishi Adventure taxi with plate no TOW-936 driven by Onofee Esteban Selec.
The bus, headed towards the city proper, was going down the road in curved area, invaded the opposite lane then collided with the taxi in the rear left side. Both vehicles sustained damages.
The driver of the bus was actually the bus conductor while the official bus driver named as Romeo Mendoza Salting was inside the bus when the accident happened. -- Gaius Cabrera

Slot machines surrendered in Bontoc, Mt. Province 
BONTOC, Mountain Province – A certain Rebecca Carlos Sidchayao and Jake D. Faba-an surrendered here Tuesday two slot machines used for gambling to police.This, after police visited their establishments and told them they were in violation of municipal ordinance against gambling.

Farmer nabbed for frustrated homicide
PARACELIS, Mountain Province -- A farmer was arrested here Tuesday for frustrated homicide. The4 suspect was identified as Donato Navales Flores, 50, here of Sitio Baay, Bacarrie. He was arrested at his residence after Sergio T. Angnganay, Jr., presiding judge of RTC, Bontoc, Mountain Province issued arrest warrant against him setting bail of P30,000 for his temporary liberty.

Janitress nabbed for estafa, bouncing check
BANGUED, Abra – A janitress was arrested here Tuesday at Ubbog-Lipcan for estafa. Nabbed was Shirley Sotelo Bayle, 49, of Zone 3, Bangued, Abra. This, after Charito B. Gonzales, presiding judge of RTC, Branch 1, Bangued issued arrest warrant against her setting bail of P40,000 for her temporary liberty. Another warrant was issued against her by Redentor B. Valera, presiding judge of  MTC, Bangued, Abra for bouncing check and set bail of P2,000

 Young woman nabbed for syndicated estafa 
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – For syndicated estafa, a certain Andreana Basilio Padsoyan, 21, single, resident of Pine Valley Plaza here along km 4 was arrested after Jennifer P. Humiding, presiding judge of RTC Branch 63, issued arrest warrant against her for syndicated estafa. Cecilia Corazon S. Dulay-Archog, acting presiding judge of RTC Branch 8, La Trinidad also issued warrant against her for the same offense in relation to presidential decree 1689 with no bail recommended.

Teacher posts bail for theft 
BAGUIO CITY – A 58-year-old teacher of Josefa CariƱo Elementary School was arrested here Tuesday for theft. An arrest warrant was issued against the widow who residence is in Barangay San Luis by Maria Clarita Casuga-Tabin, presiding judge of MTCC Branch 4, Baguio. Tabin set bail of P12,000 for her temporary liberty. The suspect posted bail.

Grade 6 student bumped, hurt crossing road lane
BAGUIO CITY – A Grade 6 student was injured when she was bumped while crossing a pedestrian lane here Tuesday around 7 a.m. along Otek Street, near Rizal Park.
A public utility jeep plying Baguio-Tomay and plate number AYT-257 driven by Jerry Beloken Polilin, 33 bumped Princess Kate Billosillo Abrazaldo, 10, student of Baguio Central School.
The injured victim was brought by the driver and a concerned student to Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center for treatment.
Police took the driver’s license and OR/CR of the vehicle.

Five hurt in La Trinidad accident
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – Five persons were injured here Tuesday around 6 p.m. when a passenger jeep and Tamaraw FX vehicle figured in an accident along km 4 fronting BBGM rice center.
A police report said the Baguio bound PUJ with plate number AYK 551 driven by Alfredo Bagangan Dawayen, 48, was bumped by the FX wagon with plate number UHV 769 driven by Alfonso Golingab Anchales, 54. 
Investigation disclosed that the FX was headed tow La Trinidad when it swerved to the opposite lane hitting the PUJ. As a result, the passengers of the jitney were injured.
Injured and brought to Benguet General Hospital were Clarissa Pago It-Itan, 17;  Erlinda Ponasi Villaflores, 19  and Gemma Diano Piados, 30. 
Brought to Pines City Doctor’s Hospital for treatment were Eduardo Hipolito Munar, 54 and Gwendolyn Bawas Dodon, 19.
The driver of the FX who was also brought to Pines City Doctor’s Hospital and Gemma Diano Piados are still confined while the others were discharged after treatment. 

1 dead, another critical in Abra road accident 
SAN ISIDRO, Abra – A man was killed while another seriously injured in a vehicle accident here Tuesday around 9:40 a.m. at provincial road in Sitio Nagkawangan, Barangay Poblacion.
A police report said a motorcycle driven by Jemar Bajo Taculao, 17, with back rider identified as  Wilmar Borlas Bidaya, 17, both of Barangay Manayday and student of San Isidro National High School, accidentally crashed on the right shoulder of the road.
Investigation disclosed victims and companions had a drinking session at Barangay Dalimag. They decided to go home and while on their way, a motorcycle driven by Joel Callos, 16, a resident of Barangay Manayday, overtook them.
Upon reaching Sitio Nagkawangan, the motorcycle the victims rode lost control and crashed on the stony right shoulder of the road. The victims were rushed to Abra Provincial Hospital by the responding police of San Isidro but Jemar Bajo Taculao was declared dead on arrival by Dr. Belmor Bernal while his back rider Wilmar Borlas Bidaya is still in critical condition.

 Truck falls down Kabayan ravine
KABAYAN, Benguet – A dump truck fell down a 10-meter ravine here Tuesday destroying a house and pig pen below in Pacso Proper, Pacso.  It was disclosed the truck, owned by Kabuguiasan Builders and driven by  Romeo Tomayan Pulac,  61 of km 5, La Trinidad, Benguet, was hauling soiland around4:30 p.m., the driver parked the truck at the road side. When the driver alighted to get a wedge, the truck suddenly moved backwards and bumped the road parapet and eventually fell down hitting the kitchen portion of a house and a pig penowned by Junnie Binay-an Dolinas, 46, farmer.  The truck was damaged but no person was injured. Both parties, in the presence of  Barangay Captain Cipriano Baucas, agreed to settle the case.

Trike rams van in Apayao; 1 badly hurt
LUNA, Apayao – A man was seriously injured in an accident here Tuesday around 2:30 p.m. along the national road in Barangay Quirino at the intersection going to Sitio Gosi, Barangay Quirino.
Police said a white L300 Van driven by Francis Jane Macabugao Umayam, 35, businesswoman, was accidentally bumped by a motorcycle without license plate driven by Marcelino Taja Blanco, 56, farmer.
Investigation disclosed both vehicles were travelling the said road from  Libertad, Abulug, Cagayan headed to San Isidro Sur, Lunaw when the van slowed down and signaled to turn left at the intersection going to Gosi when motorcycle accidentally bumped the left side of van.. The driver of the van was unharmed while the motorcycle driver suffered injuries on both legs and laceration on right hand and was brought to Far North Luzon General Hospital and Training Center.  Both vehicles were damaged and brought to Luna police station for safekeeping and further investigation.

Thieves cart away P76K tools in Mt. Data Nat’l High School 
BAUKO, Mountain Province – Thieves entered the laboratory room of Mt. Data National High School here night of March 19 and carted away tools worth around P76,000. Investigation revealed the thieves gained entry through the main door by allegedly destroying the padlock of the room. Once inside, robbers opened the two steel cabinets without padlock and took carpentry tools owned by the school and Macwin Aplat Kiat, 37,  carpentry teacher. Tools included planers, drills, saw grinder among others. 
Investigation disclosed around 10:30 p.m. that night, Ernie Agustin Malapit 21, stay-in watchman checked school promises and found all doors and padlocks were in order. However, at around 7 a.m., he was informed by Fausto Dicksen Pakipak, 48, teacher, that the laboratory was en tered by unidentified robbers. Police found no fingerprints in crime site.

Woman arrested for hitting Baguio visitor 
BAGUIO CITY – A woman was arrested here for hitting a visitor in front of Sizzling Plate Restaurant, Session Road Monday around 4:50 p.m. The victim was identified as Michelle Ballesteros Carmona, 32, of San Mateo Rizal, while the suspect was named as Marivic Ison Locquiao, 29 here of of Purok 24 Upper Irisan. 
Initial investigation disclosed that the victim and her sister were walking when the suspect who came from behind, without any  reason suddenly boxed the back of her head making her sunglass fall on the pavement. The suspect also turned to the victim’s sister Maria Lourdes and threatened to harm her. Responding cops arrested the suspect and brought her and victims to police station for investigation. Case for physical injuries was being prepared against the suspect.

Brother strangles OFW sister in Baguio hospital
BAGUIO CITY – An overseas foreign worker filed a case against her brother here last week for harassment, grave threats  and physical injury.   
A police report said the incident happened around 7 a.m. of March 20, at renal room of Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center. The report said Priscila Domanay y Credo, 40, married, of Sta. Rosa Sta. Maria, Pangasinan filed against his brother Arturo, driver, also a resident of Sta. Rosa.
Investigation disclosed while they were attending their mother who was sick in the hospital they had an argument. Arturo reportedly told his Priscila: “Patayen kan tupay, han ka agawawid dyay balay ta bekelen ka, nalastog ka launay, gapu lang ta naka abroad kan, awan ti naitultulong mo kanyami, hankan agsubli idyay ta patayin kan (I can kill you. Don’t go home in the house because I will strangle you. You are arrogant. Just because you went abroad, you didn’t even help us. Don’t go back in the house because I will kill you.) 
Arturo then choked her neck using his both hands and pushed her until he was pacified by a nurse. Victim was hurt on her right shoulder. Case was filed at the city prosecutor’s office.

Jeep falls Benguet ravine; driver, 4 others injured
TUBLAY, Benguet – The driver of a pick-up jeep and his four passengers were seriously hurt when the vehicle they were riding in fell down a ravine here Monday around 3 p.m. at Babatan Ambassador.
The driver was identified as Romy Paririno Jaco, 22, farmer while his four passengers were: Noven Andress Segundo, 25; Claro Kigas Cato, 43; Roberto Paririno Jaco, 52 and Amel Sanggoy Sagapi, 28, all farmers.
Investigation disclosed the vehicle was descending the raod when it lost its breaks prompting the driver to lose control of the steering wheel and fell into a ravine around  250 meters from the road. All passengers are brought and confined at Benguet General Hospital for treatment. 

Farmer seriously hurt in blasting incident
BARLIG, Mountain Province – A man was seriously hurt in a blasting incident here Monday around 12:30 p.m. at Sitio Patyayan, Barangay Lunas.The victim was identified as Patawang Fiarotac Wanchag, 69,  farmer.
Investigation disclosed Emilliana Chattom, wife of Pataweg heard a loud blast but she just ignored thinking it came from ongoing road construction. However, after sending her grandchild to school, she proceeded to their rice field and came upon her husband leaning on a damaged stone wall with blood oozing from his body. She was informed by her husband that the incident was accidental when he tried to blast a boulder using an unknown device but it accidentally exploded near him. Pataweg was brought to Barangay Lunas Rural Health Unit for first aid then later rushed to Barlig District Hospital for treatment. Later, he was referred to Luis Hora General Hospital by his attending physician for further treatment.

Container van burned along Marcos Highway  
BAGUIO CITY – A container van was burned Tuesday around 2 a.m. here along km 5, Marcos Highway, fronting Pasalubong Store. A police report said the van bearing plate number XFG 944 was driven by Jonathan Bacquian Santiago, 37, of Tabtabungaw, La Unio.
Investigation disclosed the van was loaded with biscuits from Rosario, La Union to Baguio City. While ascending the place, the driver noticed the exhaust pipe was emitting excessive smoke that prompted him to stop at the roadside. The driver  with his companions immediately alighted to get water, but a blaze of fire started near the engine until it exploded and gutted the van. The driver said cause of fire might have been due to faulty electrical system.
Responding personnel cops led by Senior Insp. Eliezer De Vera deputy station commander of the area and workers of a Goldrich water delivery truck extinguished the fire around 30 minutes later.

Piggery, animals burned in kapangan 
KAPANGAN, Benguet – A piggery was burned here early Monday morning in Legwe, Taba-ao wherein a mother pig with seven piglets and four chicken were burned. Police said the piggery was owned by Johnson Salmo Andiso, 52, businessman, who said cost of damage was around P60,000. Town police, firemen and concerned citizens helped put out the fire. Investigation disclosed cause of fire was unattended burning wood intended for cooking pig’s food near the site.

Man found dead in Baguio building
BAGUIO CITY – A man was found dead seated on a sofa at the lobby of the 5th floor of NG Building, along T. Alonzo Street, around 7:15 p.m. Monday.
The body was identified as that of Michel Angelo Wijanco Angeles, 56, tenant of Room 402 of the building. A roommate of the victim identified as Angelo Lomahan Madriaga, 19, 3rd year college student of St. Louis University said he arrived from his class, saw the victim and observed him not breathing prompting him to inform other tenants.
Karen Ilonen Cayat, a tenant of the building felt the pulse of the victim and noted the victim’s body was cold. They immediately informed their landlord Ron Jessan Acosta Maddela, 25 who informed police of the incident.  
Responding cops led by Chief Insp. Julie Centeno and Dr. Hector F. Sorra, medico-legal officer said the victim was dead about four hours. Angeles’s body was brought to Damayan Funeral Homes.

Lasciviousness lands man in jail; judge sets P72K bail   
BAGUIO CITY – A resident of Balikyan, Bontoc, Mountain Province was arrested here March 20 for acts of lasciviousness. Arrested along Governor Pack Road by Mankayan, Benguet police was Spencer Cawi Cayangao, 33, single. This, after Sergio T. Angnganay, acting presiding judge of RTC Branch 64, Buguias, Benguet issued warrant for his arrest for two counts and set bail of P36,000 for each case.

Man nabbed for frustrated murder 

ALICIA, Isabela – Cops from Tabuk City, Kalinga arrested one Jerry Morales Sabado, 42, farmer here March 20 at Barangay Pagdad for frustrated murder. This, after Jennifer A Pilar, judge of RTC, First Judicial Region, Branch 32, Agoo, La Union issued warrant for his arrest setting bail of P200, 000 for his temporary liberty. 

Girl raped, killed in Cagayan town
TUGUEGARAO CITY – The decomposing body of a 10-year-old girl believed to be a victim of rape was found in a cornfield in Barangay Sta. Clara, Sta. Ana, Cagayan on March 19.
Revelyn Talaro, a Grade 5 student, was reported missing four days earlier, said Chief Insp. Saturnino Soriano, Sta. Ana police chief.
Soriano said medico-legal officers could not confirm if the victim was raped because animals apparently ate her genitals.
The head of the girl was bashed with a hard object.
Two men were invited for questioning. -- Raymund Catindig

Youth stabs man dead in Candon
CANDON CITY, Ilocos Sur- A man was stabbed dead Tuesday morning by a 16-year-old kid here in Barangay Salvador 1st.
Chief Insp. William Nerona, Ilocos Sur provincial police spokesman, identified the victim as Roger Cortez, 29,  of Sitio Carcarot of said barangay.
The suspect was identified as Ricky Garnace, out-of- school youth and resident of same barangay.
After the stabbing, the victim was rushed to Candon General Hospital but pronounced dead on arrival by attending physician Teresa Basabas.
The suspect was apprehended by responding police officers of Candon.
Police did not say what prompted the suspect to stab the victim.-Myds Supnad

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