>> Monday, May 22, 2017

 Nigerian nursing student hit by speeding taxi dies 

BAGUIO CITY – A Nigerian national was killed when she was hit by a speeding taxicab here Tuesday around 23:10 p.m. along Magsaysay Ave. fronting AYO Building.
Police identified the victim as Oreoluwa Tope Oyinloye, 29, taking up BS Nursing at AMA and resident of Aurora Hill.
She was hit by a Toyota Innova Wagon taxi with license plate AAA-1419, driven by Julio Goloyogo Balangue, 67, of 8 Block 3 Middle Quirino Hill.
 Investigation disclosed the vehicle came from direction of EN CLEAN gasoline station and while descending opposite lane, bumped the victim. After the impact, the taxi driver accelerated his vehicle going down towards lower Magsaysay Avenue leaving the victim in front of AYO Building sprawled on the road pavement.
While traversing Lower Magsaysay Avenue junction of Buhagan Road, it again hit the rear portion of an Isuzu Crosswind Wagon Taxi with license plate AYT-420, driven by Roy Rogelio Singina Lacaben, 51, of No.  IC-104H Betag, La Trinidad, Benguet.
As a result, both vehicles involved incurred damages. This, as Oyinloye was seriously injured and brought by a certain Debbie Saddot Banagui, barangay chairperson of Lower Magsaysay Barangay to Pines Doctor’s Hospital for medical treatment but was pronounced dead on arrival by the attending physician.
The police report didn’t say if Balangue was arrested or if court charges were filed against him.

Farmer shot dead

STO. Domingo, Ilocos Sur -- A farmer was shot dead while tending to his cattle in Barangay Quimmarayan, Sto. Domingo, Ilocos Sur on Monday. 
Initial investigation showed PaulinoTabula’s wife found him bloodied after she heard gunshots at around 8 a.m.
An investigation is underway.  

Cadaver found along Itogon road ravine 

ITOGON, Benguet – A cadaver was found here Wenesdday around 3:30 p.m. in a ravine 20 feet below the Baguio, Benguet-Nueva Vizcaya Road here in Marooc, Loacan by a certain Jerick Toda Pumahing.
The cadaver was identified as that of VenerBalangMontilla aka Cayat, 42, garage driver ofTabandaarea, km 5 , La Trinidad, Benguet, native of MaslaTadian, Mt. Province and resident of Sunflower, Alno, La Trinidad. 
He was reported missing since May 5 by La Trinidad Police Station. The cadaver was in state of advanced decomposition. A visible fracture was seen on his jaw. The cadaver was brought to Funeral Homes, Marcos Highway, Baguio City for autopsy.

 Tarlac City grenade throwers charged

By Nelson Bolos
TARLAC CITY – Three suspected grenade throwers in two recent incidents here were identified and charged in court here.
In Capas, the two suspects who lobbed a grenade at the police station were identified as Jerick Carlo Allerey, a former military personnel here of Barangay Cristo Rey and GaruTanglao of Barangay Manlapig.
A fragmentation grenade was thrown by the suspects at the front door of the Capas  police station May 1 around 12:20 a.m.
The station’s glass pane and a parked motorcycle were damaged but no one was hurt.
The suspects’ identities were established from CCTV footages and by witnesses.
In Tarlac City, Roger Caparas, of CalleOnse, Barangay Maligaya was positively identified as the one who threw a grenade at the house of Primo Lucban, also of Maligaya May 3 at around 12:55 a.m.
According to Chief Insp Augusto Pasamonte, head of police provincial investigation and detection management branch, a witness, who is Lucban’s neighbor, personally saw Caparas throw the grenade.
The witness’s identity was withheld for security reasons.
Pasamonte said all three suspects were charged before the Provincial Prosecutors Office here.  
The separate incidents of grenade throwing in Tarlac came into news limelight with the reports of series of bomb explosions in Quiapo, Manila.
Last week, during the ASEAN Summit, a bomb exploded in Quiapo where a person was killed and several others injured.
On Tuesday, Quiapo two explosions killed two persons and injuring at six others.

Driver dies in Abra motorcycle collision

BUCAY, Abra -- Two motorcycles collided here Wednesday around 4:30 p.m. in Barangay Layugan resulting to death of a driver and injury to another. A police report said the first motorcycle driven by Bryan TabadayPanela, 18 collided with another one driven by Robert Barroga, 40.
Investigation disclosed Panela was traversing said road coming from Layugan, to Poblacion but did not notice upcoming motorcycle from opposite direction resulting to collision at center lane.
Both drivers were rushed by ambulance to Bucay District Hospital for treatment but later transferred to Abra Provincial Hospital, where Barroga was declared dead on arrival by the attending physician.
Further investigation revealed Barroga was under the influence of liquor as found out by Dr. Rolex Gonzales, attending physician. Both motorcycles incurred undetermined cost of damages and now under the custody of Bucay police.

Man caught for extorting money from two students  

BAGUIO CITY – A young man was caught in an entrapment operation for trying to extort money from his three victims he robbed earlier of their belongings.
Police said the incident happened Tuesday around 6:30 p.m. at Sunshine Park. Victims were identified as students Rethany Darla, 20 and Michelle Dysangco, 21. They were reportedly victimized by Charles Valente Hizon, 25, resident of No.16 MRR Queen of Peace. Investigation disclosed victims were having dance practice at the park when the suspect took their bag pack containing cash, personal belongings and gadgets. The suspect later texted Darla and demanded P3, 500 so he will return their belongings.
The victims complained to police who conducted entrapment operation which led to the arrest of the suspect and recovery of stolen items.

 Farmer arrested for rape in Kiangan

KIANGAN, Ifugao – Police arrested Dello Bilibli Inway, 21 farmer, here of Sitio Awa, Julongan for rape after
Judge Romeo Habbiling of RTC BR.14 Lagawe, Ifugao issued warrant against him with no bail recommended. The accused is now detained at the town jail.

 Baguio businessman nabbed for estafa

BAGUIO CITY – A certain Kendrick P. Rodillas, 31, businessman, of Shangrila Village, San Luis here was arrested Wednesday for estafa after Jennifer Humiding, presiding judge of RTC Branch 63, La Trinidad, Benguet issued warrant against him with recommended bail of P100, 000.

 'Six million man,' arrested in Ilocos

CAMP ELPIDIO QUIRINO, Ilocos Sur- Police arrested a drug personality dubbed “Six Million Man” in Cabugao town last week.
Reports sent to Chief Supt Charlo Collado, regional police director, showed town police implemented search warrant issued by Judge Raphiel F. Alzate of RTC Branch 24, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur, 1st Judicial Region in the house of a certain Elmer Benedicto Sajor, alias “Six Million Man” of Barangay Quezon, Cabugao which resulted to seizure of shabu, marijuana and illegal drug paraphernalia.
Senior Supt. Rey de Vera, town police director, said his men conducted inventory of seized items with village chief Nida Braceros, barangay council members Roger B. Savella, Engelberto Gazmen and DOJ representative Jason Villaluz. – Myds Supnad

 American arrested for child webcam sex

MABALACAT, Pampanga– An American suspected of exploiting Filipino children using webcams to sell videos, images and livestreams has been arrested in this town.
David Timothy Deakin’s arrest by agents of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) on April 20, and the rescue of two girls, is one of the largest seizures of potentially illicit digital content in the country.
Deakin has been charged with cyber crime, child pornography, child abuse and child trafficking.
“This should serve as a warning,” said Janet Francisco, NBI anti-human trafficking chief. “We will really put them in jail and they will die in jail.”
The 53-year-old suspect, originally from Peoria, Illinois, claimed he did not make videos of children.
Webcam child abuse is increasing rapidly in the Philippines, with a growing pool of pedophile buyers from the US and Europe.
The United Nations said there is an “alarming growth” of new forms of child sexual exploitation online.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation said it is an “epidemic” with 750,000 child predators online at any given time. Almost every case stems from the Philippines, where good English speakers, increased internet connection and widespread international cash transfer systems combine with widespread poverty and easy access to vulnerable kids. 

Two men, minor nabbed for stealing burger money

LAMUT, Ifugao – Two young men and a minor were booked for allegedly forcibly opening a burger stand and stealing P5, 956 collection money placed inside a drawer.
            The alleged suspects were identified as Efren Sonio Mateo, 20; Rodel De Leon Ramos, 23 and a minor, all residents of Poblacion West. Investigation disclosed on April 4, around 2:40 a.m., the Franks burger stand in Poblacion East allegedly ransacked by the suspects who  destroyed the padlock of main door and back window of the stand then took the money. The victim identified as Maricel Bala Macario, 32, sales clerk and manager of the stand filed a complaint with the barangay office who referred the matter to police. Case was referred to the Prosecutor’s Office. 

Couple arrested for estafa in La Trinidad

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – A couple was arrested here Wednesday for estafa. Police named them as Ben Mable Alindan, 39 and Marceline Alindan, 30 both residents here of Central Buyagan. 
They were arrested at their residence after Danilo P. Camacho, presiding Judge of RTC Br 62, La Trinidad, Benguet issued warrant against them, The judge set bail of P34, 000 each for their temporary liberty,

Man arrested for shabu in Santiago

SANTIAGO, Ilocos Sur -- Police implemented a search warrant issued by executive judge Gina Juan Chan of RTC Branch 22, and swooped down at Barangay Sabangan  which resulted to the arrest of Jimmy Elizaga listed by police as  “high impact target.”
Seized at the house of Elizaga were shabu contained in 13 sachets, drug paraphernalia and  cell phone used for illegal drug transactions. - MydsSupnad

 Barangay security member finds gun 

BAGUIO CITY – A certain Jaime Corpuz Buenavista, 53, member of barangay security group of Barangay Lourdes Proper here turned over Wednesday to police a Cal. 38 revolver without serial number. Accordingly, he recovered the said firearm while cleaning the grassy backyard along the road in Lourdes Proper. The firearm was brought to Crime Laboratory Office, Baguio City for ballistic examination.

 Man yields to tokhang

BANGUED, Abra – Police conducted OplanTokhang here Wednesday which resulted to surrender of Maximo Berras Ascano with verified true name as Junior Blancaflor Ascano, 34, unemployed, of Zone 6.
Ascano executed an oath saying he will reform and stop use of illegal drugs.

Three hurt in Bokod motorcycle collision

BOKOD, Benguet – Two motorcycles collided here Wednesday around 11:15 a.m. along  Bokod-Kabayan Road in front of Creekside Construction Supply, Gurel, Poblacion resulting to injuries of both drivers and a back-rider.  One of the drivers was identified as Jan Carlo Panayo Lictag, 17, student with his back rider Hilda Bangkey Panayo, 79 both residents here of Karao.The other motorcycle was driven by Agustin Soriano Oliveros, 54 of Pangasinan, resident of San Vicente, Baguio City.
Investigation disclosed Lictag’s motorcycle was speeding towards Poblacion, while the other was traversing to Baguio City when  Oliveros encroached the opposite lane which resulted to head-on collision.  As a result, Lictag and his back ride sustained injuries on their head and other parts of their body while Oliveros was injured on his face. All were rushed to Dennis Molintas Memorial Hospital in Barangay Daclan for treatment and later referred to Baguio General Hospital, Baguio City. Both motorcycles incurred damages and were brought to Bokod police station for safekeeping.

 Machine gun confiscated in Banaue

BANAUE, Ifugao – Police confiscated a homemade 9mm machine gun here in Barangay Ducligan from a resident police didn’t name.
 Prior to this, a concerned citizen reported to police illegal discharge of firearm at said place. The report was verified and through the intervention of the punong barangay, responding personnel convinced the relative of the suspect to turnover the firearm. The confiscated firearm is now under the custody of Banaue police. The report didn’t say if the suspect was arrested.

Cattle businessman stabbed by farmer 

DOLORES, Abra – A businessman engaged in buying and selling of cattle was injured after he was stabbed by a farmer here Tuesday around 4 p.m. Barangay Taping chairman Renato Barbosa Beroña said the incident happened in his barangay wherein the victim was named as Jimmy Barbosa Beroña, 54, while the suspect was Nick Martinez Medrano, 41, both residents of same place.
Police investigation disclosed victim and his companions were playing cards when the suspect who was drunk arrived and had a heated argument with the victim. Afterwards, the suspect suddenly drew a knife and stabbed the victim hitting his left arm. The suspect was arrested by responding cops with the weapon he used in his possession.

 Ex-security guard turns over gun to police  

MANABO, Abra – A certain Ricardo De Guzman Valera, 65, retired security guard turned in to police a Cal. 38 revolver handgun without ammunition for safekeeping, saying the license of said firearm expired on July 14, 2013. Police advised Valera to renew his firearm's license.

 Businessman jailed for child abuse

BAGUIO CITY – A businessman was arrested here Tuesday for repeatedly maltreating a 13-year-old boy who is now at the Welfare office’s Silungan Center. A police report said latest incident of abuse was on Tuesday around 11:45 a.m.at Lower Balacbac, Sto. Tomas Proper. The report identified the suspect as John Sapelino Ordoñez, 30, resident of the area.
Investigation disclosed the suspect got irked for unspecified reason and mauled the victim by throwing a mono-block chair hitting the latter’s leg then banged his head on the wall because accordingly, the minor displayed misbehavior to suspect’s wife. The victim said this was not the first time Ordoñez inflicted injuries on him.  
The report did not state the relationship of the victim to the suspect. 
The case was brought to the attention of duty inquest prosecutor Margarita Manalo where she issued preliminary disposition order for the transfer of custody of the arrested suspect to the city jail.

P200-K bail set for top 2 wanted man 

BAGUIO CITY – The top 2 wanted person in this city was arrested Tuesday along Honeymoon Road for “robbery with force.” Arrested was Mark Anthony Kadiang Pacantes, 25, unemployed, of No. 35 Bengao, Bakakeng Central following warrant issued against him by  Mona Lisa V. Tiongson-Tabora, presiding judge of First Judicial Region, RTC Branch 7, Baguio City. Tabora set bail of P200,000 for temporary liberty of Pacantes.

 AXA Baguio branch manager nabbed for estafa

BAGUIO CITY – The branch manager of AXA Philippines, Baguio Branch,  resident of No. 4 Queen of Peace was arrested here Tuesday for estafa at the firm’s office in Clemente Building, Shanum Street.
Nabbed was Maylene Q. Dayrit, 50, married after warrant was issued against her by Mona Lisa V. Tiongson-Tabora, presiding judge of RTC Branch 7, Baguio City for four counts of estafa. Tabora set bail bond of P100,000 for each case. 
The suspect was detained here at the city jail.

Musician hit, hurt by taxicab

BAGUIO CITY – A musician was in injured when he was sideswiped by a taxicab in front of the Baguio Country Sounds nightspot here along Lower Magsaysay Avenue Tuesday around 5 a.m. Tuesday. 
The victim was named as Aurelio “Leo” Carino Pacalso, 51 of South Sanitary Camp who was hit by a Mitsubishi Adventure wagon taxi bearing plate number AYT 594 driven by Octavio Dalisan Dalang, 41 of Quirino Hill. Investigation disclosed Pacalso came from BCS and was crossing towards opposite side of the road when he was hit by the taxi descending from Baguio Center Mall. Pacalso was brought by the driver to Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center for treatment.

Responding police confiscated Dalang’s driver’s license and OR/CR of the vehicle. 


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