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Drunk man drowns in Tadian fishpond
TADIAN, Mountain Province – A young man drowned in a fishpond here Monday after he fell off a road. Police said they received a phone call around 6”30 a.m. from a certain
 Ericson Bayawa Agaid who told them a human body was floating in the fishpond identified later as as Cris Banban Guidangen, 28, laborer of Barangay Poblacion.
Investigation disclosed the victim went earlier to Auto Repair Shop in Dogodog, Poblacion owned and managed by James Simongo Sr. and joined a drinking session there.
Between 8:30 to 9:00 p.m. Monday, his cousin Walter Guidangen who was with the group noticed the victim go out of the shop and left the place. Investigation disclosed the victim accidentally fell from the road going to the fish pond and an extended bar in the pond hit his forehead. Dr. Ruth Ann Sabling Balaoas, municipal health officer said the victim died due to drowning. The cadaver of the victim was brought by his relatives at their residence in Sitio Katapag, Poblacion.

 Driver falls asleep; rams  2 vehicles in Mankayan

MANKAYAN, Benguet – A man was injured when he fell asleep while driving resulting to his vehicle ramming two others Monday around 2 p.m. along the Mankayan-Abatan National here in Ambabag, Guinaoang.
The involved vehicles were a Tamaraw FX with  plate number ADG 439 driven by Marcos Cotit Lensing, 45, farmer; Tamaraw FX bearing plate number UDJ 535 owned and driven by Ariel Ogalde Kines, 28, satellite installer agent  and  Nissan pick-up truck without plate number registered to Madelone Baguista Guanso, 40, supervisor of Highland Warrior Security Agency, resident of Paco, Mankayan.
 Investigation disclosed Lensing was traversing towards Abatan, Buguias when it accidentally bumped the purple Tamaraw FX parked on the right shoulder of the road. The stationary vehicle was pushed forward bumping in turn the Nissan pick-up truck  parked in front of the house of the owner.
Lensing said he suddenly fell asleep while driving and swerved the vehicle directly towards the two vehicles. He was rushed by responding PNP personnel to the RHU, Poblacion, Mankayan for medical treatment while the involved vehicles incurred damages. The parties opted to settle the case among themselves.

Alilem police burn marijuana plantation 

CAMP PRES QUIRINO, Ilocos Sur- Police discovered and uprooted a marijuana plantation in the remote Sitio Lap-angan, Barangay Dalawa, Alilem town last week.
Reports received by Senior Supt.  Jovencio Badua, provincial police director, said personnel of Alilem police and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency led by Senior Inspr. Jade Macaraeg and Chief Insp. Andrew Rabang conducted eradication drive which resulted to discovery of 125 pieces of fully grown marijuana plants valued at P25,000.
Badua said the marijuana area was cultivated by one Ave Dingoasen, resident of the place who still remains at large 
The marijuana plants were burned at the site witnessed by barangay kagawads Allan Bangaoil and Alano Lacondazo of Poblacion. – Myds Supnad

 Cagayan drug suspect  shot dead by lawmen

TUGUEGARAO CITY, Cagayan -- Ernesto Cabalza, 28, was killed by lawmen when he allegedly drew his gun when he sensed he had sold shabu to undercover agents here in Barangay Annafunan East on July 16.

 Grade 2 pupil drowns at Chico River

TINGLAYAN, Kalinga -- A grade 2 pupil drowned after she was swept away by the Chico River’s strong current here in Barangay Luplupa Tuesday afternoon.
Police and the Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council looked for the victim and after an hour, the team spotted an unconscious Jenryl Olimpia Guiwa, 8, grade 2 pupil of Luplupa Elementary School in the vicinity of Barangay Ambato of same municipality.
Rescuers tried to revive the girl while she was being transported to a local healthcare facility.
Efforts to revive her after an hour, however, failed.
Initial investigation showed that the girl and two classmates, decided to take a dip in the river after their classes.
The young victim, according to her classmates, was immediately swept away by the river current, which prompted them to seek help.

Student stabs self after knowing GF has text mate

POTIA, Ifugao – A student was critically injured when he stabbed himself here Tuesday after he caught his girlfriend sending a message to a text mate during a drinking session.
Police identified the victim as Arnold Ridon Fiesta, 18, Grade 11 student of Sta. Maria National High School and resident hdre of Barangay Kiling.
Police said the victim and his girlfriend Evangeline Cabalsi Quinto, 17, grade 11 of same school and resident of Butigue, Paracelis, Mt. Province with two other companions were having drinking session at their boarding house owned by Constancio Gonzadan located at Sitio Zamora, Sta. Maria when the victim caught his girlfriend having a text mate and later an altercation ensued causing the victim to get a kitchen knife on his waist and stabbed his abdomen. 
Quinto with her friends brought the victim to a local hospital but was later brought to United Doctor’s Medical Clinic in Cauayan City.  

 Man in Bacolor drug list shot dead

BACOLOR, Pampanga -- Rosby de Leon, 45, and Denmark Jay Mungcal, 20, was killed when he allegedly shot it out with police in a sting here in Barangay Cabeticana. The suspect was reportedly under police drug list.

Vehicles collide along Marcos road; driver hurt

TUBA, Benguet – A driver was injured while two vehicles were heavily damaged when they collided here along Marcos Highway, Salpang, Taloy Sur Tuesday around 10 p.m..
The vehicles were red Toyota Vios with plate number TBI 215, driven by Dionisio Ingosan Diasan, 42 , mechanic, of Mankayan, Benguet and blue Mitsubishi Strada pick-up with plate number UUX 568, driven by Jesus Toribio, 45 of AC 127, East Buyagan, Poblacion, La Trinidad, Benguet.
Investigation disclosed that the lowland-bound Toyota Vios encroached the opposite lane colliding to the upcoming Mitsubishi Strada.
Diasan said he was distracted by a glaring light emanating from another vehicle at the opposite lane. Diasan was rushed to Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center  by a concerned citizen for treatment.

Grade 2 student drowns along Chico River

TINGLAYAN, Kalinga – An 8-year-old Grade 2 student was swept away by strong current of the Chico Rive here Tuesday resulting to his death. 
Police identified the victim as Jenryl Olimpia Guiwa, of Luplupa Elementary School and resident of Poblacion. He was carried away by Chico River waters at Barangay Luplupa prompting police, municipal rescue team and community folks to respond.  Rescuing teams recovered the victim unconscious at the Barangay Ambato. First aid was administered and the victim was later brought to Tinglayan rural health unit but after an hour, Gujiwa was pronounced dead by the attending physician.
Investigation revealed that victim and his two companions, after classes, went to take a bath along the Chico River but the victim was carried by the river prompting his companions to seek help. Cause of death was drowning. The victim’s body was brought home by his family members to their residence.

Illegal fishing nets confiscated

ALILEM, Ilocos Sur -- Police confiscated 10 illegal fishing nets sprawled along the giant river of barangays Pandan-Callaguip-Baggoc this town last week
No one, however, was apprehended. In his report to Senior Supt. Jovencio Badua, Ilocos Sur police director, Senior Insp. Rodel Ularte, chief of police, said confiscation of the illegal fine mesh, locally known as bolaong and kukatot, came after receiving reports that unidentified fishermen utilized fine mesh along the river which is in violation of Municipal ordinance No. 01-01.
 Ularte said his policemen with Municipal Agriculture Office personnel  implemented Municipal Ordinance No. 01-01, Sec. 22 (Illegal use of illegal fine mesh net) along the said river. Nobody claimed ownership of the fishing nets. --Myds Supnad

Pusher killed in Tarlac clash

TARLAC CITY -- A suspected drug pusher was killed in an armed encounter with the police in Immaculate Conception Subd., Sitio Centro, Barangay Tibag, here Wednesday morning.
Tarlac chief of police Supt. Bayani Razalan, in his report to provincial director Senior Supt. Richie Posadas, identified the slain pusher as Ramon Romero, alias Boss Ram, temporarily renting a house in said barangay.
Recovered from Romero were a Cal. 45 with two live ammunition and two marked P100 bills.
Razalan said Romero sold two sachets of shabu to poseur-buyer SPO2 Oscar S. Marcus Jr., who, along with a confidential asset, resisted when about to be arrested and fired at the officers.
Romero was killed in the ensuing firefight with the policemen.
The body of the suspect was brought to Lotus Funeral Homes in Tarlac City for autopsy examination.

Man shot dead in Solano town

NORTH SOLANO, Nueva Vizcaya -- Jamier Davban, 24, was shot dead here in Barangay Poblacion, North Solano on July 16 for still unknown reasons.

Man killed in hut, dumped Abra river

SAN JUAN, Abra – An unidentified man was allegedly killed in a hut here and was later found floating on Malanas River around 6 a.m. Tuesday.
Assistant chief of police Senior Insp, Rodolfo B. Tubadeza, said they received a call from Barangay Pattaoig chairperson Elisa Malapote saying a certain Teodoro Amit, of Barangay Colabaoan  saw a floating cadaver at Malanas River.
Investigation disclosed the cadaver had multiple stab wounds on different parts of the body. The cadaver was identified by Jessie Ta-a, nephew of the victim and barangay officials of Badas as Marcos Talledo, 45 of Badas.
The crime was believed done at the nipa hut of the victim due to the presence of blood stains and kitchen knife. Police listed fingerprints from the crime scene, blood stains and several pieces of evidence.

Drug suspect’s body stuffed in drum

MEYCAUAYAN, Bulacan – The body of an unidentified man with multiple gunshot wounds was found stuffed in a drum in front of a motor shop here in Barangay Malhacan. A piece of cardboard identifying the victim as a drug addict and robber was recovered near his body.

Man nabbed for stealing P8,500, cell phone  

BAGUIO CITY – A young man was arrested after stealing  P8,500 and Samsung cell phone worth P4,500 from another during a drinking session here at the Esonice Bus Terminal here along Shanum Street early Monday morning.      
The victim was identified as  Jessie Diaz Dumaca, 21of City Camp Proper while the suspect was named as  Jayvee Salviejo Magpayo, 21 of Bengao, Marcos Highway.
 Investigation disclosed that the victim with his companion John Mel Arnaldo were drinking when the suspect who was seated in another table, requested to join their drinking session. Due to intoxication, the victim and his companion fell asleep. Afterwards, the victim feltthe suspect was frisking him taking his wallet containing the cash and cell phone from his front right pocket. The suspect sensed that the victim was awakened so he ran away. The victim chased the suspect but the items were passed on to his companions.
 The three suspects ran towards Kisad Road turning right at Ina Mansion until they reached General Lim Street where the suspect was arrested while his companions managed to escape.

Woman ‘rearrested’ while in jail for estafa

BAGUIO CITY – Police served a warrant of arrest on a woman accused of illegal recruitment here Monday at the Ladies Dorm of Bureau of Jail Management and Penology.
The suspect was named as Marie Claire Afidchao Vergara also known as Claire or Clarissa Delos Santos, 50 of Purok 22, San Carlos Heights here.  
This, after Maria Ligaya V. Itliong-Rivera, presiding judge of RTC Branch 5, Baguio City issued arrest warrant against her. Vergara was reportedly detained earlier for estafa.

 Drug surrenderee killed in attack

GANU, Isabela – A drug surrenderee was killed in an attack by motorcycle-riding men here early last week.Jojo Aggari, 25, was shot dead by motorcycle-riding men as he was working in front of a house in Barangay District 2. Witnesses said Aggari ran to the house, but one of the assailants pursued him.
Aggari died from several gunshot wounds in the head and body.
Reports said the fatality was on the drug list of the local police and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency.

Woman, 64, evades jail by posting P800,000 bail

BAGUIO CITY – A 64-year-old woman evaded time at the city jail here Monday after she posted bail of P800,000 for estafa.
Arrested was Elizabeth Quinio Pinono, self-employed, who was arrested in her residence at No. 146 Purok 3, km 4, Asin Road. This, after Judge Mona Lisa V. Tiongson-Tabora of RTC, First Judicial Region, Br-7, Baguio City issued warrant against her. She was brought to police station then turned over to the court and posted bail for her temporary liberty.

 Man shot dead in Solano town

NORTH SOLANO, Nueva Vizcaya -- Jamier Davban, 24, was shot dead here in Barangay Poblacion, North Solano on July 16 for still unknown reasons.

Man nabbed for lack of business permit 

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – A man was arrested here Tuesday for operating without a business permit but later walked off free after posting P1,000 bail. Arrested was Sinor Bayod Thomas, 59, businessman, of Kapangan, Benguet.
Thomas was arrested in Barangay Betag here following warrant issued by Melita Amylesha G. Delson-Macaraeg, acting presiding judge of MTC La Trinidad. The suspect was accused in Criminal Case No. R-17968 for violation of Municipal Ordinance 12-2005 known as the 2005 La Trinidad Revised Revenue Code (operating business without permit.)

80-year-old man nabbed for violation of RA 9262

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – An 80-year-old man was arrested here Monday for violation of  Republic Act 9262. Arrested was
Amado Tompao Marino, resident here of JF-101 Toyong, Pico. This, after Marietta B. Coaling, acting presiding judge of RTC Br 9, La Trinidad Benguet docketed under Criminal Case No. 17-CR-11996 issued warrant against him setting bail of P160, 000 for his temporary liberty.

Student shot in Urdaneta

URDANETA, Pangasinan -- Student Salman Madale, 18, was buying cigarettes at a convenience store hre in Barangay San Vicente when he was fired at July 16.

 Lawmen kill shabu seller in buy-bust

TARLAC CITY -- Ramon Romero, alias Boss Ram was killed by lawmen when he reportedly drew his gun when he sensed he had sold shabu to undercover agents here in Barangay Tibag, Tarlac City.  Twenty-one sachets of shabu, a Cal.45 pistol and marked money were among those recovered from the fatality.


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