>> Sunday, October 8, 2017

Construction worker stabs peer in regional PNP camp

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – A construction worker was stabbed by his co-worker here at the regional police headquarters in Camp Dangwa  Friday around 12:30 a.m.
The victim was identified as James Oplas Jr., 29 while the suspect was named as Johnny Moyaen Alingcotan, 32, both residents of Gumatdang, Atok town.
Police said the victim and suspect with three co-workers were having a drinking session at their barracks when the suspect and victim had intense arguments that resulted in a fistfight. Their co-workers pacified them, but the victim still challenged the suspect that prompted the suspect to stab the victim. The suspect escaped after the incident while the victim was brought to the Benguet General Hospital for medical treatment. The victim sustained one stabbed wound in his neck and two stab wounds in his back, and still under observation in the hospital.

Man, 76 posts P500-K bail for estafa

BAGUIO CITY – A 76-year-old man was arrested here Thursday for estafa but posted a half a million peso bail which led to his temporary liberty. 
The accused was named as Rodolfo Aspillaga of No. 89 Upper Engineer’s Hill Baguio City. He was arrested at Satellite Market, Engineer’s Hill after Maria Ligaya V. Itliong-Rivera, acting presiding judge of First Judicial Region RTC Branch 60, Baguio City issued warrant against him.

House caretaker’s body found in Baguio garage

BAGUIO CITY – A house caretaker was found dead in their garage here Thursday around 10:50 a.m. at Balballo-Licaño, Adiwang, Purok 7, Dontogan. The cadaver was identified as that of Lope Hulipas Laugo, 53. His wife Ruth told police at about 7:30 a.m., she found her husband lying, unresponsive and with blood clot near his head near their gate. Ruth said her husband had hypertension. Police, Emergency and Medical Service personnel tried to revive the victim then rushed him to the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center but he was declared dead on arrival by attending doctor.

Boy, 14 still missing in Alfonso Lista

ALFONSO LISTA, Ifugao – A 14-year old boy is still missing after he didn’t go home since Sept. 15. Bert Vidal Dazon, 61, of Purok 2, Namillangan here told police Thursday his adopted son Wendel Santillan Decoy, Grade 4 pupil of Namillangan Elementary School was missing..
He said around 11:30 a.m. of Sept. Wendel spanked the stomach of his classmate that prompted him not to go home because he was afraid he might be scolded.
On Sept. 20, he was seen under a Tamarind tree in Purok 2, Namillangan by a student not knowing that he was near the Dazon house.

 Slay of old woman, theft of P500-K jewelry,P25-K unsolved

BAGUIO CITY – Police are still facing a blank wall on murderers of a 77-year-old lady here Sept. 129 who took half a million pesos worth of jewelries when they ransacked her house Tuesday at Lot 1 Block 3, Phase 1, Richview Square Subdivision, Bakakeng Norte.
Dr. Emily Grace Teodoro Estares, 49, resident of the place identified the victim as Lourdes Abalos Teodoro.
Investigation disclosed, Estares, the victim’s daughter came home and discovered the incident around 5:45 p.m. that day.
She claimed their master’s bedroom was ransacked of the jewelries including P25,000 cash.
Police found the second floor backdoor was opened.

 2 slain in Cabanatuan City drug shootout

CABANATUAN CITY -- Two alleged members of an armed group were killed while six others were arrested following an alleged encounter with police officers in here on Sept, 24.
Police identified the fatalities as Jeremy Gomez of Caliwanagan, San Jose City, and Ramon Baldos of Bagong Bayan, General Llanera town, both in Nueva Ecija.
Five of those arrested were Marialuz Dipano, 59; Gideon Reyes, 31; Rodel Soria, 28; Jun Quino, 35, and William Soria, 27.
The suspects reportedly yielded four pistols, a shotgun and several ammunition, according to Central Police director Chief Supt. Amador Corpus.
Members of the Cabanatuan City police responded to a report that a group of armed men had been spotted roaming in Barangay Pula.
The group reportedly fired at the approaching police officers, triggering an encounter, Corpus said. – Ric Sapnu

Man hits child with ex-wife

BAGUIO CITY – A case was filed for physical injuries against a man here for physically abusing and hitting his son for no apparent reason here Thursday around 9 a.m. The victim’s mother Charlotte Abaya Talanay, 28 said the incident transpired along the road of Lower Kitma, Bakakeng Central, Sept.  22 around 5 p.m. The victim was identified as Gerald Griffin Talanay Acdong, 6, grade 1 pupil at the Siena Hills Academy Incorporated while the suspect was identified as John Daniel “Tisoy” Cole of Purok 14, Maryland Homes Subdivision, Cypress Irisan.
The suspect and his family reportedly visited the house of the victim because the suspect’s former wife was living there. The suspect and his in-laws had a drinking spree under a nipa house outside the victim’s house.
While the victim and the suspect’s son Coco Cole were playing along the road, the suspect suddenly got angry and chased the victim and his son. The suspect was shouting at the victim “Demonyo ka nga ubing, papatayin kita” several times while he was chasing him.  The suspect  reached the victim and pulled him back and forth holding his T-shirt from his back. Not contented, he carried him and shoved him on the road and hit him with a stone. Due to fear, the victim was trembling and vomited.  Their neighbors saw the incident and shouted at the suspect to stop hurting the child.  

 Motorcycle owner appeals return of stolen motorbike

TUBLAY, Benguet – A thief stole a motorcycle here Tuesday at Dutaan, Daclan, Tublay on complaint of Mark Lee Pedro, 31 urging anyhbody who has knowledge about the stolen vehicle to report it to police. The vehicle was described as black Kawasaki Rouser 135 motorcycle with plate number 1990XK, with engine no. JEZCCF4534 and chassis no. MD2A17CZ9CCF43626.
Pedro parked his motorcycle around 5 p.m. along the highway some 50 meters away from their house and noticed it missing at daybreak the next day.

Stay-out house helper runs away with P68-K jewelries

BAGUIO CITY – Be careful in hiring house helpers. A resident of Lexberville Subdivision, Sto Tomas Proper here identified as Marjorie Dizon Ocon, 34, told police her stay-out house helper stole P68,000 worth of her jewelries on Tuesday which later discovered sold or pawned.
Ocon, 34 identified the suspect as Ritchelle Tagam Obsioma, 31, house helper, sales lady, and a resident of Sariling Sikap, San Carlos, Irisan and AF-06 North Sanitary Camp.
Dizon said she discovered her assorted jewelries placed in a jewelry box at their closet at their master’s bedroom were missing. She suspected her house helper, who cleaned their house on Sept. 15, was the one who took said items. At about 1 p.m. on Sept. 23, complainant went to Malcom Square, where the suspect was working and confronted her about the missing jewelries. The suspect handed to the complainant receipt of pawned jewelries at IslandPhil pawnshop located at General Luna dated Sept. 3 and admitted that she took the two sets of jewelries on Sept. 2 and pawned it the following day at the pawnshop.
 The suspect also admitted to she took the other sets of jewelries on Sept. 15  and sold it at Kayang St. on Sept. 
Items taken by the suspect gold bracelets, earrings, pendants, cell phone Among others.
Cases for theft were filed against the suspect at the Prosecutor’s Office.

Barangay chairman nabbed over shabu

TALAVERA, Nueva Ecija -- Ruben Beltran, 52, chairman of Barangay Minabuyoc here and his alleged cohort Ronnel Roxas, 27, were arrested after selling shabu to policemen who posed as buyers. An M16 rifle and 20 sachets of shabu were allegedly recovered from the suspects.

Farmer nabbed for rape in Kapangan 

KAPANGAN, Benguet –Police arrested a farmer identified as Rocky Patnao Flores,  22 of Central here Tuesdday after Marietta S. Brawner-Cualing, presiding judge of the Regional Trial Court Branch 9, La Trinidad, Benguet issued warrant against him for rape. Bail was set at
P 240,000 for his temporary liberty.

Two injured in Abra-Kalinga Road crash

TAYUM, Abra – Two persons were injured when their motorbikes collided here Tuesday around 9:15 a.m. along Abra-Kalinga Road at Barangay Gaddani.
The Maton125 with sidecar bearing Plate Number 1367AY, was driven by Roger Saturnino Alagao Sr. with his back rider Shiela Daria Donato, 15. It collided with a Mio110 bearing plate number AU17824 driven by Harvey Tadeo Bosas, 15. Investigation disclosed both motorcycles were traversing the provincial road when the Maton125 accidentally bumped the back portion of the Mio Motorcycle that caused the back rider to fall and was brought to Seares Hospital for treatment while the driver was unhurt. The driver of the Maton was hurt on his leg and brought to Tayum Health Center. Both parties agreed to settle the case amicably.

2 drug suspects killed in Nueva Ecija, Bulacan

CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga -- Two drug suspects were killed in alleged encounters with police officers in Bulacan and Nueva Ecija on Monday.
Ronnie Buenaventura, alias Kulot, reportedly pulled out a gun after sensing he was dealing with undercover agents in Balagtas, Bulacan.
Buenaventura allegedly fired at the officers, triggering a shootout that resulted in his death.
Police said they recovered a pistol and three plastic sachets said to contain shabu from the suspect.
Meanwhile, Leo Sarmiento, 48, was killed after he reportedly fired at police officers during a sting in San Jose City, Nueva Ecija.
Probers said they recovered a .9mm pistol, three plastic sachets said to contain shabu and marked money from the suspect. – Ric Sapnu

 Motorbike driver, rider hurt in Baguio collision  

BAGUIO CITY – A motorcycle rider and his rider identified as Lito Tanacio Caasi, 28, and Conception Padilla Caasi, 28, were injured when their motorcycle hit the rear of an Isuzu Crosswind wagon taxi driven by Brendon Basungit Lasang, 28 here Tuesday around 8:30 p.m. along Leonard Wood Road. 
Both vehicles incurred damages while the rider the injured were brought to Baguio General and Hospital and Medical Center for treatment.

Young man nabbed for threat to kill minor

SAN ISIDRO, Abra – A young man was arrested here for pointing an unlicensed gun at a minor and threatening to kill him here Tuesday around 2 p.m. at the Poblacion.
The victim was named as Raymon P. Paladera, 17 while the suspect was identified as Jedd Paul Biendima Anastacio, 24 of Poblacion. 
Police said the victim and three other students identified as Regie Castillo Balobar, 13; Bryan Joshua Mandigma Pacsa, 14 and Marvin Dulay Palom, all students of San Isidro National High School were playing at the waiting shed when the suspect arrived and drew a Cal. 38 revolver, pointed to the victim’s left temple then said in Ilokano: “Kayat mo ta patayen ka ta makulongak laengen (You want me to kill you so I’ll be jailed?)”Saan nak tit-titigan loko (Don’t look at me fool), then walked away. Police arrested Anastacio at their house and confiscated the gun from him.

 Worker in hurt after hitting Trinidad ramp  

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – A stay-in worker of the Good Taste Building in nearby Baguio City driving a motorcycle hit a road safety ramp here along km 3 Wednesday around 1:45 a.m. and was rendered unconscious.  
The victim, identified as Kenneth B. Alonzo, 33, was hit on his head and rushed to the Benguet General Hospital by responding police. The victim was allegedly drunk. He was still confined at the hospital at press time.

 Three nabbed for robbery in Tabuk

TABUK CITY, Kalinga – Three alleged thieves were nabbed here Monday on complaint of Mark John Bacani Manao, 20 and Myrianne Daligdig Basacoy, 27 who said they robbed along the street of Barangay Bulanao.
 Investigation showed that while Manao was driving his motorcycle along Purok 6 when the suspects flagged him down around 8:15 a.m. and one of them pointed a steel tube at him while the other two suspects forcibly took away his Black Berry leap cell phone and ₱280 cash then fled. Bassacoy said earlier around 8 a.m. earlier while she was walking along Purok 5, she was suddenly choked by two male persons with the use of steel tube and forcibly took her Huawie cellphone.
The three suspects were arrested and identified as Mark Anthony Jensen Manangbao;  Luie Duguiang Listo, 17 and Ricky Sagasag Amangao, 19.

‘Freelancer’ nabbed for estafa

BAGUIO CITY – A “freelancer” was “arrested” here Monday at Cooyeesan Hotel Plaza for estafa. Cops served arrest warrant on Whienburger Paligan Chilagan, 30, of Mayoyao, Ifugao and  resident here of of 008-A, Purok 12, Irisan. This, after Jennifer P. Humiding, presiding judge of RTC Branch 63, La Trinidad, Benguet issued warrant against him setting bail of ₱200,000 for his temporary liberty. 
Chilagan showed an order that he was on bail.

7 arrested for guns, explosives, drugs

CAMP DANGWA, La Trinidad, Benguet -- – Four persons were arrested for criminal offenses by regional police in the region over the past days.
Through tipped information, three suspects were separately arrested for illegal possession of firearms and explosive. 
 Two individuals identified as Percival Vargas Gumihid, 21, construction worker, of Lower Tomay, La Trinidad Benguet  and Roberto Biluan Panday Jr, 32, private miner, residing at Bua Tuding, Itogon, Benguet were nabbed inside Amarillo Bar, Legarda Road, Baguio City early morning of Sept. 25.
A Cal. 45 pistol with a magazine loaded with 10 bullets placed inside a sling bag was confiscated by cops. 
Other suspects identified as   Melchor Weni Pitir, 24, construction worker,  of km 3 Balili, La Trinidad Benguet was arrested inside the Tubanians Videoke Bar for illegal possession of a handgun while Rodolfo Cadap Totanes, 42, farmer, of Taaw, Marivic, Sapid, Mankayan, Benguet was arrested for possession of a hand grenade inside the Galvalley Videoke Bar at Slaughter Compound, Poblacion, Mankayan Sept. 23.
Police confiscated a Cal. 38 Smith and Wesson without ammunition from the possession of Pitir while a hand grenade was also recovered from Rudy.
 For violation of 9165, Rany Padio Marquez was arrested in his residence at Wandag/Baco-og St., Casigayan, Tabuk City, Kalinga on Sept. 21, 2017 for illegal drugs.
This, after  Victor A.  Dalanao, presiding judge of MTCC, 2nd Judicial Region, Tabuk City, Kalinga issued warrant for his arrest. Confiscated from him were sachets containing suspected Shabu, assorted drug paraphernalia, and cell phone.

 2 farmers stab each other; now in serious condition

TINOC, Ifugao -- Two farmers were brought to the Tinoc District Hospital here and are now in serious condition after they stabbed each other here around 11:45 of Sept. 23.
A police report said Emmanuel D. Robles, 23, farmer, of Banao, Lagawe, Ifugao was brought to the hospital due to stab wounds. When responding personnel were at the hospital, another person was brought by a concerned citizen for stab wounds also identified as Carlos William 34, farmer, of Ambaguio, Nueva Vizcaya and resident of Nalatang, Ap-apid Tinoc Ifugao who was allegedly stabbed by Robles.

Investigation disclosed around 11:30 p.m. while William was cooking inside his house, Robles who was allegedly under the influence of liquor suddenly entered and without any reason stabbed him with a knife prompting him to grapple Robles. William picked a kitchen knife and stabbed Robles then ran and sought help from his brother-in-law who brought him to TDH.  William was brought later to Luis Hora Memorial Regional Hospital at Abatan, Bauko, Mt. Province while Robles was referred to Panopdopan District Hospital in Lamut, Ifugao.


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