>> Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Miner arrested for robbery with homicide

ITOGON, Benguet – A miner was arrested here Wednesday at Camp 3, Virac, for robbery with homicide. Nabbed was Jose Wacdagan Ladyong, 41 of Lubo, Kalinga and resident of Virac. The arrest was made after judge Mario Anacleto M. Banez of RTC Branch 25, 1st Judicial Region, Tagudin, Ilocos Sur issued warrant against him with no bail recommended.

Former bocap commits suicide

TINEG, Abra – A former barangay captain committed suicide here Wednesday at Barangay Alaoa inside the house of the victim identified as Oswald Vidal Ayaba aka Watot, 34.
Tineg police immediately proceeded to the area on foot and along the way, they met the victim’s relatives carrying the dead body placed inside a blanket.
Interview was conducted with the daughter of victim Lyca Josh Nicole Dela cruz Ayaba who said she left her father alone at their house around 8 a.m. that day and went to school to attend her classes.
At about 11:30 a.m., she returned home but noticed their house’s doors were locked. She peeped through the open window near the main door and saw his father bloodied face-down kneeling position. She ran and sought help from the victim’s brother in-law identified as Jenny Tandi Calawagan, 32, CAFGU member and resident of same place, who forcibly opened the house’s main door and found the victim with a gunshot wound below his chin with the bullet exiting on upper head of the victim.
A 12 gauge shot gun was found near the victim’s body.         
The victim’s immediate relatives were convinced that the victim committed suicide and decided not to undergo autopsy examinations and signed a waiver.

Truck helpers nabbed for stealing Tiong San goods

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – Three truck helpers were arrested for pilfering and stealing around P8,500 worth of goods from boxes they delivered to Tiongsan Supermart here along km 4 on July 29. 
John Clayd U. Salinas, 20, single, security officer of Tiongsan Supermart filed a complant against Jayson Villalobos Bermudo, 21; Jonaraph Mulles Mansarate, 22 and Jeffrey Balanay Miller, 31, all single, truck helpers and stay in workers of Calica Trucking located here at km 3, Balili along the Halsema Highway.
                Accordingly, the suspects delivered assorted boxes at Tiong San Superrmart. While Tiong San personnel were doing an inventory on the items, they found contents of the boxes delivered were repacked while some items inside the boxes were missing.
Investigation conducted by security guards revealed that admittedly, the suspects took some of the items which prompted Salinas to call for police assistance.
The suspects were brought to La Trinidad police station around 7 p.m. by responding cops. Charges for theft were prepared for filing at the Benguet Prosecutors Office. 

P1.2-M marijuana seized in Kalinga

TINGLAYAN, Kalinga -- – Dried marijuana stalks weighing 10 kilos with an estimated street value of P12 million were confiscated from three local tourists at a police checkpoint HERE in Barangay Bugnay on July 27, police said.
Eric Hans Fadino, Jaryd Lumawig and Nelson Porugal II,  all residents of Quezon City, were in a Toyota Vios when they were pulled over.
Last Monday, four tourists were apprehended in Bontoc, Mountain Province for allegedly carrying dried marijuana plants and bricks, which they reportedly brought from Tinglayan.

 Two Indian nationals nabbed for illegal drugs

TUBAO, La Union – Two Indian nationals are now facing charges for violating the Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act or Republic Act 9165 after they were nabbed by joint authorities in a buy-bust operation at Barangay Francia West, Monday night here.
Senior Insp. Vergilio Cruz, officer-in-charge of Tubao police station, identified the suspects as Kulvir Nakhwal, 21, single, and his motorcycle driver Harpreet Singh, 30, married and both residing in Barangay San Julian Norte, Agoo, La Union.
According to Cruz, these suspects were under surveillance for suspicious business trade aside from their 5-6 money lending.
Seized from them were one sachet of alleged shabu and P1,000 buy-bust money.
Based on Tubao police station records, these men are newly identified as drug personalities. Both were now under custody of police station for proper disposition. – Erwin Beleo

Ex PNP officer’s gun, cell phones stolen

BANGUED, Abra – A retired police officer identified as Demetrio Pudol Estigoy Jr., 58, married, here of Barangay Linasin, Zone 1, reported to police his gun and two cellphones were stolen in his residence while he was sleeping Monday night.
 Investigation disclosed that evening, Estigoy put his Cal. 45 pistol in a plastic box and placed it on top of a chair beside their bed together with his Nokia and Samsung cellphones.  When he woke up  around 6 a.m. Tuesday, he discovered that his firearm and cellphones were missing. He went down to the first floor of the house, asked his sister-in-law who was also residing there and noticed that the backdoor of his house was opened. Case is under investigation.

 Grave treat filed against PNP officer

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet –  A complaint for grave threats was filed here Monday against a police officer based in Camp Bagong Diwa, Bicutan, Taguig City by a female student.
Investigation revealed the incident happened 9 p.m. at FA-102, KM 3, Barangay Balili by complainant Jemma Pagaduan Bastian, 20, single against PO1 Rex Magadang.
Investigation showed the suspect tried to enter the victim’s room but he was not allowed. Due to fear, the victim called her friend named as Jordan Sal-ongan Huab to accompany her. When Huab and Bastian were inside the room, they heard the suspect uttering the words in Ilocano dialect,  “Jemma Jemma, inta rumwar ta no also otso, inta ag one hour, bayadak sika bago boarders pay (Let’s go out and have an hour. I will pay you before the others),” several times.
The victim went to the room of a certain Jaime Taguiba where the suspect was drinking liquor and confronted him why he uttered such words. However, the suspect answered same words that prompted the victim to slap the suspect on his shoulder. 
The suspect got irked and threatened to kill the victim repeatedly saying the same words which connote an invitation to sex.

Laborer wanted for rape surrenders 

BONTOC, Mountain Province – An 18-year-old laborer wanted for rape surrendered here Monday at  police station.
The accused was named as Jonathan Karyacho Parchaya, single, laborer of Betwagan Sadanga town. He surrendered to SPO1 Ravinson B. Betayan, investigator of Sadanga police after series of negotiation initiated by Sadanga cops with relatives of the accused.
Parchaya had a standing warrant of arrest issued by Sergio T. Angnganay Jr., presiding judge, RTC , First Judicial Region, Branch 36, Bontoc, Mountain Province.
The judge set bail of P300,000 for the accused’s temporary liberty for each case.

7 arrested for illegal firearms

BAGUIO CITY -- Seven persons, including five teenagers and a minor, were arrested in separate police operations in the highland provinces of Kalinga, Ifugao, and Benguet recently, the police regional office reported.
Police Regional Office Cordillera director Chief Supt. Rolando Nana said the police will look into the extent of involvement of teenagers in illegal gun possession.
In a report released to the media, out of the seven arrested persons, five were teenagers, including a 16-year-old, which is considered a minor.
Five firearms of different calibers were seized from the suspects.
Nana said the lone 16-year-old minor was brought to the custody of the municipal social work office in Benguet province's capital town of La Trinidad.
He narrated that in the evening of July 7, the minor brought out his homemade Cal. 22 handgun out of frustration when the store owner refused to sell him alcoholic drinks. Fortunately, the store owner quickly grabbed the gun from the minor and called the police.
Arrested in Balbalan, Kalinga were Bernard Legaspi Velasco Jr., 19 and Kevin Dave Gammad Dalere, 18, after they were found in possession of caliber .45 Colt loaded with eight live ammunitions. Police flagged them down while on board a motorcycle without a plate number.
The two others, Arnolfo Domingo and Angelo Lamao Gunnawa, both 19 years old, were caught after a brief chase as they tried to evade operating units on the night of July 2 in Barangay Bulanao in Tabuk City.
Nana said the two sped away on a motorcycle after seeing policemen prompting the law enforcers to chase them. A Smith and Wesson caliber .38 loaded with five live ammunitions was seized from the two.
In Ifugao province, Jerry Baldino, 30, of Tinoc town and Domingo Natalac, 25, of Asipulo town, were intercepted in a checkpoint in front of the Lamut police station on the evening of July 3 while onboard a motorcycle. They yielded three guns -- a caliber .45 loaded with five live ammunitions, a magnum 22 loaded with three live ammunitions, and a caliber .38.
Nana said charges for illegal possession of firearms were filed against those nabbed.
In a text message, the Cordillera police chief urged those with unlicensed guns or firearms with expired licenses to surrender their guns to avoid being caught for violation of the firearms law, which is a criminal offense.
Nana also commended the personnel on the field for their anti-criminality efforts.
He directed all Philippine National Police units in the Cordillera Administrative Region to launch more operations against loose firearms. -- Dionisio Dennis Jr./PNA

2nd most wanted person in Ilocos traced in Caloocan

CAMP FLORENDO, La Union- After almost five years of hiding, the 2nd most wanted person among drug pushers was arrested Tuesday night in Caloocan City by police of Santiago, Ilocos Sur and Caloocan.
Senior Insp. Aristeo Tajon, chief of police of Santiago, Ilocos Sur, identified the fugitive as Renato Collado Tengsico, former president of Association of Barangay Captains and native of Poblacion Norte, Santiago town.
“We conducted the intelligence build-up until we were able to trace him in Caloocan city,” said Capt Tajon.
Tengsico was dubbed co-leader of the Tengsico-Cabreros criminal group which was engaged in illegal drugs in the 2nd District of Ilocos Sur.
Tajon said Tengsico was listed under PRRD Level 2, previously at-large for having been convicted for violation of Section 11 of RA 9165.
The report said that Tengsico, listed as one of the high value target of Ilocos Sur police and a resident of Barangay Poblacion Norte, Santiago, Ilocos Sur was caught off guard inside his rented apartment at Caldino Apartment, Block 1, Lot 28, 1st Street, Shelter Ville Subdivision, Barangay 171. Caloocan City when the government forces swooped down on his hideout.
His arrest was based on a warrant of arrest for being convicted for violation of Sec. 11 of RA 9165 issued by Judge Sixto Deompoc of RTC Br 72, Narvacan, Ilocos Sur.
Police said the case against the Tengsico stemmed from the anti-drugs operation conducted against the target on August 29, 2013 in the municipality of Santiago, Ilocos Sur that resulted in the confiscation of 11.456 grams of shabu from his possession, control and custody.
During the arrest, the following items were also seized: four sachets of shabu and one weighing scale. -- Mar Supnad

Young man nabbed for rape

BONTOC, Mountain Province – A young rape suspect was arrested for rape at Poblacion here around 1:45 p.m. on July 30 by cops of this capital town and Sadanga.
Nabbed was Jonathan Karyacho Parchaya, 18, single, of Betwagan, Sadanga. This, after Sergio P. Angnion, presiding judge of RTC, Branch 36, Bontoc issued warrant against him. Parchaya was brought to Sadanga where he was incarcerated at the town jail.

Farmer arrested for murder 

BUGUIAS, Benguet – A farmer was arrested here by police July 30 for murder. Nabbed was James Baculi Iw-ag, 33, married, of Tanudan Kalinga.
The arrest was made after Danilo P. Camacho, presiding judge of RTC Branch 62, La Trinidad, Benguet issued warrant against him with no bail recommended. The subject was brought to Buguias police station where he was jailed.

Ex-boyfriend of OFW nabbed for extort try

BAGUIO CITY – A former boyfriend of an overseas foreign worker (OFW) was arrested in an entrapment operation after he demanded P10,000 from the victim or he would upload her nude pictures on Facebook
Edmar Paas Calindas, 19, unemployed of Upper Ile Conner Apayao was nabbed here Tuesday around 11 a.m. at Petron gasoline station, Kisad Road.
This, after Angie Adipen Ducusin, 28, married, OFW of Meycauayan, Bulacan complained against her former boyfriend.
Ducusin personally appeared at Police Station 5 and requested for assistance saying she was about to meet the suspect who was demanding money from her.
Station 5 cops conducted entrapment operation against the suspect that resulted to his arrest.

 Farmer stabbed by uncle

RIZAL, Kalinga – A farmer was stabbed by his drunk uncle on the neck for trying to pacify the latter for being unruly here Tuesday at Barangay Macutay.
The victim was identified as Arnold Ancheta Gaddao, 30, married, while the suspect was named as Florentino Miranda Gaddao Jr, 50, single, farmer, both residents of same place.
Victim was brought to Juan Duyan Hospital by his relatives for medical treatment while the suspect was arrested and brought to Rizal police station.

Motorcycle stolen

BANGUED, Abra – A certain Lilia B. Elveña, 47, social worker and a resident of Linasin, Zone 1 here reported to police that her Honda XRM motorcycle, bearing plate number AU15587 was missing and cannot be located.
Investigation disclosed that on July 30, at around 9:30 p.m. Michael Dangpilen Elveña, 19, student, parked the motorcycle in their residential compound. Around 12:15 a.m., Michael discovered that said motorcycle was already missing when he went outside to urinate.

7 drug suspects nabbed in Bulacan buy-bust ops

CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga — Seven drug suspects were arrested in a buy-bust operation in Bulacan last week.
Arrested were Raul Adorable alias Loloy, mechanic, resident of Barangay Camalig; Raul Caruana alias Dondon, driver, native of Cebu; Dennis Gonzales alias Nes, helper, native of Bicol; Randy Maglinis alias Randy, hairstylist, native of Leyte and Raquel Tungpalan alias Lovely, manicurist, all of Meycauayan City, Bulacan.
Also arrested were Genaro Linayao alais Don Don, 41, and Geffrey Gallardo alias Epoy, 38, tricycle driver, of Balagtas and Marilao towns, respectively.
                Seized from the suspects were eight small and one cut-opened heat-sealed plastic sachets of suspected “shabu”; two P500 bills buy-bust money; and drug paraphernalia.
A police report said the arrested suspects and seized pieces of evidence were brought to Bulacan Crime Laboratory Office for appropriate examination.
Criminal complaints against the suspects will be filed in court, the report said. – Franco Regala

3 students nabbed for pot session

SAN FERNANDO CITY, La Union – Three male students were arrested for engaging in a pot session inside a lodging inn of this city at dawn here recently
Supt. John Guiagui, San Fernando’s city police chief, identified the suspects as Franz Jan T. Buncab, 19, HRM student; Patrick Ian L. Sibayan, 19, nursing student; and Paulo B. Cayago, 20, an electrical engineering student.
Guiagui said the suspects were newly identified drug personalities, who had checked-in at room 6 of Pearl Drive Inn along Gov. Luna St. Barangay 4, this city.
Joint operatives of San Fernando City police and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency conducted the drug raid operation at about 1:45 a.m.
Confiscated from them were 4 sachets of shabu, 3 sachets of marijuana, 2 improvised pipes with burnt marijuana, 1 aluminum tooter, 2 strips of aluminum foil with residues, and other drug paraphernalia.
The suspects were subjected to medical examination and were placed under the protective custody of the city police station. -- Erwin Beleo

Tricycle, van collide in Bauko 

BAUKO, Mountain Province – A tricycle and Hi Ace van collided here around 9:45 a.m. Monday along Maba-ay – Abatan Bauko provincial road at Lalasi, Guinzadan Central which resulted to famge of both vehicles. The tricycle was driven by Reynald Mark F. Saltinoi, 29 of Guinzadan Sur,  while the van registered under the name of Bonifacio C. D acumos of Lubon Tadian, was driven by Christopher Pangpangdeo Del Rosario 32 of Sinto, Bauko.
A report by PO3 Albert Abbey Longi, Bauko PNP officer in charge disclosed the tricycle was while traversing the sharp curve was not able to control the bar handle that caused it to swerve and hit the van coming from Sawmill. Del Rosario said the road was slippery caused by falling rocks and mud from the mountainside brought about by rain.
Both drivers agreed that Del Rosario pay repair of damage to both vehicles

Couple nabbed for drugs, guns, bullets

BANGUED, Abra – A couple was was arrested by anti-narcotics agents and police Tuesday during simultaneous implementation of search warrants in Abra.
Jay Borreta Azurin, 38, tricycle driver, alleged leader of a local drug group operating in Abra was arrested with his 28-year old female cohort, alias Trixy, of Sta. Rosa, Laguna but presently residing at Zone 7, Bangued.
Authorities confiscated from the Azurin compound 18 sachets containing suspected shabu, dried marijuana leaves, Beretta Cal. 22 handgun, Bersa Cal. 40 firearm, several drug paraphernalia and bullets.    

 Female Abra drug group head nabbed

BANGUED, Abra -- Government troops searched the house of a 28-year old female leader of another local drug group operating in Abra and found three sachets containing suspected shabu worth P4,000 in Barangay Cabuoan.

Police nab 84 suspects, 31 guns, P13.6-M illegal drugs

CAMP DANGWA, La Trinidad, Benguet – Police arrested 84 suspects, confiscated 31 guns and seized P13.6 million worth of illegal drugs recently, regional police director Chief Supt. Rolando BNana said.   
Some 31guns, 82 bullets, five gun magazines and two grenades were seized, leading to the arrest of nine individuals.
This, while, 64 wanted persons  were arrested by virtue of warrants.
Seven arrested suspects belonged to “provincial/city  10 most wanted persons” for the 3rd quarter of 2018.
They named as Erick Pae-eng, Mountain Province for rape with no bail recommended. Ershton Francisco who was arrested at Poblacion, Tinoc, Ifugao for violation of the law against women and  children, while Royce Ortiz Mesina, was nabbed at Barangay San Roque, San Isidro Nueva Ecija, for rape with no bail recommended.
The Baguio City Police Office, meanwhile nabbed three of its “ten most wanted persons.
Erlinda Cirilo, 44 was nabbed at San Luis Village for estafa. Renato E. Busoy, 35 was arrested at Urdi compound, Dominican Hill for illegal drugs with no bail recommended while Bonyan Cangitit, 32, was arrested at Sitio Lugu, Amganad, Banaue Ifugao for frustrated and attempted homicide. Another suspect, Jeson Ekin Acol who was listed as number 1 TMWP in Buguias, was arrested at Pila, Alibangsay, Bagulin, La Union for violation of anti-child abuse law.
On operations against Illegal Drugs, eight suspects were arrested, while marijuana and other illegal drugs worth P13,604,250 was confiscated.
The seized illegal drugs consisted of 11 marijuana bricks weighing 10.25 kg valued at P256, 250, marijuana stalk, and 18 sachets of shabu.
This, while 54,200 fully grown marijuana plants, and 20,000 grams of marijuana stalks were destroyed at Barangay Butbut Proper, Busculan, Tinglayan, Kalinga.
                On Anti-Illegal gambling operations, three  persons identified as Rex Solinto Benter, Roldan Bugnalen Gayyaman and Johnson Emilio Saclag were caught in the act of playing card games inside a van at LTO Compound, St. Joseph Village, Baguio City.
One set of playing cards, and P1,600 bet money was confiscated from their possession.
On anti-illegal logging, 7 pieces of abandoned lumber worth  P7,840.00, was confiscated at Sitio Fiakingey, Mangnao, Saliok, Natonin Mountain Province.
Of the eighty four arrests, Baguio had 28, Kalinga 15; Benguet, 12; Ifugao, 11, Abra, 9; Apayao 6 and Mountain Province with 3.

Housewife nabbed for estafa

TABUK CITY –A certain Mari Balisong Bagni, 60, married, housewife of Barangay Appas was nabbed here Tuesday for estafa. 
This, after judge Victor A. Dalanao of MTCCL, 2nd Judicial Region, Tabuk City issued warrant against her setting bail of P12,000 for her temporary liberty.

 Tanod surrenders gun in Abra

LAGANGILANG Abra – A barangay tanod identified as John Robinson Trongco Tuzon, 25, single, voluntarily surrendered a Cal. 38 revolver to police here Tuesday. Barangay chairman, Vince Albert V. Guzman accompanied Tuzon to the police station.

Aurora’s No.4 most wanted person arrested

CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga — The Police Regional Office 3 disclosed on Sunday that the No. 4 most wanted person in the province of Aurora has been arrested during a manhunt operation in Guimba, Nueva Ecija.
Chief Supt. Amador V. Corpus, PRO3 director, said Arnold Espinosa, listed as top 4 in MWP list, provincial level, was caught by joint operatives of the Regional Intelligence Unit 3, Dingalan MPS and Guimba police in Barangay Nagpandayan where the manhunt operation was conducted.
The operation was made possible by virtue of the warrant of arrest issued by RTC-Branch 96, Baler, Aurora for the crime of rape with homicide docketed under CC no. 2664 with no bail recommended, Corpus said.
The fugitive is temporarily detained at the custodial facility of Guimba MPS for proper disposition. – Franco Regala

Woman traced in Mankayan for estafa

MANKAYAN, Benguet – Police from Baguio arrested a certain Rhoda Bauzon Rivera, 47 here Monday at Palpaltogan, Paco for estafa. The arrest was made by virtue of a warrant of arrest issued by  Cecilia Conazon S.  Dulay-Archog, acting presiding judge of RTC, Baguio City who set bail of P50,000 each for here cases.

Case set vs laborer for mauling storekeeper 

BAGUIO CITY – Charges are set against a construction worker for mauling a storekeeper who refused to sell him liquor around 7 p.m. of July 28 here at no. 147, East Quirino Hill Extension.
Victim Gerardo Dimacali Tranate, 55 filed a complaint with police against Rommel Talis, resident of the area.
                Investigation disclosed that prior to the incident, Tranate was inside their store when the suspect arrived to buy liquor. When the complainant told him that there was no liquor available, Talis uttered unsavory words and challenged Tranate to a fistfight that ensued at the main door of the house of the victim.
Both were pacified by companions of the suspect and were both sent home. However, after a few minutes, the suspect returned allegedly carrying an unknown caliber of firearm and urged the victim to get out from their house but the latter did not.
                Based on medico-legal certificate of the victim, he suffered abrasions on his left hand and nose.

Police nab 3 drug peddlers in Angeles

CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga – PRO3 regional director Chief Supt. Amador V Corpus said three persons were nabbed and confiscated from them over P200K worth of shabu in separate anti-illegal drug operations in Angeles City during the weekend.
Operatives of the Angeles City Police Drug Enforcement Unit (ACPDEU) conducted buy-bust operation along Jake Gonzales St. (Shell gas station) Virgen Delos Remedios, Angeles City which resulted to the arrest of Anjo Muñoz.
Confiscated from Muñoz were seven pieces plastic sachet of shabu weighing more or less 55 grams with an estimated street value of P165,000.00; one blue pouch bag; one P1,000.00 marked money; and one light brown Honda City bearing plate Nr RGB 571.
Operatives of Police Station 5 conducted also buy bust operation at Nr 45 Maligaya St., Barangay Cutcut, Angeles City which resulted to the arrest of Herminio Yanga @ Tangi, 49 of said place and Robert Cayanan y Ocampo, 39, of Bagong Silang, Barangay Cutcut, Angeles City.
Confiscated from Yanga and Cayanan were eight small-size heated sachets of shabu with an estimated street value of P40,000,one empty small violet candy box; one pair of scissors, one bamboo stick; one empty fortune cigarette box; one disposable lighter and one bundle of unused transparent plastic sachets; two hundred peso bills and P500 marked money.
Cases for illegal drugs were filed against the suspects at the Angeles city Prosecutors Office. – Mar Supnad

  54 people including minors rounded up in Bulacan

CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga — Fifty-four people including 23 minors have violated city/town ordinances in Bulacan last week, authorities said.
Senior Supt. Bersaluna, Bulacan acting provincial director, said the 23 minors were gathered for violation of curfew hours, eight for drinking liquor in public places, seven without upper garments in public places, seven for smoking ban and nine others for violation of other ordinances of the city and towns..
Bersaluna said the violators were accosted in the evening of July 28 in the city/towns of of Pulilan, Paombong, Malolos, San Ildefonso, Calumpit, DRT, Guiguinto, Baliwag, Balagtas and 1st PMFC.
Among the violators, Bersaluna said 31 were advised to go home, 16 were turned over to Barangay, two sent back to their parents, while five were given stern warning.
He urged the public to support the police in its effort to make the community safe by providing information to the police.
He also reiterated that Bulacan police is stern on its implementation of “Oplan Rody” to prevent crimes and improve the sense of safety and security of the people in the streets. – Franco Regala


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