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Another Buy Bust Nets P300K Drugs

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Relentless anti-illegal drug operations in Bacolod City and other parts of Negros Occidental seized more contrabands and drug paraphernalias and collared more personalities involved.

PDEA6 OPERATIVES nabbed Jack Ebanez (in photo, partly hidden) of Purok Sigay, Barangay 2, Bacolod City in a drug buy bust yesterday afternoon in the barangay.* (Rox Estrella photo)

THESE 4 MEN, 3 of them from Talisay City, were visiting drug suspect Jack Ebañez when PDEA6 regional office operatives busted a drug den in Brgy. 2, Bacolod. PDEA men seized illegal drugs, paraphernalias and marked money during the buy bust.* (Rox Estrella photo)


Five more persons were arrested and about P300,000 worth of illegal drugs and paraphernalias were seized, this time during yesterday afternoon’s buy bust in a drug den at Purok Sigay in Barangay 2 in Bacolod, said Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Regional Director Paul Ledesma.

‘Coffee Causes 3-Yr.-Old Girl’s Death’

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By Arman P. Toga & Rox Estrella

This should serve as a warning to parents who allow their young kids to drink coffee.

Coffee was blamed for the death of a three-year-old girl, who was about to turn four in less than a month, in Purok Datiles, Barangay Handumanan, Bacolod City.

BACOLOD CITY Mayor Monico Puentevella turns over the P 3.6-M cheque to Alfredo Dioso, Jr. (left), Meter Reading and Billing Division chief and John Gem Zara (right), Collection Section head of the Central Negros Electric Cooperative (Ceneco) at the Bacolod People’s House yesterday.* (CMO-PIO photo)

PHOTO AT RIGHT is CITIZENS CRIME WATCH (CCW) Founder/Chairman-President Atty. Jose M. Villegas, Jr., left, in a May 21, 2015 meeting with KASANAG Founder/President John J. Chiong, right, in Ortigas, Pasig City for a future partnership vs. crime & corruption.*


Jesryl Tolentino Barrido succumbed to “cardiac arrhythmia” due to “caffeine toxicity” as a result of “excessive coffee intake”.

Jesryl, born June 12, 2011, was the second child of a couple from Pototan, Iloilo - Joeann Barrido and Jennifer Tolentino.

‘Non Negotiable’- UNA on Gov., Vice Gov. Posts

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The gubernatorial and vice gubernatorial posts of the United Negros Alliance under Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr., for 2016 in non negotiable if ever there will be a merger with Love Negros Team, according to Provincial Board Member Salvador Escalante (2nd district, Neg. Occ.) a close ally of Maranon.

INDEPENDENCE. Rhoderick Samonte represents Bacolod Executive Assistant Rocky Puentevella at the 1st meeting for preparations for the 117th Philippine Independence Day, at the SP Session Hall.* (CMO-PIO photo)

Escalante added that this is because as far as their group is concerned, it has reached a consensus that 4th district Congressman Jeffrey Ferrer (4th district, Neg. Occ.) will be the tandem of Marañon in the coming 2016 elections.

“We have agreed that the governor will run for a 3rd term and his vice gov will be Congressman Ferrer” Escalante said.

He added that this was the consensus of the group right after the 2013 elections when Maranon won over former vice governor Genaro Alvarez who was supported by former ambassasor Eduardo Cojuangco and the Love Negros Team.

“It still stands as of the moment” Escalante said.

When asked about Negros Occidental Vice Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson, Escalante said Marañon has suggested that the former will run for congressman in the 1st district.

“The governor will support him if he runs for congressman” Escalante said.

When asked whether the proposed merger by the Love Negros Team is doomed to fail, Escalante said “not necessary but the Governor and the Vice Governor posts are no longer negotiable”.



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