Binalbagan

10 persons with drugs, firearms nabbed

Ten more suspects with illegal drugs and firearms were collared in police operations Tuesday as part of the “One Time, Big Time” drives of the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOCPPO) under Senior Superintendent William Señoron.

In Binalbagan, town policfe chief, Senior Inspector Albert Sy, led his men to arrest Sherwin Tudillo, 43, of Purok Bougainvilla in Barangay Enclaro and his son Christian, 18, and Vince Hizon, 18, of Aguisan in Himamaylan City, in buy bust operations.

2 Minors Kill Housewife in Robbery Try

The two minors aged 13 and 14 years are now in the custody of Binalbagan Department of Social Services and Development (DSSD) after they stabbed dead a housewife they tried to rob in Purok Santan, Barangay Enclaro, Binalbagan, Negros Occ. last January 9.

Police Senior Inspector Albert Sy, Binalbagan PNP chief said the two minors he refused to name were filed with necessary charges in Court, Tuesday. But it depends on the resolution of the court to determine their liabilities.

Robbery Victim Loses Firearm and Cash in Binalbagan

A rice mill owner was robbed and lost cash and firearm to two unidentified suspects in Sitio Sawangan, Barangay Payao, Binalbagan, Negros Occidental Wednesday.

Police Senior Inspector Albert Sy, Binalbagan PNP chief said that two unidentified suspects who introduced themselves as courier employees to deliver a letter, barged inside the house of Marites Lumawag, 38, of the said place.

Lumawag said one of them posted at the front door and the other behind where he knocked and Elizabeth Espano, when the house helper opened it and she was pointed with a knife.

Mirasol-Aranda Rift ‘Worsens’

The perceived differences between Rep. Alejandro Mirasol and Binalbagan Mayor Emmanuel Aranda gets from bad to worst in the to province’ 5th district.


Bacolod City Mayor Monico O. Puentevella tries his hand on the interactive exhibit dubbed Money Matters for Kids (MMK) by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas as BSP Director for Financial Consumer Protection Department lawyer Prudence Angelita Kasala (left) looks on.*(EAD-PIA6 photo)


FRIENDSHIP-THE OLDER IT GROWS, THE STRONGER IT GETS. NOHS IV-7 Batch 2005 during their 10th Anniversary reunion at Mam-bukal Mountain Resort last September 12-13, 2015. Though we haven’t slept much, Reunion brought us more energy and enthusiasm. It relieved our stress from work and home. As a saying goes, “Every parting is a form of death, as every reunion is a type of heaven.” Though we may leave each other again, we’re happy that we had a day and a half taste of heaven.* (Oliver M.)

Cops Doubt Bizman’s Claim of Holdup

Binalbagan PNP investigators doubted the claim of a person engaged in cargo truck business that he was robbed or held up by an unidentified suspect in his house in Barangay Santol, a hinterland barangay in the town at dawn, Saturday.

Police Senior Inspector Albert Sy said Dennis Regla, of legal age, reported to their office Sunday that he was robbed by unidentified suspect wearing bonnet with .45 caliber firearm.

Sy noticed that the suspect reportedly left behind his .45 caliber firearm which Regla also turned over to police authorities.