Himamaylan City

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Cops nab drug suspects in Himamaylan, Silay, Binalbagan

Three drug suspects were arrested Wednesday in Himamaylan and Silay cities and town of Binalbagan.

Police identified the suspects as Jessie John Limsiaco Zamora, 21, “Alias Daboy,” of Tayom Street, Barangay 4, Kabankalan City; Yruz Perlado Hechanova, 21, of Freedom Boulevard, Barangay Mambulac, Silay and Alcher John Tinasas Miranda, 23, “Alias Toytoy,” single, of Barangay San Teodoro, Binalbagan.

Zamora was arrested in Sitio Riles Naga, Barangay Su-ay, Himamaylan around 3:00 p.m. Wednesday by policemen led by Chief Inspector Antonio Benitez, Jr.

Himamaylan PNP Lauded For surrendered firearms, explosives

Police Senior Superintendent Rodolfo Castil, Jr., Negros Occidental Police Provincial Police Office (NOCPPO), Director lauded the Himamaylan City PNP for its intensified campaign against loose firearms in his locality.

The Himamaylan PNP under Police Chief Inspector Antonio Benitez, Jr. has collected several firearms, ammunitions and explosives during their house-to-house campaign in implementing “Oplan Katok, Oplan Boga”.

2 soldiers wounded in Himamaylan clash with rebels

Responding AFP chopper forced to land in sugarcane field due to trouble

Two soldiers of the 62nd Infantry Battalion were wounded in two encounters with the communist terrorists in the hinterlands of Himamaylan City yesterday morning.


EMERGENCY LANDING. The PAF helicopter that made an emergency landing, after developing trouble at around noontime yesterday, at a sugarcane field in Brgy. Pilar, Hinigaran, some 500 meters from the national highway.*(Arman Toga photo)

‘Bail Money Came from Guv’, Malabor Slay Suspect

One of the suspects in the murder of Negros Occ. Provincial Board Member Renato Malabor and his bodyguard Butch Jumilla, claimed that the money used by the chief of police of Himamaylan City to bail him out in the illegal possession of firearms case he was facing, allegedly came from Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr.


ONE OF THE SUSPECTS in the Malabor-Jumilla double murder case, Jacklyn Villaquer alias “Golden” of Isabela & Moises Padilla, during yesterday’s ambush interview in La Castellana.* (Arman Toga photo)