San Carlos City

Bizman nabbed

A businessman from Barangay Taculing, Bacolod City was arrested by policemen at his residence Sunday for double murder in San Carlos City.

Bacolod Police Station 6 operatives, when they arrested Antonio Chua, 44, after serving the arrest warrant issued by Judge Danilo Amisola of the Regional Trial Court, Branch 57 in San Carlos, also recovered several sachets of shabu and drug paraphernalias.

No bail was recommended for Chua’s temporary liberty.

Ledesma Farm Manager on Disallowed Entry ‘They Should Have Asked Permission’

The manager of the farmlands of Rep. Julio Ledesma IV in San Carlos City explained that they did not allow the entry of a convoy of vehicles, with Board Member Rolando Ponsica, acting Escalante Mayor Santiago Maravillas and Prov’l Capitol employees as passengers, “because they did not ask permission from us.”

Mariano Antonio Cui III, manager of the Gamboa Hermanos Farmers Multi-Purpose Cooperative that manages the sugar farms of Ledesma, told Negros Daily Bulletin “it is basic courtesy that when you enter a private property, you need to ask permission from its owners.”

Iloilo Native Caught in San Carlos

A resident of Mina town in Iloilo province was arrested at Araneta Street in Barangay 3, San Carlos City at about 11:40 in the morning Thursday.

Superintendent Jacob Crisostomo, San Carlos PNP chief identified the suspect as Bonn Chichirita Antiquera, 28, single, of Barangay Cabalagbuan in Mina.

He was arrested with arrest warrant on the crime in violation of Section 12, Article ll of RA 9165.

Judge Kathrine A. Go of the Regional Trial Court, Branch-59 in San Carlos issued the arrest warrant dated April 25, 2016.

4 Persons in Pot Session Arrested in San Carlos City

A drug suspect who surrendered after the implementation of Oplan Tokhang in San Carlos City last week was arrested with three others in a buy bust operation at his house in Phase 1 Block 13 in Barangay Rizal, San Carlos City, 2:30 p.m. Thursday.

Police Superintendent Jacob Crisostomo, San Carlos City PNP chief identified their target as Mark Anthony Fernandez, 28 years old, resident of the place.

The three others were identified as Bryan Bacornay, 37; Jay Mark Masuay, 28 and Simeon Caballero, 29, residents of the barangay.