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San Carlos City

Cop Files Murder Charges vs. Suspect in Killing Two Men

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San Carlos City PNP has filed charges against a suspect in the killing of two victims whose body were found inside a car in Eco-Tourism Highway, Barangay Rizal, San Carlos City last June 27.

But Superintendent Vicente Romanillos, city police chief refused to name the suspect pending his arrest.

They filed the charges at San Carlos City Prosecutor’s office Thursday.

Suspects Escape as PDEA Nabs Runner in Buy Bust

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The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA-6) filed charges of violation of RA 9165 against three suspects at San Carlos City Prosecutor’s Office.

Two of them who are the targets of PDEA buy bust operation escaped but their lookout and runner was collared in Barangay 1, San Carlos, Negros Occidental, Wednesday.

PDEA-6 conducted the operation in coordination with San Carlos PNP led by Supt. Victorino Romanillos.

Illegal Drugs Eyed in Killing of 2 Inside Car in San Carlos

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The San Carlos City Police Office says illegal drug trade is more likely behind the killing of two persons inside their car along the eco-tourism translink highway in Sitio Dukog-Dukog, Barangay Rizal, in the city past 5PM Saturday.

Police Superintendent Victorino Romanillos, San Carlos PNP chief identified the victims as Jimmy L. Snook, 35, of Barangay 3, Moises Padilla, the No. 1 drug personality in the police watch list of Moises Padilla PNP; and his companion a certain Jay.

“Nag onsehan seguro,” Romanillos disclosed.

2 Persons Shot Dead Inside their Car in San Carlos City

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Two persons were shot dead inside their car and left behind along the eco-tourism national highway between Km 74-75 in Barangay Rizal, San Carlos City, Negros Occidental about 5:00pm Saturday.

Police Senior Inspector Mark Angelo Darroca, San Carlos City Deputy chief identified one of the victims through his license as Jimmy Lobasas Snook, 35 years old of Moises Padilla. He is sporting a tattoo in the arm.

His companion remains unidentified. They were inside their gray car, a Chevrolet with temporary plate number.

Church Drive vs. Graft Gains Foothold in San Carlos

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The Catholic Church’s “Huwag Kang Magnakaw” campaign got the support of the diocese of San Carlos City, Negros Occidental.

San Carlos Bishop Gerardo Alminaza said they have translated the slogan to the local “Di Mangawat” in Ilonggo and “Ayaw Pangawat” in Cebuano.

“Patuloy pa rin pong on sale ang aming mga T-shirt na Huwag Magnakaw, ‘Ayaw (P)angawat’ sa Cebuano o ‘Di (P)angawat’ sa Ilonggo, naroon pa rin yun,” said Alminaza, who chairs the Church People Workers Solidarity.

He added the local youth are “also participating in the campaign.”