Criminal charges for allegedly peddling illegal drugs will be filed against a suspected pusher in Valladolid after he was busted in a raid at about 7AM, yesterday in the town.
PCInsp. Luisito G. Acebuche, Valladolid Police head with Provincial Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Group (PAIDSOTG) PSinsp. Joemarie Occeño arrested Harder Baloya after handing a plastic sachet containing suspected shabu in exchange for P200 marked bill.
Recovered from Baloya, 36, of Brgy. Sagua Banwa were 14 sachets of suspected shabu, two disposable lighters, one cellular phone and unaccounted cash believed to be proceeds from the illegal trade.
Charges for violation of Section 5 (sale) under Republic Act (RA) 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 are being prepared to be filed before the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office.
Police authorities in San Enrique are conducting follow-up investigations to identify the pedestrian who was bumped by a utility mini bus early morning of Monday.
The victim was walking towards east direction at the national highway between Kilometer 34-35, Rizal St., Brgy. Poblacion, San Enrique when hit by a bus owned by LCC Express running from south to north of the road.
The bus with plate number FWY 108 was driven by Loremel Ostan, 35, of JM Basa St., La Carlota City.
Traffic police in Pontevedra arrested the driver of a jeepney that was accidentally hit by a teenager on board his motorcycle Saturday afternoon at Kurbada Malinong in Brgy. San Juan in the town.
Po3 Caesar Tive, traffic officer reported that Ford Jeepney driver Jeffrey Magdato may face possible charges for reckless imprudence resulting to homicide and physical injuries after the Rusi Ramwind motorcycle driven by Jembert Seray, 18, of Pontevedra hit the vehicle resulting to the death of the teenager.
Magdato, 47, of Brgy. M.H. del Pilar, Pontevedra was driving the jeepney bearing plate number FWK 756 towards the East direction of the provincial road when it was accidentally hit by the motorcycle travelling the opposite direction.
Governor Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. led the distribution of the 153 gilts and 5 boars to 13 LGUs of the province under the PAGIP-Swine Program of the provincial government through the Provincial Veterinary Office headed by Dr. Renante Decena, yesterday.
Provincial Animal Genetic Improvement Program-Swine (PAGIP-Swine) is an initiative of the provincial government through the Provincial Veterinary Office in partnership with the commercial hog breeders that helped conceptualize the Swine Genetic Improvement since 2007.
It allows the infusion of parent stock gilts and boars from recognized and registered nucleus farms from the Bureau of Animal Industry to organize backyard and semi-commercial hog raisers affiliated with the Alliance of Hog Raisers Association of Negros Occidental (AHRANO).
Two persons on board a tricycle were rushed to Valladolid District Hospital after they were accidentally bumped by a Toyota Fortuner at the national highway in Brgy. Poblacion, early morning Tuesday.
Traffic report named the victims as John Nuñal, 43, of Brgy. Tabao Proper, and the driver of a Kawasaki Barako tricycle with his passenger, Serge delos Santos, 45, of Rizal St., Brgy. Poblacion.
Sachets of suspected shabu were confiscated in a raid jointly conducted by Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOPPO) Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Group with Valladolid Police Station Thursday afternoon.
PCInsp. Joemarie G. Occeño, of NOPPO-AIDSOTG with elements of Valladolid Police arrested Recardo Pelingon alias Kardo, 48, of Purok Paglaum, Brgy. Bagumbayan, and Imee Catequista, 38, of Brgy. Haguimit, La Carlota City while reportedly selling shabu at Zone 1, Brgy. Tabao Proper.
A mother died of heart attack after arguing with the teacher of her daughter, who ordered a male classmate to slap her, Bombo Radyo-Bacolod reported yesterday.
Rosie Florendo succumbed to heart attack reportedly after feeling bad after arguing with the teacher of her daughter during a General Parents-Teachers Association (PTA) Meeting a few days ago, Bombo added.
Prior to the PTA meeting in Tabao National High School in Valladolid, Rosie’s daughter, Rhea, complained to her that she figured in an argument with her classmate, Marvin Meriño, last August 7, the radio report said.
The body of a fisherman was found by residents of Brgy. Central Tabao, Valladolid, Monday afternoon for alleged drowning.
Police identified the victim as Romeo Galon, 31, who was seen fixing his nets in the fishing ground of Brgy. Tabao, Monday morning and was found in the afternoon of the same day.
Galon’s body was brought to Valladolid Hospital and was declared dead by attending physician, Dr. Nelson George L. Dela Fuente.
Farming families in SitioPacol here heaved a sigh of relief after the new water system given by Gov. Alfredo Maranon, Jr. was inaugurated yesterday.
MerlyCortejo, chair of the SitioPacol Water System Association, came at a time when residents are in a dilemma for the lack of access to potable water.
Maranon visited this village sometime in March but due to the non-passage of the 2013 budget, implementation of vital programs, including water system development, faced delays.
Cortejo said the water system, to be managed by SIPAWASA, will benefit 122 households, or more than 700 sitio residents.
Doctors of Valladolid District Hospital pronounced a sexagenarian dead for multiple injuries when accidentally bumped by a sedan about 4:50AM, Wednesday.
PSInsp. Mary Rose Salve G. Pico, Pontevedra Police chief identified the victim as Julius Suclan, 68, of Purok Biante, Brgy. Recreo.
Suclan was accidentally hit by a Nissan Almera sedan with plate number FHK 227 driven by Nelson Tayson, of Burgos St., Brgy. 4, Hinigaran. The driver was brought to the police station for further investigation and filing of charges for reckless imprudence resulting to homicide.