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Pro-PIDU Targets Jan. 2015 for Declaration

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The Negros Occidental Provincial Peace Integration and Development Unit (Pro-PIDU) headed by Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr. has targeted the declaration of the Fourth District of the province as a “Peaceful and Ready-for-Further-Development District” by the end of January 2015.

Gov. Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr., together with Col. Jon Aying, Commander of the 303rd Infantry Brigade, Col. Noel Buan, Capt. Jimrhic Obias, Negros Occ. Board Members Victor Javellana (Fourth District) and Salvador Escalante, Jr. (Second District), Mayors Mario Magno of San Enrique and Jose Maria Alonso of Pontevedra, and Dr. Ma. Lina Sanogal, action officer of the Provincial Peace Integration and Development Unit (Pro-PIDU) and LGU representatives during a meeting held at the Capitol, yesterday, on the target declaration of the Fourth District of Negros Occ. as a “Peaceful and Ready-for-Further-Development District”.* (Capitol photo)

Acebuche Warns 20 in Watch List, Prostitution

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Newly promoted and assigned police chief of Sipalay City, Supt Luisito Acebuche warned 20 illegal drug personalities in the watch list and operators of prostitution dens.

Acebuche, who heads Valladolid Police Station before said he had monitored recently those who are in the watchlist considered big and influential families.

He also sets his eyes on rampant prostitution in the area, where beaches and other tourist attractions abound.

Acebuche said illegal drugs and prostitution go together.

Suspects in Valladolid Ransack to be Charged

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Valladolid OIC police chief, Senior Inspector Joemarie Occeño will be filing robbery charges against four suspects responsible in the ransacking of Valladolid Municipal Treasurer’s Office last month.

Occeño said he is just awaiting the result of the fingerprints taken from the seven persons.

Four of them were the suspects but refused to give their name for the meantime.

Valladolid is one of the seven Local Government Units (LGU) ransacked and robbed by unidentified suspects since February this year.

Cops Nab Suspect for Murder Try

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A resident of Valladolid town was arrested by local police authorities for charges of attempted murder, Wednesday.

Police collared a 43-year old woman whose name was withheld through a warrant issued by Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 62 Judge Frances V. Guanzon in criminal case numbers 3497 and 3498 for the crime of attempted murder.

Another Treasurer’s Office Ransacked

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Taking advantage of inclement weather, unidentified robbers ransacked the Valladolid treasurer’s office which was discovered late 6pm Saturday by a building guard.

This is the sixth recorded burglary of Local Government Unit’s treasurer’s office, so far.

EXHIBITIONS: Volkswagen owners display their vintage cars outside the People’s House while Fishkeepers showcase a variety of exotic fish species inside City Hall* (CMO-PIO photo)

NDB’s W. Henry O. Streegan with Mrs. Ruby C. Cruz, president of the D.C. Cruz Trading Corp.

Report also disclosed that Calatrava have been victimized but no official record whatsoever was released.

Valladolid Mayor Rommel Yogore said Saturday night there was no large amount taken by the robbers at the office which is just a few meters away from the town police station.

He said, robbers are becoming bolder nowadays and taking advantage of three days continuous rain. He estimated that it was between 5 to 6pm Friday when the robbers struck.

He added that the town was able to deposit to the bank the bulk of collection on Friday.

He claimed only a small amount was taken by the robbers after destroying the vault using steel pipe and other equipment.

But reliable sources disclosed that P48, 000 were taken from the vault by the suspects.

Ronnie Cabuay, building guard discovered when he made a round of the building Saturday night.

Yogore said they met last Tuesday to put up a CCTV unit next week before the robbers struck.

Police immediately responded to the crime scene and conducted investigation of the incident.

Earlier, Governor Alfredo G. Marañon, Jr., told LGUs that the treasurer’s office must deposit their cash in the bank during working days or at the new vaults they acquired which are stronger than the old ones.


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