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‘Shabu in Chocolate’

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A Silay City resident was intercepted and nabbed by police authorities when he tried to conceal a sachet of suspected shabu in a chocolate bar intended for an inmate at Silay PNP jail Sunday evening.

Supt. Rosauro Francisco, Silay police chief identified the suspect as Geronimo Superficial, 51, of Brgy. Mambulac of the city.

Superficial brought a chocolate bar neatly concealing shabu placed inside.


Among the stage designs Salvador "Badong" Bernal created for the stage play Lapu-Lapu. Its diorama replica are among the exhibits at the Negros Museum which will run until September 15, 2014.* (Gil Severino photo)

Part of the chocolate was cut off and the portion was placed with shabu covered with aluminum foil and wrapped in a paper.

It was intended for Dennis Britaña who was detained at the police jail for violation of Republic Act 9165.

Alert police guard became apprehensive when they noticed a lighter that accompanied the chocolate.

When they opened the chocolate, they found the paper with shabu.

They arrested Superficial and questioned Britaña. Both, however, denied they own the prohibited drugs.

Francisco said they will file Section 5, 11 and 12 against Superficial in court.

Record shows, this is the second incident in Negros Occidental jail.

Two months ago, an unidentified tricycle driver left a plastic bag with toiletries intended for an inmate.

Jail guard checked the plastic bag and a bulging toothpaste which revealed dried marijuana cigarettes inside when examined.

Meanwhile, a resident of Bacolod City was nabbed in a buy-bust operation in a beach in Brgy. Mambulac, Silay City at noon Sunday.

Francisco identified the suspect as Wilfredo Porras Palmer, alias "Mater", 50, of Galo Street, Brgy. 22, Bacolod City.

NBI Tapped to Probe Bago City Ransack Incident

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The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) is tapped to conduct investigation in the ransacking of Bago City Mayor’s and Budget offices after some P0.4 million worth of valuables were stolen and discovered about 8:30 a.m. Sunday.

Supt. Arnel Arpon, Bago PNP chief said the NBI has facilities to conduct parallel investigation.

He added that 14 employees who are from the two offices were subjected to fingerprinting.

Arpone theorized that two or more suspects are involved in the heist because of stolen items which could not be carried by a lone person.

Cadiz Sports Official Lauds CWES’ Performance in DFL

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Cadiz City Sports officials lauded the Cadiz West Elementary School’s (CWES) performance in the ongoing Dynamic Football League 2nd Conference held at Panaad Park and Sports Stadium in Brgy. Mansilingan, Bacolod City during the weekend.

BanyJohn Sarabia, Cadiz City sports coordinator head said Cadiz performance was gauge on their dedication and discipline.

"The boys are training on their own in a makeshift football field at the Reclamation Area near the Dynamic Builders office that constructs the place for a modern Cadiz City terminal," said Sarabia.

5 Fishermen Nabbed for Illegal Fishing in Marine Sanctuary

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Bantay Dagat of Barangay Himogaan Baybay in Sagay City arrested five fishermen who encroach prohibited marine sanctuary in the barangay at dawn Friday.

Pet Cuenca, Himogaan Bantay Dagat Chairman arrested Boy Mark Seronda, 27; Emelito Seronda, 24; Lito Sanita, 50; Bernardo Estelita, 44 and Leopoldo Leponario, 57- all of Purok Cotcoton, Brgy. Molocaboc and island in Sagay City.

Cuenca said, they are conducting seaborne patrol when they spotted the unmarked motorized banca of the suspects.

A hot pursuit ensued leading to the capsized of the suspect’s motor boat.

USLS-A Beats USLS-B in 6th Bro Ceci Volley Tilt

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University of St. La Salle (USLS) Team A defeated USLS–B to remain undefeated in Class A Men Division of the ongoing 6th Bro. Ceci Hojilla Memorial Cup Volleyball Championship at the USLS Dizon Covered Court here Saturday.

USLS-A (3-0) take less than an hour to beat USLS-B (1-2) in three sets, 25-17 25-19 27-25 in them morning but came back to defeat in decisive fifth sets San Carlos City-based Central Philippine State University (CPSU) for the latter’s third loss and a win in one hour and 42 minutes match, 25-18, 20-25, 22-25, 25-11 and 15-6.

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