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Six passengers of a Mitsubishi Adventure were hurt when their vehicle bumped against an electric post about 9AM, yesterday along the national highway of Kilometer 30 and 31, Brgy. XIII in Victorias City.
PSupt. Santiago Y. Rapiz, police chief reported that the vehicle bearing plate number FHP 472 driven by 63-year old Myrna Reynaldo, of United Roadside, Brgy. Tangub in Bacolod City was traveling from South to North of the highway when she tried to overtake another vehicle using the inner lane; however, due to the speed she’s taking and the slippery road, the driver lost control of the steering wheel causing the vehicle to swerve in the opposite lane and hit the concrete post.
Three establishments in Candoni town were robbed within three hours by unidentified suspects, Tuesday stealing cash and valuables from the stores.
Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOPPO) reports revealed that Nonoy Twin Store, Daisy Carenderia and Rujen General Merchandise & Agrivet Supply were entered by suspects about 12:30AM and 3:30AM
Nonoy Twin Store owned by Nelson and Jocelyn Elovera, of Brgy. West told police probers that the suspects took P4, 000 cash and assorted grocery items from their establishment by passing through the back wall made of plywood.
A 26-year old Cauayan resident was apprehended for allegedly shooting another person about 1AM, Tuesday due to past disagreements.
Johnber Bandong was rushed to a hospital facility in Kabankalan City after sustaining a single gunshot wound in the back from a .357 caliber handgun allegedly inflicted by Dejie Dado, of Brgy. Guiljungan Plaza.
Dado was brought to the police station by Chief Tanod Ferdinand Caendio Sr. along with the suspect’s handgun with one live ammunition and two empty shells.
A tricycle rider was killed, while a pedestrian was hurt in a separate road accidents Sunday in Sagay City and Candoni town.
Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOPPO) reports identified the casualty as Nathaniel Sevillano Villanueva, 46, of Brgy. Bato whose tricycle accidentally crashed against a Toyota Tamaraw Wagon with plate number TSE 996 owned and driven by Hernane Panes Villanueva, 61, of Lacson St., Manapla.
The accident happened about 9PM, Sunday at Sitio Caridad, Brgy. Rafaela Barrera in Sagay City. Both vehicles were running along the national highway toward Escalante City when the collision took place.
The body of a 29-year old Sagaynon was found in a small cave in Brgy. Vito, Sunday morning, 14 days after he was declared missing by family.
Police probers identified the victim as Ignacio Pilapil alias Nasi, of Purok Laroca, Brgy. Vito in an advance state of decomposition. The body was reported by village head Nemesio Briones and was discovered inside a small cave located at Purok Star Apple, also in the same barangay.
Relatives told police authorities that Pilapil was last seen April 6 when he attended a revelry in a nearby purok and failed to return. The remains were immediately buried by the family; while the case is under investigation by Sagay City Police.
Police investigators are looking into the reported rape of a 13-year old high school student after her grandmother overheard the discussion about the incident Wednesday last week.
The teenager, a resident of Bangga Cory in Brgy. Mansilingan, Bacolod City and whose identity was withheld, according to her grandmother, left their house last April 11, 2014 to attend a summer class in one of the national high schools in Bacolod.
However, the teenager failed to come home until April 16 with her friend, that’s when the grandmother overheard the conversation.
A 64-year old market collector was declared dead on arrival at Teresita Jalandoni Provincial Hospital in Silay City while waiting for Pacquiao-Bradley Match, Sunday.
Charito Lurio, of EB Magalona town, according to reports was awaiting for the match to start when she had a stroke or sometimes referred to as cerebrovascular accident.
Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) head ordered the reorganization of station commanders and other officials in the different departments, Thursday last week based on their performance evaluation and policy of the Philippine National Police.
PSSupt. Larry Decena, BCPO officer-in-charge earlier reported that officials who were given new assignments will assume today.
Among those reassigned were; PSupt. Jefferson Descallar, deputy for operation was reassigned as deputy for administration replacing PSupt. Alexander Ermeo, who was reassigned as chief of Mobile Patrol Group and PSupt. Armando Tubongbanua was reassigned as deputy for operation of BCPO.
Victorias City Police Station intensifies its campaign against persons with warrant of arrest resulting to the apprehension of another local for the crime of theft.
PSupt. Santiago Y. Rapiz, police chief reported that Esperaldo Santillan, 42, of Sitio Mallorca, Bry. 19 was collared about 7:30PM, April 10 for the crime of theft with criminal case number 9311.
Bacolod City police authorities are looking into another angle in the alleged suicide of a 32-year old woman who was found dead by her live-in partner about 6PM, Tuesday at Purok Calong-calong, Brgy. Singcang-Airport.
PSInsp. Ser Ulrich Christian Gelera, Police Station 8 chief told NDB that though they are not discounting the possibility of suicide, they are also investigating the angle of a homicide in the death of Romela Muñoz.
Muñoz was found with a single gunshot wound on the left portion of her chest from a pistol. Her live-in partner, Junmark Ibe was also at the scene when the body was discovered.