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Dinner for a Cause for Salgado Baby’s Liver Ailment Succeed

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It was a night to remember for the family of Reyn Allan Jove Salgado as his “Dinner for a Cause” held last October 29 at People’s House Lobby was a huge success.

Organizers of the Dinner for a Cause held last October 29 count the accumulated donations to help Reyn Allan Jove Salgado for his liver transplant.* (CMO-PIO photo)

NO HALLOWEEN GREETINGS FROM NDB EDITOR Arman Pelayo Toga, photo-graphed here at the lobby of Manila Hotel, by “Casper star” Rey Siason. A lot of business establishments also in Bacolod are decorating with Halloween theme, especial-ly restaurants, resto bars, ho-tels and telecom offices. The “witchy season”, still alive with prevalent beliefs in the scary underworld and superstitious beliefs have also become, like Christmas, a business strategy.*


A total of P16, 429.75 were collected alongside more than sold 300 dinner tickets.

It was a well-attended gathering of city officials and employees and other private individuals who wanted to extend their help to the 6-month old baby who is in dire need of a liver transplant.

‘Lesbian’ Kills Lover’s Ex

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A “lesbian” stabbed dead a former lover of her live-in partner in defense of herself in what is now known as a “love triangle” at almost 10 o’clock Tuesday night in Purok Tilapia in Brgy. 3, Bacolod City.

BUSINESS & POLITICS. Former assemblyman and successful businessman Roberto (Bobby) Montelibano and former congresswoman and successful businesswoman Princess Soraya Jaafar at EDSA Shangri-la last week. Is something better in store for Bacolod City representation in the national scene in 2016?* (Arman Toga photo)

 BACOLOD Mayor Monico Puentevella leading the repainting of the Burgos Public Cemetery in preparation for Undas.* (CMO-PIO photo)

Police Station 2’s Sr. Insp. Stephen Biniba identified the victim as Exequiel Blaza, 20 years od of Purok Makawiwili, Brgy. 3.

Blaza, son of a policeman, sustained a stab wound in the chest and died before arriving at a hospital.

Suspect is Lanie Rose Sabillo, 20, of Purok Boulevard also in the barangay.

Sabillo said the former boyfriend and live-in partner (Blaza) of her lover and live-in partner Lovely Mae Briones, 19, upon seeing them together, grabbed her hair and manhandled her.

Sabillo said she shouted for help but no one came, while her live-in partner Lovely Mae tried to pacify them but failed.

This, Sabillo told newsmen, forced her to stab Blaza with a knife.

Blaza and Briones were lovers and live-in partners for one year, but Briones said she abandoned Blaza for almost 10 months ago and is now living in with the lesbian Sabillo.

Briones admitted they lived together for about a year, but decided to separate about 10 months ago.

Reshuffling Ongoing at Bacolod Police Force

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A minor reshuffling at the Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) is now ongoing.

Police Supt. Armando Tubongbanua who handles twin positions as deputy for operations and administration has to give up one of it.

Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) Deputy for Operations Supt. Armando Tubongbanua reports during the City Peace and Order Council meeting the accomplishments of the BCPO during the recently concluded MassKara Festival while City Mayor and CPOC chair Monico Puentevella, Councilor El Cid Familiaran and BCPO Director SSupt. Pedrito Escarilla listen.* (EAD-PIA6 photo)


Joint meeting among NPC members headed by President Carla Cañet back (to camera) with Rotary Club of Bacolod East President Sonya Verdeflor (R) with NPC Past Presidents Pert Toga and Modi Saonoy.* (NDB photo)

Supt. Calixto Mabugat, former Kabankalan City PNP Chief was designated as new BCPO deputy for adminis-tration, while Tubongbanua has remained as deputy for operations.

Kabankalan Drug Bust Nets P675,000 Shabu

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Yesterday afternoon’s checkpoint operation of the Kabankalan City Police Office at the national highway in Purok Matawhay in Barangay Binicuil netted some P675,000 worth of suspected shabu.

INTERCEPTED. Alo Mangondato Bacarat, right, was intercepted by Kabankalan City policemen yesterday afternoon in a checkpoint in Brgy. Binicuil, with suspected shabu.* (Jun Gaton/Pasiplat photo)

Kabankalan PNP Director, Supt. Salvador Dagoon told Negros Daily Bulletin (NDB) that he and his policemen, together with the city’s traffic enforcers, put up the checkpoint, and were able to nab a suspected drugs courier identified as Alo Mangondato Bacarat.

Taken from Bacarat, a native of Cawayan Linuk, Marantao, Lanao Del Sur but temporarily residing in Binalbagan, Negros Occidental, were 11 big transparent plastic sachets containing suspected shabu with estimated street value of P675,000, one black Cherry Mobile phone, cash amounting to P22,470 and two pawnshop receipts.

Supt. Dagoon also told NDB that Bacarat came from Hinigaran and was on his way to Kabankalan proper at about 4:20 yesterday afternoon when he was flagged down at the Binicuil highway checkpoint.

The suspect has been on top of the authorities’ list of persons known to be transporting illegal drugs in southern Negros.

Dagoon said the inventory of items taken from Bacarat was witnessed by DOJ Rep. Chambeline Gasataya, Brgy. Captain Jerry Fuentes and Kagawad Marvin Tupan.

SP Approves Bike Lanes Resolution

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The Bacolod City Council has approved a resolution urging the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) to integrate the construction of bicycle lanes on identified Bike Friendly zones within the City of Bacolod.

Councilor Wilson “Jun” Gamboa, Jr.


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