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Kabankalan City

5 Killed in Negros Occidental Sunday

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Five persons were killed in separate incidents in the province on Sunday and at dawn Monday, Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOPPO) report disclosed.

Edgar Amin, 47, a farmer of Purok 8, Barangay Dancalan, Ilog, Negros Occidental was sprawled at Km 107 in the barangay due to a gunshot wound in the chest Sunday night.

He was rushed to Lorenzo Zayco Memorial District Hospital in Kabankalan City, but was declared dead on arrival.

Ilog PNP is still facing a blank wall on the identity of the suspect.

2 Gas Stations in Kabankalan Robbed; 3 Nabbed in Buy Bust in Binalbagan

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Kabankalan City PNP is asking help from a gasoline station’s CCTV in order to identity two unidentified suspects on a motorcycle who robbed the cashier of collections, while three persons were collared in a buy bust operation in a computer shop in Binalbagan, Monday.

Police Chief Inspector Eduardo Corpuz said two unidentified persons riding-in-tandem on a motorcycle gassed up P200 from SeaOil Gas station along Barangay 1, Monday.

When Benjie Verzosa went to the cashier’s table, he was followed by one of them and announced the holdup at gunpoint.

Kabankalan Cops Identify Victim of Shootout

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The unidentified victim killed in shootout with Kabankalan City PNP last Thursday, May 28 was lately identified as Police Chief Inspector Eduardo Corpuz, Kabankalan City PNP OIC Chief said.

The victim was Ricardo Ibasan, Jr., 42, resident of Sibulan, Negros Oriental.

Ibasan’s identity was disclosed by retired Police Chief Inspector Gregorio Hitadan, now the Officer-in-charge Provincial Warden of Negros Oriental Detention and Rehabilitation Center in Dumaguete City.

BLAST KILLS SOLDIER, WOUNDS ANOTHER

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A soldier was killed, while another was in critical condition after an explosive exploded past 5 o’clock yesterday afternoon at the shop of the Advance Command Post (ACP) of the Army’s 303rd Infantry Brigade at Camp Alfredo Montelibano, Sr. in Barangay Estefania, Bacolod City.


Negros Occidental Vice Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson welcomes Iloilo Vice Governor Raul Tupas together with his staff in a courtesy visit yesterday at the Vice Governor’s Office.*(Capitol photo by Richard Malihan)

 

As of press time last night, NDB was informed that the fatality was Technical Sergeant Joven Maravilla of Iloilo City.

In critical condition was Corporal Erwin Trases of Kabankalan City.

The two were rushed to Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital, but Maravilla was reportedly declared dead on arrival.

Trases was still fighting for his life as of last night.

The two are members of the Army’s Explosives and Ordnance Department (EOD) responsible in detonating explosives and devices.

Initial report disclosed that the two were in the shop inside the ACP compound at the back of Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOPPO) trying to repair or detonate explosives.

Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office (NOPPO) Scene of the Crime Operatives (SOCO) are conducting investigation to determine the cause of explosion.*

Centenarian Receives P10K Financial Assistance from City

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Rosenda Juarez became the first beneficiary of City Ordinance No. 08-14-670, or the Centenarian Award that provides additional benefits to Filipinos who reached the age of 100.


Department of Social Services and Development Social Welfare Officer II Alma Gustilo presents Centenarian Rosenda Juarez with a check worth P10,000.00 as financial assistance in line with City Ordi-nance No. 08-14-670 that provides additional benefits to Filipino citizens who reached the age of 100. Juarez turned 101 last March 1.* (CMO-PIO photo)