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Kabankalan City

Grandson Kills Grandma, Then Eats Her Heart

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An 85-year old grandmother was killed by her 19-year-old grandson and subsequently ate her heart. This happened at about 2:00 am yesterday in Purok Kabukiran, Tapi, a hinterland barangay in Kabankalan City.

First, some thought he is a witch but residents would not believe it.

Their neighbour discovered the crime about 6:00 am also yesterday with the suspect still sleeping.

The victim was identified as Olivia Halaman, 85, widow and resident of the place.

Gov Lauds Drug Raid in Kabankalan

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Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr., praised the latest accomplishment of the Negros Occidental police in its anti- drug campaign.

“We would like to thank the police for their anti- drug campaign as they are exerting their all efforts,” the Governor said.

Marañon said that if the police “will work harder, they will be successful.”

He admitted that the use of illegal drugs is “very rampant” right now.

Half Kilo of Shabu, FAs Seized in Buy-Bust

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More than half a kilo of suspected shabu worth about P3-M and a cache of firearms were seized by police operatives in a drug buy bust at Purok 5, Barangay 1, Kabankalan City 9:20pm Saturday.

A gram of shabu is P6, 000 in market value while its street value reaches to P8, 000 per gram.

Police Charges Lovers

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Kabankalan City PNP has charged Tuesday two college students of Central Philippines State University (CPSU) in Barangay Camingawan, Kabankalan City after throwing their 7-month old fetus in the banana bushes inside the school compound Friday, July 24.

Superintendent Herman Barbosa, the City police chief said, he instructed his Women and Children’s Protection Desk (WCPD) to file charges of infanticide against the two lovers.

‘Budol-Budol’ Gang Victimizes Elderly Woman from Candoni

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Kabankalan City PNP is looking into the “Budol-Budol” group that victimized a 62-year old resident of Candoni about 11:00 am Friday in Kabankalan City.

Superintendent Herman Barbosa, Kabankalan City PNP chief said Rosalinda Quiapo of Barangay West, Candoni was even thinking of ending her life as she was fooled by two women younger than her.

She lost about P564, 000.00 in jewelries, personal cash, cellphone and the withdrawn amount of P300, 000.