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Kabankalan City

Man Greeting Happy New Year Stabbed Dead

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A man who greeted two persons he met on New year’s eve was stabbed dead by them on the evening of December 31 in Barangay 6-A, Victorias City.

Supt Santiago Rapiz, Victorias City police chief identified the victim as Raden Celeste, 35 of Purok Pasil, Barangay 6-A of the said city.

He sustained stab wound in the chest and was declared dead on arrival at Ikaayong Lawas Foundation Hospital in the city.

The two suspects were identified as Jose Franz Apolinario, 28, and Nikki Ryan Bingcal, 27, also of the place using a bread knife.

3 Killed in Mishap, 1 Hacked Dead

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Three persons were killed in a road mishap, including a minor, in La Carlota City 11:30PM Friday.

Meanwhile, a man was hacked dead in Kabankalan City Friday afternoon.

Supt Orly Gabinete, La Carlota PNP chief named the victims as cousins Jeffmark and Richmond, both legal age and a 16-yr. old - all surnamed Gico of Barangay Ma-ao, Bago City.

They sustained head and body injuries causing their instant death. Their red motorcyle was a total wreck.

2 Children, MC-Rider Killed in Road Mishap

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Two school children and a motorcycle rider were killed in separate road accidents over the weekend in Kabankalan City, Ilog and EB Magalona.

In Kabankalan, 6-year old Jomarie Roberto of Brgy. Oringao was bumped by a black-colored Nissan Frontier Navarra driven by Jeffrey Olarte about 9AM, Sunday.

Olarte, 41, of Unistarch Village was travelling from Kabankalan proper to Brgy. Camingawan when he failed to see the victim who was crossing the road at the time. He claimed his vision was prevented by a parked vehicle on the other side.

Capitol to Shell Out P1.9M for Queenie-Damaged Houses

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By Eugene Y. Adiong

The provincial government of Negros Occidental will give a total of P1,977,000 in financial assistance to houses damaged by Tropical Depression "Queenie".

Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr., yesterday said that the provincial government will give P5,000 to victims whose houses were totally damaged and P2,000 for those partially damaged.

"There were minimum damage to crops," Marañon said.

Cops Beef Up Operations vs. Illegal Drugs in Province

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Police authorities in Negros Occidental are strengthening their campaign against the proliferation of illegal drugs in the province resulting to arrest of suspected drug peddlers in separate operations over the weekend.

In Kabankalan City, Raymundo Javellana Jr., 25, of Purok Malinong, Brgy. Binicuil was initially apprehended for a complaint of violence against women by his live-in partner. While being investigated, probers recovered suspected dried marijuana leaves inside a matchbox.


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