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Arman Toga

PROTESTS IN CROSSING MANAPLA & SAGAY

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Some 200 Task Force Mapalad (TFM)-led farmers and others from non-TFM farmers’ groups, meanwhile assembled and positioned themselves in various areas although they knew President Aquino would not be passing through such areas.


Bayan and Gabriela-Negros hold pocket rallies during the arrival of President Benigno Simeon Aquino III in Negros yesterday.* (Owen S. Bayog/NDB photo)

Hundreds of farmers, their dependents and many others swarmed at Hda. Bariw Transloading Station at Crossing San Agustin in Sagay and at a transloading station in Bariw in Central Manapla - with streamers and placards although, PNoy did had no sorties thrpough their areas.

Fugitive Ayalin Finally Captured

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Long-wanted Noel Ayalin, the former barangay captain of Kapitan Ramon in Silay City who massacred four barangay officials while they were holding a meeting on March 6, 2011, was finally captured yesterday afternoon.

Tagged as the Most Wanted Person in Western Visayas (Region 6), Ayalin was collared in Iba, Zambales by operatives of Region 3 PNP led by PSupt. Andrew Aguirre, PSupt. Freston Bangangan and PSSupt. Crisaldo Nieves.

M6.3 Quake Shakes Negros, Panay

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A Magnitude 6.3 earthquake shook Negros and nearby islands at 6:16 last night, sending people out of buildings, houses and other infrastructures.

The Department of Science and Technology’s (DOST) Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) said the earthquake’s epicenter was plotted at a depth of 10 kilometers, at 09.40 North,122.08 East, 49 kilometers southwest of Hinoba-an town in southern Negros Occidental.

No reports of damages as of 9 o’clock last night but officials of various cities and towns are set to check buildings and other structures today.

City Hall Won’t Accept Patrol Boat

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The controversial patrol boat donated by the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) years ago to the City Government of Bacolod - through the effort of Councilor Carl Lopez, was not accepted yesterday afternoon by City Hall.



THESE ARE JUST AMONG PHOTOGRAPHS taken yesterday morning at about 9 o’clock by Executive Assistant to the Bacolod Mayor, Butch Ebreo, saying the controversial patrol boat and dumptruck were being kept in a compound he suspects belongs to Bacolod Councilor Carl Lopez.*


Anti-Drugs Czar Descallar Relieved

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Yesterday, BCPO director Larry Decena confirmed that Descallar was being relived and is now reporting to the Regional PNP headquarters in Iloilo City.* (Cyrus M. Garde w/ reports from Arman Toga)

It looks like it has become a usual thing to happen next everytime a series of massive anti-illegal drug drives are achieved in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental - the relief of one or two police officers behind huge successes in the fight against drugs.

Yesterday, Police Supt. Jefferson Timosa Descallar, Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) deputy director, spokesman and Special Operations Group (SOG) head was relieved by the Regional PNP Office from his post.

Descallar had been highly-successful in the fight against illegal drugs and other crimes in Bacolod.

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