A platoon of fully armed NPA fighters prepare for a parade and review before their leaders and supporters somewhere in southern Negros.* ( Shiela Gelera photo )
A lone suspect, armed with an M-16 assault rifle, shot and killed a Chinese businessman and a security guard, and took an estimated P1 million in cash, in a robbery-holdup on Christmas day at Locsin Street, Brgy. 13, Bacolod City.
Police investigation showed that the unidentified armed suspect entered the JDS Mindoro Enterprises Corp. at about 7:30 p.m. Sunday, and opened fire at the people inside, after first killing the security guard identified as Jilbert Mayang of the Tracer Tracker Security Agency.
Mayang died on the spot, while Changle Wu, a Chinese businessman and son of the owner of the commercial establishment, succumbed to a gunshot wound in the head. He was declared dead on arrival at the Dr. Pablo O Torre Memorial Hospital in Bacolod City.
mayor orders police
Bacolod Mayor Evelio Leonardia yesterday ordered acting city police director Senior Supt. Flynn Dongbo to solve the robbery-killing of Chinese businessman Changle Wu and his security guard Jilbert Mayang.
He is also set to issue an executive order today creating Task Group Bantay Negosyo to prevent similar crimes from happening again. He has designated Vice Mayor El Cid Familiaran to head the task group.
Wu, owner of JDS Mindoro Enterprises Corp. located at Locsin St. in Brgy, 13, and Mayang were shot dead by a lone suspect, who staged a robbery-holdup at about 7:30 p.m. on Christmas day, Dec. 25, - just when the store was closing.
|It was a blessed Christmas|
or Happy Holidays?
Dumaguete BOC cites
7 importers for gains
BY JUDY F. PARTLOW
The Bureau of Customs sub-port of Dumaguete City has given citations to its seven major importers that have contributed to the agency's gains, especially in the first six months of the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.
These importers played a major role in the sub-port's actual collection of P1,032,083,432 as of December 15, a Bureau of Customs official said.
Fe Lluelyn Toring, OIC port collector, said the seven major importers in Negros Oriental are Filoil Energy Co. Inc. and Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp. for petroleum products, Wilmar Edible Oils Phils. Inc. and Dumaguete Coconut Mills Inc. for palm olein, Bonjourno Trading and Goldfin Intertrade Co. Ltd. - cement, and Pryce Gases Inc. for liquefied petroleum gas...