HIDING PLACE. Buenos Aires Resort, owned by the Bago City government, is said to have been a favorite hiding place of commonwealth president Manuel Luis Quezon.*
( Ronnie Baldonado photo )
A Bacoleña was sentenced yesterday to life imprisonment for the sale .08 gram of shabu for P500 to a police poseur-buyer in 2012.
Bacolod Regional Trial Court Branch 52 Judge Raymond Joseph Javier found Maria Elirica Buison Celis, alias Rica, guilty beyond reasonable doubt for violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act.
The five-month anti-drug campaign of the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office has yielded more than P7 million in prohibited drugs and the confiscation of 90 firearms.
NOCPPO records also show that a total of 998.5 grams of shabu, with street market value of P7,199,654, were confiscated and 336 suspects arrested, from January to May.
|Let's pray for Miriam|
|So wrong in many levels|
|Brexit: What If?|
|Right to abstain|
Random manual poll
audit today in NegOr
BY JUDY F. PARTLOW
The Commission on Elections will supervise today the random manual audit of election results from seven clustered precincts in Negros Oriental.
As provided for by the law, the random manual audit is “a process of examination to determine whether the automated count of the vote counting machines under an automated election system is accurate based on a manual verification of said count”..