ta-ala The scene at the Office of the Clerk of Court when a commotion ensued involving CIDG personnel, while veterinarian Bryan Ta-ala was posting bail, yesterday* ( SGG photo )


CIDG chief hits cop
As Ta-ala posts bail

BY SHIELA GELERA

A commotion erupted at the Office of the Clerk of Court at the Hall of Justice in Bacolod City yesterday afternoon when the head of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group-Negros Occidental allegedly kicked the door and boxed one his men for escorting a veterinarian facing gun raps, from a hospital to the HOJ to post bail.

Senior Insp. Ariel Artillero, CIDG-Negros Occidental head, hit Police Officer 3 Rogelio Arseñas, several Clerk of Court personnel, who witnessed the incident, said.

The court staff, who requested not to be named, told the DAILY STAR they were shocked when Artillero suddenly kicked a door and boxed Arseñas, who escorted Bryan Constantino Ta-ala, from the Dr. Pablo O. Torre Memorial Hospital in Bacolod, where he was confined. moremoremore

Bacoleño gets life
for P200 shabu
BY CARLA GOMEZ

A Bacolod resident was sentenced to life imprisonment yesterday for the sale of shabu for P200 to a policeman in a buy-bust operation nearly four years ago.

Bacolod Regional Trial Court Branch 52 Judge Raymond Joseph Javier sentenced Donald Insoy Gepaya to life imprisonment and to pay a fine of P500,000 after finding him guilty beyond reasonable doubt of violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act of 2002 in Criminal Case 12-36999.

Court records show that Gepaya sold a sachet of shabu weighing .020 gram for P200 to police poseur-buyer PO2 Dave Dapat of the City Anti–Illegal Drugs Special Operation Task Group in Purok Kabuswagon, Barangay Mansilingan, Bacolod City on Sept. 25, 2012. moremoremore

 

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Kin of slain father, minor
seek help of CHR Neg. Or.
BY JUANCHO GALLARDE

The mother of the 4-year-old girl, who was killed during a police operation has sought the help of the Commission on Human Rights in Negros Oriental, accompanied by the parents of her live-in partner, who was also shot dead.

Rowena Lorica, mother of Althea Fhem Barbon, told CHR special field investigator Jesus Cañete that she felt bad about the killing of her child.

She said she had asked the Guihulngan City police why they could not have spared Althea, who was innocent. She said the police should review the rules of engagement if it is true that her live-in partner, Alrick Barbon, indeed pulled a gun upon sensing that he was dealing with a police officer..
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