NICOR Mayor Rhumyla Nicor-Manguilimotan, her brother, Councilor Alberto "White" Nicor III, and their mother, ABC president Noeme Nicor, may take legal action against those trying to besmirch their reputation.* ( Gilbert Bayoran photo )

Councilor threatens
raps vs. police chief

La Castellana Councilor Alberto “White” Nicor III said yesterday that he is contemplating to press legal action against Chief Inspector Allan Reloj, Moises Padilla police chief, for allegedly besmirching his reputation, by linking him to the illegal drugs.

Nicor dared Reloj to prove his allegations against him.

Nicor was joined by his elder sister, La Castellana Mayor Rhumyla Nicor- Mangilimutan, in challenging Reloj to produce evidence. moremoremore

Solar farm patrols increased,
attackers called extortionists

The Philippine Army and the National Police yesterday dismissed the attack on a solar power farm in Cadiz City, Negros Occidental, as plain and simple extortion, as its management had refused to comply with the demands of the perpetrators.

Senior Supt. Rodolfo Castil, provincial police director of Negros Occidental, saidyesterday that they have increased their patrols and visibility operations in the area, in coordination with the Philippine Army, to avoid a duplication of the incident.

Police investigations showed that about 17 armed men, suspected to be New People's Army rebels, passed by the house of a certain Isagani Cabrera at about 6:20 p.m. Thursday at Purok Sandra 1 in Brgy. Tinampaan, Cadiz City. moremoremore

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2 live-in partners of
credit card scammers shot dead

Two live-in partners of suspected credit card scammers, who were nabbed in Dumaguete last week, were shot dead in broad daylight Saturday at Meciano Road in the city.

Dr. Kenneth Coo, chief of One Rescue, said Meagan Noble, 21, of Malibay, Pasay City, was killed on the spot, while April Bien, 30, of Advincula Street, also in Pasay City, later died at the intensive care unit of the Holy Child Hospital in Dumaguete City.

Dumaguete City police chief, Supt. Jovito Atanacio, said the two had visited and talked with their live-in partners inside the city detention cell. Bien's live-in partner is Raymundo Erickson while Noble's live-in partner is Albert Marasigan, the alleged leader of the group..