BEAUTIES. MassKara Queen 2019 candidates with Mayor Evelio Leonardia (seated), Councilors Cindy Rojas (5th from left) and Israel Salanga, and MQ 2018 Ella Mae Mercado (7th and 6th from left) during a courtesy visit at the Bacolod Government Center yesterday.* (Ronnie Baldonado photo)
Cops file raps vs. 3
for P4.5M mall heist
BY SHIELA G. GELERA
Three of the ten suspects in the Gaisano City Grand Mall P4.5 million heist last week, who are allegedly members of the Parojinog Robbery Gang, are now facing charges for robbery, Police Lt. Col. Ariel Pico, Bacolod City Police Office public information officer, said yesterday.
Charged before the Bacolod City Prosecutor’s Office yesterday were Marlon Parojinog, alias “Aylon”, Philip Bonn Manuales Rabenes, and Kenneth Bonon, all residents of Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental, Pico said.
Olivia sues daughter for perjury
BY CARLA P. GOMEZ
A complaint for falsification of public documents and perjury has been filed against Emily Yanson, the corporate secretary of the Yanson Group of Bus Companies, before the Bacolod City Prosecutor’s Office, lawyer Norman Golez said yesterday.
The complaint was filed against Emily by her mother Olivia Yanson and brother Leo Rey Yanson on August 9, he said.The complainants said some time in the 1980s Olivia and her late husband, Ricardo B. Yanson (RBY), started assigning shares to their children, Roy, Ricardo Jr., Leo Rey and Emily Yanson, Ma. Lourdes Celina Yanson Lopez, and Ginnette Yanson Dumancas, and made them directors of the Yanson Group of Bus Companies, including Vallacar Transit Inc.
SSS calls on 3,375 delinquent
employers to settle accounts
BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA
The Social Security System has called on more than 3,000 delinquent employers in Negros Island to settle their accounts or face criminal charges.
Leilani Benedian, SSS vice president for Visayas West 1 Division, said yesterday the 3,375 employers in the two Negros provinces, including 1,700 from Bacolod City, who were considered delinquents, should avail of the ongoing Contribution Penalty Condonation Program, which is only until September 6.Under the program, employers can settle their unpaid SSS premiums without paying the accumulated penalties.