MERGE Jail officials needed a bus and several other vehicles to transport accused inmates to the Bacolod Hall of Justice for National Judgment Day yesterday.* (CPG photo)


16 meted life for drugs
Father gets 40 years for incest rape
BY CARLA P. GOMEZ

Sixteen persons facing illegal drugs cases were sentenced to life imprisonment, while a father was meted a 40-year-jail term for raping his 11-year-old daughter during the 5th National Judgment Day at the Hall of Justice in Bacolod City yesterday.

As part of the 44th anniversary of the Office of the Court Administrator of the Supreme Court, all first and second level courts were required to participate in the 5th National Judgment Day.

This was in compliance with the 10-point agenda of Chief Justice Diosdado Peralta and the SC to decongest court dockets and jail facilities through the efficient and speedy administration of justice, a court press statement said. moremoremore


P7.2M in shabu seized
BY SHIELA G. GELERA

About P7,205,000 worth of suspected shabu was seized in Bacolod City, yesterday.

The bulk of the illegal substance was recovered from a high-value target and a member of an organized drug group, with some of his alleged associatesreportedly still detained in Negros jails.

Operatives of the Regional Drug Enforcement Unit-6 confiscated about P6.8 million worth of suspected shabu from Ronaldo Roquero, alias “Dacoycoy,” at the South Capitol Road in Barangay 9, Bacolod, at about 2:30 a.m. yesterday. moremoremore

 

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IN NEG. OCC.
‘Fast food chains may buy local pork’
BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA

Some of the fastfood chains in Negros Occidental that have stopped serving pork and pork products on their menus may tap the local market to meet their demands , Provincial Veterinarian Renante Decena said .

Decena met yesterday with the top officials of Jollibee, Chowking and Mang Inasal , who were amenable to the idea of sourcing local pork.

These fastfood chains have stopped importing their pork meals since the 90-day ban on the entry of pork and pork products from Luzon was imposed by the provincial government on September 11 to keep the province free from the dreaded African swine fever virus.