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Wanted Pulupandan folk
seek refuge, fail to find it
BY
CARLA GOMEZ
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Pulupandan residents facing warrants of arrest for grave threats charges filed by supporters of mayor-elect Magdaleno Peņa tried to seek refuge at the provincial Capitol and with the Diocese of Bacolod in Bacolod City but decided to surrender to the Negros Occidental Provincial Command late yesterday afternoon.

The residents, who asked not be identified, said they were not evading the warrants of arrest but they wanted to be detained at the NOPPO in Bacolod City, and not at the Pulupandan jail, out of fear.

The Pulupandan residents numbering about 60 named in the 187 issued warrants of arrest, decided to voluntary surrender at the NOPPO headquarters in Bacolod City.moremoremore

Two die in head-on
crash of motorcycles
BY PATRICK PANGILINAN

Two Bacolod residents were killed when their motorcycles crashed head-on in Bacolod City at about 11 p.m. Thursday, police reports said.

Ralph Placido, 21, of Purok Roadside, Brgy. Alijis, Bacolod City, was declared dead on arrival at the Bacolod Adventist Medical Center while Dennis Albay, 27, of Purok Masinadyahon, Brgy. Bata, also in Bacolod, died on the spot.

Both were not wearing safety helmets when the incident occurred, PO3 Roy Abadilla of the Bacolod City Police Office Traffic Management Unit said.moremoremore

Reward up for missing
refined sugar
BY GILBERT BAYORAN

The body of a 14-year-old boy believed to have been beaten to death by a "rugby user" who is also a minor, was found in a deserted lot in Bacolod City yesterday, the police said.

John Ray Jalando-on of 6th Street, Brgy. 17, Bacolod City, a Grade 1 pupil at the Andres Bonifacio Elementary School 1, was found dead by a trisikad driver in an abandoned lot at 21st Street, Bacolod City after two minors, who said they saw a 14-year-old boy kill the victim, told him about Jalando-on's body.

Jalando-on suffered multiple wounds including ones on the back of his head and on his neck, police investigators said. moremoremore


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