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Illegal fishing campaign intensified

The new PNP Provincial Director Marni Caluya Marcos has intensified its anti-illegal fishing campaign in cooperation with the local Bantay Dagat taskforce of the local government units in the province. Their efforts have led to the apprehension of two fishermen using illegal spear guns at a fish sanctuary at barangay Bilibol ,Maasin City, and six unregistered fisherman who were catching fish in the municipal waters of Anahawan town. The 2 fishermen caught using spear guns at Bilibol are now in police custody and will be charged before the City Proseutor’s Office. While the 6 fishermen apprehended in the municipal waters of Anahawan have been released after each had paid P4, 000 to the Anahawan municipal government.

Bloody hacking at wedding party

A 33 year old barangay Tanod of Sitio Coot, Barangay Salvador, Macrohon Town was hacked in the head by a drunken guest at a wedding party here last November 20, 2014. The assailant who police investigators identified as Robert Maitem Aranzado was reportedly drunk and challenging other guests at the party. The victim Joselito Paican Mantilla tried to pacify the troublemaker, and upon failing to do so, had sprayed the suspects face with a teargas. However the spray had little effect on the suspect, who was able to hack the Tanod on the head with his bolo. The assailant has been arrested while the victim was brought to the provincial hospital for treatment.

Hot cell phone causes 2 million peso fire

MARIA CLARA, MAASIN CITY - Three residential houses were badly damaged here when a fire broke out last October 23, 2014 at around 7:30 a.m. Firemen led by Fire Officer Carfilo Jaballa claim the fire was caused by an overheated cell phone which Pepito Calope was recharging in his room.The fire quickly spread to his neighbor Cristina Morial and Phoebe Corolla’s house which were also badly damaged. The fire which caused an estimated 2 million pesos in damages was ruled an accident.

 

   

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