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Child drowns off Ibarra beach

June 6 - 12, 2015

BARANGAY IBARRA, MAASIN CITY- Eight year old Niel Palco reportedly drowned here while wadding along the beach last Saturday afternoon. According to his uncle Rogelio Palco he last saw Niel playing along the beach at around 3 p.m. and by 5 p.m. began to worrying and looked for him. He said he found his nephew’s body floating in three feet deep waters very near shore, and rushed him to the City Maternity Hospital, where he was declared dead on arrival.

Top city photographer robbed

June 6 - 12, 2015

CITY TUNGA-TUNGA, MAASIIN - The home of the city’s top commercial photographer was violated last Thursday by robbers who ran off with the owners savings of 20.000 pesos. According to Christopher Padilla Dorias the scalawags broke down 2 of his backyard doors to gain entry to his bungalow. According to police officer Sancho Orito Jr. the robbers must have entered by destroying the locks of the back doors.

Police Chief Calumba strikes again

May 30 - June 5, 2015

MAASIN CITY - Another buy bust operation led by Police Chief Inspector Francisco Calumba Jr. at Brgy. Combado resulted in the arrest of 29 year
old Ronald Baraquil Basco a construction worker and resident here. Found in his possession was what looked like shabu and several marked 100 peso bills. He will be charged with violating Republic Act 9165 or antidrug possession law.

Wanted American arrested

May 30 - June 5, 2015

BARANGAY SANTA SOFIA, PADRE BURGOS –Last May 28 at around 3:30 p.m. a Tracker Team of the Padre BurgosPolice Station led by Police Inspector James Gervacio arrested Joshua Norwood Breland a 30 year old American who was wanted for homicide. His bail has been set at P30,000. Breland was brought to the Padre Burgos police station where he will be detained before being turned over to the concerned court.

Fire Razes GK Resettlement project

May 30 - June 5, 2015

BARANGAY PASIL, MALITBOG - A fire broke out at theGawad Kalinga River Resettlement project at Pasil, Malitbog, Southern Leyte last June 2 at about 4:10 pm. Mayor Allan Go immediately called the Bureau of Fire prevention office there and it sent firetrucks from Maasin, Bontoc, Macrohon and Sogod to the fire scene. The blaze which reportedly reportedly started at the house of Jack Maceda razed 27 houses. Since all were made of light materials they burned quickly. The BFP Malitbog station declared the fire out at 6:40 pm. According to Fire Officer Maricor Tantoy the estimated damage was 2 million pesos but no casualtieswere reported.

 


 

 

 

 

 

   

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