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January 10-16, 2015

Man survives multiple gun wounds

BRGY. TIGBAWAN, MAASIN CITY- Last January 11, 2015 at around 2 a.m. City Police Chief Avelino Doncillo Jr. received a call from the Provincial Hospital regarding a patient there who was suffering from gunshot wounds. Upon reaching the hospital he learned from the victim that he was shot by his assailants with a .38 caliber revolver and a shotgun. He added that he was drinking with his friends at the time. Doncillo and his team then proceeded to the crime scene which was around 25 kilometers from the hospital. There they found 2 bullet shell casings and the holster of a .38 caliber pistol. Unfortunately the suspects had already fled. A case for frustrated murder has been filed against his assailants.

Buy bust nabs one in San Juan

SAN JUAN, Southern Leyte, January 12, 2015 – A buy bust operation here headed by Police Senior Inspector Dexter Varquez Edillo has led to the arrest of 56-year old Bienvinido Garrido a jobless resident of Santa Cruz, San Juan. Found in his possession were a heat sealed transparent plastic sachet containing white crystalline substance which looked like “shabu” and other drug instruments. The suspect is now in police custody and will be charged with illegal drug possession.

Fugitive pays bail is freed

SOGOD, SOUTHERN LEYTE- Last January 12, 2015a 38-year old housewife named Sarah Lanugan went to the police station here and reported that there was an arrest warrant for her for Qualified Theft. She said she wanted to settle her bail bond which had been set at P80, 000 and after having done so was released.



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