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Salvage victim found; jeepney used seized

Closed-circuit television camera (CCTV) footage led to the discovery and seizure of the jeepney used by three unidentified men in dumping the body of an alleged salvage victim in Sta. Mesa, Manila Friday. Investigator PO2 Michael Maraggun from the Manila Police District (MPD) Homicide Division described the fatality to be between 25-27-years old, 5’3” to 5’5” tall, and wearing black T-shirt... 

CA orders trial of P15-M ‘Morong 43′ suit vs GMA

The wheels of justice for the six members of the so-called “Morong 43” who claimed that they were illegally arrested and tortured by the military four years ago on suspicion of being communist rebels have finally turned. The Court of Appeals (CA) has ordered a full-blown trial of the P15-million damage suit filed that they filed against former President now Pampanga Rep. Gloria M. Arroyo. More... 

Man with 100 theft cases falls

DINALUPIHAN, Bataan – Police scored a major breakthrough in their campaign against carnapping after they arrested a man involved in more than 100 vehicle theft cases. Supt. Rizalino A. Andaya, police chief here, identified the arrested suspect as Alberto Hernandez of Brgy. Suclaban, Mexico, Pampanga, whom he dubbed as the dreaded and elusive carnapper. Andaya said the suspect would pose as a buyer,... 

Housewife crowned ‘Carinderia Queen’

A housewife’s diligence and perseverance that turned her carinderia business into a successful venture was crowned 2014 Carinderia Queen during a three-hour pageant at the World Trade Center Metro Manila in Pasay City Saturday. Sheryl Lolos, 37, owner of two carinderias (eateries) in Makati City, bested 24 other candidates nationwide in the only contest that highlights the carinderia business in... 

3 drug pushers killed in shootout

CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga – Three suspected drug pushers were killed in a shootout yesterday morning in Subic, Zambales, the Police Regional Office (PRO3) said. Reports reaching the office of Chief Inspector Chery Lou Donato, PRO3 spokesperson, identified the slain suspects as Jessica Taralus alias Anna, Abdul Abdurasib alias Mannong, and Junjun Jakaria. Incoming search terms:news oct 2 2014 in subic... 

New city cop chief

Cabanatuan City has a new police chief. He is Supt. Joselito Villarosa, former head of the Nueva Ecija Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG). Villarosa replaced Supt. Pedro Soliba who held the post for a year. Incoming search terms:supt Pedro Soliba (2)Drud Raid Cabanatuan October (1)jaen nueva ecija police chief (1)police superintendent villarosa (1) More articles: Barangay chief slain... 

Stolen car with P1-M cash found

CAMP GENERAL ALEJO SANTOS, Bulacan – Police recovered a stolen car with P1 million cash inside at the parking space of Shell Select gasoline station on North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) in Barangay Turo, Balagtas, this province, at 11 p.m. last Wednesday. Senior Supt. Ferdinand O. Divina, Bulacan police director, said that members of the Bulacan Provincial Public Safety Company (PPSC) led by Senior Inspector... 

Crisis in PNP leadership

To many, the Philippine National Police (PNP) is currently buried neck-deep in issues questioning its integrity, sincerity and loyalty due to a crisis in leadership, which automatically points to its chief, Director-General Alan Purisima. We now have brazen cops kidnapping people at gunpoint in broad daylight on EDSA and stealing their millions in the guise of a legitimate operation. Law enforcers... 

1 dead, 28 hurt in NLEX accident

CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga – A bus conductor died while 28 others were hurt when a passenger bus rammed into a 14-wheeler Izusu truck along North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) Monday afternoon. Inspector Roland Manulit, Mexico Municipal Police Station (MPS) officer on duty, said Benedict Dipad, Victory Liner bus conductor, died on the spot, while his driver, Renato Pajardo, is now fighting for his life. Incoming... 

Floods batter Metro Manila, nearby provinces; 2 dead

At least two people died as heavy rains brought by tropical storm “Mario” (international name Fung-Wong) and the seasonal monsoon triggered widespread flooding yesterday in Metro Manila and nearby provinces, shutting down schools and government offices and forcing tens of thousands to flee flooded homes. Local officials interviewed on radio reported hundreds were evacuated early Friday from severely...