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Multiple charges filed
vs. massacre suspect

Three counts of murder and frustrated murder was filed by the police had against a deputized agent of the Land Transportation Office, in connection with the massacre of the relatives of Negrense broadcaster Ferdinand “Bambi” Yngson in Sagay City, Negros Occidental.

Police Senior Inspector Gabriel Gutierrez yesterday said the criminal complaints were filed yesterday against massacre suspect Romeo Corbo before the Sagay City Prosecutor’s Office, 10 days after the killing of Yngson’s aunt, Elsa, 67, her husband, Ranulfo Javellana, 71, and their daughter, Gina Javellana Zaragoza, 48, in Brgy. 1 Sagay City.

Corbo who is an employee of Sagay City, has a pending arrest warrant for malicious mischief, in connection with the shooting of Yngson in 2007, on top of frustrated murder filed against him by the broadcaster.

Yngson said he is also taking precautionary measures against a possible attempt of Corbo to hit him again.

The killing of Yngson’s relatives on July 29 was allegedly triggered by a property dispute.

Corbo was reportedly spotted in Manapla last week. However, he was able to elude arrest by policemen who verified his reported presence in the town.

The Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office has recommended the inclusion of Corbo in list of most-wanted persons in Western Visayas.* GPB

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Wanted man falls

A laborer tagged as the number eight most-wanted man of Bago City, Negros Occidental, was apprehended by policemen in Candoni town Friday last week, the police said yesterday.

Arrested was Alan John Calooy, 29, of Purok Esmeralda, Brgy. Poblacion, Bago City, police commander, Chief Insp. Simeon Gane, said yesterday.

Gane said Calooy was apprehended by SPO2 Tomas Makilan, SPO1 Cris Guevarra and PO2 Glenn Bolaoro at t 10 a.m. in Brgy. West in Candoni town, on the strength of warrant of arrest for illegal drug possession and reckless imprudence resulting in homicide issued by Regional Trial Court Branch 62 Judge Frances Guanzon.

Guanzon set the bails of Calooy at P120,000 for illegal drug possession charges, and P30,000 for reckless imprudence resulting in homicide, police records showed.

Two men wanted for various offenses were also arrested by the Bago police at their residences Monday.

Gane said Jose Iñong, “alias Palos”, 34, a farmer of Alegria, Brgy. Lag-asan, Bago City was arrested at about 3 p.m. on the strength of an arrest warrant for attempted homicide issued by Municipal Trial Court in Cities Judge Herminigildo Octaviano, who set his bail at P12,000.

Meanwhile, Carmelito Miravalles , “alias Kokoy”, 43, Brgy. Poblacion, Bago City was arrested by virtue of an arrest warrant for direct assault in agent of person and authority with less physical injuries issued by Octaviano, who set his bail at P12,000.*APN

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