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POLICE BEAT

62-year-old woman
molested in Sagay

A 38-year-old man was recently charged for rape before the Cadiz City Regional Trial Court, in connection with the molestation of an elderly woman last week in Sagay City, Negros Occidental.

SPO3 Noel Olaera, chief investigator of the Sagay police, said the suspect, identified as Bonifacio Clan, alias Nonoy, is now detained at the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, after the filing of charges against him Aug. 18.

Olaera said Clan allegedly molested a 62-year-old woman, whose identity is being withheld, on Aug. 15 at Purok Pag-asa, Brgy. 2 Poblacion in Sagay City. He was immediately arrested by the Sagay police.

Meanwhile, Supt. Remus Zacharias Canieso, deputy provincial police director of Negros Occidental, reported 10 percent increase in crimes against person from Aug. 9 to 16, compared to the previous week.

Rape, murder, homicide and physical injuries are classified as crimes against person.

Canieso said crimes against person usually take place when somebody is under the influence of liquor, or they are triggered by old grudges.

He said they are intensifying their Oplan Bakal and Sita campaign, increasing the conduct of checkpoints, and visibility operations in crime- prone areas.

Canieso, however, said they have noted a 40 percent reduction in crimes against property in the same period in Negros Occidental.*GPB

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TMU: 4 persons injured
in motorcycle mishaps

Four persons were injured in motorcycle related-accidents in Bacolod City Thursday, reports from the Bacolod City Police’s Traffic Management Unit showed yesterday.

Jaggie Mae Gabatanga, 30, of Glendale Subdivision in Brgy. Granada, Bacolod was driving her American eagle motorcycle with plate number 7218FF and was heading west of Burgos Street, Bacolod, at about 3:30 a.m. when her motorcycle ran over an empty bottle in the middle of the road, traffic investigator Police Officer 1 Ferdimark Peñarroyo said yesterday.

Gabatanga lost control of her motorcycle and fell to the ground. She injured and was rushed to the Pablo O. Torre Memorial Hospital, Peñarroyo said.

Traffic investigator Police Officer 3 Xavier Rama said Alexander Rodrigazo, 51, of Purok Lirio in Brgy. Taculing was also injured when the Honda XRM 125cc motorcycle with plate number 8607 he was driving figured in an accident with a tractor driven by Rolando Blancia, 55, of Brgy. Jerusalem in Cadiz City, Negros Occidental at about 9 a.m. near the Robonson’s place Bacolod mall at Lacson Street.

Rama also reported that Jason Guillen, 30, of Maya Street in Brgy. Villamonte was injured when his Suzuki Raider 150cc motorcycle with plate number 4757FL was hit by a Hyundai Getz Sedan driven by Ivan Rodriguez, 36, of Brgy. Taculing Bacolod at about 10:35 a.m. at Malaspina-Lopez Jaena Streets, Bacolod.

Guillen who sustained injuries was rushed to the Bacolod Doctor’s Hospital.

Meanwhile, Robert Mansueto, 33, of Brgy. Paraiso in Sagay City, Negros Occidental also sustained injuries when his Kawasaki KLX 150 cc motorcycle figured in an accident with a Nissan Terrano driven by Jim Rodriguez, 66, of Brgy. Taculing along the highway of Brgy. Tangub, Bacolod at about 11:45 a.m.*APN

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Bicycle missing

Two men reported to Police Station 4 that their motorcycle and bicycle were missing in Brgy. Villamonte, Bacolod City yesterday.

Arnel Dulg, 23, of Helvetia Height Subdivision, Bacolod, Brgy. Villamonte, Bacolod told the police that he left his blue GT bicycle valued at P8,000 in front of the  MG Internet café at  B.S. Aquino Drive  yesterday.

However, he  discovered it gone  when he returned from the internet café at about 4 a.m.

Meanwhile, Demeterio Cabanag, 32, of Purok Kana-an in Brgy. Mandalagan said that he parked his Honda XRM 125 motorcycle bearing plate number 6821FN at the car park of Lopue’s East Center.

Cabanag said that he was surprised to  find  his motorcycle valued at P53,000 missing when he returned to the car park at about  noon yesterday.

The cases are now being investigated by  policemen of Station 4.*APN

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