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SHOOTING
Police to lodge raps
today vs. bodyguard

The Bacolod City Police Office Station 3 is set to file illegal gun charges against the body guard of a businessman and a contractor who figured in a brawl in front of a bar at Lacson Street Sunday, before the city prosecutor’s office, case investigator Police Officer 2 Donnie Garcia said yesterday.

Ferdinand Langrio, 45, of Filipina Baybay in Brgy. Zone 7 in Talisay City, Negros Occidental, surrendered immediately to the police after the incident, Station 3 chief, Insp. Jose Mulleta said.

Garcia said Langrio surrendered his .45 caliber pistol after his arrest and presented his expired permit to carry.

Langrio allegedly shot Raul Panolino, 35, of Purok Magbinuligay in Brgy. Bata, Bacolod, who said he was on board his tricycle at about 2 a.m. when he saw Langrio firing his gun when he passed the area in front of 722 Metropolis Tours at Lacson Street, hitting his left shoulder.

Aside from Panolino, Steve Christian Pacheco, 20 and Hanson Pacheco, 28 and residents of Homesite Subdivision also claimed that Langrio mauled them.

Steve Christian Pacheco said Langrio and businessman Jerry Sy allegedly mauled him and his elder brother. He added that Langrio aimed his firearm at them inside the Flow Super Club at about 2 a.m.

Witness Salex Yap, 20 of Brgy. Villamonte, Bacolod said he was drinking with his friends inside his car parked near the 722 Metropolis Tower when they heard a gunfire in front of the Flow Super Club, and they saw one of the complainant running while being chased by Langrio.

A relative of the Pachecos also denied the claims of Sy’s son that they mauled him and Langrio causing injuries on his left eye

Langrio, who is now detained at Police Station 3, admitted that he is responsible for the incident, Garcia said.*APN

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Station 1 leads
quarter rating

Police Station 1 maintained its status as number 1 in the Bacolod City Police Office over-all performance evaluation rating for the last quarter of  2010, records from the City Police Office showed yesterday.

With a score of 810, with 1,000 as perfect score, Police Station 1 maintained its lead from the first to the second quarter evaluation ratings.

Station 5 remained in second place with 809.5 points, while Station 3 climbed to third from the fourth place in the third quarter evaluation in 2010, with 801 points.

The police stations were evaluated on Police Community Relations activities, Operations, Investigation and Intelligence, Human Resource Doctrine and Development, Logistics, Personnel, Resource Development, Plans, Records and Perception Survey.

Police Station 2, which was previously in seventh place, is now tied at fourth with Police Station 4, formerly in third place, with scores of 793.5 points each.

Police Station 7 dropped to sixth rank from number 5, Police Station 6 climbed to seventh place from ninth place in the third quarter of 2010, Police Station 9 remained in rank 8, Police Station 8 dropped to rank 9 from sixth place. Police Station 10 remained as the tail-ender.

Station 1 topped in the areas of operations and logistics, while Station 5 topped in investigation and intelligence and human resource doctrine and development.

Station 3 topped in police community relations and human resource doctrine and development.

Station 1 commander Chief Insp. Luisito Acebuche said they need to improve their facilities and communication devices so they could perform well *APN

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IN TALISAY
Homicide suspects
apprehended

Two residents of Talisay City, Negros Occidental, were apprehended by policemen for the crime of frustrated homicide at about 3 p.m. Friday, a Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office press release said.

Supt. Thomas Joseph Martir, police chief, identified the suspects as Rommel Rojo, 29, and Leopoldo Buyco, 58, both of Barangay Matab-ang in Talisay.

The two were arrested by virtue of an order of arrest issued by Judge Demosthenes Magallanes of Regional Trial Court Branch 54 in Bacolod City, the press release said.

They are now detained at the lock-up cell of the Talisay City Bureau of Jail Management and Penology for failure to post bail of P24,000 each, the press release added.*

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