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Body of salesman
found floating: cops

The body of a salesman was found floating off the shorelines of Brgy. 2, Bacolod City at about 9 a.m. Saturday.

The fatality was identified as Allan Porcel, 30, of Zone 6 in Brgy. Handumanan, Bacolod, by Senior Police Officer 1 Mario dela Torre, chief investigator of Police Station 2.

Dela Torre said Porcel’s wife Therecita identified the body at the morgue of the Alisbo Memorial Chapels yesterday, De la Torre said.

Investigation showed that the Porcel, who is sells sculptures of saints was found lifeless by fishermen Vicente Cuyos, 40 Wendel Goria, 26 and Luisito Goria, 30, while they were fishing about 2 nautical miles from the shorelines of Purok Cagaycay.

De la Torre said hematomas were seen on Porcel’s left ear and head when his body was found. He, however, said this does not indicate foul play as Porcel could have acquired these hematomas upon hitting hard objects during the recovery of his body.

Theresita Porcel told the police that she last saw her husband alive on Friday morning when he left their house for a drinking session with his friends in Brgy. 2.

She said she believes her husband may have fallen into a river in Zone 6 on his way home and the current carried his body to the shorelines of Brgy. 2.

Police Station 2 has already requested for an autopsy to ascertain the cause of Porcel’s death.*

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PNPA cadet
admission test set

The Philippine National Police Academy Cadet Admission Test will be administered nationwide Oct. 31 in several testing centers in the country, a press release from Chief Insp. Rico Santotome Jr, vice president of the regional PNPA Alumni Association, Inc. for Negros Occidental, said.

Last year, the PNPA CAT was conducted at the Bacolod City National High School, with former PNPA Commandant and now Regional Training School-6 director Senior Supt. Rolen Balquin of PNPA Class 1987 supervising the annual entrance examination, the press release said.

Negros Occidental, and the PNPA, at Camp Mariano Castaneda in Silang, Cavite has produced topnotch police officers such as current Bacolod City Police Office director, Senior Supt. Ricardo Dela Paz (Class 1984).

Cadets as well as cadettes who qualify and complete the four-year training will earn a Bachelor of Science in Public Safety degree, the press release said.

Cadets/cadettes will undergo training for free as scholars of the Philippine government.

PNPA graduates will be commissioned as Inspectors upon graduation either in the Philippine National Police, Bureau of Fire Protection and Bureau of Jail Management and Penology.

The examination will be given on October 30, in Bacolod City as well as in Iloilo City and the deadline for applications is on Sept. 30.

The forms can be downloaded at www.pnpa.edu.ph, E-mail address-info@pnpa.edu.ph, telefax: (49) 545-4939/09282074255 or interested parties may visit the nearest police station in the area, the press release said.

Candidates must be a natural born Filipino citizen, good moral character, male or female, and with no parental or financial obligation to anybody, 17-21 years old at the time of admission; at least 162.5 cm (5 ft 4 in) for male, 157.5 cm (5 ft 2 in) for female; at least high school graduate, physically and mentally fit for cadetship training, and has no criminal, administrative or civil case and other derogatory records, the press release said.

The examination will cover Communication Skills, Logic and Reasoning Ability, Math and Sciences, General Information and Current Events as well as Values and Aptitude for the Service.

It will be administered by PNPA personnel as well as senior cadets from Negros Occidental and Bacolod City, the press release added.*

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Police apprehend
no. 8 ‘most wanted’

A man tagged as the number 8 most-wanted of Bacolod City by Intelligence Branch of the city police was apprehended by Station 4 policemen at about 9 a.m. Saturday in his residence in Brgy. Villamonte.

Police records yesterday identified the one arrested as Jayson Boriano, 20, of Paglaum Street, Brgy. Villamonte.

Boriano was apprehended by Police Officer 2 Felipe Moncatar on the strength of an arrest issued by Regional Trial Court Branch 45 Judge Eliseo Geolingo for robbery with bail set at P100,000.

Moncatar and Police Officer 2 Norman Doromal also arrested Joemarie Salmingo at his residence in Abada-Escay , Brgy. Vista Alegre, Bacolod at about 9:10 p.m. Saturday for illegal drug charges

Salmingo was apprehended by virtue of an arrest warrant issued by Regional Trial Court Branch 48 Judge Gorgonio Ybanez.

Meanwhile, two inmates of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology in Brgy. Taculing were also served their arrests warrants for robbery.

Station 4 policemen led by Moncatar and Police Officer 2 Michael Ferrer served the arrest warrants issued by Regional trial Court Branch 49 Judge Manuel Cardinal against Jemer Castro of Purok Pag-asa in Brgy. Estefania and Reynadlo Catito of Brgy. Singcang Airport .

Cardinal set the bails of Castro and Catito at P100,000 each.*APN

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