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PANAAD. The “Lechonaad” or Lechon sa Panaad was launched Monday at the 20 th Panaad sa Negros Festival at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Barangay Mansilingan, Bacolod City.*

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Raps recommended
vs. cop chief, others

Administrative charges for serious irregularity in the performance of duty were recommended for filing against a former police chief of Pulupandan, and two others, Senior Supt. Celestino Guara, caretaker of the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office, said yesterday.

The policemen are to be charged for acting as escorts of Mayor Magdaleno Peña, when he challenged the chief of staff of Gov. Alfredo Maranon Jr. to a boxing match at the Provincial Capitol in Bacolod City on March 25.

Guara, however, said the administrative charges against Police Officer 3 Ronaldo Palacios and PO2 Lelanie Lagoting will be one degree lower than that for Senior Inspector Edfel Balibadlan, the relieved police chief of Pulupandan..moremoremore

Cauayan man kills father

Apparently fed up with his abuses, a son allegedly stabbed his own father to death Monday in Brgy. Isio, Cauayan, Negros Occidental, the police said yesterday.

Senior Inspector Lowell Garinganao, Cauayan police chief, said the suspect, identified as Randy Bargamento,23, is now detained at the police lock-up cell, pending the filing of parricide charges against him.

Before the incident, Garinganao said a heated argument had taken place between Bargamento and his father, Esteban,48.moremoremore

Nabbed rebels face
more charges

The police filed Monday additional charges for violation of the Comelec gun ban on two counts each before the Kabankalan Regional Trial Court against arrested rebel leader Reniel Cellon and his wife, Mary Jane Magquilat, Senior Inspector Joshua Villasis said yesterday.

Villasis, who led the team that arrested Cellon, his wife, and four others at a checkpoint Friday last week, in Brgy. Dancalan, Ilog, also said similar charges were also filed against their four companions identified as Jose Sonny Boy Ditomal, 41; Rodrigo Maricasa, 49; Antonio Estaniel, 51; and Edson Gonzales, 20.

Police records show that a .45 caliber pistol, traced by the military to have been owned by the slain PFC John Ilisan and a fragmentation grenade, were recovered from Cellon, while a Walther caliber .22 pistol was seized from Magquilat.moremoremore

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