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Two wanted men arrested

Two men wanted for attempted murder were apprehended by Station 4 policemen at about 7:30 a.m. Friday in Brgy. Estefania, Bacolod City.

Station 4 commander, Chief Insp. Adonis Rosales, identified the suspects as Joel Cuaycong, 28, Purok Bagong Silang, and Jose Marie Genite, 26, of Greensville Subdivision, Brgy. Estefania.

Cuaycong and Genite were apprehended on the strength of an arrest warrant issued by Regional Trial Court Judge Fernando Elumba, who set their bails at P120,000, each.

Police Officer 2 Felipe Moncatar, one of the apprehending officers, said they arrested the two while they were on a motorcycle at C.L. Montelibano Drive.

Moncatar said Cuaycong, Genite and their two other companions were charged for mauling a man several months ago in Brgy. Estefania.

Meanwhile, Station 6 policemen served the arrest warrant for carnapping of an inmate at the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology in Brgy. Taculing in Bacolod City at about 3:48 p.m. Saturday.

Station 6 commander, Chief Insp. Noel Polines, said the arrest warrant of Ramon Mac Banisa of Purok Pilipinhon in Brgy. 30, Bacolod was issued by Regional Trial Court Judge Manuel Cardinal, who set his bail at P300,000.*APN

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Panaad sa Negros
peaceful – police

The week-long Panaad sa Negros Festival 2013 ended Saturday with no casualties recorded, Supt. Santiago Rapiz, who was in-charge of security at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Brgy. Mansilingan where the festival was held, said yesterday.

Except for an incident on Friday, where a teenager was stabbed by an unidentified reveler at the Park, and a pin gun  recovered from one of the revelers, no other untoward incidents were recorded, Rapiz said.

Rapiz attributed the peaceful celebration of this year’s festival to the 250 policemen from the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office and 50 from the Bacolod City Police.

He said traffic flowed smoothly at the festival site because of the one-way scheme they implemented at the Stadium. The gate near the Regent Pearl Homes Subdivision was designated as the entrance, and the one in front of the Grandville subdivision in Brgy. Mansilingan as the exit, he said.*APN

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