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Negros police on alert
following Cotabato blast


All policemen in Negros Occidental and Bacolod City were placed on alert status yesterday, following the car bombing in Cotabato City on Monday that claimed nine lives, and injured about 30 persons.

Senior Supt. Milko Lirazan, provincial police director, said yesterday that in Negros Occidental, the PNP is strengthening its intelligence monitoring to watch the possible penetration of the terrorist and groups that would endanger people. He added that terrorists usually use improvised explosive devices.

In Bacolod City, Senior Supt. Edgardo Ordaniel, acting officer-in-charge of the City Police Office, said yesterday that the intelligence branches of all the 10 police stations will be monitoring personalities, especially foreigners who speaks different languages and will also be watching over the places most people usually stay.moremoremore

Comelec ERBs set
summary hearings


The Election Registration Boards will hold summary hearings for the approval/disapproval of applications for registration or transfer of registration records on Monday in preparation for the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections on October 28.

Negros Occidental Provincial Elections Supervisor Jessie Suarez also said yesterday that the Commission on Elections’ automated fingerprint system in Manila will detect if a voter has multiple registrations, and the latest registration will prevail.

The last day to file petitions for inclusion with the proper municipal/metropolitan trial court will be on August 27.

US probes
American gang suspect

The assistant legal attaché of the United States Embassy is expected to arrive in Bacolod City today to look into the cases of an American national, believed to be linked to the Ozamiz robbery group.

Senior Supt. Edgardo Ordaniel said yesterday that James Windsor, the deputy attaché of the US Embassy, is asking for the fake US Federal Bureau of Investigation and other identification cards seized from the apartment of Daniel Cruz Xavier on March 27, this year.

Ordaniel said they had informed Windsor that the items recovered were included in the evidences filed in court. But he said they will request the court to release the documents so that they can give them to the US Embassy for further validation.moremoremore

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