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RPA-ABB members Jessie Daguia, Eddie Fortunado and Alejandro Capunong ( seated, l-r) being  interviewed by a police investigator at Camp Alfredo Montelibano Sr. in Bacolod City.*
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3 suspects in slay
of Arles surrender


Three suspects in the killing of Kabankalan Regional Trial Court Judge Henry Arles surrendered yesterday to the Philippine National Police, saying they want to prove their innocence in court.

The three, identified as Jessie Daguia, Alejandro Capunong and Eddie Fortunado, all members of the Revolutionary Proletarian Army-Alex Boncayao Brigade, were accompanied by their leaders and a representative of the Negros Alliance of Human Rights Advocate, when they gave themselves up to Senior Supt. Milko Lirazan, provincial police director of Negros Occidental, at Camp Alfredo Montelibano Sr. in Bacolod City.

Daguia, Capunong and Fortunado have pending arrest warrants for murder, issued on June 4 by Acting Kabankalan RTC Judge Fernando Elumba, who denied them bail.moremoremore

Ayala wants to start
lease in September


Negros Occidental Gov. Alfredo Marañon Jr. yesterday said three provincial government-owned buildings at Aguinaldo Street and North Capitol Road in Bacolod City that are on property set to be leased to AyalaLand, will be demolished next month.

AyalaLand wants to take over the 40,481-square meter property of the Capitol that it is leasing, in September, he said.

To be demolished are the condemned and long abandoned building that used to be occupied by the Provincial Agriculturist Office, the just vacated Provincial Environment Management Office at Aguinaldo Street, and the National Telecommunications Commission office at the North Capitol Road.moremoremore

CLO padlocks Unicity

The Bacolod City Legal Office Enforcement Team padlocked a retail store across the Bacolod City Hall yesterday for operating without a business permit since it opened in 2011.

The closure order was served by team leader Cesar Beloria to the management of Unicity General Merchandize for violation of City Tax Ordinance 93-001 Series of 1993.

Beloria said they had issued Unicity a notice of violation and given it time to process its business permit. They were informed by the management that they were processing their requirements and will comply with the required business permit.moremoremore

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