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Senior Supt. Edgardo Ordaniel, Chief Supt. Manuel Felix, Mayor Evelio Leonardia and Vice Mayor Jude Thaddeus Sayson (l-r) at a press conference yesterday.*
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Cop linked to heists
denies accusations

A policeman implicated in the P3.6 million heist at the Central Negros Electric Cooperative last year, and in the F & C Pawnshop and Jewelry Store robbery Saturday, denied the accusations hurled against him.

Police Officer 1 Gaudencio Monopollo Jr., 33, who is assigned at the Provincial Public Safety Company based in Brgy. Lampasan in Don Victoriano town, Misamis Occidental, said his name was only implicated by the enemy of his father.

Monopollo, in an interview over Aksyon Radyo Bacolod, said the same person who has strong connections with the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group also implicated him and his two brothers in other crimes, including a kidnapping incident in Pagadian City earlier this year.moremoremore

Help judge get
justice, PNoy asked

Negros Occidental sixth district congressional candidate Philip Arles and his sister, Ma. Estelita “Ria” Arles, wept yesterday as they called for justice for their murdered father, Judge Henry Arles, and bared a plot to try to clear the names of the suspected masterminds in the case.

Philip and Ria Arles said they continue to appeal to President Benigno Aquino, Vice President Jejomar Binay and all those capable of helping them achieve justice for their father.

Philip Arles, at a press conference at the Business Inn in Bacolod City, said he has received information that the camp of Vice Governor Genaro Alvarez Jr. is planning to launch a propaganda campaign to discredit the murder complaint filed against him and his son to try to cleanse their names.moremoremore

Intelligence work stepped up

The City Police Office is intensifying its intelligence network and police visibility in Bacolod City, particularly the downtown area where there are business establishments, to deter the commission of crimes, BCPO director, Senior Supt. Edgardo Ordaniel, said yesterday.

Ordaniel said that, after a meeting yesterday with Chief Supt. Manuel Felix, deputy commander for Administration of the Police Regional Office 6, they saw the need to deploy more policemen especially in the downtown area.

Unidentified robbers attempted to rob Agencia Bacolod at Cuadra-Locsin streets Tuesday, a few days after the F & C Pawnshop was robbed of P1 million worth of jewelry.moremoremore

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