61 winning Bacolod
brgy heads named
BY CHRYSEE SAMILLANO
Unofficial results last night of the barangay election held yesterday bared the 61 winning candidates of Bacolod City.
The candidates listed as winners as barangay captain were Rosalina Tinosan for Barangay 1, Richard Barber – Brgy. 2, Ronquillo Blanza - Brgy. 3,Freddie Vargas Jr. – Brgy. 4, Raymund Salaveria – Brgy. 5, Remus Dely - Brgy. 6, Bernabe Sibug – Brgy. 7, Mylene Dewara – Brgy. 8, Ronnie Serrano – Brgy. 9;
Dexter Yap – Brgy. 10, Runelo Cervales – Brgy. 11, Harry Demapanag – Brgy. 12, Tanya Familiaran – Brgy. 13, Tito Abonales – Brgy. 14, Rey Altura – Brgy. 15, Nelson Ligaya – Brgy. 16, Graciano Fuentes Jr. – Brgy. 17, Jonathan Diaz – Brgy. 18, Jocelyn Uychiat – Brgy. 19, Carlo Remo Barredo – Brgy. 20;
Bet tagged in
slay of 2 in Toboso
BY CARLA GOMEZ
The barangay elections in Negros Occidental kicked off with the killing of two persons in Purok Kinalumsan, Barangay Poblacion, Toboso town, at about 6:15 a.m. yesterday, allegedly by a candidate for barangay captain and four others who remain at large.
The fatalities were identified as Leone Belleza of Bacolod City and Brian Bacordo of Salvador Benedicto town, by Inspector Danilo Zuniega, Toboso police chief.
An investigation report from Lt. Col. Efren Morados, commanding officer of the Army’s 62nd Infantry Battalion, said Bacordo and Belleza were riding in tandem on a blue Rusi motorcycle, when kagawad Gary Enriquez, candidate for barangay captain of Brgy. Poblacion, who was riding in a car with Regie Palarca, Casimero dela Noche alias Toto Kaskas, alias Toto Viajedor and alias Tata Walter, halted the two and frisked them.
Raps poised versus
BY CHRYSEE SAMILLANO
Bacolod Election Officer Mavil Majarucon-Sia yesterday said she will file cases against two candidates for barangay captain in Barangay Singcang-Airport, Bacolod City for committing an election offense after reviewing the evidences gathered against them.
Incumbent Barangay Captain Rosinie Distrito and his challenger Joselito Baloyo set up temporary tents in front of the polling place in the barangay and Majarucon-Sia said she will evaluate the evidences they have gathered to determine against whom charges should be filed.
“What they did was a direct defiance of a lawful order. I had already sent them an order to remove their tents or temporary structures in front of JR Torres Elementary School Sunday”, Majarucon-Sia said.