Illegal slaughtering in Brgy 41
BY CHRYSEE SAMILLANO
The confiscation of “hot meat” from illegally slaughtered animals at the BMMC compound in Brgy. 41, Bacolod City, yesterday afternoon confirmed reports that, indeed, illegal slaughtering activities exists in the city.
AVM Bernardo Engineering, which operates the Bacolod City Slaughterhouse in Brgy Handumanan, earlier said there was a decline by about 80 percent in the number of livestock or food animals being slaughtered at the abattoir.
A concerned citizen complained against illegal slaughtering activities in their neighborhood at Luzuriaga-Lopez Jaena streets and of the noise created by the slaughtered animals as well as foul odor coming from the BMMC compound..
Stone-throwers damage three
more vehicles at airport road
BY GILBERT BAYORAN
The stone-throwing incidents at the Bacolod Silay Airport Access Road seem to be unstoppable, and three more vehicles have been added to the list of its victims Sunday.
The windshield of the vehicle of Virgilio Aguilar was hit with a stone while they were passing the junction of BSAAR Concepcion junction road in Talisay City.
Aguilar has joined the mounting calls for the police and local government units of Silay, Talisay, and even Bacolod, to immediately and seriously act on the security problem at the airport access road..
Several young artists are exhibiting their paintings at the Imbiss Restaurant. It was
Bulak Dacles who invited me to see the painting of her granddaughter, Angela Dacles, 15, daughter of Dr. Ted and Jollie Dacles. Angela's schoolmates Jaime Ibarra Sombilla, a Grade 4 pupil, and Kenneth Christian Arcega, a 4 th year high school student of Trinity Christian School, also exhibited their works...
P.8M ‘shabu', grenades seized
from 3 ‘pushers' in buy-busts
BY JUDY F. PARTLOW & JUANCHO GALLARDE
Three suspected big-time drug pushers were arrested and close to P1 million worth of suspected shabu, illegal firearms and explosives, were seized in two anti-illegal drugs police operations in Dumaguete City yesterday.
Police identified the suspects as Ronor Diao Tiampong, 42, of Barangay Suba, Bayawan City, Christian Deyalo Lazaro, 53, of Brgy Camanjac, Dumaguete City, and Marlon Lobo Abinez, 32, of San Antonio, Sibulan town, all in Negros Oriental.