Photo These police officers who took part in the raid on the ancestral home of former Pulupandan Mayor Magdaleno Peña are among the 36 included in the charges*

Multiple raps filed vs.
36 police officers, prosecutor


Eight persons nabbed in a police raid on the ancestral home of former Pulupandan Mayor Magdaleno Peña have filed multiple charges against 36 persons, including high ranking police officers and a government prosecutor.

The complaints were filed before the Office of the Deputy Ombudsman for the Military and Other Law Enforcement Offices in Quezon City on May 19, copies of which were furnished the media Saturday.

The complainants also asked that the respondents be immediately suspended and placed under preventive custody to prevent them from harassing them and tampering with evidence.moremoremore

Refund consumers P120M


Refund consumers P170,176,789.77 in net over recovery.

The order came from the Energy Regulations Commission to the Negros Occidental Electric Cooperative in a resolution dated February 2, 2015 and posted in its website yesterday.

The resolution signed by Chairperson Zenaida Cruz-Ducut and Commissioners Alfredo Non, Gloria Victoria Yap-Taruc and Josefina Patricia Magpale-Asirit shows that the net over recovery was from February 2004 to December 2011. moremoremore


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vs. Visayan Sea illegal fishers

ILOILO – The Iloilo provincial government is reiterating its call to all chief executives and agencies concerned to be active in clearing the Visayan Sea of illegal fishers.

Provincial Administrator Raul Banias, in a press release, lamented that it seems that only the Iloilo Provincial Bantay Dagat Task Force is sustaining its operation and issued the statement after the 34 positive operations of the task force more than a month after their members were reshuffled April 15.

Of the operations, 21 involved the use of trawl, 10 were cast nests, and three were Danish seine of two super hulbot and one modified. The latest operation was on May 14 when 22 fishermen from Barangay Bacal, Carles, Iloilo, were arrested and charged for using Danish seine, the press release said. moremoremore