Cops facing raps
were doing jobs
CRUZ SAYS ON PULUPANDAN RAID
BY CARLA GOMEZ
The former regional commander of the Western Visayas Philippine National Police said yesterday that the police were just doing their job when they implemented a search warrant on the ancestral home of former Pulupandan Mayor Magdaleno Peña two years ago.
Eight persons nabbed during the police raid on the Peña ancestral home in Pulupandan, Negros Occidental, in 2013 have filed multiple charges against 36 persons, including Cruz, and other high ranking police officers and a government prosecutor before the Office of the Deputy Ombudsman for the Military and Other Law Enforcement Offices in Quezon City on May 19.
‘Too much coffee
BY CHRYSEE SAMILLANO
Too much coffee is believed to be the cause of death of a 3-year-old baby girl from Phase 6-B, Brgy. Handumanan, Bacolod City, on May 8, her medical records showed.
Records from the Bacolod City Health Office showed that the child died of cardiac arrhythmia secondary to caffeine toxicity.
The child's mother, Jennifer Barredo, said they discovered her dead when they woke up on May 8. They brought her to the Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial Regional Hospital where she was declared dead on arrival, she said.
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33 ex-rebels to get help
BY JUDY F. PARTLOW
Thirty-three former members of the rebel New People's Army will receive financial assistance of P65,000 each today, at a turnover ceremony led by Gov. Roel Degamo, at the Negros Oriental Convention Center in Dumaguete City.
The Comprehensive Local Integration Program Committee for former NPA members, chaired by Degamo, had earlier processed the documents of the 33 former rebels, who are now qualified to receive the “Immediate Assistance and Livelihood Assistance”, of P15,000 and P50,000 each.