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Aquino vows continuing support to police, military Aquino declares August 16 as special nonworking day in Tuguegarao City Aquino thanks Dragon Warriors for bringing honor to the country Aquino shares MILF views says peace negotiators must be problem solvers DAR-Agusan del Norte distributes 628 hectares of land titles Cebuano News: Mga kalampusan sa ELAExecutive Legislative Agenda ni Mayor Amante, gipatuman Cebuano News: Meat Processing Livelihood Program suportado ni Mayor Jun Amante Cebuano News: 2% nalang gikan sa IRA ang kontribusyon sa barangay alang sa bookkeeping maintenance Cebuano News: Malampusong gipahigayon ang oryentasyon alang sa epektibong pagdumala sa serbisyo-publiko Cebuano News: Malampusong nagkatigum ang mga miyembro sa Senior Citizens Federation POLICE REPORTS Across the Region PHOTO FOCUS
PAGASA 24-HOUR PUBLIC WEATHER FORECAST Issued at 5:00 a.m., August 12, 2011 Inter-tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) affecting Southern Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Forecast: Southern Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao will experience mostly cloudy skies with scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms.
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Aquino vows continuing support to police, military resident Benigno S. Aquino III assured the members of the police and the military for continuing support of the government for their needs, particularly modern equipment and arms to do their jobs more effectively. In a speech during the 48th foundation anniversary and alumni homecoming of the National Defense College of the Philippines (NDCP) in Makati City Friday night, he made a commitment to give law enforcers and security personnel the equipment they need from battle ship to helicopters as well as sophisticated firearms. For instance, the President mentioned the Hamilton Class Cutter from the US which is set to arrive in the country within a week. With the arrival of the new ship, the government expects to boost its maritime patrol capability. There will also be capability upgrades and modernization of the equipment of the Philippine National Police (PNP) and Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) like the delivery of brand new choppers, patrol craft, and arms that the President said symbolizes the government’s recognition of the police and the military’s dedication to service. “Wala ring kuwenta ang mga teorya at estratehiyang itinuturo ng NDCP kung pumupugak naman ang mga armas, sasakyan, at ibang gamit ng ating
mga pulis—para bang nagmistulang kawawang cowboy na butas ang bota ng mga sundalo, at walang gana ang ating mga kawal. Kaya naman habang itinataguyod nila ang seguridad at buong tapang na nilalabanan ang karahasan at kriminalidad, tinatapatan natin ito ng pagtutok sa kanilang mga pangangailangan,” the President said. Aside from giving the police and military equipment, the President said his administration also released 4,000 certificate of entitlement to lot allocation to the members of the police and military last month. The government will expand the coverage of the housing program to Visayas and Mindanao, he said. The program will also include members of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology and Bureau of Fire Protection, the chief executive said. At the same time, the President expressed optimism about the country’s condition saying there’s a better future that lies ahead for Filipinos with the reforms that his administration has initiated.
“Sa tulong ng NDCP, walang duda na magagawa natin ito. Harinawa’y sa sama-sama ninyong pagbabalik-tanaw ngayong gabi, higit pang tumibay ang inyong pagkakaisa at tiwala sa isa’t isa upang sa lalong madaling panahon, tuluyan na nating salubungin ang bukang-liwayway kung saan mas maaliwalas ang pamumuhay ng lahat ng Pilipino,” he said. The National Defense College of the Philippines, the country’s leading institution on defense and security education, training and research, celebrated its 48th foundation anniversary on August 12, 2011 with the theme “Security Leaders at the Forefront of National Convergence and Development.” The defense institution was established by virtue of Executive Order No. 44 signed by President Diosdado Macapagal on August 12, 1963 aimed at enhancing the competence of military and civilian leaders in the field of national security administration.
A wholeday education caravan was held yesterday, Aug. 12 at the municipality of Sta. Monica, Surigao Norte. The team, w/c was spearheaded by Gov. Sol Matugas, Cong. Francisco Matugas, Vice Gov. Arturo Carlos Egay, Jr., BM Cesar Bagundol, BM Margarito Longos, Sta. Monica Mayor Rosalinda Penera & DepED family, visited the elementary schools of Abad Santos, Magsaysay, Sapao Central, Libertad, Bailan & Mabini.
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Aquino declares August 16 as special non-working day in Tuguegarao City resident Benigno S. Aquino III has declared August 16, 2011 as a special non-working day in the city of Tuguegarao in celebration of the fiesta dubbed as “Pav-vurulun Festival 2011.″ By virtue of Proclamation No. 214 signed by Executive Secretary Paquito N. Ochoa Jr. on August 4, this year, the President declared Aug. 16 which falls on Tuesday as a special non-working day in the city. “It is but fitting and proper that the people of the City of Tuguegarao be given full opportunity to celebrate and
participate in the occasion with appropriate ceremonies,” the proclamation said. The Ybanag term pavvurulun which means coming together allows all members of the community to join activities like street-dancing, drum, lyre and bugle competition, beauty pageant, agri-trade and jobs fair.
Another highlight of the event is the outdoor cooking and eating contest of Pancit Batil Patung, a local noodle delicacy the city is famous for. Tuguegaraoeños will hold a weeklong festivity culminating with a mass and procession in honor of the city's patron saint, St. Hyacinth.
Aquino thanks Dragon Warriors for bringing honor to the country resident Benigno S. Aquino III thanked the members of the Philippine Dragon Boat team for the honor they brought to the country following their highlysuccessful victory in the 10th International Dragon Boat Federation World Championship in Tampa, Florida last week. President Benigno S. Aquino III presents the Presidential Citation to the 26members of the Cobra Philippine Dragon Boat Federation, represented by Philippine Dragon Boat Federation president Marcia Cristobal, in recognition for their triumphant participation in the 10th International Dragon Boat Federation World Championships in Tampa Bay, Florida during their courtesy call at Malacanang’s Heroes Hall on Friday (August 12). The Dragon Boat paddlers won 5 golds and 2 silvers in the world championships participated by 17 countries around the globe. (Photo by Marcelino Pascua / Malacañang Photo Bureau / PCOO).
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from page 3… “Thank you for bringing honor to the country. Thank you for being an inspiration. Thank you for being role models. Thank you for proving that if you work at it you will really succeed,” the President said in a brief message during the team’s courtesy call in Malacanang on Friday afternoon. According to the President, the Palace is studying recommendations for a possible reward for the team, as some lawmakers pledged giving the members some incentives, adding that he has to talk to the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC). The Philippine Dragon Boat Team is composed of men from the Philippine Army (PA),
Philippine Navy (PN), Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and the Philippine Air Force (PAF). The team won five gold and two silver medals dominating five rowing events and setting two new world records and bested countries such as Australia, Hungary, Italy, and Trinidad and Tobago. Team members include Junrey Dayumat (PCG), Raymond Morales (PCG), Salvador Sumagaysay (PA), Rico Pradilla (PN), Romy John Dionio (PA), Ruperto Sbijon (PN), Ramie Leano (PA), Joemar Ocquiana (PA), Crisanto Pabulayan (PAF), Usman Anterola (PA), Ronald Tan (PA), Jose Ijalo (PA), Annabelle Tario,
(coach and drummer), Thea Bartolome (paddler), Ma. Theresa Realizan (paddler), Ma. Ailene Padrones (PAF), Amina Anuddin (paddler), Michelle Ebio (paddler), Liza Margret (paddler), Rowena Enriquez (paddler), Maj. Hanold Cabunoc (deputy spokesman PA, team manager), Marcia Cristobal (Philippine Dragon Boat Federation president, team manager), and Priscilla Pinky Castillo (PDBF secretary). The Philippine Dragon Boat team received a citation from the President and in turn team manager Marcia Cristobal gave the President a paddle for a present.
Aquino shares MILF views says peace negotiators must be problem solvers Negotiators of both the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) must be problem solvers rather than trouble makers, President Benigno Aquino said echoing the statements made by MILF Chair Al Haj Murad Ebrahim. “Hopefully, if I can get everybody’s attention to the statement that chairman Murad said himself, iyong negotiating panel have to be focused, that they are problem solvers rather than antagonists. And I am very hopeful that, that is indicative that there is an intense desire to achieve a just and comprehensive peace agreement,” the President said referring to Murad’s statements
during an ambush interview following the courtesy call of the Philippine Dragon Boat team on Friday in Malacanang. The President's meeting with the MILF leader as well as other high ranking officials of the rebel group last week in Japan was aimed at showing the government’s sincerity in pursuing the ongoing peace talks and at the same time fast track the negotiations. Malacanang assured this week that it would consider the views of all stakeholders in the peace talks with the MILF before both panels meet on August 22 to 24. According to Secretary Teresita Deles of the Office of the
Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPPAP), the government panel will continue to work with different constituencies in preparation for the said meeting. In a media briefing last week, government chief negotiator Marvic Leonen said both sides were expected to discuss the significant agenda in the upcoming formal talks this month. At the same time, Leonen said there was no “secret deal” forged between the government and the MILF during the Japan meeting adding that the Aquino government will not commit the same mistakes made by the past administration.
Malacañang assured this week that it would consider the views of all stakeholders in the peace talks with the MILF before both panels meet on August 22 to 24. According to OPAPP Sec. Teresita Deles, the government panel will continue to work with different constituencies in preparation for the said meeting.
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DAR-Agusan del Norte distributes 628 hectares of land titles by Gil E. Miranda BUTUAN CITY, Aug. 13 (PIA) - In an effort to complete land distribution by 2014 based on its phasing schedule provided in CARPER Law, the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) of Agusan del Norte once again transformed 329 from mere farm-workers into landowners. Certificate of Land Ownership Awards (CLOAs) covering of 628 hectares of agricultural land were awarded during the CLOA distribution at Barangay Bugsukan, Butuan City on August 4, 2011. 1st district Agusan del Norte Representative Hon. Jose “Joboy” Aquino III and Butuan City Mayor Hon. Ferdinand M. Amante with the assistance of DAR-Caraga Regional Director Faisar A. Mambuay and Provincial Director Andre B. Atega of DARAgusan del Norte personally handed-over the certificate of land ownership awards to the beneficiaries. Sharing the limelight are Mauriel T. Fesalboni, City Agrarian Reform Office Head and Chona Maceda, Development Facilitator in Brgy. Bugsukan. Regional Director Faisar A. Mambuay in a statement that “the department mandated to implement land reforms, indeed, we assure you to give appropriate legal assistance to let
you know your rights if any land dispute will occur, and we continously push support services that bring out the best of the agrarian beneficiaries.” In a simple ceremony, Hon. Jose “Joboy” Aquino lauded the efforts of DAR for their valuable contributions in advancing the cause of agrarian reform specifically on his district and in the province as well. Meanwhile, City Mayor Ferdinand M. Amante encouraged agrarian beneficiaries to develop the land given by DAR and be united in helping the city government’s effort in realizing its dream in becoming Butuan City as the organic center in Mindanao soon. The Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) of Agusan
del Norte is committed to help improve the lives and enhance the welfare of farm workers in the province through the implementation of its land distribution component of Republic Act 9700, the CARPER Law. Since CARP was launched in 1988, about 28,280 hectares of agricultural lands or 78% of 36,094 of its total working scope are already ditributed to about 15,652 farmer-beneficiaries across the province. Farmers of Barangay Bugsukan are thankful to DAR and promised to share thier roles in pursuing CARP vigoriusly in order to attain economic produc-tivity. (DAR-Agusan del Norte/PIACaraga)
Cebuano News: Mga kalampusan sa ELA-Executive Legislative Agenda ni Mayor Amante, gipatuman BUTUAN CITY, Aug. 13 (PIA) - Hugtanon nga gipatuman ni Mayor Ferdinand M. Amante Jr. ang mga panglantaw sa 6 Saturday, 08-13-2011
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katumanan nga nakalatid sa ELA –Executive Legislative Agenda. Tumong sa nahiusang agenda ang pagpakunhod sa kakabos kon Poverty Alleviation. Pinaagi sa pagtinabangay sa pribadong sector, people’s organization, mga NGOs, academe ug lokal nga panggamhanan sa Butuan. Sa gipagawas ni Mayor Amante nga direktiba ngadto sa economic sector nga doblehon ang pagpaningkamot, ang mga indicators o ilhanan nagpakita nga adunay pagtaas ug pag-uswag sa mga naabot nga kalamposan. Ang atong syudad mao na karun ang destinasyon sa MICE-
meetings, incentives, conference and exhibit sa tibook Caraga. Ang pagtaas ngadto sa 11% ang kadaghanon sa turista. Mikabat na kini ug 208, 5620 ka mga turista ang mibisita sa dakbayan. Pinaagi sa programa sa City Agriculturist nga organic farming ug subsidy sa hybrid rice misaka sa 15% ang abot sa atong mga mag-uuma. Sa unang higayon ang Langihan public Market ug Terminal, Pinaage sa pagdumala sa City Economic Enterprise nakabaton ug kita nga Php 17.77 milyones.
Pinaagi sa Grow a Million Tree project nakapananum na ang dakbayan ug 125, 625 ka mga kahoy. Solid Waste Management - mao kini ang tumong sa adbokasiya ni Mayor Amante ang pagpakaylap ngadto sa 86 ka mga barangay nga moalayun sa programa sa solid waste management subay sa stratehiya nga Waste Segregation ug Waste Conversion “Ang paghimo ug kwarta gikan sa Basura”. (Mayor Patroller (MQRP), PIO-Butuan City/PIA-Caraga)
Cebuano News: Meat Processing Livelihood Program suportado ni Mayor Jun Amante BUTUAN CITY, Aug. 13 (PIA) - Gipalapdan sa pagkakaron ang livelihood activities ni halandong Mayor Ferdinand M. Amante, Jr. pinaagi sa City Cooperative and Enterprise Development Office (CCEDO) sa paglunsad ug programang Meat Processing sa Purok 9-Sunrise, Ampayon, niining dakbayan. Tumong niini nga kahatagan ug panginabuhian ang mga lumolopyong katawhan sa nasangpit nga barangay ug matabangan sila sa lain pang klase’ng trabaho arun madugangan ug molambo ang ekonomikanhong bahin sa ilang pagkinabuhi ug dugang employement service usab diha sa nasangpit nga barangay.
Kahinumduman nga niadtong adlaw’ng Martes, Agosto 9, 2011 ubay-ubay nga mga residente ang mitambong niini ug nagpaabot sa mga pagpasalamat sa lokal nga panggamhanan niining syudad sa Butuan sa suporta nga gipaabot ngadto kanila. Sanglit nanawagan karun si Mr. Reynaldo Piencenaves, hepe sa nasangpit nga buhatan nga
kadtong mga kabarangayan nga gusto ug sama niini nga programa makig-alayon lang sa CCEDO ug mangayo sa dugang impormasyon mahitungod niini alang sa kalamboan sa panginabuhian sa mga katawhan diha sa kabarangayan. (Gerry Galgao Gabiana, PIOButuan City/PIA-Caraga)
Negotiators of both the govt & the MILF must be problem solvers rather than trouble makers, President Aquino said echoing the statements made by MILF Chair Al Haj Murad Ebrahim. The President's meeting with the MILF leader as well as other high ranking officials of the rebel group last week in Japan was aimed at showing the government's sincerity in pursuing the ongoing peace talks & at the same time fast track the negotiations.
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Cebuano News: 2% nalang gikan sa IRA ang kontribusyon sa barangay alang sa bookkeeping maintenance BUTUAN CITY, Aug. 13 (PIA) - Nikunhod ngadto sa 2% ang gikaltas sa Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) sa matag barangay nga maoy gigahin alang sa bookkeeping maintenance, sumala pa ni Hon. Nestor Amora, Presidente sa Liga ng mga Barangay. Gisaysay ni Hon. Amora, sa nahiunang resolution nga gipetsahan ug September 6, 1995, ang matag barangay gikuhaan ug 2.5% gikan sa ilang IRA alang sa salaries and wages sa nuweve (9) ka personahe nga gitahasan sa barangay bookkeeping maintenance nga pinirmahan usab sa kanhi presidente sa liga nga si Ho. Artemio Radaza. Sa pagsulod sa administration ni Mayor Ferdinand M. Amante Jr. uban sa pagduki-duki ug pagtoon ni Hon. Amora, pinaagi
sa pagkunsulta sa 86 ka mga Barangay Kapitan sa dakbayan sa Butuan. Sila nagkauyon, subay sa gihimo nga Resolution No. 8, Series of 2011 - “A Resolution setting the bookkeeping maintenance budgetary allocation at 2.0% of the barangay IRA effective this calendar year 2011, and requiring the City Accounting to disburse the aforementioned fund subject to final approval of the LIGA Board and to remit any and all unspent amount immediately after the year closure of the books
to the LIGA ng mga barangay of the city of butuan.” Tungod niini nga inisyatiba sa LIGA, malipayon ug mapasalamaton ang mga kapitanes sa matag barangay sanglit ang nabalik nga porsyento sa ilang IRA makatabang man sa pagpalambo sa ilang proyekto ug pagpalapad sa serbisyo ngadto sa katawhan. (Mayor Patroller (MQRP), PIO-Butuan City/PIACaraga)
Cebuano News: Malampusong gipahigayon ang oryentasyon alang sa epektibong pagdumala sa serbisyo-publiko BUTUAN CITY, Aug. 13 (PIA) – Nagmalampuson ang bag-ohay pa lamang gipahigayong Orientation on Effective Stewardship in Public Service, alang sa mga personahe sa Butuan Medical Center sa pagpanguna nila Ms. Luz Dumanon, hepe sa buhatan sa Human Resource Management (HRMO), ug Pastor Charlie Prior - Moral Recovery Program Director (MRP). Ang maong pagbansay gibahin ngadto sa musunod: Norms of Conduct, Quality Care in Nursing Services, Efficient Customer Handling, ug Moral Recovery Program, tumong ug tinguha niini nga mas mo-angat pa ang matang sa paghatag ug
maayong serbisyo ngadto sa katawhan ug matagaan o mapalapdan ang ilang tagsa-tagsa ka espiritohanong pagkinabuhi diha sa pag-ambit sa mga maayong pulong. Kini nga programa hugtanong nga gisuportahan sa
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atong Lokal nga Panggamhanan arun mas mapalapad ang serbisyo ngadto sa katawhan ug makab-ot ang tinguha nga kalamboan sa atong Dakbayan. (Ritchelle Encabo, PIO-Butuan City/PIACaraga)
Cebuano News: Malampusong nagkatigum ang mga miyembro sa Senior Citizens Federation BUTUAN CITY, Aug. 13 (PIA) â€“ Malampusong nagkatigum ang mga pangulo sa nagkadaiyang grupo sa Senior Citizens Chapter sa mga nagkadaiyang kabarangayan sa may OSCA Office dili palang dugay, diin gitambungan usab kini sa mga personahe gikan sa City Social Welfare & Development (CSWD). Tumong niini nga makanunayong mamonitor ang kasamtangang panglawas sa mga katigulangan sa ingun niana malikayan ang mga kadaot ngadto kanila ug magpabiling himsog
taliwala sa ilang hataas nga pangidaron. Gipasalamatan usab ni Mayor Ferdinand M. Amante Jr. sa Federation of Senior Citizens Association of the Philippine (FSCAP) pinaagi sa ilang
Presidente nga si Mr. Asisclo Munda sa dakung suporta sa panggamhanang lokal sa mga aktibidadis sa Senior Citizen Affairs. (Amandalyn R. Gutierrez, PIO-Butuan City/PIA-Caraga)
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By PO3 Arturo S Campania PNP-PRO 13 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT ON RA 9208 (ANTI-TRAFFICKING OF PERSON) Personnel of Regional Special Operation Task Group (RSOTG) 13 led by PINSP EUNICE G GONZAGA in coordination with Butuan City Police Station 3 conducted search and seizure at block 6, Lot 10, Happy Homes Subdivision, Ambago, Butuan City on August 11, 2011 at 10:30 pm by virtue of Search Warrant Number 1156-2011 issued by Hon Judge Edgar G Manilag of RTC Branch 33, Libertad, Butuan City against
Keren C Caballero, 25 yrs old, single and resident of said place. The search was witnessed by Mr Gilberto A Enriques and Mrs Tita M Ebcas of Butuan City Social Welfare Development and Hon Monico C Bustillo, Brgy Captain, Ambago, Butuan City. Confiscated during the search were one (1) unit personal computer, computer accessories and paraphernalia. Rescued during the search were six (6) females (named withheld) mostly residents of Brgy Tabon-tabon, Butuan City and two
males identified as one Jason B Loquite, 17 yrs old, resident of Purok 5, Brgy Ambago, Butuan City and Guilbert C Perez, 20 yrs old, single and resident of Purok 6, Tabon-tabon, Sibagat, Agusan del Sur believed to be performers. Arrested suspect together with the rescued minors were brought to RSOTG 13 Office for proper disposition. Case for violation of RA 9208 against the suspect is now prepared for filing in court.
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ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT ON ILLEGAL DRUGS Elements of Surigao del Sur PPO and Philippine Drugs Enforcement Agency (PDEA) 13 conducted joint search operation at the residence of Zenon B Plaza at Purok 5, Brgy Linibunan, Madrid, Surigao del Sur on August 11, 2011 at 5:00 pm, by virtue of Search Warrant issued by Hon Judge Ambrosio N Moleta of 4th MCTC Cagwait-Bayabas, Surigao del Sur for violation of RA 9165.
The implementation of said search warrant resulted in the apprehension of Marites Plaza y Sambalod, 41 yrs old and resident of said place and confiscated the following: 20 plastic heat sealed sachets of white crystalline substance (suspected shabu) labelled with JAM 1-20; one cal .357 revolver; 5 ammunitions for magnum .357 revolver; Php 7,340.00 cash money and other
drugs paraphernalia. The search was served in the presence of Brgy Captain Alberto M Urquia, Brgy Councilor Domingo Erle, DOJ representative Crisanto Arligue and Jaymar R Orquia from the media. Suspect was temporarily detained at Tandag City Police Station while confiscated items were deposited at Surigao del Sur PPO for proper disposition.
APPREHENSION FOR SUSPECT OF ROBBERY INCIDENT One Josephine Navarro y Castro, 45 yrs old, businesswoman and resident of Brgy 5, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur was robbed by one Roberto Villanueva y Bengan, 29 yrs old, married, jobless and resident of Purok 6, Tagbina, Surigao del Sur on August 12, 2011 at 9:00 am at Shopping Mall, Brgy 2, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur. Investigation disclosed that the victim was the owner of KJN Store located at Shopping Mall, Brgy 2, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur and while her sling
bag was placed on the table inside her stall, suspect forcibly took and divested the said bag which contains blank checks, assorted IDs, Credit Cards and cash money amounting to Php 21,000.00. Elements of San Francisco Police Station while conducting visibility patrol immediately responded and chased the suspect which resulted to his arrest. Case for robbery with violence and intimidation of person was referred to Provincial Prosecutors Office docketed under I.S. number 13-03-INQ-11H-069
dated August 12, 2011 issued and signed by Hon Felix F Mesa and the case was filed at Regional Trial Court Branch 6, Patin-ay, Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur docketed under CC nr 7541 for the crime of robbery with violence and intimidation of person with recommended bailbond amounting to Php 200,000.00. Suspect was remanded to Provincial Custodial Services Office, Patin-ay, Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur.
Meanwhile, one Jovane Cabalhin y Cabutin, 20 yrs old and resident of P-2, Brgy Mabuhay, Bayugan City was apprehended by elements of Bayugan City Police Station by virtue of Warrant of Arrest issued by Hon Judge Lou A Nueva of 5th MCTC (BayuganSibagat), Agusan del Sur, docketed under CC nr 9050-11-H-57 for the crime of indirect assault with recommend bail bond amounting to Php 10,000.00. Apprehension took place at P-2, Brgy Mabuhay, Bayugan City on August 12, 2011 at 8:30 am. Subject person was brought to Bayugan City Police Station for proper disposition.
On August 11, 2011 at 3:00 pm at Purok 1, Brgy San Pedro, Sison, Surigao del Norte, one Jay Matiga Gayoso, 38 yrs old, single and resident of said place was apprehended by elements of Sison Police Station by virtue of Warrant Of Arrest issued by Hon Judge Evangeline S Yuipco Bayana of RTC Branch 32, Surigao City docketed under CC nr 7417 for the crime of homicide with recommended bailbond amounting to Php 40,000.00. Subject person was brought to Sison Police Station for documentation and proper disposition.
WANTED PERSON One Saudi Tejero y Medrano, 27 yrs old, single and resident of Huwangan, Saint Christine, Lianga, Surigao del Sur was apprehended by elements of Cantilan Police Station by virtue of Warrant of Arrest issued by Hon Judge Alfredo P Jalad of RTC Branch 28, Lianga, Surigao del Sur docketed under CC nr 1-2170 for the crime of murder with no recommended bailbond. Apprehension took place at Ortega St, Brgy Mangosilom, Cantilan, Surigao del Sur on August 11, 2011 at 11:45 am. Subject person was brought to Cantilan Police Station for proper disposition.
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REPORT ON FOUND DEAD BODY One Arturo Acierto, 63 yrs old and resident of Tagbilaran City was found dead inside M/V Princess of the Earth Ship, Gothong Lines Shipping Co while at Nasipit Port, Nasipit, Agusan del Norte on August 12, 2011 at 8:00 am by the crew ship.
The management of the Ship called the attention of Nasipit Police Station for investigation and assistance. Upon receipt of the report, elements of Nasipit Police Station together with personnel of SOCO
13 conducted crime scene investigation. Remains of the victim now temporarily lies at Gomez Funeral Homes, Nasipit, Agusan del Norte.
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President Benigno S. Aquino III congratulates the 26-members of the Cobra Philippine Dragon Boat Federation for their triumphant participation in the 10th International Dragon Boat Federation World Championships in Tampa Bay, Florida during their courtesy call at Malacanang’s Heroes Hall on Friday (August 12). The Dragon Boat paddlers won 5 golds and 2 silvers in the world championships participated by 17 countries around the globe. (Photo by Marcelino Pascua / Malacañang Photo Bureau / PCOO)
President Benigno S. Aquino III receives from Philippine Dragon Boat Federation President Marcia Cristobal a paddle signed by the 26members of the Cobra Philippine Dragon Boat Federation as a token for their triumphant participation in the 10th International Dragon Boat Federation World Championships in Tampa Bay, Florida during a courtesy call at Malacanang’s Heroes Hall on Friday (August 12). The Dragon Boat paddlers won 5 golds and 2 silvers in the world championships participated by 17 countries around the globe. In -photo are Philippine Airlines Commercial Group EVP Vivienne Tan and Asia Brewery COO Michael Tan. (Photo by Marcelino Pascua / Malacañang Photo Bureau / PCOO)
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