LUCENA CITY -- A three-termer municipal mayor of Quezon province and four of his department heads are now in “hot” water after they were slapped with graft and corruption case by the Office of the Ombudsman.
LUCENA City -- After filing a double murder case against three policemen on the death of a Quezon mayor’s son and his companion, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) is now digging deeper to find out the real motive behind the alleged killing.
LUCENA CITY — The National Bureau of Investigation yesterday filed double murder charges before the City Prosecutor’s Office against the relieved police chief of the Tayabas City Police Station and two of his men over the killing of a Quezon mayor’s son and a companion last March 14.
LUCENA CITY -- After four days of being a subject of police manhunt, the former police chief of Tayabas City who has been named as the “brains” in the killing of a Quezon mayor’s son and his companion has finally turned himself up to police operatives yesterday!
POLICE Regional Office 12 director, Chief Superintendent Eliseo T. Rasco yesterday warned his men anew to be wary of the presence of members of syndicates involved in investment scams which have victimized hundreds of uniformed personnel across the country.
LUCENA CITY -- Police Regional Office 4-A director Chief Supt. Edward Carranza vehemenly denied allegations that he is coddling the relieved police chief who had gone missing after he was named by three policemen as the one who ordered the killing of a Quezon mayor’s son and his companion last March 14 in Tayabas City.
This was the assurance given by Police Regional Office 4-A ditector Chief Supt. Edward Carranza to Sariaya Mayor Marcelo Gayeta whose son, Christian and companion Christopher Manalo were killed on March 14 in Tayabas City, Quezon.
LUCENA CITY — Quezon police provincial director Sr. Supt. Osmundo de Guzman yesterday was relieved of his post after the death of a town mayor’s son in alleged shootout with members of the Tayabas City Police Station last Thursday.
LUCENA City -- Quezon police director Senior Supt. Osmundo de Guzman yesterday ordered the relief of a city police chief and three other police officers involved in an alleged shootout that left a Quezon mayor’s son and bodyguard dead.
LUCENA CITY -- To assure the public of fair and impartial investigation on the death of a Quezon mayor’s son and bodyguard, the city police chief and three other policemen involved in the alleged shootout were ordered relieved from their posts.