Old woman guilty of estafa yieldsA

72-year old businesswoman from Pampanga who has been convicted for estafa surrendered to the National Capital Region Police Office Regional Special Operations Unit on Saturday evening, NCRPO director Major General Guillermo Lorenzo T. Eleazar said yesterday.

Carranza, 22 others rapped

May 19, 2019
THE National Bureau of Investigation has filed appropriate charges against Calabarzon police regional director Brig. Gen. Edward Carranza and 22 other police officers before the Department of Justice (DoJ) in connection with the killing of Richard Santillan, aide of former Biliran representative Glenn Chong, in Cainta, Rizal last December.

Okada to appeal junked motion

May 18, 2019
Casino mogul Kazuo Okada and Tiger Resort Leisure and Entertainment Inc. (TRLEI) chief operating officer Takahiro Usui vowed to exhaust all legal remedies after the Parañaque City Regional Trial Court Branch 257 upheld the issuance of warrants of arrest against them.

Employer’s P505K jewelry stolen by family driver

May 18, 2019
P/Major Ed Pama of the Manila Police District-theft and robbery section said that based on a complaint filed by victim Adelina Enriquez, 67, of Pres. Quirino Avenue, Pandacan, Manila, the suspect was identified based on a footage taken by the closed circuit television (CCTV) of Barangay 851, Zone 93. There, the suspect was reportedly seen entering the complainant’s home at the time when she said she had lost her jewelry.

4 arrested over P20.2M shabu

A BUY-BUST operation in Valenzuela City conducted by agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency on Friday resulted in the arrest of a Chinese national and his three Filipino associates after they conspired to sell some three kilograms of shabu worth P20.2 million to a poseur, PDEA chair, Director General Aaron N. Aquino announced yesterday.

Woman hairdresser shot, critical

May 18, 2019
Sheryl Pineda, 48, of Block 1 Lot 10, Sitio 6, Bgy. Catmon was rushed to Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center where he was placed in critical condition due to a lone bullet wound in the head while the still unidentified assailants, both wearing surgical masks, escaped towards an unknown direction.

Port Area drivers test positive for drugs

PDEA chair Director General Aaron N. Aquino said that overall, 49 truck drivers, nine truck helpers and 11 tricycle drivers were found positive for drugs during the initial screening of their urine specimen. The 49 were among the 5,009 port workers who were tested for drugs during the nationwide implementation of the PDEA’s Oplan: Harabas 2 ‘Drug Test Muna Bago Pasada’.