Saturday, July 11, 2015

EBIDENSYA. An mga motorsiklong ini na nakatambak sa oficina kan PNP Nabua nakumpiskar hale sa mga parabariwas nin shabu asin iba pang imbwelto sa krimen.

EBIDENSYA. An mga motorsiklong ini na nakatambak sa oficina kan PNP Nabua nakumpiskar hale sa mga parabariwas nin shabu asin iba pang imbwelto sa krimen. (Kua ni Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM)

EBIDENSYA. An mga motorsiklong ini na nakatambak sa oficina kan PNP Nabua nakumpiskar hale sa mga parabariwas nin shabu asin iba pang imbwelto sa krimen. (Kua ni Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM)

EBIDENSYA. An mga motorsiklong ini na nakatambak sa oficina kan PNP Nabua nakumpiskar hale sa mga parabariwas nin shabu asin iba pang imbwelto sa krimen. (Kua ni Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM)

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Thursday, July 9, 2015

2 Bicolano lawyers at The Hague

Two young Bicolano lawyers are among the top legal minds at The Hague in the Netherlands at the arbitration hearing for the Philippine claim over parts of the West Philippine Sea: Atty. Graciela Base (left) from Cabusao, Camarines Sur, notched the fifth place in the 2012 Bar Examinations, and is Associate Solicitor III at the Office of the Solicitor General, and Atty. Melbourne Pana (right), of Pili, Camarines Sur, Associate Solicitor II and Chief of Staff of Solicitor-General Florin Hilbay.

Right: Atty. Graciela Base, Left: Atty. Melbourne Pana at the Peace Palace, The Hague
Also part of the powerhouse Philippine delegation from the executive, legislative, and judicial branches are Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa, Senate President Frank Drilon, House Speaker Sonny Belmonte, Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario, Supreme Court Justices Antonio Carpio and Francis Jardeleza, Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin and retired Gen. Emmanuel Bautista.

Earlier, Hilbay said that the Philippine delegation is confident that its position is in line with the principles of the United Nations Convention of the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).

The hearings are scheduled from July 7 to 12.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot. Pirming bago.

The Philippine delegation
Photo via Solgen Hilbay

Abogado 3ng beses binadil, dae tinamaan

SAN JOSE, Camarines Sur—Maswerteng dae tinamaan kan bala si Abogado Juan C. Paano, Jr. II asin an saiyang pinsan na si Joel Paano Lucero, Jr., kan sinda tulong beses na badilon kan suspechadong si Juan Tianes Dacer kan sarong aldaw.

Base sa ginibong imbestigasyon kan mga awtoridad, an duwang victima nagbisita kan oma na sadire ni Sanita Fria para maghanap nin matrabaho sa pagliwanag kaini.

Mientrastanto, pag-abot ninda Atty. Paano, Jr. II asin Joel Paano Lucero, Jr. sa lugar, nagngalas sinda ta an oma na dapat liwanagon pa sana igwa nang tanom na paroy.

Segun sa report, si Marcelo Panagan iyo an nagtanom.

Huli kan bagay na ini, nagkaigwa nin diskusyon sinda Paano Jr. II asin si Panagan.

An sabi mayo nin derecho si Panagan na magboot sa daga, orog na an pagtanom nin paroy, na dae siyang pagtugot, ta siya an katiwala o encarcado kan oma.

Pirang minutos sana an nakalihis, an sobrino ni Panagan na si Dacer nagdadaguso na armado nin dae madeterminaran na calibre nin badil.

Dangan hinimunta asin pinaputokan nin tulong beses sinda Paano, Jr. II asin si Lucero, Jr.

Huli suboot sa maluyang pulso sa gamit kan badil, mayo ni sarong bala an nagtama sa mga victima.
Pagkatapos tulos kan incidente an suspechado marikas na nagkutipas parayo, para magdulag.

Marikas na nakaabot an mga pulis na pinanginotan ni SPO4 Lino Valencia Obias, an Chief Investigator, kaibahan si PO3 Bobby Jallores Corono, PO2 Salvador Rentoria, Jr. asin PO2 Jamil Santilecis, tanganing maggibo nin imbestigasyon.

Tulos nadakop an mga suspechado.

An mga victimang sinda Paano, Jr. II asin Joel Lucero pareyo taga Barangay Kinalansan digdi.
An suspechadong si Juan Tianes Dacer taga Tabgon, Goa, mientras na si Marcelo Panagan, taga Barangay Kinalansan, digdi.

Kan oras na sinusurat an baretang ini, pighahanda na an caso criminal contra sa mga suspechado.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

133K with no bio in Cam Sur

NAGA CITY—Provincial Commission on Elections (Comelec) spokesman Alex Marpuri reiterated the Commission’s call for those with no or incomplete biometrics to visit their respective election officers before the deadline on October 31, 2015.

As of March 31, 2015, 137,617 registered voters in Camarines Sur still have no or incomplete biometrics, Marpuri said in an interview with BICOL STANDARD.

This figure, he said, will be updated after a hearing on July 20.

Among the towns in Camarines Sur, Pili has the largest number of voters with no or incomplete biometrics, with 14,856, according to the latest information released by the Commission.

Already, Comelec has been employing various means to facilitate registration, including setting up satellite booths in barangays, and keeping their offices open even on Saturdays.

Marpuri added that the Comelec national office is studying a proposal to draft a Memorandum of Agreement with private employers to give employees one to two days of leave credits to allow them to go home to their provinces and have their biometrics registered.

He clarified that voters may only have their biometrics taken by their respective election officers in the town or city where they are registered.

“We hope to reduce the number of voters with no or incomplete biometrics by at least 90 percent on the date of the deadline,” Marpuri said.

At present, the biometrics registration, which includes taking the voter’s photograph and signature, takes only around 5 minutes.

“As the date of the deadline approaches, and more people rush to beat it, we expect that voters will have to wait for much longer periods of time to have their biometrics taken. That is why we are appealing to the voters to not wait until the last minute,” he remarked.

Earlier this week, the Comelec national office has already published the list of registered voters with no or incomplete biometrics on its official website.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Gov. Egay vs. Rep. Reyes fight looms in Cam Norte

QUEZON CITY—“Walang itinatalagang Acting Chairman sa Liberal Party (LP) Camarines Norte ang LP National Headquarters,” Liberal Party Director General Cong. Josephine Ramirez-Sato declared in a meeting at the Sulo Hotel here Monday afternoon.

“Si Cong. Leni [Robredo] ang pansamantalang Interim Chairman habang pag-uusapan pa ang isyu kay Gob. Egay [Tallado] sa National Directorate,” Sato explained.

SHOWDOWN. Right: Camarines Norte Gov. Edgardo “Egay” Tallado, Left: Camarines Norte Rep. Catherine “Cathy” Barcelona-Reyes. The two top officials of said province are expected to be the major contenders in the forthcoming local polls for the position of governor.

The Director General was referring to rumors that due to the explusion of Gov. Tallado from the LP, Daet Mayor Tito Sarion had taken over the provincial leadership.

Sarion in an exclusive interview with BICOL STANDARD, however, clarified that he and his group have not been able to take oath during their recent visit to the LP National Headquarters.

“The purpose of our meeting with the LP national officials was to show that there are people to replace those who decided to take a mass leave from the party,” he clarified.

He added that they are considering setting a separate schedule for the oathtaking of the new party members, including new applicants Cathy Barcelona-Reyes and Jojo Unico.

This will likely happen before President Benigno Aquino III delivers his State of the Nation Address (SONA), when Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas would also be available.

Reyes-Sarion tandem

“It seems that I will run for vice governor while Cong. Cathy Barcelona-Reyes will run for governor,” Sarion revealed to BICOL STANDARD.

Sarion, who was earlier declared “Persona Non Grata” by Tallado’s camp, is now also aligned with former Vice Gov. Jojo Unico, five board members, five incumbent town mayors, and other municipal town officials are also expected to join the Liberal Party.

The Daet mayor said there is also an ongoing negotiation with Cong. Elmer Panotes, who may also join the administration party.

According to an insider, the following political leaders are aligned with Cong. Cathy Barcelona-Reyes: Mayor Senandro Jalgalado of Capalonga, Mayor Romeo Moreno of Paracale, Mayor Dong Padilla of Jose Panganiban, Mayor Tito Sarion of Daet, Mayor Agnes Ang of Vinzons, Mayor Egay Ramores of San Lorenzo. Board Members Senen Jerez, Tess Malubay, Bong Quibral, Erwin Luasin, and Mike Canlas.

Tallado’s reaction

Meanwhile, Gov. Egay Tallado said he was actually vindicated when he got confirmation that Cong. Reyes, Mayor Sarion, and Unico went to the LP National Headquarters to formalize their party affiliation.

He expressed that he was not mistaken when he concluded that the visit to the town of Capalonga by Camarines Sur 3rd District Rep. Leni Robredo was programmed to oust him as the Provincial Party Chair.

During said visit, Sarion served as Robredo’s official escort.

For her part, Robredo made it clear in a radio interview last week that she does not want to intervene in the party’s internal controvery.

She said that apart from Sarion and Barcelona-Reyes, she is not very familiar with the other political leaders.


In a related development, close political allies of Gov. Tallado disclosed to BICOL STANDARD that the recent developments in Camarines Norte politics are rooted in the interest of some LP national leaders in the mining business.

BICOL STANDARD’s source who requested not to be named pinpointed Caloocan Rep. Edgardo Erice, Oriental Mindoro Rep. Alfonso Umali, and several others.

“[Said LP leaders] were not accommodated to engage in mining operations in this province, which was why they wanted to kick out Tallado,” the informant said.

As of press time, BICOL STANDARD has not been able to contact the aforementioned LP officials for their reaction regarding the allegation.

Tallado to run as independent

Tallado, after his ouster as member of the Liberal Party, has declared that he is running as an independent in the forthcoming election.

His camp claims that it is a blessing in disguise that he is out of the party, because the development has given him freedom to concentrate on his re-election. He can no longer be bothered to campaign for Mar Roxas, who they see as a liability.

“We can now move on our own without spending time convincing people to vote for Roxas,” an insider from Tallado’s camp stated.

“[Roxas] is very difficult to sell to the people as a presidential candidate because he is perceived to be elite and difficult to get along with,” the insider added.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM With reports from Mahatma Gan

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Typhoon seen entering PAR Tuesday as TS 'Egay' leaves

Tropical Storm "Egay" is expected to exit Philippine Area of Responsibility on Tuesday while the tropical storm with international name Cham-hom has intensified into typhoon category and expected to enter the country Tuesday afternoon or evening, according to Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) on Tuesday.

In an interview, PAGASA weather forecaster Samuel Duran said that as of 4 a.m. Tuesday, the center of Tropical Storm “Egay” was located at 260 km northwest of Laoag City, Ilocos Norte or at 280 km west of Basco, Batanes (20.2˚N, 119.3˚E) packed with maximum sustained winds of 85 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 100 kph. It is forecast to move north at 7 kph.

With its speed and movement, Duran said is expected to exit PAR on Tuesday morning and will be headed towards Taiwan.

However, he said Egay continues to enhance the southwest monsoon that will bring light to moderate rains in Luzon including Metro Manila on Tuesday just like Monday when it brought heavy rains that caused floods in some areas of Luzon.

He said public storm warning signal (PSWS) no. 1 (30-60 kph winds is expected in at least 36 hours) is still hoisted in Luzon over Ilocos Norte, Batanes, Calayan and Babuyan Group of Islands, northwest of Cagayan and Apayao.

Residents in mountainous and low lying areas of the provinces under PSWS #1 are alerted against possible flashfloods and landslides due to tropical storm.

The estimated rainfall amount is from moderate to heavy within the 400 km diameter of the tropical storm.

Southwest monsoon is now affecting Zambales, Bataan, Benguet, La Union, Pangasinan and Ilocos Sur. Residents of these areas should be ready on possible flashfloods and landslides.

Fisher folks and small sea crafts are advised not to venture out over the seaboards of Northern and Central Luzon.

For Tuesday forecast, rains with gusty winds and moderate to rough seas will prevail over Ilocos Norte, Batanes, Apayao and northwestern Cagayan including Calayan and Babuyan group of islands.

Moderate to occasionally heavy monsoon rains which may trigger flashfloods and landslides will be experienced over Ilocos Sur, La Union, Pangasinan, Benguet, Zambales and Bataan.

Light to moderate rains and thunderstorms will be experienced over Metro Manila, Mindoro, Palawan and Western Visayas. Partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated thunderstorms will prevail over Mindanao and the rest of Luzon and Visayas.

Moderate to strong winds blowing from the southwest will prevail over the rest of the country with moderate to rough seas.

Meanwhile, Duran said the tropical storm with international name Cham-hom is now a typhoon and expected to enter the country on Tuesday afternoon or evening.

PAGASA defines a typhoon as an intense tropical cyclone with maximum wind speed exceeding 118 kph.

He noted once the typhoon enter PAR it will be locally named "Falcon", the sixth tropical cyclone to enter the country this year and the second for is month of July.

Three to five tropical cyclones are expected to affect the country this month. (PNA)

“Unglo,” ginadan an matuang tugang sa Nabua

NABUA, Camarines Sur—“Dead on arrival,” ini an sabi kan doctor na nag-asikaso ki Glen Refugio y Moreno, 51 anyos, kan darahon siya sa Rinconada Merical Center (RMC) sa banwaan na ini. Idinalagan siya sa hospital tangani kutang ipabulong huli sa mga lugad na sinapo sa manlaen-laen na parte kan saiyang lawas.

Sa intrevista ngonian na aga ki Senior Inspector John Murray Cutaran, an hefe kan pulis digdi, sinabi na base sa saindang pagsiyasat, nagkainitan an magtugang na Glen asin Aurelio Refugio kan sinabihan kan victima an saiyang ngohod na si Aurelio na “magpacheck up na” ta may helang siya.

Segun sa pag-imbestigar, an victima pirang beses na oro-otrong rinapado nin kapidasong kahoy kan ngohod na tugang na si Aurelio Refugio y Moreno.

Si Aurelio bantog sa bansag na “Unglo,” digdi.

Nangyari an incidente sa residencia mismo kan victima.

Pirang minutos makalihis an krimen, idinalagan tulos sa hospital an victima, mantang nagtitiwis pa an dugo hale sa lawas asin naghahagromod pa sa kulog. Huri na an gabos, sabi kan doctor.

An imbestigador nagsabi sa saindang report na sasangatan ninda nin casong Homicide an suspechado.

Si Gen Refugio y Moreno, taga Zone-6, La Opinion, sa banwaan na ini, mantang an suspechadong si Aurillo Refugio y Moreno, residente man kan sinambit na Barangay.

An suspechado yaon ngonian sa poder kan mga awtoridad, pagkagtapos na siya maarestar.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot. Pirming bago.

5 drug suspects nabbed

NAGA CITY—Five (5) suspects allegedly involved in the illegal drug trade in the town of Bula, Camarines Sur were arrested by the members of the Camarines Sur Provincial Police Office headed by OIC Provincial Director Senior Supt. Walfredo G. Pornillos at 5:15 a.m. on July 6.

The members of the police team have confiscated substances believed to be illegal drugs known as methamphetamine hydrochloride, more popularly known as “shabu.”

Aside from the shabu, the team also recovered firearms from the suspects.

The anti-drug operation was conducted by a team of police officers from the Bula Muncipal Police Station, Camarines Sur Provincial Police Office, and the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), who jointly executed three search warrants, all for violation of Republic Act 9165.

The search warrants were all issued by Iriga City Regional Trial Court Presiding Judge Timoteo A. Panga, Jr. of Branch 60.

Said warrants were directed against the residences of spouses Jennifer Espinosa y Balares and John Rey Espinosa y Doe, both of legal age; Joan Labahan y Balares, and Dennig Labahan y Doe, both of legal age, and Francisco "Isko" Balares y Doe.

The above named persons are all residents of Zone I, Lubgan, Bula, Camarines Sur.
During the service of the search warrants, at least two persons, both armed with a short handgun immediately fired upon the law enforcers, prompting the operatives to return fire.

After a brief firefight and short chase, a male suspect later identified as Jonathan Pallega y Brizuela, of Casugan, Bula, Camarines Sur was arrested.

Recovered from Pallega's possession was a caliber .38 hand gun loaded with five pieces of live ammunition, along with six other pieces of live ammunition for the same type of weapon.

Another male suspect, whose name was not readily known, was able to elude arrest.

During the implementation of the search, Francisco Balares was not present in his house.

At the residence of spouses Espinosa, the law enforcers recovered the white crystalline substance believed to be shabu, placed inside plastic sachet containers of different sizes.

The operatives also recovered cash amounting to P2,513, two lighters, a pair of scissors, cellular phones and a pouch bag.

At the residence of spouses Joan and Dennis Labalan, the law enforcers recovered a caliber .38 gun loaded with six pieces of ammunition.

Meanwhile, the search that was implemented in the house of spouses of Dennis Labahan and Francisco Balares turned out to be negative.

The alleged suspects will be charged with violations of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, and Republic Act 10591 or the Comprehensive Firearms and Ammunition Regulation Act.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot. Pirming bago.

Monday, July 6, 2015

Cases vs. 'presidential heckler' Em Mijares dismissed

NAGA CITY—The celebrated cases filed against student activist Pio Emmanuel “Em” Mijares have been dismissed this morning by Municipal Court in Cities Branch III Judge Zenaida Bragais.

Left: Em Mijares with legal counsel Atty. Egay Carmona
Right: Mijares at MTC Branch III in Naga City
Photos courtesy of Em Mijares
Last year, Mijares was charged with violation of Articles 148 and 153 of the Revised Penal Code, or tumults and other disturbances of public order, and assault upon an agent of a person in authority.

This was after he shouted calls for social change during the Araw ng Kalayaan speech of President Benigno Aquino III in Naga City

Criminal cases numbers 129834 and 129835 were dismissed because of the complainants’ failure to show up for three consecutive times during the hearing, which according to the decision, violated Mijares’ constitutional right to a speedy trial.

In an exclusive interview with BICOL STANDARD, Mijares said: “I am very happy at nakakagaan ng loob. Thankful sa maraming tao na hindi ako pinabayaan at patuloy na naguide through the proceedings. Patuloy ang advocacy for education and karapatan.”

A student of Ateneo de Naga University, Mijares is the current regional coordinator of the National Union of Students of the Philippines-Bicol.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Sunday, July 5, 2015

Still no fake rice in Naga City—NFA

Still no fake rice in Naga City—NFA
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOL STANDARD

No fake rice was found at the Naga City People's Mall, Camarines Sur National Food Authority Assistant Manager Nora Follosco declared after leading an inspection on July 2.

Follosco said their office received reports that fake rice from China has made its way to Tabaco Port in Albay.

Fake rice, which was found in Davao City, was reportedly made from synthetic resin and sweet potatoes. 

The NFA earlier announced that the fake rice was not fit for human consumption. (Report and photos by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM)

Still no fake rice in Naga City—NFA
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOL STANDARD

Still no fake rice in Naga City—NFA
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOL STANDARD

DepEd opens internship program

DepEd is accepting internship applications from Monday to Friday, at 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. All intern applicants must be (1) at least 18 years old; (2) enrolled in a practicum subject or equivalent subject; (3) have good academic standing and completed all prerequisite subjects of the practicum subject; (4) be physically, mentally, and emotionally fit and; (5) has consent from parent or guardian.

Upon application, all intern applicants must also be able to submit the following requirements: (1) Curriculum Vitae; (2) Letter of Intent; (3) Recommendation Letter from the Higher Education Institution (HEI); (4) Certificate of Registration or any equivalent document from the HEI certifying that the applicant is enrolled in a practicum subject; (5) Evaluation Sheet or any equivalent document from the HEI and; (6) Accomplished Internship Application Form.

The documents submitted by the intern applicants shall undergo preliminary screening based on the applicant’s qualifications. They will be forwarded to the offices where they qualified. After the initial screening, qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview with the concerned office.

The duration of the internship program shall be in accordance with the approved curriculum and the number of hours required by the intern applicant’s HEI.

All internship applicants must enclose their documents in a brown envelope with their name and date of submission.

Submission of application may likewise be done via email. Internship applicants may send scanned copies of their documentary requirements with their complete name in the email subject field.

CamSur PNP, No. 1 sa pagserve nin Warrants of Arrest

CIUDAD NIN NAGA— Tinawan nin dakulang pag-omaw an mga tawohan kan Detective and Warrant Section kan Philippine National Police (PNP) sa Camarines Sur Police Provincial Office (CSPPO) huli kan saindang dakulang contribusyon sa pagdakop kan mga persona na may inaatubang na mandamiento de aresto.

CamSur PNP, No. 1 sa pagserve nin Warrants of Arrest
An sinambit na grupo na pinapamayohan ni Senior Supt. Walfredo G. Pornillos, an Officer-In-Charge kan PNP Camarines Sur nakakua kan pinakahalangkaw na grado asin pigdeclarar na numero unong
Police Provincial Office sa performance.

Sa lindong kan liderato ni Senior Supt. Pornillos, dinaog kan CSPPO, an 7ng iba pang provincial asin city police offices sa Bicol sa Service of Warrant Efficienty (SWE).

Nakua kan Camarines Sur PPO an markang 130% para sa primerong tulong bulan kan taon na presente.

An nag gawgaw sainda kan sinambit na honra iyo si Police Chief Superintendent Victor P. Deona, Regional Director kan PNP Bicol.

Segun ki Deona, an maigot na pagtrabaho kan mga pulis sa Camarines Sur pagpatunay kan makusog na campanya kan mga awtoridad tanganing i-atubang sa jusgado an mga tawo na may mga caso tanganing bistahan.

Maroromdoman na nasa Camarines Sur man an kadaklan sa top ten na police station sa Bicol sa pagpapaotob kan Target Output Policy. Alagad, yaon man digdi an duwa sa mga police station dai nakacomple sa hinahagad na target, an Tinambac asin Pasacao, sa laog man guiraray kan Febrero hasta Abril ngonian na taon.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM


LIBRENG SIBID-SIBID. Regalo sa mga ka-distrito ni Bokal Amador Simando (inset) an mga sakayan na saiyang nadisponir hale sa Philip Morris Foundation. An mga recipiente pinili por medio nin burunotan tanganing patas an oportunidad kan lambang saro na nangangaipo nin panhanapbuhay. (OSCAR ESMENDA/BICOLSTANDARD.COM)

Duterte invades Catanduanes

VIRAC, CATANDUANES—Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte is expected to arrive at noon here today, July 5 to campaign for federalism.

Rodrigo Duterte
Photo: Rodrigo Duterte official website
Duterte is scheduled to have lunch at the Provincial Capitol, then proceed to Plaza Rizal for a dialogue.

Duterte's camp last week said that his Catanduanes visit will be the last leg of his nationwide campaign for federalism. The Davao City mayor also stressed that he is not running for a national position.—With report from Bryan del Sur/BICOLSTANDARD.COM

2 eskwelahan hinabonan sa Polangui

POLANGUI, Albay—Mag saradit o darakulang propiodad kan gobierno an dae na pinapasalvar kan mga ma-ademohan na parasalakat, arog kan nangyari sa Magurang Elementary School.

Elementary school stock photo from
Elementary school stock photo from
An pinakabagong victima sarong eskwelahan na namumugtak sa Barangay Centro kan banwaan na ini.

Base sa sumbong ni Ma. Alma Chavez y Verga, asin Fatima Colocar y Borja, an saindang mga classrooms iyo an kinursunada kan mga parasalakat.

Nadiskubre kan mga eskwela na an nagsalakat naglaog sa likod na parte kan bintana, sa paagui kan pagraot kan mga dahon kan mga jalousies.

Linalay kan mga parahabas an DVD player na kantidad P2,000; speaker na P800 asin 10 metros na wire na kantidad P600.

Afuera kan sinambit na gamit, dae pa pinatawad kan mga parahabon si mga school supplies, arog kan coupon bond asin iba pang clase nin papel, na may carculadong valor na P600.

Ikinapungot na entero kan mga magurang sa sinambit na eskwelahan an pangyayari na maski saradit na gamit, na importante sa pagtukdo kan mga aki an dae na pinapatawad kan mga para-ikit.

Ipinaabot na an baretang ini sa atensiyon kan mga awtoridad asin sa mga oficiales kan barangay, tanganing hagadon an saindang tabang.

Nagtutubod an mga awtoridad digdi na residente man sana digdi an responsable sa paghabon.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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