Saturday, December 2, 2017

PDEA CSur nakadakop na naman nin drug dealers

NAGA CITY 12/2/17 (BICOL STANDARD) An paka-arestar ki Marilex Arbuis y Comprado kan Nov. 23, 2017, iyo an naging llave para maaraman kan mga ahentes kan Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) an pig guiruikanan kan droga sa Camarines Sur.

An operasyon kan mga ahentes kan PDEA sa Camarines Sur iyo man an naging dalan sa entrapment operation na nagresulta sa pagkadakop ki Ronald Paredes y Javier, Salvador Durana y Casalja, asin Jonathan Lara y Laudato sa Km 27, E. Aguilando Highways, sa Barangay Anabu II, Imus, Cavite, kasuodma (Dec. 1).

Sa nasambit na operasyon nakua kan PDEA an carculadong 300 grams nin shabu hale sa mga suspechado.

Kaibahan sa operasyon na ini an Camarines Sur Provincial Office kan PDEA na pinpamayohan ni Agent Vidal DC Bacolod asin katuwang an PDEA RO4-A na pinapamayohan ni Dir. Archie A. Grande na nasa lindong kan over all supervision ni Dir Christian O. Frivaldo.

An operasyon kan mga awtoridad ginibo alas 2:30 nin hapon sa nasambit na lugar.

Naging madali sa mga tawohan kan PDEA an pag appreherndir kan mga suspechado huli sa mga informasyon na naguno hale sa Ciudad nin Naga.

An mga suspechado yaon ngonian sa poder kan PDEA.

1 pulis gadan, 6 irido sa ambush sa CNorte

Photo grabbed from Rey Kenneth Oning's Facebook account
DAET, CNorte 12/2/17 (BICOL STANDARD) –Saro an gadan, 6 an may lugad sa mga miembros kan Philippine National Police na tinambangan kan mga armadong lalaki sa Sitio Binuang, Brgy. Daguit, Labo, Camarines Norte.

An incidente nangyari kasubagong ala 1:00 nin amay, ngonian na aldaw.

Nabisto an nagadan na pulis na iyo si PO2 Richard M. Abad, mantang an mga may lugad iyo an minasunod: PO2 Ronald Gutierez, PO2 Ericson De Vera, PO1 Jeffrey Tarrobago, PO1 Pedro Valeros, PO1 Romar Umandap asin PO1 Johnson Espana, na anas nakadistino sa CNPMFC, sa Camarines Norte Police Provincial Office.

Si PSSuspt. Cerilo D. Trilles Jr., an acting Provincial Director kan PPO sa Camarines Norte nagpadara tulos nin mga tawohan asin naabotan an mga mga lugad na pulis sa tinampo.

Idinalagan tulos sinda sa Camarines Norte Provincial Hospital para ipabulong.

An mga miembros kan PNP katuwang an Armed Forces of the Philippines an nagpadara nin mga tawohan tanganing lapagon an mga responsable sa nangyaring ambush.

Pigtutubodan na mga rebeldeng grupo an nasa likod kan incidente.

Lokal Holiday Bazaar offers fun-filled pre-holiday shopping in Albay

LEGAZPI CITY 12/2/17 (Bicol Standard) -- Find a collection of lifestyle brands with everything from fashion to food at Lokal Holiday Bazaar on December 2-9 at 3F Ayala Malls Legazpi!

Lokal Holiday Bazaar offers eight days of fun-filled pre-holiday shopping, holiday food finds, crafting workshops, jam sessions, open mic performances, and musical performances by local artists Nina Alvarez, Earl Recamunda and First String Acoustic.

The event, backed by Ayala Malls Legazpi, allows local brands and entrepreneurs to flourish.

Participating local food brands and businesses include Granjeros Central, 528 Ilawod, Dob's Buko Batchoy, Beer Heart, 1123 Modern Boheme, Supah Kid, Sideprojects, BidiBidi Enterprises, Femene, and more.

Meanwhile, the sponsors include Bigg's Diner, Soleil, Pullout Productions, Muy Bien Creatives, Alan Segui Photography, Davies, Education Center for Australia, Artisans Specialty Coffee.

BICOL STANDARD is a proud media partner of Lokal Holiday Bazaar.

Friday, December 1, 2017

Akusado nin Parricide, arestado sa Tinambac

NAGA CITY 12/1/17 (BICOL STANDARD) – Mayong ipig recomendar na fianza si RTC Judge Pedro M. Redona sa akusadong si Maria Christina Flores y Brugada, may agom, residente kan Barangay Sogod, Tinambac, Camarines Sur.

Si Flores may casong Parricide na nakasunad sa Branch 63 kan RTC sa Camabanga, Camarins Sur.

Inarestar siya kasubagong alas 11:55 nin odto sa sinambit na barangay, huli sa Warrant of Arrest na firmado ni Judge Redona.

An casong inaatubang kan akusado iyo an Criminal Case No. 17-2740.


Naghabas nin motorsiklo, nadakop sa Bato, CSur

NAGA CITY 12/1/17 (BICOL STANDARD) –Tulong lalaki na suspechado sa pag-carnap nin motorsiklo an inarestar (citizen’s arrest) kan an saindang hinabas na vehiculo mag-simplang sa may riles kan tren sa rail road crossing sa Barangay San Miguel, Bato, Camarines Sur.

An incidente nangyari kasubagong alas 3:00 nin mag-omagahon.

Segun sa report kan pulis an tulong suspechado sa pag carnap nin motorsiklo iyo sinda Ruben Solano y Pelicia, taga Anoling, Camalig, Albay, Jeffrey Moyo y Guiriba, residente kan Salugan, Camalig, Albay asin sarong menor de edad na nabisto sa pangaran na Alex, taga Barangay Anoling, Camalig, Albay.

Hinabas an motorsiklo sa Barangay Agos, Polangui, Albay.

Sabi sa report kan mga awtoridad, an tulong suspechado sa pag carnap kan motorsiklo na-aksidente kan sinda magbaktas sa riles kan tren sa Barangay San Miguel, Bato, Camarines Sur.

Nin huli sa pagtubod na hinabasan an motorsiklo kaya inarestar an tulo na mga suspechado.

Alagad, nin huli ta may mga rungas sa saindang lawas an duwa sa mga suspechado kaya idinalagan sinda sa hospital para ipabulong.

An ika tulong suspechado an dinara sa pulis tanganing imbestigaran.

Mientrastanto, an motorsiklo yaon ngonian sa poder kan mga awtoridad.

Pig pepreparar na kan mga awtoridad an pag sangat nin caso contra sa mga imbuelto sa casong ini.

Albay STL operator may lose franchise

MANILA (Bicol Standard)—“Authorized Agent Corporations who continue to fail to remit their required Presumptive Monthly Retail Receipts or PMRR will face appropriate sanction such as cancellation of their authorization to play STL."

This is the statement issued by Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) General Manager Alexander Balutan to the BICOL STANDARD in response to the complaints of Albay political leaders on the alleged non-remittance of the correct share of local government units in the daily operation of Small Town Lottery (STL).

Balutan issued the statement following the killing of Alex Herman Alemania, chairman of Lucky V Prime Enterprises, an Authorized Agent Corporation (AAC) playing STL in Albay.

Balutan added that if the AACs will continue to fail in the remittance of the Presumptive Monthly Retail Receipts, PCSO will have no other recourse but to hold another bidding to find another licensee.

“To avoid this scenario, AACs have to comply with the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) to continue to operate the STL,” he clarified.

“The PCSO will not tolerate any internal dispute among its AACs as this would greatly affect STL revenues. They are supposed to help us increase our revenues which will be used for PCSO’s charitable services and programs,” he further emphasized.

Depending on the result of the investigation and if proven that the killing was due to internal dispute, Balutan said Lucky V Prime may lose its authorization to play STL.

“PCSO will not hesitate to revoke their contract if the dispute is not settled immediately,” he said.


2ng driver nin motorsiklo, gadan sa aksidente sa Labo, CNorte

Photo: MDRRMO Labo

DAET, Camarines Norte 12/1/17 (BICOL STANDARD) –Pareyo binawian nin buhay an driver kan duwang motorsiklo na nagkabangaan, mantang nagsapo nin mga bakros asin rungas an saindang mga kasuno, sa aksidenteng nangyari sa barangay 7, Banahaw, Labo, Camarines Norte.

An mga victima iyo sinda Edmar Sereno, 28 anyos, asin si Enrico Oning, 48 anyos, na sabatan na nagkasalpakan kan mga motorisiklo na pig mamaneho ninda.

Base sa pagsiyasat na ginibo kan pulis, pareyong marikas an dalagan kan duwang motorsiklo asin head-on collision an nangyari sa lugar kan aksidente.

Si P/Supt. Ricky Camisola, an hefe kan pulis sa Labo, Camarines Norte nagsabi na segun saindang mga imbestigador difisil na mabuhay an mga victima nin huli sa tama sa saindang payo asin lawas.

An mga nakasuno sa sainda pig bubulong ngonian sa hospital.

Mientrastanto, naaraman kan mga imbestigador na pareyong burat an mga drivers kan naaksidenteng motorsiklo kan nangyari an aksidente.

Nagpapadagos pa an pagsiyasat kan aksidenteng ini hastang ngonian.

No classes on Dec. 4 in Albay--Gov. Bichara

LEGAZPI CITY 12/1/17 (Bicol Standard) -- Classes in all levels on December 4, 2017 are suspended in both private and public schools in Albay except those schools located in the island and remote/far flung barangays/areas that will be determined by the local school authorities.

This was announced by Governor and PDRRMC Chairman Al Francis C. Bichara this morning.

The suspension of classes is in view of the impending mass transport strike on December 4-5, 2017 by the transport sector and in order to maintain peace and order and public safety.

Bichara added that there is no suspension of Work in both government and non-government office.

He recommended early marketing and buying of food stuffs, medicines and other errands, and avoiding unnecessary movements until the public transport system in the province resumes.

Ambulance services of all LGUs/MHOs must be on stand by and ready to assist emergency cases within their respective areas, he said.

Mayor Bongat submits P1.14B budget for 2018

Mayor John Bongat
Photo by Kikoy Lim
NAGA CITY--Mayor John G. Bongat has submitted to the Sangguniang Panlungsod the city’s proposed annual budget for the year 2018 in the amount of P1, 138, 780, 544.31 which is slightly higher than the 2017 budget of P1, 111, 041, 440.30.

Still, if approved, it is still the highest budget for any city in Bicol and the only one breaching the P1B budget mark.

Job and livelihood creation, services in health, and education and solid waste management programs remain in the priority list, along with other development projects to be undertaken by the city government in the coming year.

As reflected in the proposed budget, the City Government will be sustaining its support for education— making opportunities especially for the less privileged families to send their children to school— setting aside P13M budget for the scholarships.

Pushing forth to improve its social welfare services, the proposed budget also includes P20.14M for food supplies expenses for the patient’s meal. This will include those in the city hospitals (the Naga City Hospital and Our Lady of Lourdes Infirmary), as well as the wards at the Naga City Children’s Home.

The family beneficiaries of Sanggawadan will also be benefitted by the allocated food supplies as well as the feeding programs for the malnourished children of the Naga City Population and Nutrition Office, among others.

It also includes P19.60M for drugs and medicines of the city health facilities, while P6.3M will be for dental and laboratory equipment, to further beef up its health programs.

As the city also tries to respond to rising demand for infrastructures, a big bulk of the budget amounting to P67M will be allotted for road projects and other infrastructure and building constructions.

With its thrust also in capacitating its people with necessary knowledge and skills especially during emergencies, a budget of P57M will be for the Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Fund (LDRRMF)— to be used in various basic life support and first aid skills trainings, as well as in acquiring necessary emergency supplies for relief goods operations, to better the city preparations and response to unwanted disasters that could strike.

As part also of the safety and security initiatives of the city government, a P5M will go for the installation of new streetlights particularly in the minor city streets and alleys, to ensure safety for the walking public and students, especially at night.

With the continuous undertakings in the waste management program of the city, a P16.75M will be for the acquisition of additional garbage trucks— for a more efficient garbage collection, while other solid waste management programs will be given a P40.70M budget under the Local Development Fund (LDF).

Under still the LDF, which is a separate fund of the city for major development projects, initiatives for the rehabilitation of the Naga River will get P11.39M.

Reflective in the city budget is the comparatively lower dependency of the city government upon the national government’s allocation for the city (Internal Revenue Allocation)— comprising only 46% of its budget fund, than that of the city’s own income (local revenue sources).

Meanwhile, the proposed budget is still under scrutiny by the Sangguniang Panlungsod while budget hearing are still being regularly conducted by the Committee on Appropriations with the active participation of the Naga City People’s Council (NCPC), Liga ng mga Barangay and women’s and various organizations. (By Armie B. Gunay, CEPPIO)

Burglars break into CBSUA female dorm

PILI, Camarines Sur 12/1/2017 (Bicol Standard) -- A group of burglars, allegedly including two women, surreptitiously broke into the female dormitory of Central Bicol State University of Agriculture, and carted away valuable items such as cellphones, ATM cards, and wallets at around 3 a.m. Thursday.

Said dormitory is located inside the compound of the university at San Jose, Pili, Camarines Sur.

The police said the unidentified suspects removed the jalousie window panes and reached the lock of the doors.

One of the victims told the investigators that she saw at least two suspects, both female, inside the dormitory.

One of them was armed with a kitchen knife.

The suspects, the victim said, scampered upon knowing that she was awake.

Recovered from the scene was a green half-face helmet, believed to be owned by one of the suspects.

Meantime, the security guard of said university reported that their CCTVs have long been out of order, and thus could not be used in the investigation.


Albay vice mayor, 7 others nabbed in illegal cockfight

LEGAZPI CITY 12/1/17 (Bicol Standard) – A municipal vice mayor was among those apprehended Thursday afternoon for illegal cockfighting at Calzada Cockpit Arena in the town of Oas, Albay.

Antonio Yuchongco, the vice mayor of said town, was arrested along with seven others, who have not yet been identified.

“No cockfighting shall be held on December 30 (Rizal Day), June 12 (Philippine Independence Day), November 30 (National Heroes Day), Holy Thursday, Good Friday, election or referendum day and during registration days for such election or referendum,” Presidential Decree (PD) 449 as amended by PD 1602 reads.

The nine suspects were arrested on two grounds: (1) the cockfighting activity was held on November 30 and (2) the same date is a registration day for the forthcoming barangay and SK elections.

Albay Provincial Police Office Spokesperson PCI Arthur Gomez said that while the cockfighting activity was held in a licensed arena, the two grounds were the basis for the arrest.

Confiscated from the suspects were fighting cocks, cockfighting paraphernalia, and bet money.

3 lalaki tinaga sa bilaran, suspechado nagdulag

DAET, Camarines Norte (Bicol Standard)—Tulong mga paraoma an pigbubulong ngonian sa Camarines Norte Provincial Hospital Annex, kan sinda taragaon kan suspechadong si Adam Jose Hapak y Die, 34, paraoma, asin residente kan Barangay Old Camp, Capalonga, Camarines Norte.

Sabi kan mga imbestigador an mga victima iyo sinda Aries Brimbuela y Glomar, 36 anyos, Jonathan Brimbuela y Glomar, 34 anyos, na pareyong taga Purok 5, Barangay Old Camp, Capalonga, Camarines Norte asin si Ronnie Taniang, 23, na residente kan Purok IB, kan kapareyong banwaan.
Nagluluwas sa imbestigasyon na antes na mangyari an krimen, an mga victima asin an suspechado nagsusugal nin baraha, mientras na sinda nasa bilaran.
An sabi, aksidenteng nasikyod ni Aries Brimbuela si tukawan kan suspechado, kaya naangot ini.
Nagpuli sa saindang harong tanganing magkua nin sundang, na iyo an ginamit sa pagtigbas kan mga victima.

Pakatapos kan krimen, nagdulag pasiring sa dai madeterminaran na lugar an suspechado.
Pig hahanap pa siya ngonian kan mga awtoridad tanganing panimbagon sa caso na isasangat kan mga awtoridad.
Si sundang na ginamit, pugol ngonian kan mga pulis bilang evidencia kan nangyaring krimen.

Babae nalamos nin problema, nagbitay

LEGAZPI CITY (Bicol Standard)—Sarong 40 anyos na babae na nagtatrabaho bilang beautician sa parlor sa Barangay Budiao, Daraga, Albay an nagpatiwakal kan saiyang buhay, huli sa pig mamateng makuring problema.

An babae na nabisto sa pangaran na Criselda (bakong tunay na pangaran) pinili na tapuson na an kalbaryo sa buhay, ta pirme na sanang nagsasapo nin makulog na tulak asin daghan asin nadidifisilan na makapabulong.

Segun sa nagunong estorya kan saindang mga amiga, si Criselda, ulob na sana pirme sa higdaan, pero nagpipirit pang magtrabaho, oro aldaw.

Orog pang nagkulog an saiyang boot kan mangyari an sarong incidente na nagkasimbagan sinda kan saiyang aking matua.

Pig ponan kan simbagan kan mag-ina iyo si pagtuyaw sa aki na apisar kan makuri an pagtion ninda, igwa pa ki bisyo sa buhay.

Mientrastanto, dai pighuna kan saiyang mga kabisto na nag decider na palan an babae na tapuson na lugod an saiyang buhay, sa paagui kan pag-bitay kan saiyang lawas sa kisame.


2-day transport strike slated on December 4,5

NAGA CITY (Bicol Standard)—A transport strike is scheduled in Bicol on December 4 and 5, Condor Piston Bicol Coordinator Joel Pellogo announced.

The strike is in protest of House Bill 4334 or the Traffic Crisis Act of 2016 and the jeepney phaseout, Pellogo said.

He claimed that the Traffic Crisis Act will only benefit bigtime entrepreneurs, and not jeepney operators and drivers.

He also blasted President Rodrigo Duterte, who allegedly hurled foul words at jeepney drivers and operators during his recent visit to Camarines Sur.

The government, Pellogo said, should support and help the jeepney drivers and operators who make do with a meager income, instead of insulting them.

He further clarified that their group is not against the government’s modernization program.

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