Saturday, June 16, 2018

Albay, CSur shabu supplier, dakop na


DARAGA, Albay (Bicol Standard) -- Tibaad maghuraw na an dating mahibugon na supply nin shabu sa Albay asin Camarines Sur nin huli sa pagkadakop kan tulong mayor na suspechado sa pagbariwas kan bawal na bulong.

Ini an observasyon kan mga ahentes kan PDEA pakatapos kan operasyon na nagresulta sa pagka-arestar ki Jan Mark Balguma Rapisura Alyas Matik, Jomel Orpiada Dela Cruz asin Jose Bartolata Tabuena, Jr. Alyas Third . Sinda an konsideradong High Value Targets sa anti-drug operation.

Sinabi sa report ni Dir. Christian O. Frivaldo kan PDEA Bicol na an mga suspechado yaon sa Neuhaus Inn sa Maroroy, Daraga, Albay kasubagong mag-omagahon kan mag-abot an mga autoridad.

Afuera sa 3ng High Value Targets, tolong iba pa an kaayon sa na-aprehendir. Ini iyo sinda: Marlon Fernandez Llenas alias “Bok Fernandez,” Lorraine Santiago Casilum, 28, asin Elmeph Conciado Calimutan, 37.

An nakumpiskar na shabu may gabat na 300 gramos, asin pwedeng ipabakal sa kantidad na P1.25 milyones.

Sa separadong entrevista ki Mayor Noel Rosal kan Legazpi City, saiyang sinabi na pwedeng an grupong ini an nagdidistribuir nin shabu sa mga provincia kan Albay asin Camarines Sur, segun sa saiyang informante.

An ibang residentes digdi nagsabi na an awtong nadakop na lunadan kan mga suspechado na may retrato ni Presidente Rodrigo Duterte pirmi nindang naheheling.

Nakabugtak sa retrato sa awto an tataramon na “Change is coming.”

Pasipara sana kan mga tawo na tawanan atensyon an nagbabaray-basay na vehiculo sa paghona na makusog na suportador o konektado sa opisina kan Presidente an lunad digdi.

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Friday, June 15, 2018

3 parakabod bulawan arestado sa Paracale


DAET, CNorte (Bicol Standard) Tulong parakabod nin bulawan an inarestar kan pinag sararong tawohan kan 2nd Camarines Norte Provincial Mobile Force Company asin Paracale Municipal Police Station sa saindang operasyon kan Hunyo 14, 2018 sa Purok 1, Brgy. Tugos, Paracale, Camarines Norte.

An mga dinakop kan mga awtoridad na sinahotan na imbuelto sa illegal na pagkabod nin bulawan iyo sinda Randy Balon y Castillo, 28 anyos, soltero; Reymong Rodriguez y Buela, 26 anyos, pareyong residente kan Purok 2, Brgy. Capacuan, Paracale, Camarines Norte asin si Lorenzo Paytan y Fernandino, 30, soltero, taga Purok 7, Brgy. Tawig, Paracale, Camarines Norte.

An tulong personas na nasambit an may inaatubang na Warrant of Arrest na firmado ni Judge Roberto A. Escaro kan RTC Branch 38, sa Daet, Camarines Norte.

An casong pig aatubang ninda iyo an pagbalga kan Section 102, R.A. 7942 (Illegal Mining), na may fecha Mayo 15, 2018, asin may Criminal Case No. 18865.

An jusgado may pig rekomendar na fianzang kantidad P5,000 an kada saro sa sainda.

Nagluluwas na higot ngonian an kampanya kan gobierno kontra sa illegal na pagbabod sa lugar na ini.
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Electric facility office sa San Pascual, Masbate, sinalakat?


MASBATE (BICOL STANDARD) Mayo pa nin ideya an mga awtoridad kun sisay an mga nasa likod kan pagsalakat sa opisina kan local electric facility sa Brgy. Bolod, San Pascual, Masbate.

Segun sa pulis nag osip si Benjamin Barrios, administrador kan San Pascual Local Electric Facility (SPLED), linaog nin mga para salakat an saindang opisina, sa paagui kan rangka kan mga grills na gibo sana sa materiales na kahoy.

Nadara kan para habon an kantidad P52,000 na parte kan nacolleta nindang cuarta hale sa mga consumedor nin kuryente asin sarong cellphone.

Sa panahon na sinusurat an baretang ini, nagpapadagos an imbestigasyon kan mga awtoridad, sa paagui nin pakihumapot sa mga tawo na nag-eestar sa kataid na lugar na sinambit na opisina.

Habo pang magtao nin ibang detalyes an mga imbestigador.

Afuera kan posibleng pagsalakaw kan opisina, nagkapirang iba pang angulo an inaadalan ngonian kan mga nag sisiyasat kan pangyayari.

Naghagad nin dikit na panahon an mga awtoridad para mapahiwas ninda an imbestigasyon.
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Nagtinda nin shabu sa Baao, nadakop na kan pulis


BAAO, CSur 6/15/18 (BICOL STANDARD) – Apisar kan igot nang maray an mga awtoridad sa kampanya para pohoon an problema sa illegal na droga, buhay pang maray an siring na negosyo sa banwaan na ini.

Segun sa informante kan baretang ini, haros lantadan pa guiraray an pagbakal kan shabu sa nagkapirang barangay, na kun pirang beses nang pig raid kan mga awtoridad.

An pinakabagong nadakop sa buy bust operation iyo si Zaldy Bayos y Iball, na residente kan Brgy. San Juan, digdi.

Sabi sa bareta, an suspechado may makusog na koneksyon sa ibang mga para rigatoni nin shabu na iyong nag-didistribuir kan illegan na paninda bako sanang digdi, kundi maging sa ibang mga pagtaraid na banwaan.

An mga residentes digdi na nakikipag cooperar na sa mga awtoridad iyo an nagtao nin informasyon kun saen nagdadara nin shabu an biktima.

Kan sarong aldaw, nasunodan kan mga tawohan kan pulis na nag-sagin sagin na para bakal nin droga asin suspechado asin nagpabakal sa police assets nin anom na sachets nin shabu.

Pakatapos sanang mangyari an transaksyon, saka siya dinakop kan mga miembros kan Baao PNP.

Nakua sa saindang poder an kantidad P500.00 na marked money na ginamit para sa buy bust operation.

Makusog an pagtubod kan mga awtoridad na madali na nindang madakop an iba pang mga imbuelto sa shabu, nin huli ta bastante na an saindang informasyon na naguno hale sa mga tawo na igwa nin pagkaisi sa siring na illegal na transaction.
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Bungog, púla, binadil sa Masbate


MASBATE CITY 6/15/18 (Bicol Standard) - Malipot na an bangkay kan sarong pula asin bungog na lalaki na binadil sa Purok 5, Sitio Tambangan, sa Brgy. Dapdap, Uson, Masbate kasubagong alas 2:00 nin amay (Hunyo 15) kan mag abot an mga pulis na ma-imbestigar kan kaso.
An suspechadong nag badil ki David iyo si Agustin Catamura alyas “Tengoy,” sabi sa report ni Punong Brgy. Romeo Nuevo kan nasambit na barangay.
Segun sa mga imbestigador, nag-apod sa pulis si Nuevo, tanganing paaramon kan krimen na nangyari sa saindang lugar.
An ginamit kan suspechado sa pag gadan sa biktika iyo an calibre .45ng badil na tuminama an mga bala sa lawas kan biktima.
Pig sisiyasat pa kan mga awtoridad kun ano an rason sa pagbadil sa biktima.
Mantang sinusurat an baretang ini mayo pa nin report kun nadakop na an suspechado sa krimen na ini.
Mientrastanto, binadil man kasuodma sa Brgy. Dayao, Mandaon, Masbate si Allan Ilao y Aribal, 50 anyos an edad.
Binawian tulos siya nin buhay sa lugar na pinangyarihan kan krimen.
An suspechado sa pag gadan ki Ilao iyo si Danilo Alido y Roxas, 19 anyos, Grade 9 na estudiante sa Cabitan National High School.
Nagsuko tulos sa mga awtoridad an suspechado.
An ginamit ni Alido sa pagbadil sa biktima iyo an gibo sa saindang lugar na “sumpak.”
Tulos binawian nin buhay an biktima.
Mayo pa nin report an pulis kun ano an rason ta binadil kan suspechado an biktima.
Nangyari an krimen kan fecha 14 kan Hunyo, alas 9:00 nin bangui.
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EDITORIAL | Road safety


Road accidents make the news on a daily basis, but they are often dismissed as “just another one of those incidents”—that is, until the accident happens to someone the community considers to be more vulnerable than usual.

Take the case, for instance, of Jeana Margaux Balintisayo, a 7-year-old grade 2 pupil of Sta. Cruz Elementary School, who was killed after she was hit by a car near the school premises a few days after school reopened.

Bicol Standard’s source said Balintasayo’s father had just taken his daughter’s lunch to her a few minutes before the accident.

Jeana, the source narrated, asked for two pesos from her father to purchase something from the store near her school.

Allegedly, she did not see the car coming because she was focused on a pedicab that was also on the street.

Jeana’s story went viral on social media, prompting parents to hug their kids and heap words of love to them. The incident, which was caught on CCTV, was one that could have happened to anyone’s child.

As expected, there was a lot of finger-pointing after the incident. Netizens took to Facebook to put the blame on the authorities and community and school leaders, who they said should have made the school zone safe.

But the blame game, however, does not recover the life of Jeana, nor does it console the family and friends who lost her.

What it does achieve, however, is a renewed focus on road accidents, and the vulnerability of children in such incidents.

The World Health Organization says that road traffic injuries are a global public health problem, what with about 1.3 million people dying each year on the world's roads and between 20 and 50 million sustaining non-fatal injuries.

Taking a proactive stance towards road safety is the Land Transportation Office in Bicol, under the leadership of Regional Director Atty. Noreen San-Luis Lutey.

For year, San Luis-Lutey has rallied for road safety education, stressing that it should be introduced as early as the formative elementary years, because it is the youth who will one day become road users.

Under the Students Today, Road Users Tomorrow program, the Regional Director partners with schools and the private sector to educate the public on road laws and general road safety tips.

Road accidents are common, but they are also preventable if proper safety measures are taken into account. These include, as WHO says, following traffic rules, controlling speed, avoiding drinking and driving, wearing a good-quality helmet, wearing a seatbelt, and using appropriate child restraints. Access to timely and effective emergency care after traffic crashes, as well as ensuring that vehicles and road infrastructures meet high standards, are also necessary measures in preventing accidents.



Lastly, it should be underscored that road safety is not the sole responsibility of the LTO, or any other government agency. The entire community should participate in the campaign by taking to heart each person’s responsibility in keeping our roads safe.

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P1.25M worth of shabu seized in Albay


DARAGA, Albay (Bicol Standard) -- A buy-bust operation led by Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Albay at an inn in this town led to the confiscation of shabu with a street value of more or less P1.25M at around 12:10 and 1 a.m. on Friday.

Arrested were Marlon Fernandez y Llenas a.k.a “Bok Fernandez”, 40 y/o, single, a resident of Brgy. Iraya, Guinobatan, Albay; Lorraine Santiago y Casilum, 28 y/o, single, a resident of Blk 7 Lot 4 Phase 1, Antipolo City; and Elmeph Conciado y Calimutan, 37 y/o, married, a resident of No. 17 Sinuna Village, Brgy. Mambugan, Antipolo City who were at Room 61 of the inn; and Josdm Tabuena y Bartolata Jr a.k.a “Third”, 55 y/o, married, a resident of No. 33 First Park Subd., Brgy. Sagpon, Daraga, Albay; Jan Mark Rapisura y Balguma a.k.a “Matik”, 32 y/o, a residents of Brgy. Travesia, Guinobatan, Albay; Jomel Dela Cruz y Orpiada, 21 y/o, single, a resident of Brgy. Dunao, Ligao City, who were at Room 49 of the same location.

PDEA was able to recover around 300 grams of shabu, buy-bust money, and other non-drug items.

Presently, the suspects are under the custody of the PDEA.
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DepEd under Briones administration gains highest approval rating in latest Pulse survey


The latest Pulse Asia Ulat ng Bayan Survey revealed that the Department of Education (DepEd) enjoyed the highest approval rating under the leadership of Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones.

During the Briones administration, DepEd’s year-on-year approval rating – 83% in March 2017 and 84% March 2018 – has reached the highest levels since 2005 and significantly gained traction since the Education chief introduced several reforms.

“This is definitely a notable result; it means that our efforts to deliver our mandate for the learners, teachers, and stakeholders are paying off. It means that quality basic education is reaching more learners, in and outside formal school, is becoming more relevant to their aspirations, and is improving their chances at better opportunities in life,” Education Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones said.

The awareness and performance survey was conducted between March 23 and 28, with a sample size of 1,200 respondents from the National Capital Region (NCR), Balance Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, and with a ± 3 margin of error.

The current rating constitutes high performance approval of DepEd across areas, gender, and socio-economic class.

Part of Secretary Briones’s agenda is to ensure that out-of-school children and youth (OSCY), as well as adult lifelong learners, are brought back into the fold of education. Since the Secretary assumed office, the Department has intensified its efforts to provide them with better access to quality basic education.

The Philippine Statistic Authority’s (PSA) Annual Poverty Indicators Survey (APIS) describes OSCY as “family members six to 14 years old who are not attending formal school; and family members 15 to 24 years old who are currently out of school, not gainfully employed, and have not finished college or post-secondary course.”

The 2017 APIS yielded that of the estimated 39.2 million Filipinos six to 24 years old, 9% or 3.6 million were OSCY – a reduction from the 10% OSCY among 39 million Filipinos aged six to 24 as registered by the 2016 APIS.

In the 2016 APIS, high cost of education/financial concern ranked second at 20.2% as a reason for the OSCY’s non-attendance of school. In the 2017 APIS, financial difficulty dropped to third place and the number of OSCY citing it as a reason for being out of school declined to 17.9%.

“We have pushed for the full implementation of the K to 12 Basic Education Program and with it are programs that will ensure inclusiveness. We have Balik-Aral for returning learners, and we have the Senior High School (SHS) that equips basic education learners with further knowledge and skills needed for competency in the 21st century,” the Education chief stated.

The Secretary further noted that with the SHS Voucher Program (SHS VP) and Education Service Contracting (ESC), more learners are able to pursue basic education in private schools despite difficulty in finances: “More than subsidies, these programs reflect the government’s commitment to helping ensure that more Filipino children have access to quality education, have the capacity to stay in school, and have equal chances at improving their lives and contributing to the development of the country.”

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Salvage victim found dumped at San Fernando, CSur roadside


NAGA CITY (Bicol Standard) – The dead body of a woman approximately 20 to 30 years old was discovered dumped along the roadside near Baraca Bridge at Barangay Del Pilar, San Fernando, Camarines Sur on Friday morning.

Her hands and feet were bound by yellow nylon cord, Police Senior Inspector Dino Ben Regaspi said.

The victim is around 5 feet in height, of fair complexion, and was wearing white shorts and a blue T-shirt when she was found.

Investigators say that she was possibly killed somewhere else, and her cadaver was just dumped in the grassy area.

The victim is yet to be identified as of this writing.

Her body was brought to Cristo Funeral Homes in Cararayan, Naga City.

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LTO Bicol cautions public on road accidents

Photo: LTO Bicol
NAGA CITY (Bicol Standard) – Land Transportation Office Regional Director for Bicol Atty. Noreen San Luis-Lutey announced that their office is conducting a series of information dissemination about LTO laws and road safety education. 

“We have activated Oplan Balik Eskwela to minimize traffic congestion and attend to the safety of students and parents,” she explained.

“Reminding pedestrians and motorists about road safety is especially important during the opening of classes, when a surge of road accidents is often recorded,” she said.

Among the laws on which the LTO focuses are the RA 10666, an Act Providing Road Safety of Children aboard Motorcycles and RA 10054 known as the Motorcycle Helmet Law.

“In addition, we are working to integrate our Students Today, Road Users Tomorrow (STRUT) campaign into the curriculum,” she told the Bicol Standard.

“STRUT is a necessary step to take in the name of safety. We are excited to see the program in all schools in the country for safer roads,” she said.

Just this week, road accidents were recorded in the towns of Milaor, Pasacao, Bula, Nabua, and Pili in Camarines Sur alone in two days’ time.

In Naga City, a second grader died after being hit by a car near the school premises on Thursday.
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Bordado ousted as CBSUA OIC


PILI, Camarines Sur (Bicol Standard) –The Board of Regents of CBSUA has voted to oust Georgina J. Bordado as Office-in-Charge (OIC) of the University during their meeting earlier on Thursday.

According to the information related to the BICOL STANDARD, the Board called for a division of the house to settle the issue regarding the controversial designation of Bordado as OIC of the said university.

Five members of the Board of Regents voted to remove Bordado as OIC while two others voted in her favor.

It will be recalled that Bordado’s appointment as President of the Central Bicol State University of Agriculture expired last April 2.

Upon the expiration of her term, she was allowed to take over as OIC in a holdover capacity, pending resolution of a legal issue that was tossed to the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to decide.

Meanwhile, it was also learned that the CHED en banc decided to allow the BOR to pass upon the issue, since it is incumbent upon them to appoint the University President.

The controversy regarding Bordado’s designation as OIC started when she applied for reappointment as University President.

The rules require that an incumbent president seeking reappointment, should not exceed the mandatory retirement age of 65 years old, and should get a double outstanding rating.

The double outstanding rating means a unanimous vote coming from the members of the Evaluation Committee, along with a unanimous vote of the members of the Board of Regents.

In the case of Bordado whose age will be more that 65 if she is given a second term as University President, she failed to obtain a unanimous vote from the members of the Board of Regents.

It was earlier reported that Engr. Henry Mabesa, Jr., who represents the faculty in the Board of Regents, and Department of Agriculture Bicol Regional Director Elena de los Santos did not vote for the reappointment of Bordado.

After Bordado was ousted as OIC of CBSUA, the BOR designated Engr. Rolando De Asis as Officer-in-Charge.

De Asis is the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Bordado’s holdover capacity designation will expire on June 15, 2018.

In a related development, the CHED en banc upheld Commission Memorandum Order (CMO) No.16 (on the double outstanding rating) as valid and legal, after the Commission’s legal opinion was sought by the Board of Regents.

During the meeting, the items that were approved during the board meeting include the opening of the search for the new President of CBSUA; and the search of the Evaluation Committee for two private sector representatives who will be appointed as members of the Board of Regents.

Before the board meeting ended, Bordado requested that she be allowed a sabbatical leave, which the board granted.
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Thursday, June 14, 2018

'Hot meat’ kinumpiscar


LEGAZPI CITY (Bicol Standard) –Kinumpiscar kan mga tawohan kan National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS) asin Opisina kan Veterinaryo digdi an maabot sa 100 na kilo nin carne na pig titinda sa saod asin stalls sa wet market na dai nagsunod sa tamang reglamento kan gobierno.

Segun sa pahayag ni Dr. Emmanuel Estipona, an Veterinaryo kan ciudad, naglibot an saindang mga tawohan tangani na verificaron an report na may mga para tindang carne na dai nag susunod kan standard na pig boboot kan gobierno.

An kadaklan kan mga kinumpiscar mga carneng orig asin manok hale sa dakulang mall asin sa nagkapirang mga stall sa mercado publiko.

Ipinahayag ni Dr. Estipona na an pigbalgang ley iyo an Republic Act No. 10536 (Meat Inspection Code of the Philippines), na nagsasabi na an internal na temperature para sa mga “frozen meat," dapat sa pag oltanan kan saro hasta limang degrees Centigrade, para dai tamaan nin bacteria.

Segun pa sa opisyal, nagkapirang beses na sindang nagpatanid sa mga nagtitindang carne na sunodon nin maray an pig boboot kan ley ta kun dai, seguradong kukumpiscaron ini kan saindang mga tawohan.

An mga nakumpiscar na mga carne dinara sa sarong lugar para ilubong, tanganing dai na pakinabangan.
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Gov. Pimentel heeds gripes of CNorte trike drivers, operators vs TRAIN law



DAET, Camarines Norte (Bicol Standard)—Gov. Jonah Pimentel has assured the Camarines Norte Federation of Tricycle Operators and Drivers Association (CANFETODA) of his support after the group aired their concern over the effects of the TRAIN Law on tricycle operators.

In the 92nd Regular Session of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan earlier this week, CANFETODA President Benito Ilan sought the help of the SP to address the issues affecting their group.

According to Ilan, the Bureau of Internal Revenue’s requirement of P150 daily from the tricycle operators’ group is too burdensome, as their earnings are meager and largely insufficient to meet the requirement.

This, he said, is on top of the P500 annual registration fee.

He further explained that the BIR has announced that those who do not make it to the June 30 deadline for the Income Tax Return will be charged with a penalty.

In response, the Sangguniang Panlalawigan said that the fees were not imposed arbitrarily.

However, the concerns of the tricycle operators’ group should also be given consideration, especially because their livelihood is affected.

Heeding these concerns, Gov. Pimentel said he will provide lawyers who will attend to the requests of the CANFETODA.

Meantime, the Sangguniang Panlalawigan assured its support by stating that it will pass a resolution recognizing the concerns of the transport group.

In a related development, President Rodrigo Duterte recently said that suspending or scrapping the TRAIN Law will undermine the delivery of basic services.

The TRAIN Law, it would be noted, has been receiving backlash and blame for the rising prices of commodities.

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Naga City pupil dies after being hit by car


NAGA CITY (Bicol Standard) A 7-year-old grade 2 pupil was accidentally hit by a Toyota Vios car driven by Camaligan, Camarines Sur Municipal Councilor and teacher Diony Jacob Dematera.

The victim, identified as Jeana Margaux Balintisayo, a pupil of Sta. Cruz Elementary School, was pronounced dead at NICC Hospital following the incident at 12:20 p.m. at Bayawas St., Barangay Sta. Cruz.

The police said the driver surrendered after the incident, a school zone area.

The school is adjacent to the barangay hall and tanod outpost of Barangay Sta. Cruz.

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Task Force 'Bicolandia' to also protect region tourism industry


By Priam Nepomuceno

MANILA -- Aside from humanitarian assistance and disaster relief missions (HADR), the Joint Task Force "Bicolandia" was activated to protect the Bicol Region's thriving tourism industry.

However, this does not mean that the area is infiltrated with communist rebels and other threat groups, Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) public affairs office chief Col. Noel Detoyato said Tuesday.

"(The rebels are weak there but) one or two people can create gulo (trouble which could affect the tourism industry of the entire region)," Detoyato stressed.

He added that Joint Task Force "Bicolandia" was formed with anti-terrorism, HADR missions in mind.

"(Joint Task Force 'Bicolandia' was formed for) anti-terrorism and HADR (work) pero lamang ang HADR dun dahil laging may (natural disasters in the Bicol Region)," Detoyato stressed.

He also said the unit aims to integrate air, sea, and land units in the area to fully secure the entire Bicol Region with its six provinces, including the offshore island provinces of Masbate and Catanduanes.

Joint Task Force "Bicolandia" was activated last June 11 and will be headed by 9th Infantry Division commander Major Gen. Jesus Manangquil, Jr.

The unit will be under the direct command and supervision of Southern Luzon Command chief Lt. Gen. Danilo Pamonag, Detoyato added.

"'Bicolandia' will perform the vital task of protecting from security threats the region's budding economic landscape, vast agricultural sector, and popular tourist hubs, as well as in orchestrating joint operations in response to emergency situations," he stressed.

It will take under its helm the entire 9th Infantry Division supported by the Tactical Operations Group 5 and the Naval Forces Southern Luzon. (PNA)
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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

AFP activates Joint Task Force 'Bicolandia'


By Priam Nepomuceno

MANILA -- The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) formally activated its Joint Task Force "Bicolandia" Monday in line with the ongoing efforts to secure the entire Bicol Region.

Col. Noel Detoyato, AFP public affairs office chief, said the move aims to integrate air, sea, and land units in the area to fully secure the entire Bicol Region, including the offshore island provinces of Masbate and Catanduanes.

"The formal activation of the Joint Task Force 'Bicolandia' is a clear indication of our persistence to usher in the best improvements for the AFP and is a concrete step that we have taken to further fortify the quest of the AFP, particularly the Southern Luzon Command, to bring and sustain peace and security in the Bicol Region," AFP chief-of-staff Gen. Carlito Galvez, Jr. said during Monday's activation ceremonies.

Joint Task Force "Bicolandia" will be headed by 9th Infantry Division commander Major Gen. Jesus Manangquil, Jr. It will take under its helm the division and supported by the Tactical Operations Group 5 and the Naval Forces Southern Luzon.

The unit will be under the direct command and supervision of Southern Luzon Command chief Lt. Gen. Danilo Pamonag, Detoyato added.

"'Bicolandia' will perform the vital task of protecting from security threats the region's budding economic landscape, vast agricultural sector, and popular tourist hubs, as well as in orchestrating joint operations in response to emergency situations," he stressed. (PNA)

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SC condemns killing of Judge Begino



Senior Associate Justice and Acting Chief Justice Antonio T. Carpio has condemned in the strongest possible terms the killing of Presiding Judge Ricky Begino of the MCTC of San Jose-Lagonoy, Camarines Sur.

In a statement this morning, he said he extends condolences to the bereaved family and calls on the authorities concerned to take all necessary steps with all deliberate speed to do justice for Judge Begino by filly investigating his killing.

Meantime, Sen. Chiz Escudero also gave the following statement: "I condemn in the strongest possible words the killing of Camarines Sur MCTC Judge Ricky Begino. I call on the PNP to immediately bring to the bar of justice the perpetrators of this dastardly act. This cannot and should not be allowed to pass!"

Begino was shot in Presentacion, Camarines Sur Tuesday afternoon near his residence.


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Suspect in Judge Begino slay falls



NAGA CITY (Bicol Standard) – The principal suspect in the murder of 50-year-old Municipal Trial Court Judge Ricky Begino was arrested this morning in Presentacion, Camarines Sur.

This was relayed to the Bicol Standard by Agnes Begino, the younger sister of the victim.

The 73-year-old suspect Wilfredo Armea y Bruzo shot the presiding judge of MTC San Jose and Lagonoy at close range at around 5 p.m. Tuesday at Zone 3, Barangay Sta. Maria.

Agnes Begino said the judge was about to send off his wife who was going to Naga City when he was spotted by the suspect.

Armea, according to witnesses, approached the judge from behind with a concealed gun and immediately shot him.

Judge Begino was hit in the back of his body. The bullet penetrated his spinal column and exited through his neck.

Stunned, several witnesses responded by throwing stones at the suspect, who retaliated by firing gunshots in their direction.

Said witnesses tried calling for help from the municipal government, who said that their ambulance was unavailable.

The family decided to borrow an ambulance from Lagonoy, which is around an hour away from Presentacion.

At that point, the judge had already lost a lot of blood.

He was rushed to NICC Hospital in Naga City for medical attention. However, he expired at around 7:30 pm.

Meantime, the police tried to get hold of the suspect and were able to finally arrest him earlier today.

Motive

The Begino family clarified that the land dispute, which was earlier reported to be the motive of the shooting, has been settled for years.

Another angle they are considering is that allegedly, the suspect was seeking the judge’s help in a case, which is pending in court.

No details, however, on said case are available as of this writing.

Well-loved

Netizens from all over Bicol took to Facebook to express their condolences, saying that the judge was well-loved, impartial, and humble.

They recalled how Judge Begino was a working student who served as a mailman all throughout his law school years at University of Nueva Caceres.

He was the former president of the Municipal Trial Court Judges Association in Camarines Sur.

His remains are currently in Funeraria Imperial along Penafrancia Avenue, Naga City.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

FLASH | MTC Judge Begino, binadil; binawian nin buhay


NAGA CITY (Bicol Standard) – Binawian nin buhay si MTC Judge Ricky Begino, segun sa informasyon na naguno kan Bicol Standard sa NICC, ngonian pa sana.

Sabi sa report ni Oscar Esmenda kan BBS FM nawaran nin hinangos an huwes alas 8:30 nin bangui, sa emergency room kan nasambit na hospital.

Si Judge Begino binadil kasubagong hapon, sa Zone 3, Brgy. Sta Maria, Presentacion, Camarines Sur, alas 5:00 nin hapon.

Siya an MTC Judge sa San Jose, Lagonoy asin Presentacion, Camarines Sur.

An nagbadil sa huwes iyo si Wilfredo Armea kan nasambit na banwaan.

Sa inisyal na report, an suspechadong si Armea may piglalamag na lalaki na luminaog sa harong ni Begino.

Pagbukas kan pwerta, pinaputok tulos kan suspechado an badil, asin an tinamaan an huwes.

May tama siya nin bala sa liog asin sa lawas.

Pighahanap pa kan mga autoridad an suspechado sa oras na sinusurat an baretang ini.
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2ng tawo binadil sa Tamban Port, Tinambac, CSur


NAGA CITY (Bicol Standard) –Duwang tawo an irido kan badilon sinda sa Tamban Port, sa Brgy. Tamban, Tinambac, Camarines Sur.

Dai nabisto an nag-gibo kan krimen.

Mientrastanto, an mga biktima iyo sinda Freddie Basallote asin Ana Marie De Leon.

An mga imbestigador nagsabi na an mga biktima nagtutukaw sa motorsiklo kan sinda badilon kan dai bistong lalaki.

Idinalagan sa hospital an mga biktima para ipabulong.

Napapadagos pa an imbestigasyon kan kasong ini.

An suspechado nagdulag pasiring sa dai madeterminaran na lugar.
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Mga suspechado sa Aroroy massacre, kinasohan


LEGAZPI CITY (Bicol Standard) –Pig iimbestigaran pa ngonian kan pulis an suspechado sa pagbadil, gadan, kan limang residentes kan Aroroy, Masbate kan sarong semana.

An pulis nag-sangat na nin casong murder contra ki Nelson Asada asin lima pang mga kasapakat, na hasta ngonian dai pa nadadakop.

Sinabi sa report na hale sa Camp General Simeon Ola na may grupo nang naghahanap sa mga suspechado na pwedeng nakadulag pa pasiring sa ibang lugar.

Base sa imbestigasyon, si Asada, Rickymar Cabarles, an saiyang tugang na si Ruben, Edan Amparo asin si Vicente asin Rofena, anas may apelyedong De La Cruz, asin residentes kan Brgy. Nabongsoran, an nagpa-arak-asak nin kan saindang badil sa harong ni barangay Kapitan Leo Cabarles mantang an mga biktima nag iirinoman digdi.

An mga nagadan iyo an akin i Cabarles, na si Jeo, 21, Ariel Madrilejos, 29, Brgy. Tanod, asin Ricky Alejo, John Paul Cristobal, 19, an bagong elehidong consejal sa Sangguniang Kabataan asin si Dijie Cabarles, 31.

Segun sa report kan pulis, madali na nabisto an mga suspechado sa paagui kan mga retrato na ipinaheling sa mga testigo.

Nagluluwas na an mga biktima asin mga suspechado mag pirinsan.

Pig aaram pa an motibo kan krimen.






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Monday, June 11, 2018

Firetruck kan Paracale nawawara


DAET, CNorte (Bicol Standard) -- Nagbilog nin grupo an Provincial Fire Marshal kan Bureau of Fire Protection kan Camarines Norte na ma-imbestigar kan nawawarang firetruck kan BFP-Paracale, Camarines Norte.
Sabi ni F/Supt, Felix Lucio Guevarra Jr., nagpaluwas na siya nin Office Order na masiyasat kun ano an nangyari asin sisay an mga may dapat simbagon sa issue na ini.
An namamayo kan BFP sa Paracale iyo si SFO1 Francisco Laborte hinagadan man nin paliwanag dapit sa bagay na ini.
Hasta sa panahon na sinusurat an baretang ini mayo nin informasyon kun saen napaduman an firetruck. Hinahanap ngonian an may pangaran na Vincent, empleado kan LGU Paracale, na iyo an sinasahotan na nagkua kan awto hale sa talyer sa Daet, Camarines Norte kan Mayo 31.
An firetruck yaon sa talyer tanganing ipahirahay.
Segun ki Guevarra, igwa nan in composite sketch an pulis kan lalaki na nagkua kan awto, para maaraman kun yaon saen siya ngonian asin tanganing imbestigaran.
Idinagdag ni Guevarra na may natada pang duwang firetrucks sa BFP Paracale, na iyo an saindang reserve, en caso magkaigwa nin kasulo sa lugar.
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22 na NPA nagsuko sa Sorsogon


LEGAZPI CITY (Bicol Standard) -- 22 na mga haralangkaw na opisyal kan New People’s Army (NPA) na nag ooperar sa Sorsogon an nagsuko sa Tactical Operations Group sa Bicol headquarters.

Ini sinabi kasuodma ni Major General Jesus Manangquil Jr., an commander kan 9th Infantry Division Division kan Army.

Mayoriya kan mga nagsuko mga political officers, platoon leaders asin squad leaders na naghihiro sa Provincia kan Sorsogon.

Huli kaini, sinabi ni Manangquil na dakulang tabang ini sa pagpakaray kan paz y order kan rehiyon asin kan nasyon.

Idinagdag pa sa saiyang pahayag na nadidifisilan na ngonian an mga NPA sa pag recruit nin bagong mga miembros, mantang an mga dati nindang pag-iriba marikas na nag iina na.
Sa presente, igwa pa nin maabot sa 100 na regular na miembros an rebeldeng grupo an enot nang nag surrender.

Nagpatanid liwat si Manangquil sa mga nasa gobierno na nagsusuporta sa mga rebelde na pondohon na ninda an pagtao nin ayuda sa NPA, ta kun dai, mapipiritan na an military na ibuyagyag an saindang mga pangaran, asin pwede pa sindang ma priso.

Mientrastanto, si Brig. General Greg Almelor, an Brigade commander kan 903rd Infantry Brigade nagsabi na lagdoan na pag surrender nangyari sa esfuersos kan gobierno provincial kan Sorsogon asin iba pang nagtatabang digdi.



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