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84 WV cops
complete training

Eighty-four police non-commissioned officers in Western Visayas yesterday graduated after almost five months of training on the Public Safety Officers Candidate Course at the Regional Training School 6 in Brgy. Mansilingan, Bacolod City.

The PSOCC training is to prepare the graduates to qualify for the next higher rank as police inspector. The graduation rite was held at the Pavillon Resort Hotel in Bacolod City.

Supt. William Senoron, chief of the Regional Intelligence Unit 6, who was the guest of honor and speaker, enjoined the graduates to help improve the image of the Philippine National Police.

Of the 84 graduates, 13 of them are assigned at the Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office, police records show.

Supt. Fabiano Sudario Jr., RTS 6 director, yesterday said 427 new police officers are slated to graduate from the six-month training in the police basic course on Dec. 14, with Margarita Cojuangco, former president of the Philippine Public Safety College, as the guest of honor and speaker.*GPB

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Call center agent
held up in Bacolod

One of two men on a motorcycle held up a call center agent and took her P10,000 in cash at Rosario and Lacson streets, Bacolod City at about 6 a.m. yesterday.

Grace Gonzales, 22, of 8th-Lacson streets, Brgy. 38, told the police she had withdrawn money from the automated teller machine booth of the Banco de Oro when a man approached her.

She said the man threatened her with a bladed weapon and forcibly took her wallet, that contained her money, before escaping on riding a black motorcycle with his companion towards Lopez Jaena Street.

Gonzales, who sustained an injury on her heck, described the suspect to be slim, police reports showed.

Station 1 commander, Chief Insp. Adonis Rosales, said they already have the identities of the suspects and, in fact, they had been tailing them in the past weeks.

Rosales said the suspects, who are between 20 to 25 years-old, have four other companions. He said that they use three motorcycles in their operations and usually operate by fours.

He said the two serve as lookouts, another as spotter of their prospective victims, and the fourth as driver of the motorcycle they use to get away after carrying-out a robbery.*APN

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‘Man hangs self’

A man committed suicide by hanging himself in the toilet of his house in Brgy. Bata, Bacolod City, at about 12:45 p.m. Thursday.

Edgardo Abong, 39, of Purok Marapara, Brgy. Bata, was found hanging by his relatives who brought him to the Corazon Locsin Montelibano Regional Hospital, but he was declared dead on arrival, Bombo Radyo report said.

Abong and his wife, whose name was not disclosed, had allegedly quarreled earlier and that could have led to his suicide, reports said.

His body will be autopsied to determine if there was foul play behind his death.

Meanwhile, a man was injured when he was accidentally stabbed by his elder brother with a pair of scissors, at about 10:30 p.m. Sunday, at their house in Brgy. Pahanocoy, Bacolod City.

Station 8 chief, Senior Insp. Jerick Filosofo, identified the victim as Roberto Tahan, 23, of Purok Acasia, Brgy. Pahanocoy. He was rushed with an injury on the head and a stab wound on his stomach to an undisclosed hospital.

Initial investigation showed that his father, Roberto Tahan Sr., scolded his elder brother, Ronnie, 28, and that led to an argument between them.

Ronnie took the pair of scissors and attempted to stab his father, but instead hit the victim who was pacifying them.*NCN


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