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Teen in doc’s murder
gets 17-year sentence

A 16-year-old resident of Cadiz City, Negros Occidental, who brutally killed a prominent doctor in his house in Brgy. Alijis, Bacolod City, eight months ago, was sentenced yesterday to suffer 17 years and one day of imprisonment.

Regional Trial Court Branch 41 Judge Ray Alan Drilon sentenced the accused, whose name is being withheld as he is a minor, to 10 years and one day to 17 years and one day imprisonment for the murder of Dr. Andres Gumban.

The minor was also ordered to pay the heirs of victim Gumban P75,000 in civil indemnity.moremoremore

2 killed in bike mishap

Two persons died on the spot when their motorcycle skidded into the gutter of the highway at Alijis Road in Bacolod City at about 1 a.m. yesterday, SPO1 Dennis Perma, head of the Bacolod Traffic Authority Investigation Section, said.

Perma identified the victims as Nikki Pacantang, 22, and Romeo Cuba, 28, both of St. Vincent Subdivision, Brgy. Alijis.

The victims were on their way home after buying food when the motorcycle hit the gutter and they were both thrown off, he said.moremoremore

Farmer decapitated
over videoke noise


An argument over loud videoke music ended with the brutal killing of a rice farm owner in Brgy. Alangilan, Bacolod City, at about 9 p.m. Monday.

Alan Trajeros, 44, of Purok 18, Brgy. Alangilan had been decapitated and his right leg and arm amputated when his body was found, Station 5 chief, Senior Insp. Richee Gohee, said yesterday.

The suspects, Gary Fermalan, 28, and his brother Ricardo Fermalan, 38, of Purok 19, Brgy. Alangilan were also injured during their brawl with Trajeros and his unidentified companion, who fled after the incident, Gohee said.moremoremore

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