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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesSaturday, March 3, 2012
Negros Oriental
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Multiple rape raps filed
versus tricycle driver

Multiple criminal charges were filed against a tricycle driver in Dumaguete City before the City Prosecutors Office, for reportedly sexually molesting a 14-year-old second year high school student.

SPO4 Josefa Lakandula, chief of the Dumaguete Police Women and Children’s Desk, said the 24-year-old suspect, whose identity the police withheld, is a resident of a rural barangay in the city, and has been charged with abduction with rape, two other counts of rape, and three counts of sexual assault, for placing other items in the genitals of the victim.

Lakandula said that what the suspect did to the girl was “not normal”, and added that the police are eyeing the possibility of letting the suspect undergo a drug test.

Solon orders probe
on ‘wrong’ broadcast


Rep. Rodolfo Biazon (Muntinlupa City, Lone District) has directed the Office of the Civil Defense in Negros Oriental, to conduct in-depth investigation on a radio program in Dumaguete City, that allegedly broadcast wrong information that caused undue panic to people in La Libertad and Guihulngan City.

Biazon, who chairs the National Defense and Security Committee of the House of Representatives, gave the order in yesterday’s oversight committee meeting at the City Session Hall in Dumaguete City.

At the meeting, Rep. Jocelyn Limkaichong (Neg. Or., 1st District) expressed her frustration over the "irresponsible broadcasters", who announced that the La Libertad town and Guihulngan City would be submerged.

Recoletos group donates
to tremor victims

Food items were donated to earthquake victims in Guihulngan City, Negros Oriental, particularly those at the Tinayunan evacuation center, by the Colegio de Sto. Tomas-Recoletos Alumni Association Inc. based in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, recently, a press release from the group said.

The P80,000 that the association had raised from its members, produced 750 packs of foodstuff like rice, noodles, sardines and bottled water, that were prepared and distributed to families at the evacuation center, in coordination with the San Carlos City Social Welfare and Development Office, it added.

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