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But the Pangalangans said the gun wielder was not in the lineup. Garcia was arrested after selling a transparent heat-sealed sachet containing methamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu to a poser buyer of PDEA3 agent, Tacio said. Confiscated from his possessions were four large sachet of shabu with an estimated weight of grams and street value of Php, Also confiscated from the suspect's possession are 10 pieces of Php bill, Tacio said.

He said that charges for the possessions of illegal drugs are being prepared for filing in court against Garcia. Local government units LGUs here tightened the security as number of policemen and barangay volunteers were deployed in cemeteries. Likewise, private cemeteries have increased the number of security guards roving inside cemeteries to ensure peace and order in observance of 'Undas'.

Traditionally, Bulakenos visit tombs of their departed loved ones every 1st of November -- rather than November 2 -- despite this day is for the commemoration of saints of the Catholic Church. Meanwhile, prices of flowers further increase Saturday with increments ranging from Php30 to Php A vendor said prices of flowers will start to decline by evening. Small merchandises also built their stalls inside and outside cemeteries.

However, it was observed that prices of goods they are selling also increased even beyond suggested retail prices SRPs particularly for basic goods including candles and bottled water. Dimagiba already reminded retailers and consumers that there should be no increase in prices of goods, particularly for basic commodities.

Bulacan police director Senior Supt. Ferdinand Divina said three of the suspects died on the spot after engaging policemen in a shootout where a local resident and a police officer were wounded.

Divina said the other suspect who was driving the alleged get-away car, a Toyota Vios with plate number PN-TOK was killed after shooting it out with a pursuing police team at the Malolos Crossing in Barangay Guinhawa here. Divina said the Malolos police headed by Supt.

Arwin Tadeo earlier received information that a robbery group will conduct a heist at the said area. He said Tadeo deployed a team of intelligence operatives to the area and when the armed gangmen alighted from their car with their guns drawn, the operatives asked them to drop their firearms and yield.

However, the gangmen opened fire at them, hitting a police officer on board a police patrol vehicle, prompting the other cops to return fire. This was the second time in the city this month that armed criminals were killed in shootout with responding policemen. Last October 14, two suspected motorcycle thieves were slain in a shootout with lawmen. City Mayor Christian D. Natividad sent a strong message to crime groups that they are not welcome in this city.

Meanwhile, Governor Wilhelmino M.

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Sy-Alvarado commended the Bulacan police and the Malolos Police for their bravery and vigilance. Rita here on Monday morning. Ernesto Cruz, Guiguinto police chief, identified the wounded police officers as Supt. When the bus reached the Sta. The bus driver stopped the bus and together with the bus conductor and some passengers were able to left the bus unharmed but 13 other passengers were left inside with the hostage taker.

It was at this point that security personnel of NLEX secured the area and at the same time, called for police assistance. One of the demands was to bring members of the media. Cruz said the two officers earlier posed as mediamen but Sanchez changed his mind and instead asked for a car.

It was at this point that the male hostage managed to break lose from Sanchez who then grabbed a female passenger. The police team circled a bus and one of the passengers signaled that the auxiliary door is open. The police team managed to get inside and was able to save the female passenger. Cruz said the two police officers sustained minor wounds when they wrestled the knife from Sanchez No other passengers was hurt.

Cruz said that the suspect later told investigators that he was receiving death threats and made him to do what he did. The suspect is now under the custody of the Guiguinto police while appropriate charges are being readied for filing against him. Alvarado said that it is in this time of the year when meats are in high demand for the coming Yuletide celebrations, thus "cases of hot meat smuggling proliferate.

I thank our Task Force: The governor cited that the passage of the provincial ordinance against hot meat has given more teeth in its enforcement as well as the massive information campaign and community participation to neutralize the selling the double dead meats in the markets. Alvarado also said that the provincial government, through the PVO, has intensified its commitment to ensure healthy and safe meat consumption of every Bulakenyos as part of the celebration of Meat Safety Consciousness Week this coming October Likewise, he said they will conduct series of meat inspection with the help of PVO, Bulacan Provincial Police Office, and Provincial Public Safety Company to assure the Bulakenyos that the meat and meat products they buy are safe, fit for human consumption, and free from any contamination.

Voltaire Basinang, meanwhile, confirmed that there was a significant decrease in cases of hot meat smuggling this year compared to previous years.

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Basinang said the provincial ordinance otherwise known as the Provincial Hot Meat Ordinance, which prohibits the transport and distribution of double-dead meat, is strictly being implemented with the cooperation of the provincial government.

He also reminded everyone that vehicles carrying meats should have livestock handlers license from the Department of Agriculture and animal traders should also have veterinary health certificate from licensed veterinarians with shipping permits from the PVO. He also advised the public to look for the seal of inspection and meat inspection certificate before buying from any meat vendor.

The celebration is pursuant to the Proclamation No. Ramos, declaring every third week of October as Meat Safety Consciousness Week, which is the stepping stone of the government to fulfill a vision of a healthy and better life for every Filipino. Sy-Alvarado on Monday said the provincial government is set to seek the help of the national government to decongest the overcrowded Bulacan Provincial Jail BPJ as the number of inmates continue to swell to more than 3, when it only has a capacity to hold to detainees.

Alvarado said that the swelling of inmates at the BPJ is due to the all out campaign of the Bulacan police against crime, thus sending wrongdoers—mostly those with drug related cases—behind bars. The governor said he will bring the matter to the attention of the national government, based on the recommendation of the task force he commissioned to address the problem. Alvarado said that the task force has recommended to search for a new site-- an ideal place to build a more spacious jail where the inmates can exercise, plant vegetables, raise livestock and meditate as part of their reformation.

He said that it would entail a bigger budget to build a new penitentiary with better facilities but the present situation shows that it has to be done. Aside from looking for a new site to build a more spacious provincial jail, Alvarado also said that the task force is also considering the proposal of the Sangguniang Panglalawigan to build district jails in the four congressional districts of the province. The festival also coincides with the feast day of the Immaculate Concepcion of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the patron saint at the Basilica Minore formerly the Malolos Cathedral here.

Sy-Alvarado said that the festivity will kick-off with a flag ceremony and prayers at 7 a. He said that Sen. Colorful floats will also pass through the historic streets of Malolos from the Basilica Minore to the provincial capitol. Alvarado also said that the Singkaban Festival will also be formally opened simultaneous in the different congressional districts of the province.

The governor is inviting everyone to witness and be a part of the celebration of the grand history and colorful tradition of Bulacan. Escudero has also put to task the Philippine National Police PNP to step up its campaign to arrest the perpetrators in order to allay fears of a restive public.

Why do these things happen under the noses of our police authorities? Recent incidents of kidnap-for-ransom have been reported with the perpetrators even killing their victims, according to the senator from Bicol. Last week, Chinese-Filipino businessman Benito Chao was snatched in Bulacan and was found dead hours after. The kidnappers were reported to have asked for a Pmillion ransom but a series of negotiations by the family has brought it down to P15 million.

Just last Monday, a photo went viral showing a group of heavily-armed men appeared to be forcing passengers of one vehicle at gun point to get out while in the middle of EDSA. When police authorities arrived, they gunmen were gone. It is very disturbing. Sy-Alvarado has created a special jail oversight committee that would assess the implementation of the penitentiary guidelines and programs at the Bulacan Provincial Jail BPJ. The governor said that the provincial government is determined to improve the jail facilities and to develop standards for jail operations in line with the noble crusade of the institution to enhance and strengthen its reliability.

He also said that the provincial government, BPJ and the Five Pillars of Justice work hand-in-hand in the criminal investigation and immediate movement of the cases of almost 3, prisoners incarcerated in the provincial jail. Meanwhile, BPJ warden Lt. Pepito Plamenco, together with the committee head, provincial administrator Eugenio Payongayong have examined the penitentiary guidelines and assessed the implementation of additional security measures such as the Task Force Droga and Task Force Magdalena that are against the entry of illegal drugs and prostitution in the jail premises.

He also said that they conduct livelihood trainings like the abaca and buntal hat weaving that serves as the source of income of the inmates for their SSS Alkansya Program. He said that there are also regular lectures and seminars on drug rehabilitation, dental and medical missions, sports activities and worship programs intended for the inmates.

The governor, meanwhile, is encouraging all sectors of the provincial government to support the ongoing enhancement of the provincial jail.

Jovito Palparan was reset by the court Monday next week pending the hearing of the two motions filed by the lawyer of the controversial military officer last Friday. Militant groups and pro-Palparan supporters were again present at the Bulawagan ng Katarungan compound here. A phalanx of government security forces, including civil disturbance units of the Bulacan Police Provincial Office, were also deployed to prevent tension and untoward incident, according to Bulacan police director Senior Supt.

Palparan said he is requesting the court to transfer him to the custody of the Armed Forces of the Philippines AFP where he said he will safer. He said he is more comfortable there because he and the AFP has common enemy -- the Communist Party of the Philippines.

Palparan was committed to the BPJ after Judge Gonzales junked his earlier motion to stay detention at the National Bureau of Investigation NBI shortly after he was arrested and presented in court more than a week ago. In filing the motion to quash information, Palparan said that they are requesting the court to conduct preliminary investigation because the kidnapping with serious illegal detention is wrong.

He explained that the allegation that he kidnapped the two students was filed when he was still in active military service. He said that the case of kidnapping should not be filed to an active member of the military but only to individual citizen. Palparan also said that there was no ransom money demanded based to the testimonies of the families of the missing UP student, thus, there is no case of kidnapping. Palparan said he is requesting the court to transfer him to the custody of the Armed Forces of the Philippines AFP where he said he will be safer.

Aside from this, Palparan said that the SWAT team from the Philippine National Police assigned to secure him has other important obligations in the maintenance of peace and order.

He said that the case of kidnapping should not be filed against an active member of the military but only against individual citizens. Palparan also said that there was no ransom money demanded based on the testimonies of the families of the missing UP student, so there is no case of kidnapping.

Aurora Governor Gerardo A. The activity was highlighted with the giving of recognition to deserving PNP personnel and best units in the region as well as special awards to local government officials, AFP counterparts and civilian sectors, including the tri-media who have contributed vastly to the upliftment of PNP-PRO3.

The awardees for best police units include the following: Noveras, in his message, lauded the men and women of PRO3 for continuously doing their jobs efficiently. In Macau, cases have been reported. During the video call, the victim is enticed to get naked and provoked to perform lewd acts in front of the web camera which are, unknowingly, recorded by the syndicate. After capturing sufficient lewd video footages, the call will be terminated. Thereafter, the victim will receive threatening messages in Facebook that the videos will be posted in his wall or sent to his friends and relatives unless he shells out cash to the suspect.

Ferdinand Divina, Bulacan PNP provincial director, said seized from six separate houses being used by the syndicate were 13 laptops, several cellphones, passports, pocket wi-fi devices, several storage and network devices and at least 11 motor vehicles. Goya is a colloquial term among gays meaning chocolates, sweets, to allure prospective and gullible male-victims who are easily attracted to sexy Facebook accounts.

According to Kwan, the syndicate has already been in operation even prior to the passage of the cybercrime law in the country.

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This is how old residents in this historic town describe the mystical beauty of the mountains of Biak-na-Bato and its pristine crystal clear rivers. These legends and tall tales cropped-up anew after seven tourism students of the Bulacan State University died when they were swept away by raging waters cascading from the mountains while trekking the pristine but dangerous river Tuesday last week.

Residents in the area said that this was not the first time that the river claimed the lives of people. Ineight youths also died while exploring the scenic river.

Like the tragic incident that befell the ill-fated tourism students last week, the victims in were also swept away by the sudden avalance of raging waters from the mountains. Franista said he still remembers the warnings of his grand parents. The make-up classes on the other hand were useful for both male and female participants as we were given basic tips on how to look presentable in the workplace or at meetings. My classmates and I loved this so much that after part 2, we just remained seated still trying to rethink everything discussed.

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We learned to reflect and look within, we learned to dig deeper and understand why certain things made us react in certain ways. Here we were able to critique ourselves and our friends for self-improvement. We also had movement and theater classes where we learned how to use our eyes, face and body to send out certain messages.

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