Monday, May 22nd, 2017

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DAVAO. Sun.Star Davao SuperBalita managing editor Alger Dura shows DCPO chief Ronald dela Rosa an image of the policeman who harassed Sun.Star tournament officials and employees during the 5th Sun.Star SuperBalita 9-ball Challenge and 1st National Open last Sunday. (King Rodriguez)

DAVAO. Sun.Star Davao SuperBalita managing editor Alger Dura shows DCPO chief Ronald dela Rosa an image of the policeman who harassed Sun.Star tournament officials and employees during the 5th Sun.Star SuperBalita 9-ball Challenge and 1st National Open last Sunday. (King Rodriguez)

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A YOUTH group welcomed the approval of the resolution of the Davao City Council that sought to relocate military detachments away from civilian communities and its outlying villages.

“We commend Councilors Leah Librado-Yap and Jimmy Dureza for addressing such concern through this legislation. The SP (City Council) Resolution that Librado authored and supported by Dureza was truly an urgent necessity because militarization of civilian communities is detrimental to the security and safety of the residents, especially on the holistic development of the children and the youth,” Niel Brene Lopez, regional coordinator of Kabataan Partylist, said in a statement.

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THE Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA)-Davao presented Monday before the Regional Trial Court one of the two “Ambrosio Brothers,” claimed to be notorious drug pushers, following the suspect’s arrest on November 10.

One of the agents of PDEA, who refused to be named, identified the suspect as Marconi Lim Ambrosio, 39, of Lim Street, Toril, Davao City.

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ROBBERS ransacked a house in GSIS Matina Sunday evening, carting away some P150,000 worth of items.

PO3 Roman Agor of Talomo Police Station said the victim was identified as Rody Agustin Lucero, 65, a businessman and resident of Solar Street, GSIS Heights.

In his report, Agor said Lucero left his house for a personal business transaction. When Lucero returned home, he discovered that the front door was already opened. He checked his room and discovered that a locked drawer was also forcibly opened.

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SUN.STAR Davao Management filed a complaint with the City Internal Affairs Service of the Philippine National Police against a policeman who threatened to disrupt the proceedings in the 5th Sun.Star Superbalita 9-Ball Challenge 1st National Open last Sunday at the NCCC Mall.

Ildefonso Halasan, later identified as a senior police officer 3 and a member of the Davao City Public Safety Company based in Camp Domingo Leonor, insisted on being in the restricted area of the billiard tournament around 6:30 p.m. while the finals for the national open was ongoing.

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AN EXECUTIVE is confident to reap positive turnout with the opening Saturday evening of JavaJive branch along Quirino Avenue, the first of six coffeeshop branches they are planning to open in Mindanao next year.

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THE Ateneo de Davao University Girls U-12 team defended their title, while the Girls U-14 squad upset reigning champion De La Salle University (DLSU) Zobel in the finals of the 17th Alaska Football Cup held at the Alabang Country Club in Muntinlupa City over the weekend.

Girls U-12 head coach Reynalyn Ravanes was all praises to her players Patty Francisco, Jelli Diamante, Fyc Angala, Ysabel Aquino, Julianna Raine Taojo, Lianne Co, Chiyo Jan Marasigan, Yara Varquez, Cai G. Reyes, Kyana Dimaandal, Luisa uy and Melanie Pamisa for defending the title.

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WILLIAM Galacio annexed the gold medal in the resumption of the Datba Weekly Tournament at the NCCC Mall B3 lanes on Saturday evening.

Galacio hit a total of 846 pinfalls after four games, beating George Dalayon and Al Langkuno. Dalayon garnered 771 pinfalls while Langkuno made 769.

The weekly event, organized by the Davao Tenpin Bowlers Association, serves as qualifying for the monthly finals that offers huge cash prizes and trophies to the winners.

Games will resume this weekend. (MLSA)

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GAWAD Kalinga Isang Milyong Bayani (GK1MB) staged anew a Builder’s Camp on October 26 to 28 at Gawad Kalinga Pueblo Antonio Village in Catigan, Toril, Davao City.

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DAVAO CITY — Carnapping syndicate leader Ryan Cain “Baktin” Yu is no longer in the Philippines and can now be hiding anywhere in Asia, a top city official said Sunday.

Vice Mayor Rodrigo Duterte said in his Sunday television program “Gikan sa Masa para sa Masa” that Yu flew off to Thailand earlier this month.

The vice mayor said they were furnished by the Thailand authorities a picture of Yu taken while passing through its Immigration bureau.

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