Police files

/ 09:21 AM May 11, 2011


THE director of the Lapu-Lapu City Police Office (LLCPO) clarified that the traffic police in coordination with City Traffic Management System (CTMS) will be implementing the towing services in the city.


Senior Supt. Anthony Obenza told Cebu Daily News it is not the police and Special Weapons and Tactics (Swat) that would identify illegally parked vehicles in public roads but the traffic police with the CTMS personnel.

Obenza said the traffic police is in the charge of the task


Just recently the CTMS operations were turned over to the LLCPO. Obenza said earlier the traffic police and CTMS have the same functions and should also be taken as one unit. But the head of CTMS Frank Brazil would still be in charge of the personnel, he said./REPORTER JUCELL MARIE P. CUYOS


SHE is worried for her safety.

Because of this, Bella Ruby Santos is contemplating on leaving Cebu for Manila.

Her decision came after unidentified burglars purportedly ransacked her residence in barangay Inayagan, Naga City, last Wednesday night.

Santos, one of the primary suspects in the kidnap-murder of 6-year-old Ellah Joy Pique, lost her laptop, two digital cameras, and an iTouch—all amounting to P100,000.
The perpetrators are still unidentified, Santos said.

“I’m afraid to be alone,” she said.


Santos, along with her British partner Ian Charles Griffiths, is facing charges of kidnapping with homicide before the Cebu Provincial Prosecutors’ Office.
They were linked to the kidnap and death of Ellah Joy outside the Calajo-an Elementary School of Minglanilla town last Feb. 8./REPORTER ADOR VINCENT S. MAYOL


A MAN was killed when a vehicle ran over his body after he was thrown away from the motorcycle he was riding in barangay Damulog, Sogod town, last Monday afternoon.
A victim identified by police as a certain Eric sustained severe injuries. He was declared already dead by the attending doctor when he was brought to the Juan Dosado Memorial Hospital.

Police investigation revealed that an Isuzu Trooper (GPR-884 ) driven by Renato de Leon was on its way to Cebu City when a motorcycle driven by a certain Roldan Penote swerved on the lane of the Trooper and bumped on the vehicle. Eric who was the backrider was thrown off the mototrcycle and run over by the Trooper./CORRESPONDENT GABRIEL BONJOC

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