Woman wanted for murder in Cotabato falls

Woman wanted for murder in Cotabato falls KIDAPAWAN CITY (MindaNews / 13 January) — Authorities nabbed on Friday a 48-year old woman who has been wanted for murder in Magpet, North Cotabato. Senior Inspector Jay Calderon, deputy provincial chief of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) Cotabato, identified the accused as Myrna Apang-Cristobal. Cristobal, her […].....»»

Category: newsSource: mindanews mindanewsJan 13th, 2018

Suspect in several frustrated homicide cases falls in North Cotabato

KIDAPAWAN CITY (MindaNews / 19 Feb) – Police arrested Sunday a farmer wanted for several frustrated homicide cases in Magpet, North Cotabato. The suspect was identified as Jonathan H. Allarse, 46, of Barangay Manobisa in Magpet. He is facing a case of multiple frustrated homicide at the Regional Trial Court Branch 17 in Kidapawan City. […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsFeb 19th, 2018

2 murder suspects fall in Batangas

CAMP Gen Malvar, Batangas -- A man and a woman, who are both wanted for murder, were arrested last Tuesday at 5 p.m. in Bgy. San Miguel, Bauan town, provincial police PIO chief Insp. Hazel P. Luma-ang said. A report to Batangas police director Senior Supt. Alden Bacarra Delvo by….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsFeb 14th, 2018

Murder suspect nabbed in date set up by Facebook ‘lady pal’

One of Marikina City's most wanted suspects was arrested on early Sunday morning after being lured into a "date'' arranged by the police via Facebook. Adrian Arellano fell for the honeytrap set up by an undercover officer who pretended to be a woman online, befriended him on social media and later professed having "a huge crush on him," according to Senior Supt. Roger Quesada, the Marikina police chief. The 30-year-old Arellano was the subject of an arrest warrant issued by Judge Acerey Pacheco of Marikina Regional Trial Court Branch 165 in connection with the murder of Jerome Licuanan, 35, in January 2017. Police believed that the suspect, who was also on their watch list of su...Keep on reading: Murder suspect nabbed in date set up by Facebook ‘lady pal’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 22nd, 2018

Woman in PDEA drug watchlist falls in Maquindanao

          COTABATO CITY---A woman allegedly under the watchlist of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) for peddling prohibited drugs was arrestedon Thursdayin Barangay Semba, Datu Odin Sinsuat town in Maguindanao province.   Director Juvenal Azurin, PDEA regional director in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), said joint police and anti-narcotic agents arrested Vicky Sangkigay, 47, inside her house at past1 p.m.Thursdaybased on a search warrant issued by the local court.   Seized from Sangkigay's home were about 50 grams of shabu with an estimated market value of P75,000, a Bushmaster rifle, 10 assor...Keep on reading: Woman in PDEA drug watchlist falls in Maquindanao.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 14th, 2017

Frustrated murder suspect falls after 10 years in hiding

ROXAS CITY, Capiz – Police arrested on Dec. 7, 2017 a farmer from Tapaz, Capiz long wanted for the crime of frustrated murder. Cops spotted Henry Fernandez, 53, of Brgy. Acuña, Tapaz while walking at the public market of Tapaz. The warrant for his arrest was issued by Regional Trial Court Branch 20 Judge Ignacio […] The post Frustrated murder suspect falls after 10 years in hiding appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsDec 8th, 2017

Viola Davis’ nonnegotiable cosplay deal

"How to Get Away With Murder" actress Viola Davis is fine with her daughter, Genesis Tennon, playing dress-up as any of her heroines, on one condition---she has to keep her hair the way it is. Davis told Yahoo Lifestyle that she didn't want her 6-year-old kid "to grow up wanting someone's everything." The actress disclosed, "I say [to her], 'You gotta wear your hair exactly the way it is. You can be Wonder Woman, but you gotta be Wonder Woman with your hair. You can be Elsa...with your hair.'" On Instagram last June, she posted a photo of Genesis as a toddler, in a Wonder Woman costume and sporting an afro. "She wanted to keep her 'fro. #WonderWoman! We're ready," the gid...Keep on reading: Viola Davis’ nonnegotiable cosplay deal.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 19th, 2017

Beyoncé’s Gown at the Wearable Art Gala Took 10 Days to Create

Expect nothing less when Beyonc and her family steps out for an event---this time for the Wearable Art Gala hosted by her mother Tina Knowles and Richard Lawson with the theme Waco to Wakanda (yes, that's a Black Panther reference.) Beyonc stole the show and arrived in a gold custom gown designed by Falguni and Shane Peacock. "We wanted to create an art statement, taking inspiration from the Nubian warrior queen [Amanishakheto]. We felt it was the perfect inspiration when designing for such a strong woman like Beyonc," said the designers. We couldn't agree more! The designers shared that the metallic cutouts on the body of her dress were inspired by the armor of the Nubian ...Keep on reading: Beyoncé’s Gown at the Wearable Art Gala Took 10 Days to Create.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 19th, 2018

Southern Police District’s most wanted falls

MANILA, Philippines — The Southern Police District’s No. 3 most wanted man was arrested in Taguig City yesterday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 18th, 2018

Man wanted for homicide falls after 18 years in hiding

ROXAS CITY, Capiz—A man who is wanted for the crime of homicide was arrested by the police after 18 years in hiding. The police of Pilar, Capiz arrested Jesus Delaos, 74, at his house in Brgy. Dulangan Pilar, Capiz on morning of March 15, 2018. The arrest warrant issued by Regional Trial Court Judge Regelio Amador […] The post Man wanted for homicide falls after 18 years in hiding appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsMar 16th, 2018

Ex-cop turned alleged drug ring chief falls

MANILA, Philippines — A former policeman, Quezon City’s most wanted man, was arrested at his home in Barangay Salvacion on Tuesday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 15th, 2018

Ex-cop turned alleged drug ring chief falls

MANILA, Philippines — A former policeman, Quezon City’s most wanted man, was arrested at his home in Barangay Salvacion on Tuesday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 15th, 2018

Babysitter can’t see boyfriend, strangles boy – prosecutors

BRUSSELS, Belgium --- A young woman babysitting her four-year-old brother has gone on trial accused of strangling him because she was angry that she could not see her boyfriend, a court in Belgium heard on Monday. An Italian-Moroccan woman identified as Bouchra F., who is now 20 but was aged 17 when the boy died in 2015, denies murder and is backed by her parents who say she would "not have laid a finger" on him, Belgian media reported. She was looking after her younger brother on the first day of the school summer holidays while her parents were working in the Brussels suburb of Berchem-Saint-Agathe. Bouchra, whose family moved to Belgium from Italy in 2012, exchanged mobil...Keep on reading: Babysitter can’t see boyfriend, strangles boy – prosecutors.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 13th, 2018

DOC VOLLEYBALL: Halfway to Greatness

UAAP Season 80 women's volleyball continues to prove itself as the most unpredictable season in recent history. With a good mix of key losses as well as additions across the board for all competitors, the league is at an all out rock-paper-scissors slugfest. Though the current standings clearly represent a quintessential Bell Curve, Season 80 maintains its unpredictability as evidenced by teams upsetting each other. In addition, the sheer number of five-set matches so far is an indication how tight the competition is this season. UE Lady Warriors: 1 - 6 Despite initial concerns about the leave of head coach Francis Vicente, the UE Lady Warriors surprised the league with their maiden win at the expense of the season’s Dark Horse, the Adamson Lady Falcons. Under the mentorship of multi-awarded UE High School coach Rod Roque, the Lady Warriors were able to play their best game so far this season. For that particular win against the Lady Falcons, Coach Roque’s game plan was just to encourage the team to play carefree and enjoy as he is just taking over a team he has never handled. It is a given that UE is a team brimming with potential. They have decent size as well as a good number of seasoned veterans in Shaya Adorador and Kat Arado, who have not been maximized unfortunately. The handover to Coach Roque might just be the much-needed break for UE as they have found new confidence moving on to the second round making them more threatening to upset more teams. UST Golden Tigresses: 2 - 5 Considered to be one of the main contenders based on their pre-season performance, the UST Golden Tigresses have fallen short of expectations as a series of early key injuries has prevented the team from playing to full capability. Ending the first round with two successive disheartening losses against the UP Lady Maroons and old time rivals FEU Lady Tamaraws, UST is pressed to turn around their performance to keep their Final Four dreams alive. UST’s offensive threat from the wings cannot be underestimated as they have league top scorer Cherry Rondina from the left and power player Dim Pacres from the right. However, what the team still lacks is the offensive and defensive threats from the middle reminiscent of the days of Mary Jean Balse and Maika Ortiz. As long as the middles are not generating enough points off the quick or slide attack, the team is expected to continue struggling against better blocking teams through the second round as Rondina continues to be in the spotlight. UP Lady Maroons: 2 - 5 All hopes were high for the UP Lady Maroons to finally break in once again to the Final Four this season under new foreign coach Godfrey Okumu. The squad however kicked off season 80 disappointingly far from their stellar 4-0 run last season. Despite setter Ayel Estranero showing more mastery over shoot sets to the wings and Tots Carlos sporting more power in her attacks, the team has struggled with their floor passing to severely limit their offense set up. Much like UST, UP has yet to show breakout performances from the middles as they continue to struggle getting the first pass consistently to the setter. Much to their credit though, Coach Okumu has adjusted to their struggles by utilizing different patterns for their passing system as well as even going for a 6-2 set-up just to tap into Estranero’s floor play. The gamble proved successful with their win over UST and this system might be their solution to bounce back this second round. Adamson Lady Falcons: 3 - 4 The return of veterans Mylene Paat and Fhem Emnas as well as the addition of transferee Eli Soyud were clear indications that the Lady Falcons this season won't be their former pushover status. True enough, the team started the season strong with massive victories against top seeded teams such as FEU and DLSU as well as trouncing UP in straight sets. Given that head coach Air Padda has much more utility with addition of new seasoned players, the team still lacks consistency as evidenced by their poor passing performance in their game against UST and the error-laden upset by UE to end the first round. Technically, Padda’s passing and transition defense patterns are the most efficient but a lack of more aggressive serving (i.e. fast, flat, well-placed floaters) as well as their tendency to commit individual unforced errors limit the team from winning more games they are undeniably capable of. Ateneo Lady Eagles: 4 - 3 After a concerning opening for the second-seeded team, the Ateneo Lady Eagles managed to go on a four-game win streak midway to still maintain a spot in the top four so far. The team’s three losses were notably against the three tough-serving teams: FEU, DLSU, and NU. The glaring inefficiency in the passing department has been the Lady Eagles’ exploited weakness as evidenced by the barrage of aces DLSU let out in their recent match. Relative to other teams, Ateneo’s offense is not composed of power hitters. As such, the team runs fast and well-placed attacks that heavily rely on efficient first ball to circumvent the opposing block and floor defense. Unless the team manages to remedy their passing and defense patterns, setter Deanna Wong would continue to be forced to do bump sets that are not ideal for non-power hitters making it harder for the team to run the offense. FEU Lady Tamaraws: 5 - 2 The FEU Lady Tamaraws continue to live up to pre-season expectations as one of the top contenders this season. Despite early expectations that Queen Tamaraw Bernadette Pons will have the spotlight in the scoring department, the squad has proven that it's not a one- woman show through commendable ball distribution by setter Kyle Negrito. The team has also proven to be dominant in the serving department as evidenced by their dismantling of weaker passing teams NU, Ateneo, and UST. The combination X-play continues to be the team’s bread and butter offense but its reliance on consistent excellent passing might be a concern against better serving teams like La Salle moving forward to the second round. De La Salle Lady Spikers: 5 - 2 The Lady Spikers continue to prove their defending champion status despite the loss to current top seed NU and the upset by league dark horse Adamson. Despite not being considered as crafty as her predecessor Kim Fajardo, setter Michelle Cobb does her job well in running the offensive set-up for basic plays. Perhaps where the setting falls short is the lack of maximization of Queen Spiker Majoy Baron as she has yet to produce outputs comparable to last season. In line with that, the defending champions have yet to be seen utilizing more back row attacks as added offensive options on transition defense since the left wing is almost always their option on a sub-optimal first ball. NU Lady Bulldogs: 6 - 1 The long developmental process of the Lady Bulldogs is coming into fruition under the new mentorship of coach Babes Castillo. With a roster of seasoned veterans and decent size, the Lady Bulldogs have all the artillery to finally claim the crown. Their lone loss under the hands of the Lady Tamaraws could be well attributed to the fact that Queen Bulldog Jaja Santiago could be mitigated in the middle with well placed aggressive serves. The challenge then for NU moving on to the second round is how to be able to still maximize Santiago in the frontline in the onset that she is relegated to mere decoy status due to a sub-optimal first ball.    .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 6th, 2018

For engaged couple Iza and Ben, planning their wedding not yet a priority

  I wanted to say, 'I'm still busy trying to save the world. Can I get back to you on that?'" That's what actress Iza Calzado would like to say to people who keep asking her specific details about her wedding to British fianc Ben Wintle. "It gets annoying sometimes," admitted Iza at a recent media gathering to promote the 2nd Women Leadership Conference on March 10 at the Blue Leaf Events Place in McKinley Hill, Taguig City. The event is organized by She Talks Asia, of which Iza is a cofounder. "I want to tell people that 'maybe I'm just not that kind of woman; maybe I've always been career-driven.' We've been looking for a wedding planner for the longest time. Of co...Keep on reading: For engaged couple Iza and Ben, planning their wedding not yet a priority.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 3rd, 2018

Korean wanted for fraud falls

MANILA, Philippines — A South Korean man, who reportedly headed a telephone fraud scam syndicate in his country, was arrested by Bureau of Immigration agents.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 26th, 2018

Sigma’s most wanted falls

ROXAS CITY, Capiz – Police arrested the No. 3 most wanted person of Sigma, Capiz evening of Feb. 21, 2018 at Sitio Sinamongan, Barangay Bangon-bangon. Police identified the suspect as Ramil Alicante, 43, of Barangay Bangon-bangon who is facing charges for violation of Republic Act 10951 (Comprehensive Law on Firearms and Ammunition and Regulation Act). […] The post Sigma’s most wanted falls appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsFeb 23rd, 2018

Las Piñas No. 1 most wanted falls anew

          The No. 1 most wanted criminal of Las Pias was arrested again on Wednesday just barely few months after serving his jail term for another crime.   Suspect Kenneth Cristobal was arrested by Las Pias police in a house in Basa Compound, Barangay Zapote at11:30 a.m.Police served hiswarrant of arrest for robbery issued by Judge Joselito Vibandor of Las Pias Regional Trial Court Branch 199.   During a body search, arresting officers also found five sachets of suspected crystal meth, or shabu from the suspect.   The Station Drug Enforcement Team of Las Pias, however, said Cristobal was not included on their d...Keep on reading: Las Piñas No. 1 most wanted falls anew.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 22nd, 2018

Man wanted for robbery, homicide falls

MANILA, Philippines — A man wanted for robbery and homicide in various courts in Metro Manila was arrested in Cavite before dawn yesterday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsFeb 21st, 2018

Woman survives 46 stab wounds in Caloocan robbery

          A suspected member of the notorious Sputnik Gang was arrested after he robbed and stabbed a woman at least 46 times in her apartment in northern Caloocan City on Friday.   Suspect Michael Franco, 38, will undergo inquest proceedings for charges of robbery and frustrated murder after repeatedly stabbing victim Joan Bongares, 33, first with an ice pick and then with a fork and kitchen knife.   Franco was alleged to be a member of Sputnik and was in and out of jail for several criminal charges, including robbery, said Senior Insp. Dennis Odtuhan, northern Caloocan police investigation unit chief.   Franco...Keep on reading: Woman survives 46 stab wounds in Caloocan robbery.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 17th, 2018

Mexico arrests Zetas drug cartel boss wanted in US

Mexican marines have captured a kingpin in the violent Zetas drug cartelwho had a $5-million reward on his head in the United States, authorities said on Friday.   Jose Maria Guizar Valencia, alias "Z43," was arrested on Thursday in the upscale Mexico City neighborhood of La Roma "without the use of force," the head of the National Security Commission, Renato Sales, announced in a press conference.   Guizar, who has dual US-Mexican citizenship, had several warrants out for his arrest in both countries on charges including drug and arms trafficking, organized crime, murder and kidnapping.   "He is believed to be responsible for trafficking drugs from South...Keep on reading: Mexico arrests Zetas drug cartel boss wanted in US.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 10th, 2018