Police Arrested Suspect in Media Killing Attempt In Dagupan

CAMP BGEN OSCAR M. FLORENDO- The Region 1 top cop commended the members of Dagupan City Police after the arrest of a suspected gunman responsible in a foiled slay of a media practitioner in Barangay Pantal, Dagupan City, Pangasinan on August 26.

PC/Supt. Roman A. Felix, Regional Director of Police Regional Office 1 extended the commendation to P/Supt. Christopher Abrahano, Chief of Police and ordered to conduct an in-depth investigation after the arrest of a suspect identified as Rolando A. Lim Jr. alias “Ronnie/Oning.

The victim identified as Orlando “Orly” Navarro, 54 years old, married, resident of Pantal District and station manager of DWIZ FM based in the city, sustained gunshot wound on his left back and he was immediately rushed to Pangasinan Medical Center in the same barangay where he was treated and now out of danger.

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Region 1 Police Finished Motorcycle Course

CAMP BGEN OSCAR M FLRENDO- Seventy-seven members of the Region 1 police received their certificates after completing the 45-Day Motorcycle Riding Course during the graduation ceremony held at the PRO1 Grandstand.

Police Senior Superintendent Allan A. Parreño, Deputy Regional Director for Administration (DRDA) of PRO1 lauded and congratulated the 77 motorcycle riding cops as he graced the graduation rites.

He said, the MRC graduates will intensify the PRO1’s anti-criminality campaign particularly in curbing crimes perpetrated by motorcycle riding criminals operating in the region and they will be deployed as members of the Motorized-Anti-Street Crime Operatives (MASCO).

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Murders On The Road

dogsNot only people are the victim of vehicular accidents in the national roads.  And so with other living things are being run over by wheels of cars, vans, buses, and trucks.  Horrible death of these animals.  Murdered and no justice was given.

 

What are these animals?  Based on my observations, these animals are common murdered by drivers.

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8 Newly-Promoted Superintendents of PRO1 TAKE OATH

Police Chief Superintendent Roman A. Felix, Regional Director of Police Regional Office 1 administered the oath taking and donning of ranks of eight newly-promoted Police Superintendents assigned with different units and offices in PRO1 during the Traditional Monday Flag Raising Ceremony at the PRO1 Grandstand.

The 8 new Superintendents are PSupt. Randolph B. Beniat, PSupt. Leland T. Benigno, PSupt. John F. Charongen, PSupt. Joseph Rizaldy A. Dalope, PSupt. Reynaldo L. Lizardo, PSupt Marlon D. Paiste, PSupt. Roland L. Sacyat and PSupt. Medardo O. Soriano.

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Police Plant Fruit Trees

One tree planting activity that policemen participated.

One tree planting activity that policemen participated.

Around 100 seedlings of fruit-bearing trees were planted around the camp of Police Regional Office 1as part of the culmination program of the Police Community Relations Month held at the PRO1 Grandstand.

Personnel of PRO1 with the employees of National Police Commission Regional Office 1 (NAPOLCOM-RO1) joined hands in a tree planting activity as they end the month-long celebration of 19th PCR Month with the theme “Pinaigting na Samahan ng Mamamayan at Pulisya Para sa Patuloy na Kapayapaan at Kaunlaran ng Sambayanan”.

Prior to the said activity, a simple culmination program was conducted wherein NAPOLCOM-RO1 Assistant Regional Director Evangeline Almirante graced the event.

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The Kekaha Band During Sakada Era

The wind band called Kekaha Sugar Company Band.  Graciano Gadiaza was one of the player of saxophone.

The wind band called Kekaha Sugar Company Band. Graciano Gadiaza was one of the player of saxophone.

Graciano Manzano Gadiaza from Calaoan, Candon City, Ilocos Sur went to Kauai in 1929 and worked in the sugar cane plantation as sakada.  Just like other Filipino that were recruited in the Philippines from 1906 to 1945 to be part of the vast sugar cane plantation works in the islands and county of Hawaii.

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Turismo Iti Northern Philippines

 

The Santa Maria church of Ilocos Sur is one of the two World Heritage Site of the province.  A distinction of Ilocos Sur of having 2 great tourism spot.

The Santa Maria church of Ilocos Sur is one of the two World Heritage Site of the province. A distinction of Ilocos Sur of having 2 great tourism spot.

No iti pintas, buya ken pakasaritaan, adda met maiparangna.  Ngem apay ngata a maud-udi latta ti Ilocandia no turismo ti pagsasaritaan.

Iti kalkalpas Sinulog Festival ti Cebu, riwriw ti nagbuya a turista a gangganaet ken turista a local.  Maysa punto dua a milion kano ti nagturong iti Cebu tapno laeng buyaen ti naisangsangayan nga streetdancingda.  Kalkalpas met met ti Dinagyang Festival ti Iloilo City ket kaskasdi a riwriw ti nangimatang.

Ken siempre, no turismo met laeng ti pagsasaritaan, isudan ti adda iti ngato ti listaan.  Boracay, Davao, Cebu ken dadduma pay.  Uray sitayo nga adda ditoy amianan, kayattayo met mapadasan magna iti white sands ti Bora.  Kayatda agdigos idiay resorts idiay Davao.  No dadduma pay ketdin, dagiti meeting kada conference, ket idiayen ti pangipanan tapno laeng madapasanda ti rikna ti dayta a lugar.

Milion ti mapmapan a gangganaet.  Milion met laeng ti mapmapan a local tourist. Milion dayta a kuarta a busbusenda a makatulong iti negosio ken ekonomia ti maysa a lugar.

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