This city’s 2nd District Representative Rufus Rodriguez on Wednesday (Sept. 11) advised convicts who were freed on the basis of the Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) law not to turn themselves in to authorities but instead wait for the issuance of the warrant of arrest for them so they could go back in to the correctional facility where they were detained while serving their conviction.
At least eight persons convicted of various grave crimes but were released under the Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) law in Northern Mindanao turned themselves in to authorities, the Philippine National Police-10 (PNP-10) said Tuesday.
The Catholic archbishop here, along with lawyers and journalists, are willing to take to the streets to express their indignation over the red-tagging among their colleagues.
The City Council has formed a technical working group to craft an ordinance to protect personalities in the city whose lives are endangered after being red-tagged.
The Philippine Army’s 4th Infantry Division denied during a dialogue with journalists Wednesday that they were behind the red-tagging of two journalists.
The Department of Social Welfare and Development-10 (DSWD-10) has confirmed that one of the two women arrested for illegal drugs during separate raids inside their homes in Sitio Balongis, Barangay Balulang, this city, on Wednesday (Sept. 4) is a beneficiary of the agency’s conditional cash transfer program.
Illegally manufactured tobacco products and cigarette-making machines estimated to be worth more than a billion pesos were destroyed by the Bureau of Internal Revenue in a facility in Barangay Bayabas, this City, Thursday (Aug. 22).
Donning protective suits, top local officials led the anti-dengue campaign in the City by conducting a fogging activity in one of the 10 villages with the highest number of dengue cases.
A Korean-American national was arrested by law enforcers after he was allegedly caught using “shabu” or methamphetamine, an illegal substance, inside his hotel room in Barangay Lumbia on Friday (Aug. 16).
A Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) official has asked residents affected by the fire to ponder first before taking any legal action against the elderly couple who were tagged as responsible for the conflagration.