Police filesCebu Daily News
MAN DIES IN BIKE CRASH
A MAN died in a motorcycle crash in barangay Binlod, Argao town, southern Cebu.
Police identified the fatality as Jaymar Pangandoyon.
Police said Pangandayon was driving home when the accident occurred past 6 p.m. last Tuesday.
Police said another motorcycle driven by Jerry Lood, 47, tried to overtake Pangandayon but hit the victim’s motorcycle causing the two motorcycles to crash.
Residents in the area brought Pangandoyon to the Isidro Kintanar Memorial Hospital where he was declared dead by the attending physician.
The two motorists had no helmet on during the accident.
Lood, who was detained at the Sogod police precinct, will be charged with reckless imprudence resulting to homicide, said police./REPORTER RHEA RUTH V. ROSELL
MAN NABBED FOR MAULING BROTHER
A 23-YEAR-OLD man was arrested after he mauled his younger brother following an argument at home in barangay Umapad, Mandaue City.
Arkin Montellano also tried to attack his father Quirino, who tried to stop the mauling last Monday night, said police.
Aside from grave threats and physical injuries charges, Montellano was also charged yesterday with possession of illegal drugs after the responding policemen recovered two packs of suspected shabu from his possession during the arrest.
Police said Arkin was confronted by his younger brother who accused him of stealing his stealing cell phone.
The two brothers argued until Arkin mauled Sherwin, said police.
Quirino tried to mediate but Arkin turned his anger on him and threatened to kill him.
Quirino reported to the police that led to Arkin’s arrest.
Arkin was detained at the Opao police station./CORRESPONDENT FE MARIE D. DUMABOC
JAPANESE NATIONAL FOUND DEAD
A FEMALE Japanese National was found dead in her condominium in barangay Guadalupe, Cebu City.
Police said there were no signs of foul play in the death of Reiko Tahakashi, 63, a native of Shizuoka, Japan.
Based on her passport, the Japanese arrived in Cebu last April 23, said homicide investigator Ruth Violango.
Police said the woman had cancer.
Police said foul odor led the personnel of the condominium to the Japanese’s unit and they found her dead yesterday morning.
Police said things inside the unit were intact./CORRESPONDENT CHITO O. ARAGON