An 18-year old fraternity member was admitted in the hospital after he was stabbed by a “Crips” gang member in a disco in Barangay Kalawisan, Lapu-Lapu City last Sunday.
Arnel Bentulan of Sitio Ering Barangay Basak, Lapu-Lapu City was rushed to Lapu-Lapu City Hospital after he was stabbed in the jaw with an icepick.
Bentulan who told police that he was an Akrho member said his attacker, Marvin Amoin, 18, of barangay Kalawisan, suddenly attacked him as he was dancing inside the dance area.
Bentulan claimed that Amoin was a Crips gangmember.
Police were still looking for the suspect./Correspondent Norman V. Mendoza
Fetus in box
Police are looking for a woman left a shoe box with a fetus inside at the entrance of the Redemptorist Church in Cebu City.
Allan Aniora, 34, of the Archangel Security Agency found a plastic bag hung in the green metal railings at the left side facing the entrance door of the church at 5 a.m.
¨He (Aniora) saw there was a bloodstain, but he (Aniora) said he didn´t bother to open the box and waited for Fr. Wilfredo Quijano who celebrated the 5 a.m. Mass,¨ said PO3 Lou Pagara case investigator of the Homicide Section of the Cebu City Police Office (CCPO).
Pagara said the female fetus was estimated to be 7 to 8 months old. /Correspondent Tweeny M. Malinao
A househelper was accused of stealing at least P157,000 worth of valuables in Green Village, barangay Cansojong, Talisay City last Sunday.
Rodrigo Bagay Borox, 52, told police that it was their helper, Mariz Padin of barangay Cataban, Talibon, Bohol who stole his valuables.
Borox said he left his helper alone in his house, but when he returned he found out that he lost two gold bracelets worth P72,000, P35,000 gold necklace; P20,000 gold ring and pawnshop receipts.
Police later caught the suspect and recovered some of the items from her possession./Correspondent Gabriel C. Bonjoc.
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