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School principal shoots to death teacher, husband before killing himself in Negros Occidental

/ 12:45 PM April 12, 2022
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BACOLOD CITY––A high school principal allegedly shot a teacher and her husband to death before killing himself at about 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 12, in Hinoba-an town, Negros Occidental.

Police investigation showed that principal Warren L. Escobar, 56, shot the couple at the Bilbao-Uybico National High School in Barangay Pook before taking his own life, Maj. John Ganzon said.

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Killed were senior high school teacher Alvarisa A. Arroy and her husband, Christoper, both 35 years old.

Hinobaan Mayor Ernesto Estrao said he received unconfirmed information that the principal was angry at the teacher because a complaint was lodged against him with the Office of the President.

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Escobar allegedly received a notice to explain in five days, and blamed the teacher for filing the complaint, the mayor said.

Estrao said he did not know what the alleged complaint was.

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