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Alanis Morissette loses millions in burglary: report

Alanis Morissette loses millions in burglary: report.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: interaksyon interaksyonFeb 15th, 2017

Alanis Morissette loses millions in burglary: report

Alanis Morissette loses millions in burglary: report.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsFeb 15th, 2017

Manny Pacquiao s LA home broken into while he was in Las Vegas

Just a day after Manny Pacquiao's dominant unanimous decision victory over Adrien Broner in Las Vegas, Nevada, the eight-division boxing world champion's house in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California reportedly became the scene of a crime after an apparent break-in.  ABS-CBN News' Steve Angeles was the first to report, as he discovered the police presence outside of the Pacquiao residence, Sunday evening (Monday morning, Manila time).  As Manny Pacquiao makes his way back to LA,Police are outside of his home. Apparently it’s been robbed while he was out in Vegas. Few of Manny’s advance security are now talking to investigators. pic.twitter.com/4ObQwjATVb — Steve Angeles (@StevieAngeles) January 21, 2019 Accordng to Angeles, police noticed that the house's front door was open during a routine patrol run.  The block where Manny Pacquiao’s house is, has now been roped off with police tape. Manny’s aunt is talking to investigators. Apparently the open door was spotted by police on routin patrol. This isn’t the first time this house has been broken into. pic.twitter.com/3869eYdQo1 — Steve Angeles (@StevieAngeles) January 21, 2019 The whole block was eventually cordoned off, with people being prevented from entering as investigations continue. Pacquiao and his family, who are expected to return to Los Angeles, will be heading staying somewhere else for the time being.  More of the Pacmans team members are slowly trickling in but no one is allowed to enter the home as police continue investigations. Manny and his family are most likely going to stay in another location tonite. pic.twitter.com/RnJkeQRKqP — Steve Angeles (@StevieAngeles) January 21, 2019  At this time, there is no offcial report yet as to what had been stolen.  This wasn't the first time that Pacquiao's home in Los Angeles has been the target of a burglary, as a same incident ocurred back in 2011.    H/T: Steve Angeles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News21 hr. 46 min. ago

One Championship looks to make MMA splash in States

By Dan Gelston, Associated Press How many casual American sports fans about a year ago had heard of One? Try none. OK, maybe that's a bit of a reach. But the Singapore-based mixed martial arts organization was an afterthought at best in the United States among the hodgepodge of companies trying to put a dent in UFC's heavyweight share of the combat sports marketplace. Try ignoring One Championship now. After staging shows for seven years across Asia from Myanmar to China, One has come out swinging in the U.S. — throwing millions at big-name free agents, signing a major cable TV deal and raising capital needed to not only keep its grip as the dominant MMA promotion of the East, but perhaps use global expansion to eventually rival UFC as the champ of the West. "They're making a serious push," One fighter Eddie Alvarez said. "I don't think it's going to be long before you can crown them one of the top promotions in the world. They've done everything possible in their favor to become that." Alvarez, a Philadelphia native, should know as well as any fighter about One's commitment to becoming a major player in the U.S. fight game. "The Underground King" has fought for several MMA promotions and made his name in Bellator as a two-time lightweight champion and in UFC where he won the same title in 2016 and headlined the promotion's first card in Madison Square Garden against Conor McGregor. The 34-year-old Alvarez became a free agent after his last fight in July 2018 and decided to explore his options outside UFC. He traveled to Singapore and met One founder and CEO Chatri Sityodtong and learned U.S. expansion plans and acquiring other name fighters were on the horizon, as well as ongoing talks that would broadcast fights in America. Alvarez was impressed, not just by One's outline for the future, but in a multimillion dollar contract offer that he says makes him one of the highest-paid fighters in the sport. "Our deal is more in the lines of a real pro sport deal, like football or baseball," Alvarez said. "The package deal is an eight-figure deal. When we brought that to the UFC to match it, they declined matching it and I had to move forward. I'm happy I did because One Championship is the only major promotion that I have not won and conquered the world title in. It's history and legacy for me." Alvarez was part of a flurry of transactions that put MMA fans on notice that One was intent on becoming a singular sensation. One obtained Demetrious Johnson, the long-reigning UFC flyweight champion better known as "Mighty Mouse," in a trade with UFC — yes, a trade — for Ben Askren. Sage Northcutt, once hailed as a future UFC star, also signed with One. Meisha Tate, a former 135-pound champion in UFC and Strikeforce, has signed on as One's vice president and was set to move to Singapore. One strengthened its roster with notable U.S.-based talent ahead of a North American television deal with Turner Sports. The three-year deal will see One content broadcast on Turner's platforms including TNT, which is received by more than 90 million households in the United States, as well as streaming platform Bleacher Report Live and other Turner properties. Turner, which also broadcasts the NBA and the NCAA Tournament, is set to air 24 events in 2019 on its various outlets. B/R Live will stream One: Eternal Glory on Jan. 19 from Jakarta, Indonesia. That date is already familiar to MMA fans — UFC is running its debut show on ESPN-plus the same night (yet in different time zones). Johnson and Alvarez will make their One Championship debuts on March 31 in Japan in tournament competition. "I'm not the smallest guy in the organization anymore," the 5-foot-3 Johnson said. "In America, everybody always looked at me as a child. I won't have that issue when I'm in Asia competing." More elite fighters could be on their way to One. Alvarez, who said he left on good terms with UFC and President Dana White, has suddenly become quite popular among his MMA peers. "Every fighter in town is sliding into my DMs. What's going on? What are you being offered?" Alvarez said, laughing. Sityodtong, raised in Thailand and a graduate of Harvard Business School, is the self-made multimillionaire entrepreneur behind One. He's made a name as the most powerful MMA executive in Asia and has trained and coached in martial arts. Alvarez was wowed — and wooed — by Sityodtong's approach toward building One into an American MMA juggernaut. "In three years, our goal is 100 million live viewers per event, making us as big as Super Bowl Sunday," Sityodtong said at the press conference to introduce Alvarez. One has been aggressive in establish a U.S. foothold in large part because of an influx of cash from some of the top venture capital firms in the world. Sequoia Capital and Singaporean sovereign wealth fund Temasek helped One secure an additional $166 million in funding in October. One said at the time of the announcement it had exceeded $250 million in total capital base. One also recently announced an exclusive partnership in Japan with TV Tokyo, one of the country's largest national television broadcasters. One could quickly crush Bellator as the No. 2 promotion in the United States with a national TV deal and become a viable option for free-agent fighters — even with no scheduled events in America. Plenty of other promotions are also trying to compete or at least carve out a viable slice of the MMA pie, including the Professional Fighters League, which boasts Kevin Hart and Mark Burnett as celebrity investors, as well as Cage Fury Fighting Championship and numerous promotions that air fights in various disciplines under UFC's Fight Pass online subscription service. Alvarez has a stout belief that the MMA promotion made in Asia can make it in America. "The fans there get it," Alvarez said, "and it won't be long until the American fans here get it, as well.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 12th, 2019

PSG aims to avoid early elimination in Champions League

By Tales Azzoni, Associated Press MADRID (AP) — Paris Saint-Germain's hopes of breaking through in European soccer could end earlier than usual this season. A loss against Liverpool on Wednesday in Paris, coupled with a home win by Napoli over Red Star, would keep PSG from making it out of the group stage in the Champions League. And that would be a significant setback for the big-spending French team desperately trying to assert itself as a world-class club. It would be the first time PSG failed to reach the tournament's knockout round since 2011-12, after Qatar Sports Investments took over the club with the goal of turning it into a top contender. PSG was eliminated in the round of 16 last season, after reaching the quarterfinals four straight years before that. Failure this time would hurt PSG in its second season since signing Brazil star Neymar for 222 million euros from Barcelona in an attempt to increase its chances of succeeding in Europe. PSG enters the crucial match at Parc des Princes with five points in Group C, one behind leaders Liverpool and Napoli. A victory would put the French club back in position to advance depending on its own results. "It's a decisive match in a very, very complicated group," PSG coach Thomas Tuchel told French broadcaster TF1. The good news for Tuchel is that Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, who had been sidelined because of injuries, are expected to be available for the home match against Liverpool. A look at the four Champions League groups on Wednesday: GROUP A Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund lead the group and have a chance to secure places in the knockout round in advance. Dortmund needs a draw at Club Brugge, while Atletico needs a home win against Monaco. Atletico can also advance if Club Brugge loses points against Dortmund, which is coming off a blistering start to the season under new coach Lucien Favre. The only setback for Favre so far was the 2-0 loss at Atletico in the team's previous Champions League appearance. Paco Alcacer, signed on a permanent basis from Barcelona on Friday, scored again on Saturday in a win over Mainz, taking his league tally to nine goals in seven appearances. GROUP B Harry Kane kept Tottenham's Champions League hopes alive with a late double to sink PSV Eindhoven in the last round of games. Now the striker has some back-up as his team tries to complete an unlikely recovery to qualify from Group B. Tottenham has struggled for attacking fluency this season, mainly because attacking midfielders Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli have been missing at times because of injury. They appear to be fully fit now and were superb in Tottenham's win over Chelsea in the Premier League on Saturday, a 3-1 win that might have been its best display of the season. Spurs need to beat Inter Milan at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday to keep alive ambitions of a top-two finish. That would leave the teams tied on seven points. Tottenham would still likely require a win at already-qualified Barcelona to advance, given that Inter closes group play at home to last-place PSV. Barcelona, without Rafinha, Luis Suarez and Arthur because of injuries, has a three-point advantage at the top and will clinch first place in the group with a win over PSV, or a draw if Inter does not beat Tottenham. GROUP C Victories by Liverpool and Napoli would lock up the group which has proven to be the tightest of the Champions League. Napoli, the group's only unbeaten team with three draws and one win, hosts a Red Star team which still has chances of advancing in its return to the tournament's group stage after 26 years. The Serbian club has four points, one fewer than Paris Saint-Germain and two fewer than Napoli and Liverpool. Red Star held Napoli to a 0-0 draw at home in the first round, but then conceded 10 goals in losses against PSG (6-1) and Liverpool (4-0). Liverpool, which beat PSG at home, lost 2-0 to Red Star in its previous Champions League match, but it is coming off two straight wins in the Premier League. PSG, cruising in the French league, beat Liverpool 3-0 the only other time the teams met in Paris, nearly two decades ago. GROUP D Group leader Porto hosts second-place Schalke in a match in which a draw could be enough for both clubs to advance. They would clinch a spot in the knockout stage with a draw if Galatasaray fails to win its match at already eliminated Lokomotiv Moscow. A victory would secure first place for Porto, which has won eight straight entering the match at its Estadio do Dragao. Porto is trying to make it to the round of 16 for the third straight season. The Portuguese champion has 10 points, two more than Schalke and six more than Galatasaray. Porto and Schalke are the only unbeaten teams in the group. Schalke hasn't made it to the knockout stage since 2014-15. ___ Associated Press writers John Leicester, Ciaran Fahey and Steve Douglas contributed to this report......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 27th, 2018

Man loses arm in road mishap on Edsa Kamuning

A man lost his arm after the bus he was riding veered towards another bus along the southbound lane of Edsa Kamuning in Quezon City.   The right arm of Daniel Malapit, 29, was protruding outside the window of the bus when the mishap happened, a report from the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) on Saturday said.   The QCPD said the bus he was riding veered to the right and collided with the rear left corner of the other bus, causing the victim to lose his right arm.   The victim was rushed to East Avenue Medical Center for treatment. /je...Keep on reading: Man loses arm in road mishap on Edsa Kamuning.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 19th, 2018

Facebook believes spammers behind hack – report

MANILA, Philippines – Facebook believes the massive hack that took the data of millions of its users was the work of spammers. In a report on The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday, October 17 (Thursday, October 18, Manila time), the attack was said to be orchestrated to let spammers make money using deceptive advertising, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 18th, 2018

AMLC report can be used vs Jinggoy Estrada – SC

MANILA, Philippines – The Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) report implicating former senator Jose "Jinggoy" Estrada in allegedly receiving millions through the 2013 pork barrel scam can be used as evidence against him, the Supreme Court (SC) said Sunday, October 7. The SC, in an 11-page resolution, dismissed as "moot and academic"  Estrada's petition ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 7th, 2018

Trump got millions thru tax evasion

NEW YORK — The New York Times reported Tuesday that President Donald Trump received at least $413 million from his father over the decades, much of that through dubious tax dodges, including outright fraud. The 15,000-word Times report contradicts Trump’s portrayal of himself as a self-made billionaire who started with just a $1 million loan […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsOct 4th, 2018

Elite North Korean hacker group tied to bank attacks

WASHINGTON, USA – An elite group of North Korean hackers has been identified as the source of a wave of cyberattacks on global banks that has netted "hundreds of millions" of dollars, security researchers said Wednesday, October 3. A report by the cybersecurity firm FireEye said the newly identified group dubbed ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsOct 3rd, 2018

BFAR loses 57 patrol boats acquired from grant, loans

MANILA, Philippines – The Commission on Audit said in its annual report that the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) has all but neglected and left to waste two batches of patrol boats it acquired from a foreign grant and loans.  Found to be in a sorry state because ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsSep 17th, 2018

The 5 fastest-growing jobs in SG and why many are filled by foreign talent

  SINGAPORE -- Jobs for people smart in digital technology who also have "soft skills" are growing the fastest in Singapore, but the shortage of candidates with such hybrid abilities is leading to many openings filled by foreign talent, a LinkedIn report revealed. According to the report, the top five emerging jobs in Singapore are data scientist, cyber-security specialist, user experience designer, head of digital and content specialist. LinkedIn analyzed millions of unique, user-input job titles based on common job roles and counted the frequencies of job titles that were held in 2013. It then compared the results to job titles that were held in 2017. Jobs in data ...Keep on reading: The 5 fastest-growing jobs in SG and why many are filled by foreign talent.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsSep 6th, 2018

At 39, Schnyder returns to Slam tennis; loses to Sharapova

By Howard Fendrich, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — As her 40th birthday approaches, Patty Schnyder came back to tennis for nights like this — facing Maria Sharapova at the U.S. Open under the lights in a 14,000-seat arena. It was Schnyder's first main-draw appearance at a major tournament since 2011, and she did make things interesting, erasing a big deficit in the second set only to fall short of pushing their match to a third, eventually losing to five-time major champion Sharapova 6-2, 7-6 (6) on Tuesday night. "That," Schnyder said, "was fun." Schnyder is ranked 186th, so she had to go through qualifying rounds to make it into the main draw — and she became the oldest woman to successfully do that at any Grand Slam tournament. She also was the oldest member of this year's 128-woman singles field, and the third-oldest in U.S. Open history. "Doesn't feel like I've been gone for such a while," said Schnyder, who after initially retiring seven years ago, returned to a full tour schedule in 2016. "It has been a part of my life for so long, that it feels like it's just great. And it's the passion of my life, and it's just great to be out there." This was her ninth career meeting against 2006 U.S. Open champion Sharapova, but first in 10 years. "I knew we'd go out on the court today and kind of relive the memories," said the 31-year-old Sharapova, who is now 8-1 against Schnyder. "I know what a competitor she is. To come back and still have the desire is admirable." The match was in Louis Armstrong Stadium and, every so often, Schnyder would peek at the large video screens and catch a glimpse of her 3-year-old daughter, Kim, who sat in the stands and was allowed to stay up way past her bedtime on this occasion. Sharapova raced through the first set, winning all four of Schnyder's service games and holding a 9-0 edge in winners. The second set began with more of the same, as Sharapova went ahead 5-1. But she began to miss more and more, even clutching at her left elbow after one miscue, and that allowed Schnyder — using that familiar looping lefty forehand — to get to 5-all, then force the tiebreaker. Even then, Sharapova didn't have an easy time of things, needing four match points before she was finally able to close things out and move her U.S. Open night-session record to 21-0. Schnyder, meanwhile, had never before lost in the first round of this hard-court tournament, going 14-0 during her "first" career. "She still has incredible hands," was Sharapova's report on Schnyder afterward. "Moves incredibly well for being out of the game for so long. Still very competitive." Schnyder said she isn't sure quite what to make of this trip to New York. She had tasted success all those years ago, a semifinalist at the 2004 Australian Open and a quarterfinalist six other times, including at Flushing Meadows in 2008 and — wait for it — 1998. So does this return trip to the bright lights and big city make Schnyder want more? Or did it satisfy a craving and she's ready to go back to retirement? "I don't know. I'm not really planning (ahead). And now that I'm here and I made the main draw, maybe it gives me different thoughts," replied Schnyder, who turns 40 in December. "I really don't know what I'm up to the next few months.".....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 29th, 2018

Tesda a test case for Senate oversight function

The Senate’s penchant for conducting an investigation into anything it wishes will be turned on its head by the report of the Commission on Audit (CoA) that the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) spent millions on “ghost scholars” and training centers in 2014, 2015 and 2016. The issue will hit home because Tesda [...] The post Tesda a test case for Senate oversight function appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimesRelated NewsAug 23rd, 2018

Event organizer loses P.5-M cash, jewelry to burglars

UNIDENTIFIED burglars broke into the apartment of an event organizer and took more than P.5 million in cash, assorted jewelry and gadget in Taguig City. Taguig police chief Senior Supt. Alexander Santos said the burglary was discovered Friday afternoon after the victim, identified as Maria Christina Relos, 30, returned to….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsAug 18th, 2018

Cab driver working for PBA cager arrested for burglary

        A taxi driver and his companion were arrestedon Mondaynight for robbing a house in barangay Veterans Village in Project 7, Quezon City.   Reports from the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) said that the suspects identified as taxi driver Eddie Valliente, 48; and Ronald Calderon, 47, were arrested in a follow-up operation conducted by elements of the Masambong Police Station at Tatco, Barangay Bagong Ilog, Pasig City.   The QCPD report said Valliente and Calderon were arrested a day after they forcibly entered the house of businesswoman Misella Maling in Project 7, Quezon Cityon Sunday.The suspects, who were armed with han...Keep on reading: Cab driver working for PBA cager arrested for burglary.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 31st, 2018

McIlroy loses ground with tough finish at British Open

By Doug Ferguson, Associated Press CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (AP) — Rory McIlroy pledged to "go down swinging" in his bid to win a major for the first time in four years. He might have to swing for the fences after the way he finished Saturday at the British Open. On a day of low scoring, McIlroy bogeyed two of his last three holes for a 1-under 70. Instead of being two shots behind, he was four back, certainly not out of it. And he wasn't about to change his strategy of being aggressive. "Go out and hit a lot of drivers," McIlroy said. "I felt like today the course was perfectly set up to take advantage of it and attack it. Tried to do that for the most part. Maybe my wedge play wasn't quite as good as it should have been, but I gave myself plenty of chances." McIlroy said he felt like he left some shots out on the course, and was disappointed at the way he finished. Still, he's won the Open before and believes he has a reasonable shot to do it again. "I've got a bit of experience at this," he said. "Maybe more so than some of the other guys on the leaderboard. But the leaderboard is packed with a lot of very, very good players." McIlroy and other players on the leaderboard are keeping an eye on the notoriously fickle Scottish weather going into the final round. The wind is expected to pick up some and if it shifts direction the scores could go a different direction than they did on Saturday. The best thing, McIlroy said, is there are only five players in front of the group bunched four shots off the lead. "Just need to get off to a fast start tomorrow," he said. "I'm obviously disappointed after the way I finished, but I'm still in the tournament. I'm only a few shots behind. The wind is supposed to pick up a little bit. So it will make things interesting." ___ WINDWARD FINALE Kevin Kisner has been hearing all week that the strongest wind would be on Sunday, which is fine by him. "I think it's going to be a true test, and we'll get to see really who's hitting it the best and playing the best tomorrow," Kisner said. He only had one wish. "As long as 18 is downwind, I don't really care," he said. "I played with Zach (Johnson) today and he said the last time they were here, they hit 3-woods all four days on 16 and 4-iron on 18. So I can't imagine that direction and how difficult that finish would be." ___ REDEMPTION Zander Lombard dropped two shots on the 17th hole when he pulled it into a ditch, took a drop, hit into a bunker and missed the cut. He made up for it in a big way. "I said to my caddie walking down the fairway, 'Let's have a finish for the crowds at least,'" Lombard said. After a strong drive on the 18th, the South African hit a gap wedge from 132 yards that landed in front and to the left of the hole, checked and turned to the right and then dropped in for an eagle. "It was just awesome soaking up the energy and taking it in," Lombard said. "I feel really positive for tomorrow, and I'm going to fight for it." ___ ONE BAD SWING Rickie Fowler opened with two birdies in four holes and was one shot out of the lead with a par 5 coming up at No. 6. That turned out to be his undoing. Fowler pulled his tee shot so far left that it went out-of-bounds. He sent his next shot from the tee some 40 yards to the right, and he wound up making a triple-bogey 8. That wasn't his only mistake. He made three more bogeys, including on the 18th, and that offset the eagle he made on the par-5 14th. But it added to a 73 — only Pat Perez with a 74 had a higher score among the last 14 players to tee off Saturday. "Obviously wanted to head in the right direction today, but didn't do that," Fowler said. "Back to the drawing board. We'll come out hot tomorrow and see what we can do. Made some good swings coming in, but like I said, just didn't execute through the middle of the front nine and (it) cost me." Fowler was eight shots behind and plays Sunday with Patrick Reed. ___ ROSE RALLY Justin Rose was about 18 feet away from going home Friday when he made the birdie putt on the 18th to make the cut on the number. One day later, he was five shots out of the lead. No one took advantage of the calm conditions like Rose, who played bogey-free from the third group out and shot 64. It was his lowest score at the British Open by two shots, and at the end of the day, Rose was in a tie for 13th. "There's a difference between being 3 over on Friday and way off the lead and 3 over and way off the lead on Saturday morning," Rose said. "You kind of feel a bit more grateful to be here rather than Friday night, you feel frustrated to be there. So I think the birdie on 18 last night freed me up, and I'm just very happy to be out on this golf course and not down the road somewhere else this morning. "Obviously, I had nothing to lose." He won't be losing much sleep. Rose had the entire afternoon off to rest, and he gets to sleep more on Sunday. ___ AP Sports Columnist Tim Dahlberg contributed to this report......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 22nd, 2018

Twitter rooting out fake accounts at record rate – report

SAN FRANCISCO, United States -- Twitter has been suspending more than one million fake and dubious accounts per day, according to The Washington Post, in an aggressive bid to stem the flow of false information. The social media platform has more than doubled its crackdown rate since late last year, the Post said, when testimony from Twitter, Facebook and Google revealed startling new data showing many more millions of Americans were exposed to fake news than previously thought. Russia-linked fake accounts are believed to have fired off false tweets in an effort to sway the 2016 US presidential vote. In recent years Twitter, which has some 336 million active users, has faced ...Keep on reading: Twitter rooting out fake accounts at record rate – report.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 8th, 2018

Climate change threatens 50 million jobs in Asia – report

MANILA, Philippines – Millions of jobs closely tied to the seas are being threatened by climate change and pollution, according to Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (Pemsea). The Pemsea report indicated that the ocean economy of 9 Asian countries is estimated to be worth around $1.5 trillion. Over 50 million people in ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 8th, 2018

Cops arrest burglar shortly after committing crime

Police have arrested a suspected burglar who was reportedly identified with the help of a closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage. A report filed on Saturday at the San Juan City Police Station on Saturday identified the suspect as Ryan Cruz, 31. The burglary happened at around 6:30 a.m. on Friday in the apartment of Sonny Tolentino, 43, and Jordan Llanda, 21, Friday at the Arte Building on J. Ruiz Street in Barangay Salapan, San Juan. Among the items stolen by Cruz were two mobile phones with a total worth of P21,000, two wallets containing with P5,000 each, and a backpack. With the help of the CCTV installed in the building, the victims saw Cruz entering their house and le...Keep on reading: Cops arrest burglar shortly after committing crime.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 2nd, 2018

CoA report says Calida received P7M excess allowances in 2017

SOLICITOR General Jose Calida received millions in excess allowances in 2017, according to the Commission on Audit. Based on an audit report of CoA Calida got more than P7.46 million in excess allowances in 2017, covering more than 70 percent of the P10.77 million in honoraria given to 15 officials….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJun 1st, 2018