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Police questions Terrence Romeo over Quezon City bar fight

(Updated) Shortly after getting involved in the fracas that marred Gilas Pilipinas’ outing in a FIBA World Cup qualifying game earlier this month, Terrence Romeo has found himself involved in another on Thursday morning......»»

Category: sportsSource: philstar philstarJul 12th, 2018

Gilas player Terrence Romeo questioned over bar brawl

Gilas Pilipinas player Terrence Romeo was questioned by police after his group was allegedly involved in a bar brawl in Quezon City before dawn yesterday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 12th, 2018

PBA: Marcial on Terrence s latest scuffle: 'Mag-ingat siya'

After figuring in yet another controversy, Terrence Romeo had another talk with PBA Commissioner Willie Marcial. Romeo, after TNT's elimination in the 2018 Commissioner's Cup courtesy of San Miguel Wednesday, was involved in a bar fight early Thursday morning. [Related: Terrence Romeo, group involved in Quezon City bar fight] Fortunately, no one was hurt in the incident and no criminal charges were filed as both involved parties settled their differences. For his part, Commissioner Marcial just gave Romeo a gentle reminder. 10 days ago, Terrence was also part of the ugly brawl between Gilas Pilipinas and the Boomers at the Philippine Arena. "Sabi niya Comm nandun lang ako sa loob, bigla ako tinapik sa dibdib. Sabay na-arm lock siya so pumalag siya, pumiglas siya. Tapos nagpuntahan sila sa presinto, nagka-ayos na sila kasi humingi ng tawad yung naka-away ni Terrence. Nag-sorry daw so sabi naman ni Terrence na sige okay na," Marcial said Thursday at the MOA Arena. PBA Commissioner Willie Marcial on Terrence Romeo's latest controversy #PBA2018 | @abscbnsports pic.twitter.com/U3gyO2cIeI — Paul Kennedy Lintag (@paullintag8) July 12, 2018 "Sabi ko naman na mag-ingat siya sa ganung sitwasyon, lalo na parang celebrity yung dating niya. Okay naman daw, sabi niya hindi naman siya sumuntok," he added. Romeo likewise tweeted an update Thursday, saying he didn't do anything and both camps are good already. im in my house right now. Im not held up in any prison or station. No need to make a fuss. Watch the cctv i believe its somewhere in social media right now.I didnt do anything.Let the video speak for itself.Anyway both camps are okay naman na. Goodnight😊 — Terrence Romeo (@tbvromeo) July 12, 2018   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 12th, 2018

CCTV footage shows Romeo backing away as QC bar fight escalates

Terrence Romeo was quick to assure his followers on social media after getting involved in an altercation Thursday morning at a bar in Quezon City......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 12th, 2018

Romeo denies involvement in Quezon City bar brawl

TNT KaTropa star player and Gilas Pilipinas member Terrence Romeo has denied involvement in a Quezon City bar brawl that happened early Thursday morning according to reports. 'I'm in my h.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsJul 13th, 2018

Basketball star nadawit sa ‘sapakan’

Nadawit sa kaguluhan ang grupo ng basketball star na si Terrance Romeo matapos uma-nong ‘kuyugin’ ang isang fan ng mga kasama ng basketbolista na naganap sa isang bar sa Tomas Morato, Quezon City, kahapon ng ma-daling araw. Si Romeo ay kasamang inimbitahan sa Quezon City Police District (QCPD) pero kalaunan….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJul 12th, 2018

Terrence Romeo involved in QC bar skirmish

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Pro basketball star Terrence Romeo reportedly figured in a fistfight outside a bar in Quezon City early Thursday morning, July 12, just hours after his TNT KaTropa lost to San Miguel Beer in the PBA quarterfinals.  The skirmish, according to a dzBB report , ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 12th, 2018

Terrence Romeo on bar brawl: ‘No need to make a fuss’

MANILA, Philippines – Terrence Romeo said there’s “no need to make a fuss” as the involved camps in the fistfight outside a bar in Quezon City had made amends early Thursday morning, July 12.  “I’m not held up in any prison or station. No  need to make ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 12th, 2018

TNT manager: Terrence Romeo assaulted, fans came to rescue

MANILA, Philippines – Terrence Rome got assaulted outside a bar in Quezon City, which triggered a fistfight among fans early Thursday morning, July 12, the manager of his PBA team TNT KaTropa said. (READ:  Terrence Romeo involved in QC bar skirmish ) “There was a fan who wanted to take his picture, nakainom, tapos bigla ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJul 12th, 2018

2 dead, 3 hurt in bar fight in Quezon

LUCENA CITY - Two persons were killed and three others wounded in a bar fight in Lopez town in Quezon province Wednesday night, police said. A report from Quezon police headquarters said the group.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated NewsMay 10th, 2018

Gun-toting cop lands in hospital after being mauled in Laguna bar

SAN PEDRO CITY-A policeman ended up in a hospital in Los Baos town in Laguna province after being mauled in a bar where he allegedly pointed his gun at a customeron Friday. Inspector Roselle Orate, spokesperson of the Los Baos police, in a phone interviewFridaysaid an investigation was underway as to why Police Officer 2 Junjit Eludo, who was assigned in Paete town in Laguna, was at the Nesting Ground bar in Los Baos when he had yet to finish his shift at4 a.m. Eludo was already drunk when he got involved in a fight with fellow bar customer Gerard Maligalig, says a report from the Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon (Calabarzon) police. During their confrontation, Eludo alle...Keep on reading: Gun-toting cop lands in hospital after being mauled in Laguna bar.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 23rd, 2018

Cops arrest 5 in Quezon province anti-drug operations

LUCENA CITY -- Authorities have arrested four suspected drug pushers and a wanted drug personality in four separate police operations, police said on Sunday. Quezon police director Sr. Supt. Rhoderick Armamento said policemen armed with an arrest warrant arrested Romeo Guim, 42, for alleged drug pushing in Barangay (village) Bacong in Infanta town. Lawmen also arrested Joed Malacoco, 27; and his alleged associate Vench Madriaga, 18, in a buy-bust operation in Barangay Bantilan, also in Infanta. Police seized from the suspects three small plastic sachets of crystal meth or "shabu" valued at P925. In Lopez town, anti-drug operatives busted Anthony Landicho, 46, after he sold shabu...Keep on reading: Cops arrest 5 in Quezon province anti-drug operations.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 18th, 2018

Koreas combined women s hockey team debuts in friendly

By Kim Tong-Hyung, Associated Press INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — Wearing a powder-blue logo of a map symbolizing peace between the Koreas, the most talked-about team at this year's Olympics finally saw game action Sunday in a friendly that drew thousands of spectators in a country that never previously showed much passion for ice hockey. The North and South Korean women's hockey players, who only began practicing together about a week ago as a combined team, showed plenty of fight in their first competitive test, crashing the boards and throwing their bodies to stop pucks and opponents, but never really threatened in a 3-1 loss to world No. 5 Sweden in Incheon, South Korea. The Koreans will play Sweden again on Feb. 12 during the Olympic tournament. But the outcome didn't seem to matter to the capacity crowd of 3,000 at the Seonhak International Ice Rink. Fans waved miniature white-and-blue flags showing a unified Korean Peninsula — the same mark on the players' uniforms — and chanted "We are one" while screaming whenever the Koreans got on the break. The arena thunderously erupted when South Korean forward Park Jong-ah cut the deficit to 2-1 during the first period. The Korean players stood to the Korean traditional tune of "Arirang" at the start of the game, instead of their respective national anthems, and received warm applause as they left the arena after the contest. "I think that the North Korean players played really well — this is one of the biggest crowds they played in front of," said Sarah Murray, the joint team's Canadian head coach. "Being added 12 days ago and not getting to practice together all that much, they played our system pretty well, so I am proud of them." The team's North Korean coach, Pak Chol Ho, said the Koreas "can do anything if they do things as one." He left the postgame news conference without taking questions. The joint Koreas team highlights a series of conciliatory measures the war-separated rivals took for the Pyeongchang games, which South Korea sees as an opportunity to revive meaningful communication with North Korea following an extended period of animosity and diplomatic stalemate over the North's nuclear program. The Olympics begin Friday, with Pyeongchang, a relatively small South Korean ski resort town, hosting the skiing, snowboarding and sliding events, and Gangneung, a coastal city about an hour's drive away, hosting the hockey, skating and curling events. North Korea plans to send hundreds of people to the games, including athletes, officials, artists and a 230-member cheering group. Skeptics think the country is trying to use the games to weaken U.S.-led sanctions and pressure and buy more time to advance its nuclear weapons and missiles arsenal. The decision to create the joint hockey team, which wasn't reached until January, triggered heated debate in South Korea, where many people thought the South Korean players were being unfairly asked to sacrifice playing time to their North Korean teammates, who are seen as less skilled and experienced. Murray, who coached South Korea before taking over the combined team, had also expressed concerns over team chemistry. Sunday's friendly was Murray's only opportunity to experiment with potential lineups in game situations before the start of the Olympics. She previously said the North Koreans' hard-hitting style would be suited for her fourth line, a group of players asked to provide physical play in short bursts while giving their teammates with greater scoring responsibilities a chance to rest. But after seeing them in practice and now in game action, she sees potentially bigger roles for some of the North Koreans, including Jong Su Hyon, a forward who Murray says has broken onto her second line. "They are eager to learn and get better," Murray said about the North Koreans. "We have been having team meetings with them and they ask so many questions. The meeting's supposed to be 15 minutes, and an hour later we are still talking and we are still watching video." The Korean players, at least on the surface, appear to be getting along. They arrived at the arena Sunday relaxed and playful, stretching and jumping in the hallway to get loose before gathering in a scrum and shouting "Team Korea!" Seven of the players later formed a circle and started kicking around a rubber ball, giggling whenever the ball bounced away from them. Amid a heavy police presence, hundreds of supporters began gathering outside the stadium hours before the game despite the icy weather, including dozens who danced to music in matching white parkas and hoodies with the peninsula logo and shouted "Win, Korea!" "I don't even care about the results, I just want to cheer for them and see them work together and help each other out on the ice," said Kim Hye-ryeon, 42, who brought her two children, 8 and 6, to the game. Kim Won-jin, a 33-year-old who made a several-hour trip to the game with his wife and 3 1/2-year-old son from the city of Daejeon, hoped the Korean players had overcome any uneasiness they may have had over the distribution of playing time. "If we ever get unified again, these young players of the South and North will be able to look back and be proud that what they did contributed to a historic change," he said. Not everyone was happy. Across the street from the arena, dozens of anti-Pyongyang activists glumly waved South Korean and U.S. flags to denounce what they said had become the "Pyongyang Olympics." They roared as one of the protesters ripped the banner of the peninsula logo atop a van......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsFeb 5th, 2018

Cops appeal to Sona demonstrators: Clean up your trash

The chief of the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) on Wednesday appealed to State of the Nation Address (Sona) demonstrators to clean up the garbage that might arise during their rallies. QCPD Dir.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated News3 hr. 5 min. ago

NCRPO gears up for SONA, AFP to support police force

QUEZON CITY, July 18 (PIA) - The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) is gearing up for the third State of the Nation Address (SONA) of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Monday, July 23, at th.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilanewsRelated News5 hr. 5 min. ago

LIST: Rerouting scheme for SONA 2018

The Quezon City Police District and the Department of Transportation released the rerouting scheme for the third State of the Nation Address of President Duterte on Monday, July 23......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated News9 hr. 18 min. ago

NCRPO gears up for SONA, AFP to support police force

QUEZON CITY, July 18 (PIA) - The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) is gearing up for the third State of the Nation Address (SONA) of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Monday, July 23, at th.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated News15 hr. 18 min. ago

CALABARZON PNP launches ‘project blue box’

LUCENA CITY, Quezon: Police Regional Office Calabarzon (PRO-Calabarzon) kicks off its newest program on Monday at SM Lucena dubbed “Project Blue Box.” The project aims to obtain the community’s participation to improve the police mandate of keeping peace and order and ensuring the people’s safety. Lucena Police chief, Supt.Romulo Albacea, led the signing of a Memorandum of… link: CALABARZON PNP launches ‘project blue box’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated News18 hr. 18 min. ago

Heavy enforcement of smoking ban causes confusion at QC bar

The presence of police officers armed with rifles in front of a bar in Quezon City raised concerns among patrons and performers but district police said they were part of a standard operation to enforce ordinances in the city......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 17th, 2018

Dangerous and armed

Text and photos by Analy Labor Jail raid nets weapons Authorities swooped down and confiscated improvised weapons and a mobile phone in an early Monday raid dubbed “Oplan Greyhound” on inmates’ cells at the Quezon City Jail. Operatives of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP), Philippine National Police (PNP) and the Philippine Drug […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsJul 17th, 2018

QCPD kills drug suspect in clash, nabs 15

A drug suspect was killed while 15 others were arrested in latest anti-illegal drugs and anti-criminality operations in Quezon City. Quezon City Police District (QCPD) director Chief Supt. Joselito T. Esquivel Jr. said the slain unidentified suspect was described as about 20 years old, wearing black short pants, of light….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJul 16th, 2018