Crimes and the city: Wire sparks catfight, the unfortunate and the unloved

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BACOLOD CITY – A wire attached to a post sparked a catfight in Village 16 here while in neighboring Barangay 35, a man was mauled inside his house, and a pedicab was stolen in Village 21.

Donessa Flores, 35, complained to Police Station 1 that she was injured in what the blotter described as a “physical encounter” with her neighbor, Editha Bautista in the sub-village of Kingfisher after Bautista allegedly connected a wire to the post of the Central Negros Electric Cooperative that dangled inside Flores’ house.

She did it without asking permission from me, Flores told desk officer Police Senior Master Sgt. Rodel Delos Reyes.

Close to Kingfisher, Michael Cagayao, 38, got a different kind of loving in the sub-village of Mapinalanggaon (loving in Hiligaynon), Brgy. 35 when a 28-year-old man he identified as Reymart Romero came to his house and allegedly mauled him for no reason.

The blotter said it caused the male complainant “injury on her (sic) part.”

Meanwhile, pedicab driver Stephen John Loreno, 31, is now without income after the trisikad he parked in Village 21 got lost.

The unfortunate Loreno lives in the sub-village of Mapalaron (fortunate in Hiligaynon) in Brgy. 22.

The rented pedicab was worth P3,500 and the thief or thieves could have taken it by removing the chain, he added.

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