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Teens chase, shoot at bus as two elderly men fight over kawayan, one gets hacked; young men fight in drinking joint, one stabbed with a scissor

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BACOLOD CITY, Negros Occidental, Philippines – A group of teens chased a Ceres bus and shot at it in Escalante City while two elderly men fight over bamboo, and two young men get stabbed with a scissor over a “pick up girl.”

In the Escalante case, police chased and collared Joefel Sante, 19, a resident of Balintawak village.

City Police chief, Major Jake Barila said Sante’s companions, about four of them, remain unidentified.

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Barila said that there was no other motive behind the shooting as it was allegedly “just for fun.”

Among those recovered from Sante were an unlicensed firearm and a motorcycle without a plate number painted with marijuana leaves and a Bob Marley figure.

Sante is still under the custody of the police as investigation is still on-going.

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Meanwhile, separate stabbing and hacking cases left three people wounded in Victorias City.

Police prober Christian Palmes reported that Jemmy Escora, 62, was drunk and “causing a scandal” outside his house in Hacienda (plantation) Paz II, Village 10, around 7pm of 30 July.

He was allegedly shouting about his bamboo plants when two men attacked him.

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The suspects were his neighbors identified as Adelino Antonio, 68, and his son, Ademar, 18.

Adelino allegedly hit the victim with a stone which made him fall to the ground.

Ademar then hacked him on the head with a bolo.

Palmes said neighbors had previously been complaining against Escora who unconscious and reportedly in a critical condition inside a hospital.

Five hours after the incident, early in the morning of 31 July, a construction worker stabbed two young men with a pair of scissors inside a drinking joint over what police called as a “pick up girl.”

Palmes told this reporter in Hiligaynon the woman was working in a bar where people “can pick up girls.”

Palmers said the suspect, Tito Malacao, 34, used a pair of scissors in stabbing
Jerry Boy, 18, and Junie, 21, both surnamed Aranego.

Palmes said the victims and the suspect were drunk and had a dispute over the “pick-up girl.”

The victims reportedly sustained minor wounds and are planning to settle the case with the suspect.

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Rikki Lyn Dela Cruz
Rikki Lyn Dela Cruz
DNX intern reporter.
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