Vol. 8 No. 524
August 24, 2014
   
  Tagbilaran City, Bohol, Philippines



YOUNG HEROES. PO1 Michael June Ejoc (left photo) lies in a pool of blood after being hit in the forehead while PO1 Reynan Tagotongan is rescued with a gunshot wound at his left nape-temple with the bullet still lodged inside. (Photos: FB)

The police has now positively established the identity of the drug suspect that shot to death a young police officer and critically wounded three others.

Police Chief Insp. Roland Lavisto, head of the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) unit based in Camp Dagohoy, Tagbilaran City said they have identified the suspect-cop killer as Artemio Tare, Jr., a convicted drug personality and who is on the recent police watchlist in the on-going anti-illegal drugs campaign.

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3 Bohol towns among country’s competitive
Three Bohol towns have made it to the top 40 competitive municipalities in the country based on an index designed to dare Philippine local government units (LGUs) to perform in the advent of the ASEAN integration.

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