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  1. Join Date
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    #21
    just two weeks ago, pinasok nag magnanakaw yung bahay ng kakilala namin sa Bulacan, Isa lang madalas ang tao sa bahay nasa Japan kasi ang mayari. Medyo malaki ang bahay pero unfortunately di ganun ka secure.

    Around 2am daw ng madaling araw pumasok ang magnanakaw, sa terrace dumaan, yung pinto sa terrace sliding door lang na salamin ang problema wala pang double lock so madaling napasok.Nilimas yung alahas sa bahay, di pa nakuntento yung nagbantay na highschool student minolestya pa buti nalng di sinaktan o pinatay.

    Hay dapat sa mga ganito bitay talga ang gawin pagnahuli.. so sa ating mga fellow tsikoteers konting ingat.. dapat laging safety first.. icheck parati ang bahay for security breach para maiwasan ang ganitong pangyayari.

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    #22
    oo tama jalibee mdyo delikado nga raw jan sa carnival st..dami jan palakadlakad na mga tao dahil tawiran yata yan from san nicolas bacoor to bf..nakadaan na rin ako minsan jan..basta markado na yang JHO 333 kung mapadaan ulit sa inyo yan itawag na agad sa security at malamang nag iikot na naman yan..sigurado ako may mga gamit sa sasakyan yan tulad ng bareta at malamang armado rin..ingat din kahit babae sakay..

    ang daanan ng mga yan ay margie moran st. dami ring nakawan jan at sa mga katabing kalye ..kaya ingat sa mga naglalako ng taho, balot, bakal bote, mga nangingilak..baka mga pinag aaralan na mga kilos ng mga tao sa bahay like oras ng alis at uwi at ilan mga tao sa bahay at sino mga naiiwan kung meron o wala..ingat din sa mga palakad lakad baka minomonitor na rin kayo..ganyan nangyari sakin sa evangelista, may napapansin ako nung palakadlakad sa may st namin na di naman nila ruta kung dun uuwi sa dulo..
    kaya ingat mga tsikot bros lalo dito ngayon sa bf resort..

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    #23
    [SIZE="5"]Budol Budol Gang strikes anew in Las Pinas[/SIZE]

    http://alabangbulletin.com/2010/11/3...las-pinas.html

    Please be extra careful when walking to and from your house even when going to the adoration chapel or buying grocery or just plain walking in the park or anywhere in your area.

    Another villager was victimized by the feared Budol Budol Gang right inside Philam Village just a few meters away from her house.

    Sources talked to by Alabang Bulletin this afternoon said that an elderly woman was “kidnapped” then released after the suspects had taken her laptop, cellphones and some money, among others.

    According to the victim, she was walking on her way home from the village church when a man said hi to her and asked how she was.

    The man told the victim that he had just come from the US and introduced his alleged wife who was there by a parked car.

    A Chinese-looking woman then appeared and told a very interesting tale.
    The victim said she thought the group were a bunch of friends of her nieces and nephews that’s why she talked to them. She told police that one was tisoy and one girl was Chinese-looking.

    They told of a tale that the Chinese woman was going to collect money and asked help from the victim.

    She was then allegedly “hypnotized” by the group. The wife accompanied her to her house and went straight to her room where they got her laptop and cellphones.

    They were then able to ask the victim to go with them again.
    Next thing the victim knew, they were in Kawit, Cavite with the husband and wife team ganging up on her by threatening her and harassing her.

    She pleaded for the group to let her go so she was dropped off at a vacant street in Cavite.

    These are just first reports of the incident. We will give you the details once we get them. Even a village like Philam (proclaimed the model village of Las Pinas a couple of years ago) is not safe anymore.

    Maybe this is because the roads of the village were opened due to the Friendship Route. Maybe it’s time CCTV cameras be installed in the gates to monitor those entering and exiting the subdivision.

    Maybe the Las Pinas Police can have an artist always present in their precinct to do cartographic sketches and not tell victims that the artist is weeks away from coming back.

    For now, please be more aware of your surroundings and the people that we interact with. They did this in broad daylight, guys.

    Criminals no longer fear the law that is why they are doing all these to these innocent victims.

    The victim was lucky she survived this traumatic event.
    Maybe in these dangerous times, what we can do is to not trust anyone anymore.

    We hope the authorities catch the perpetrators. Or at least something bad happens to them.

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    #24
    Guys, slightly OT but slightly related din:

    [SIZE="5"]Shooting inside Casimiro Village[/SIZE]

    http://alabangbulletin.com/2010/12/1...o-village.html



    We learned from one of our Facebook friends unconfirmed reports that a woman (assumed to be in her 30′s) was shot by three men while she was driving her vehicle inside Casimiro Village in Las Pinas this morning.



    It was not sure as of press time if the woman survived but some reports said that the woman had 21 gun shot wounds and that one of the gunmen were already apprehended by the police.

    This after the Las Pinas government assured Las Pineros that there would be added security during the Holidays.

    Please let us know if you know more about this case so everyone can be informed.
    I see this car all the time around here! She used to drive around with windows-down at times. Looking at the bullet shots in the front windshield it doesn't look promising at all...

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    #25
    Oh damn. Sayang yung GC ! Uhm ... kasali kaya siya sa GC Club ?

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by mazzipino View Post
    Guys, slightly OT but slightly related din:

    [SIZE="5"]Shooting inside Casimiro Village[/SIZE]

    http://alabangbulletin.com/2010/12/1...o-village.html



    I see this car all the time around here! She used to drive around with windows-down at times. Looking at the bullet shots in the front windshield it doesn't look promising at all...
    Now, why would anyone want to take that woman's life? Any update on this.... I take this friendship route to get away from the Zap-Alab Road madness....

    11.5K:cheers2:

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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by mazzipino View Post
    Guys, slightly OT but slightly related din:

    [SIZE="5"]Shooting inside Casimiro Village[/SIZE]

    http://alabangbulletin.com/2010/12/1...o-village.html



    I see this car all the time around here! She used to drive around with windows-down at times. Looking at the bullet shots in the front windshield it doesn't look promising at all...
    sa picture pa lang hindi naman gawa ng akyat bahay yan. professional hitman sa pagkaka-group together ng bullet shots sa window

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    #28
    Mukhang Gun for Hire ang gumawa nyan...talagang siniguradong patay...

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    #29
    The shooting is scary news because I use to see that car all the time around BF/Philam area. The plate "JCP" is the name of their negosyo located opposite puregold, I think it's a salon kaya I use to see it parked outside alot.... and now looks like she's dead

    I have seen the woman a few times whilst she was driving the GC with her windows down and I can confirm she was in her 30's.... Scary stuff..

    A bit more OT: Fellow BF residents what's going on with our clubhouse? It's turned into a mini-market

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    Cop arrested for alleged involvement in the killing jeweler
    By Aie Balagtas See (philstar.com) Updated December 10, 2010 05:55 PM Comments (0)
    MANILA, Philippines – A Quezon province cop was arrested for allegedly gunning down a jeweler in Las Pińas City today.
    Chief Inspector Jenny Tecson, spokesman of Southern Police District, said victim Maria Cristina O. Maru was declared dead on arrival at the Las Pinas City Perpetual Hospital.
    Suspected gun-man-for-hire Police Officer 2 Bayani L. Mercado of Tayabas police station, on the other hand, is under the custody of Las Pińas City police.
    Maru was killed about 10:06 a.m. in Casimiro Village barangay Pamplona Tres by four armed men onboard a Honda sedan.
    Senior Superintendent Romulo Sapitula, city police chief, said Maru was headed home to barangay Pulang Lupa from a court hearing in the city hall when the suspects blocked her blue Hyundai Genesis car and fired gunshots.
    Patrolling policemen rushed to chase the suspects but they immediately fled, leaving Mercado behind.
    "It seems that somebody paid these gunmen to kill the woman," Sapitula said.
    Sapitula declined to give more information on the killings but said they are planning to summon the person whom Maru slapped with estafa charges before the Las Pinas court.



    http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx...CategoryId=200

    eto pa konting info..

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