Ex-drug convict shot dead

first_imgThe 47-year-old Mariano Encabo ofBarangay Paraiso, Sagay City died of gunshot wound on the face, a police reportshowed. BACOLOD City – A former drug convictwas shot dead in Barangay Poblacion 3, Sagay City, Negros Occidental. Recovered from the crime scene was anempty shell of a .45-caliber pistol. Encabo was rushed to the LopezDistrict Farmers Hospital Inc. in Sagay City where he was declared dead whilebeing treated.  center_img According to police investigators,Encabo was driving a motorcycle when an unidentified suspect shot him around10:25 p.m. on Saturday. Officers of the Sagay City policestation have yet to identify the suspect and the motive in the shooting./PNlast_img read more

Two dead after falling through ice on Storm Lake

first_imgSTORM LAKE — Two people died, two others are hospitalized, after a vehicle fell through the ice at Storm Lake late on Sunday afternoon.Officials went out onto the ice and located one adult male and three small children who were brought to the shore and transported to a local hospital. The adult male and one of the children later died.The other two children were transferred by air to a Sioux Falls Hospital. Authorities have not released the names of the victims at this time. The incident remains under investigation by the Buena Vista County Sheriff’s Office and the Iowa DNR.last_img read more

Canadian golfers on LPGA PGA Tours show support for victims of Humboldt

first_imgCanadian golfers and their caddies are wearing green and gold ribbons at the LPGA’s Lotte Championship this week to honour the victims of the deadly bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team.Hamilton’s Alena Sharp posted a picture on Twitter of one of the ribbons pinned to the side of her hat.She says all the other Canadians at the Hawaiian tournament were similarly showing support.Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont., Anne-Catherine Tanguay of Quebec City and Maude-Aimee Leblanc of Sherbrooke, Que., are the other Canadians at the Lotte Championship, which began Wednesday at Ko Olina Golf Club.Canadians on other golf tours also showed their support, with PGA golfer Nick Taylor of Abbotsford, B.C., offering to donate money for every hole under par at this week’s RBC Heritage in South Carolina, while the Canadian golfers at last week’s Symetra Tour event pinned green ribbons on their hats.Sixteen people were killed when the Broncos’ bus collided with a semi truck Friday in northern Saskatchewan. Thirteen other people were injured.last_img read more