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Man killed, 3 others injured in stabbing, hacking incidents

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN

A 26-year-old man died, while three others were reported by the police to have been injured in series of violent incidents on October 24 in Negros Occidental.

The lifeless body of Glenn Mark Longanilla, 26, was found beside a sugarcane plantation in Brgy. Binubohan, Bago City, Negros Occidental. He succumbed to multiple hack wounds, police said.

Prior to the discovery of the victim, suspects Abner Mateo and Pintoy Rodriguez, armed with bladed weapons, were looking for Longanilla, who also threatened his sister while searching for him at their residence, police investigations showed.

The two suspects have remained at-large as of this time.

A commotion that ensued between Jay R Doronilla and Carlo Sucgang led to their injuries also on Sunday in Brgy. 3 poblacion, Pontevedra, Negros Occidental, police said.

Investigations of the police said that Doronilla, who was armed with a knife, entered the house premises of Sucgang, by destroying the bamboo fence.

It triggered a commotion that led to the stabbing of Sucgang in his chest, while Doronilla sustained injuries in the head.

Both were brought to the Don Salvador Benedicto District Hospital in La Carlota City, for treatment of their injuries.

A driver identified as alias Antonio Jalandoon suffered a leg injury, after he was shot allegedly by a certain alias Nonoy Dagit at Purok Newton in Brgy Taloc Bago City.

Jalandoon, 57, was discharged from the Bago City Hospital, after treatment of his injury.

A slug of still undetermined caliber of gun was recovered from the scene of incident. The incident was triggered by a misunderstanding between the victim and the suspect, as a result of a card game, police said.*

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