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An ex-convict and a 5th grader both landed in different hospitals after being shot by unidentified man in Sitio Lawis, Brgy. Pasil, Cebu City about 3:00 am, today.
The first victim was, Robert Pacaña Hequillo, 36 years old, married, and an ex-convict of Muntinlupa City Jail was one of the victims and a resident of the mentioned place.
The victim went out at 3 in the morning to look for his elder brother Rommel Hequillo to ask some money for his fare going to Lutac, Naga.
His brother told him to stay for a while outside while he was getting some money.
According to Beauty Babala, the sister-in-law of the victim, there were some men drinking liquors outside and one of those was the alleged man who shot the victim.
While Hequillo was waiting for his brother, the suspect walked toward the victim covering his face using face towel and shot the victim with the use of Caliber 45 on the left and right side portions of the body.
She added that the alleged suspect was known as “MacMac” one of the hard-killers from Private, Cebu City.
She described the alleged suspect that has a medium height, flat-topped haired, not fair in complexion, and “chinito” type of man.
His brother Rommel heard the gun shots and ran outside.
In an interview, Rommel said, “When I went out, I saw my brother laying down. “ (Pag gawas nako, nakit-an na nako akong igsuon nga nag-higda ug ga ubo.)
Michelle Tababa, one of the residents added that the victim grown up inside the jail because of his criminal cases of burglary.
She also added that Hequillo was also an annoying person, who kept on asking money to buy cigarettes and a bottle of soft drinks.
She also considered Hequillo as an arrogant man since he kept on saying boastful words to everyone who was against on him.
Hequillo was immediately brought by his brother Rommel to Cebu City Medical Center for operations.
The second victim was identified as Christian Paul Cajis, Filipino, 13 years old, and a student of Pasil Elementary School.
According to his mother Jocelyn Cajis, which his son was sleeping on a bench across where incident of shooting happened.
She added that her son usually sleeps in her sister’s house.
When she heard the gun shots outside, she called her son to get outside immediately.
When Christian got up, he shouted and told his mother, “Ma nasamad akong luyo” (Ma, I got wounded.)
Christian got wounded the right side of his buttocks.
His family was planning to confine him at CCMC (Cebu City Medical Center) but the respondents prioritized the first victim Hequilla because of his critical state.
The second victim is now confined at Visayas City Medical Center and is scheduled on Monday for his buttocks operation.
Michelle Padayhag - responsdent
A man who tried to kill himself two weeks ago was found dead with a kneeling position when a shoe lace was tied on his neck in Sitio Avocado, Brgy. Mambaling, last night.
Rito Alega, 58 years old, widower, a mechanical worker, and from Tagunol was a father of six children.
Alega arrived from Tondo, Manila last November of 2011 who was working for 3 years as a mechanical worker.
According to Felix Antopina, 59 years old, a beautician, and the brother in-law of the victim, he never expected it to happen. He thought that the victim was just sitting on his bedpan but minutes later he saw the shoe lace tied on the neck.
Antopina added, “Una wa ko kabatig kahadlok, pero nakulbaan ko pagkakita nako gabula iyang baba” (At first I wasn’t afraid, but I felt nervous when I saw him.)
The victim was so depressed about his health complications which resulted in threatening to end up his life.
Antopina told Alega that it was not good and it would be a big sin to God.
The victim was suffering a broken bone on his left shoulder. According to his brother-in-law he fell from a building few years ago when he was working as a welder.
Hazel Alega, the daughter of the victim, stated that one of the reasons aside from health complications was financial problem. She also added that her father was never been good to them.
She said that her father never provided them with good education. He was also under the influenced of vices like smoking, drinking liquors, and even involved in extra marital affairs.
Aside from the broken bone on his left shoulder, the victim had also kidney problems and even underwent a lung operation due to some complications.
She added that two weeks ago her father attempted to kill himself by taking muriatic acid. He gave alibi that he would use it for laundry.
On the next day, he asked for Efficascent oil and even wires but his family knew what he was planning so they did not give him.
But at exactly 9:00 pm last night, they noticed that the victim wanted his family to sleep earlier and he turned off the lights. This was so unusual for them to turn off the lights because they were not used to it.
After a few minutes, they just saw the victim with a shoe lace on his neck while the other end tied up on the wall inside their house.
The family is planning to have the burial as soon as possible because of financial problems. The victim’s funeral is held in a chapel near their house in Sitio Avocado, Brgy. Mambaling, Cebu.
(Michelle Joy Padayhag - respondent)
Last February 6, 2012,the people in Visayas, specifically in Cebu and Dumaguete City were running for their lives. A 6.9 magnitude of earthquake hit those places and even made me cry. While I was running along the streets in Cebu City, there was a tsunami alert that made the Cebuanos along the downtown panic. I saw everyone crying, bringing their things nowhere to go. When I got my things packed, I just sat down and said “Lord, Ikaw nay bahala nako. In you, I trust.” There were people that went to high tops for them to be saved from the tsunami alert.
After the incident, we went to Labangon for us to evacuate. Then, another aftershock at exactly 6:00 p.m. We prayed the holy rosary together and I was even nervous, and reflecting how my family was. But what made me cry most, when I have read the last secret of Fatima. It was in there that people should pray, for the 1950-2000, the earth, and the people will experience calamities. All I have learned that we should always pray to ask for forgiveness, and to be thankful for all the blessings that HE has given.
WE should not wait for another plague to hit us. LET US PRAY EVERYDAY everyone. I hope all of you are safe. In God, WE TRUST.
Michelle JOy L. Padayhag - Respondent
A maintenance worker landed in the hospital after severe stabbing wounds inside the kitchen when a drunken man failed to search the key to open the kitchenette around 8:15 a.m, yesterday.
The victim was Andres Simbajon Bongaitan, 40 yrs. old, married, and a native of Poblacion San Remegio, Cebu. He started working as a maintenance boy last July of 2011 at Princess and Kitchenette located at UCMA Village, Brgy. Apas, Lahug, Cebu City.
The suspect was Florentino Bejec a.k.a “Inoy”, 62 yrs.old, married, the father of the owner of the kitchenette, and a native of Kalingon, Dalaguete, Cebu.
In an interview, Bongaitan stated, “Nag kilis man ko ato og bugas, unya ni abot siya og nangutana kay nangita sa yawe. Pirme sad ko ana niya pasingitan, natingub akong kalagot ako siyang gisukmatan. ” (I was swirling the rice while he asked where the key was. He always throws me offensive words, so I lost my temper and shouted at him.)
After Bongaitan shouted, the suspect went out. After a few minutes, while the victim was about to cook the rice, the suspect went inside and brought a 15 inches kitchen knife and stabbed the victim on his right shoulder. The suspect fell of the knife and escaped going to Dalaguete.
Leo Balicoco, the witness, and the cook in kitchenette was the one who helped Bongaitan during the incident. He said, “Naa ra man ko sa kusina ato ga luto ko og piniritong manok. Unya pag talikod nako nakit-an na nako nga nasamdan ang biktima.” (I was in the kitchen while I fried chicken, when I turned around, I saw the victim wounded.)
The victim was immediately brought to the Surgical Ward of Visayas Community Medical Center wherein the family and the owner of the kitchenette will be responsible for his hospital bills. Even the family of the suspect is willing to file a case their father which they also believed as an alcoholic man.
The suspect is now on search by the investigation team, SPO2 Ayuman, PO3 Gutual, and PO3 Piquero.
Michelle Joy L. Padayhag - Respondent