ROXAS CITY – Three inmates who broke out of the city police station detention center around 2 a.m. Sept. 8 are now back to their cell after one of them was recaptured and the other two surrendered.
Police identified the three escapees as Joevel Macquimot, Jever Calara and Crisanto Oliva, all from this city. The three escaped by sawing through the iron bars of their detention cell.
But a few hours later, police arrested Oliva on Burgos St. here.
Around 1 p.m. of the same day, Macquimot, another escape, showed up at the city police station after being advised by his brother-in-law, a civilian volunteer organization member of Inzo Arnaldo Village, to surrender.
Before he surrendered, Macquimotr was referred to Inzo Barangay Captain Gading Regalado.
Ecapee Calara, who arrived at the police station past 10 p.m. of the same day, said the first thing he did after his escape was to go to the cemetery in Barangay Banica here to visit the grave of his uncle.
There, he accidentally saw his mother, who then lost not time in convincing him to yield. (Harold Feliciano, The Capiz Times).
2 bodies found in Olotayan
Divers found on Sept. 3 the remains of two more fishermen missing since Typhoon “Frank” hit Negros Occidental in July off the coast of Olotayan island in this city.
The still unidentified bodies were found inside the FB Mercury, one of the fishing vessels from Cadiz that sank while seeking shelter from the typhoon.
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