This is the roundup of stories that came out in local publications today, June 6, 2016.
Gullas urges drug lords in Talisay to leave city.
Incoming Talisay City mayor Eduard Gullas is revisiting his list of drug personalities and warned those involved in the drug trade to get out of the city. Gullas, who said he had a similar meeting that yielded positive results in 2001, clarified he won’t offer any money for the death or arrest of a drug lord but is warning them nonetheless to quit.
I am not telling them that they get out from Talisay and go instead to Cebu City. No. Get out from the province. You decide on where to go but do not stay here because I will go hammer and tongs against you. Talisay City mayor-elect Eduardo Gullas.
PRO 7 scores again in war against drugs
SUPT. George Ylanan of the Regional Special Operations Group of PRO 7 announced the death of Davild Anunciado and four of his cohorts during an anti-drug operation in Inabanga, Bohol Sunday morning. Three others were caught alive during the operation that happened eight days after another suspected drug lord, Rowen Secretaria and two others were killed in Getafe, 42 kilometers away from Inabanga. Cops also seized P3 million worth of shabu during the operation against the suspected level one pusher.
We will continue to hunt down drug syndicates until the last of them shall have been accounted for. Chief Supt. Patrocinio Comendador Jr.
Tom O willing to revisit curfew ordinance
Incoming Cebu City mayor Tomas Osmena says the City has more priorities than going after children who break the curfew but is willing to give it a try. President-elect Rodrigo Duterte has announced his plans to impose a 10 p.m. curfew for unaccompanied minors to keep them away from drugs and other crimes.
If that is the order of the president, we will give it a chance to work. But we have so many other priorities than to run after children. Cebu City Mayor-elect Tomas Osmena.