Cebu News Digest: Feb. 6, 2015: Mandaue traffic enforcers relieved over alleged extortion; Council to CITOM on Banilad-Talamban: Study first before holding road experiment; ‘Honesty’ café offers Cebu delicacies

DRIVER FELL ASLEEP. This SUV slammed into this truck parked on the national highway in Bogo shortly after midnight yesterday. Police said the driver, Marianne Harman, told them shortly after the accident that she fell asleep on the wheel. (Photo taken by Bookie Batuigas and posted on the Medellin local government Facebook page)

Instead of giving a citation ticket, two traffic enforcers from Mandaue City allegedly extorted money from a foreigner. This was caught on video that was uploaded to YouTube. Meanwhile, Cebu City councilors agreed on the need for a scientific study of traffic in the Banilad-Talamban corridor after noting that the “no left turn” policy being…