Village captain Arthur Aragon, for his part, said Obafial was an active member of their Barangay Peace Action Team (BPAT).“Mga isa pa lang na sya ka tuig nga nag–pangalagad as BPAT member. Gin meeting ko pa ina sya kay may nabatian ako nga gagamit sya,” Aragon told Panay News. Drug suspects Nelvin Obafial and Levi Yandoc sit while antidrug officers inspect items seized from them during an entrapment in Barangay Cagay, Roxas City on May 29. GLENN BEUP/PN The suspects – all residents of the village – were nabbed after they sold suspected shabu to an undercover cop for P1,000 around 3 p.m. on May 29, it added. ROXAS City – Three sachets of suspected shabu valued at around P130,000 were seized in a buy-bust operation in Barangay Cagay. The 30-year-old Nelvin Obafial and 28-year-old Levi Yandoc and yielded the suspected illegal drugs, a police report showed. “Yandoc was already arrested in the past because of the same offense but he entered a plea bargaining agreement,” Roxas City police station spokesperson Master Sergeant Ramil Arcangeles said. “Indi maayo nga gina gamit nya ang (BPAT)I.D. nya para mag libot-libot. Ang malain pa kay indi lang sya naga gamit, naga duso pa gali sya sang shabu,” he added. Obafial and Yandoc were detained and charged with violation of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002./PN
St. Louis #1 beat St. Michael’s by a score of 56-29. Leading the way for St. Louis was Seth Gausman with 19, Evan Vogelsang with 14, and Adam cox and John Thompson with 7. leading the way for St. Michael’s was Denver Meier with 10 and Cooper day with 6. The Final Four games are this week February 9th at St. Louis Gymat 1:00 St. Louis-1 against All Saints #2at 2:15 All Saints #1 against Holy FamilyCourtesy of Cardinals Coach Fuzz Springmeyer. Batesville Area Deanery CYO ScoresSunday (2-2)St. Louis 8th Grade beat St. Nicholas 8th grade by a score of 38-36 to win the 8th grade CYO championship. they will advance to Richmond on Feb 16th. Other scores around the leagueHoly Family won against St. Maurice 68 – 54All Saint’s #2 won in overtime against St. Mary’s #1 by a score of 42 – 34 St. Louis #2 lost to All Saints by a score of 52-26. Leading the way for St. Louis was Kurt Siefert with 10, Adam Vogelsang with 6, and Carson Macke with 5. Leading the way for all Saints was Griffin Werner with 13, Landon Weis with 9, and Luke Hornbach and JJ Stenger with 8.