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Father and sons nabbed for rape

TAYUM, Abra – The long arm of the law has finally caught up with a 55-year-old father and his two sons for more than 100 counts of Statutory rape.
Sr. Supt. Benjamin Lusad, Abra police director, said that the vigilance of the members of the Abra Police Provincial Office (PPO) has scored a major breakthrough on the arrest of the suspects, Saturnino Bacud Benabese, 55, and his two sons, Jerick Paul, 23, and his younger brother, Ronald James, 18, all residents of Poblacion, Tayum, Abra.

The arrest came by virtue of an arrest warrant issued by Judge Corpuz Alzate of the Regional Trial Court Branch 2.

According to Superintendent Mario Mayames, Deputy Provincial Director for Operations, the suspects
continuously and simultaneously abused the minor victim since 2011 until February 2013 in Brgy Garreta, Pidigan Abra. (Mar T. Supnad)


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55 thoughts on “Father and sons nabbed for rape

  1. These PNP only managed to catch the small fish and they are scared to catch these big fish,what a fuc——king shame.

    Posted by Bartek Tuleng | August 4, 2013, 3:02 pm
  2. Like these NBI,they are the same, I taught they could make the arrest of the Father and Son of Lapaz,which they were charge of murder, probably they received millions of pesos.

    Posted by Bartek Tuleng | August 4, 2013, 3:10 pm
  3. Typing Error Sir,Boss.

    Posted by Bartek Tuleng | August 5, 2013, 4:28 am
  4. Taga Pidigan dagitoy….napanda la naglemmeng diay Tayum!!!!

    Posted by Bagnus | August 5, 2013, 6:03 am
  5. Nakti salbag daguitoy nagadu dta plaza tay agparparada dta a mabayadan tay pay la minor ti inbuso da.
    Dinedemonyo nga kapanunutan, dapat makapon da daguitoy tapno saanen a tumakder ni Juan dan.
    No ni Mayor Lim dayta asus nalpas kayon nga agaama nga rapist.

    Posted by Bodong | August 5, 2013, 7:25 am
  6. pls..e appreciate yo latta kadin ta adda pay la bassit naaramidan t PNP a kastoy.amin koman a rapist tiliwen dan ta ibalud dan, nakabotboteng da dagita nga animal mabitay da koman amin managabuso kau torpe kayo amin nga rapist sapay koman ta maibos kayon.

    Posted by gameng | August 5, 2013, 7:57 am
  7. Bodong, saan la nga kapon no di ket “maputolan” da koma, adda la ket bassit mabati nga pagisbuanda tapnon maleksiyonanda ken tapnon adda pagpanunotan dagitay rumsua nga “rapists”.

    Posted by Genti | August 5, 2013, 12:32 pm
  8. Bag ketdin ah ta saan nga taga idiay nanumo nga lugar min apo! Saan mi nga masapul ti ag rape ta dakami ti kamkamaten ti chicks he he he he he

    Posted by juan | August 5, 2013, 3:18 pm
  9. I just want to comment to the Boss criticized my Spelling which regards that I posted the word TAUGHT, instead THOUGHT, I,m sorry that I spell it wrong, and I just want you to know that I’m from North America and I admit that I am only Grade 6, when I came over here, Mr Boss I just want to tell you Sir, no matter what the words I said, please don’t criticized on me, I just want to express my feelings and understanding,God bless you Boss.

    Posted by Bartek Tuleng | August 5, 2013, 8:17 pm
    • Bartek tul, I salute you for your inimitable determination to articulate (express) your thoughts in English. Just ignore the negative comments of some grammarians in this site. English is our second language. If you, as you said, is living now in North America (most likely Canada), is it true that many north-americans, whose first language is English, could not spell correctly?

      Posted by blackie | August 6, 2013, 8:23 pm
      • Yes whitie , in canading and merika they (whites pointed nose)are not very particular about spelling or korrect grammar usage ,as long as the implied thougth is awatable it is alright .Pinoys or Amboys (american flat nose ) – the feeling intellectuals snob their inferior kababayans.dat is ay pact.

        Posted by pid | August 6, 2013, 11:18 pm
    • Wow, you do suck at English.

      Posted by Siak | August 7, 2013, 4:55 pm
  10. sapay kama ta aware ni apo mayor glenn eduarte dita tayum iti daytoy a pasamak.apo mayor suggestion la koma no adda panakabalin na, tapno maprotektaran dagiti umili t muncipio a tayum sir/boss/mayor mangipatongpal kayo koma t ordinansa nga nu adda man baro a tao nga maisanglad dita erequire u koma nga agparehistro da nu kaanu da a simanglad ken ingga na kaanu da dita, kasla man koma tay census?ken kas umili adda met rebbeng da koma nga mangireport nga adda tao nga simanglad dita aarubayan da wennu makikita da nga saan a taga tayum ngem adda da iti dayta nga muncpio. Kas panangprotektar iti tatao nga agnaed dita ili a muncpio apo. Aan man nga agsusurot je naipost ko bahala na kayo umintindi. Salamat. For our own goodness apo mayor no mabalin koma.

    Posted by gameng | August 5, 2013, 11:32 pm
  11. apo san da NGA taga tayum dagujay agama taga la paz da jay da lang nga naglemmeng tayum

    Posted by chupacjips | August 7, 2013, 8:05 am
  12. To those who love to write/express their thoughts in English, I suggest that you get a copy of “Painless Grammar” (book) by Rebecca Elliott.

    Posted by syoke | August 8, 2013, 3:07 pm
    • Or you can go back to Grade 3.

      Posted by Boss | August 8, 2013, 9:02 pm
    • Syoke, thanks for this very helpful suggestion for I am struggling too in English composition needless to mention my poor thoughts/ideas. I have no excuse or blaming anyone or anything else like my poor coconut for my English teachers at Abra Valley College were so great but you could imagine how tough it was to study at that school during the 60’s – 70’s. I don’t know the situation now (I’m now here at abroad) but it was very hard then to focus your attention in the class because youth/young students were so uncontrollable or so barbaric, if I may say?. No respect at all to the school authorities especially if they were the children of rich and powerful families at that time. They bully everybody especially us Tingguians that forced me to defend myself at one time against a bullish arrogant. Lucky we both survived for one of our classmates was man enough to stop us. I owe him one for the rest of my life and hope to see him yet someday, somehow. For the arrogant bullish, don’t worry for I am now more than a christian (no longer an idolater) and I have already forgiven you in my mind and my heart. After all, we were just innocent kids and victims of unwanted “peace and order” condition driven by dirty politics, perhaps.
      Although I haven’t seen or bought yet this book, I already sensed the sincerity of your intention for you to be proud of us someday. What if you broaden your noble intention by soliciting the goodness of heart of our politicians and distribute these books to the different schools in the entire province from elementary to high school? And/or, if you could post here its entirety with the approval of course of our magnanimous Site Administrator.
      Whatever you decide, please accept my profound gratitude for this great contribution of yours.

      Posted by pitti-pitti am-ammatit | August 9, 2013, 7:14 pm
      • By the way, those who want to correct my grammar, you’re free to do so. I won’t feel bad but appreciate it for it gives me an opportunity to improve it. Everybody knows that we were not all lucky enough to be a journalist, lawyer, or English teacher, etc. who majored in English that they could express themselves freely and confidently. And to those who are already in abroad, don’t be intimidated with this universal language for the Canadian or American borne are also obliged to learn proper English from kindergarten to college. If they can’t understand you or the opposite, just assume that they too have poor grades in English during the course of their studies. To make it subtle, although they were borne American/Canadian it doesn’t mean that they know technical English automatically. Same thing with Ilokano. Do you know how to write Ilokano story without learning journalism or proper grammar on Ilokano first?

        Posted by pitti-pitti am-ammatit | August 9, 2013, 7:58 pm
        • There was a guy who used to write humorous stories in this site in ilocano. Ey, pit, you have not bought a copy of the painless grammar (book) by R. Elliott yet!? How come your last 2 postings show as if you have read the book already!

          Posted by syoke | August 9, 2013, 9:35 pm
      • I have read scores of grammar books since high school, pit. This one – Painless Grammar book – is not a pain to my ass. It is simple and interesting to read. This book deals with parts of speech and punctuation rules ( of course, again. It is a grammar book . . he he he) with humorous examples of correct usage. I don’t know if you can buy it online. If not, and if you are in Canada or the U.S., try Walmart or bookstores in your area.

        Posted by syoke | August 12, 2013, 6:31 am
  13. There was a guy who used to write humorous stories in this site in ilocano. Ey, pit, you have not bought a copy of the painless grammar (book) by R. Elliott yet!? How come your last 2 postings show as if you have read the book already!

    Posted by syoke | August 9, 2013, 9:30 pm
  14. Ayahay! . . . dobel jeyopardy meyt postkon, dhay! EEKK, nahalata nah akwo! hihihihi!

    Posted by syoke | August 9, 2013, 9:38 pm
  15. I just want to extend my thanks to Mr. Blackie and Pid and the rest of people who supported me in my wrong English word, thank you so much for your support, like here in Canada or North America,it’s a multiculturalism, we have lots of different people in the world, so we couldn’t improve our spelling and grammars,because mostly people who immigrated in Canada or the government accept them as a refugee.and some of us we don’t have the time to study in School just because of our limited time because of our job.Thanks to everyone, Hello Boss!

    Posted by Bartek Tuleng | August 10, 2013, 9:27 pm
  16. Kunakto pay nga Canada ti ayanmo, bartektuleng! Madlawko ta inglismo ket kalla tay inglis tay karrubami nga taga-canada. Immayda nagbakasyon ket inglis nga inglis ti nakidiablis . . saan la nga agsirkosirko ti inglisna no di ket agtumblingtumbling pay . . . hehehehe. Apo, ta ti magustoanmi ket agayos met ti beer ken polotan ta mayat met kano bisnisna nga cleaning . . ay ket kalla music met inglisna ti panagdengegkon, gyem. he he he. Anyway, as syoke wrote . . .to improve your grammar (English, of course), get a copy of Painless Grammar (book). I have one, too. Have a good day , , ey!

    Posted by blackie | August 12, 2013, 6:17 am
  17. Thank you so much for the English nga sinsinan ta ania ngarud kakabsat ket saan tayo met nga naiyanak nga kasla Americano, Ibagak kadacayo nga adu ti tatta-o ditoy lubong nga immay ti Canada, kayat ko sawen nga dagitoy nga personas piman naggapu da ti sabsabbali nga lugar ditoy lubong,ket saan mo nga maim prove ti English word mo gapu ta dagitoy nga Ta-o ket saan da nga ammo ti ag English kas Pilipino, Yes of course that’s what Canadian English, you are right talaga nga agsirkosirko HAHAHAHA, God Bless you all, Wow what I can say your so wonderful guys to me, To my deepest love and sincerity I love you all. Take Care.

    Posted by Bartek Tuleng | August 12, 2013, 6:10 pm
  18. I wish Blackie, I will meet some other times, Thanks.

    Posted by Bartek Tuleng | August 12, 2013, 6:12 pm
  19. Napintas man daytoy a site ta makaited ti damag para kadaguiti adda iti adayo a lugar… ngem napinpintas pay koma no daguiti damag ket adda follow-up information tapno maamuwan no anya ti resulta na daguitoy a pas-pasamak or padamag. ta dakami nga adda iti adayo kayat mi met nga ma-update kadaguiti local a damdamag, haan lang a diay rugi then awan met resulta na, so, para kenka apo nga tagapadamag iyun0uneg mo man ti agsukisok tapno maamuwan mi met daguiti nagbungaan na. Thanks a lot

    Posted by gil-ayab | August 12, 2013, 10:12 pm
  20. English grammar he he he my talking you… my see, my coming… thanking you, carpentary shop, no dimo usaren daguitoy nga sistema ti panagingles kadaguiti taga bangla, pakis and indi… awanen haan kayon nga agkakainnawatan masapul nga adda latta “ing” in the last. no kanayon nga daguitoy ti kasangsango iti inaldaw daydiay kakaisu na nga naadal ko nga ingles ket na virus… ngem believe ako sa mga ito kasi uray no dida ammo agsurat ken agbasa ti nagan da, apay nga naka-abroada, ngem kaasi da met ta talaga nga rigat ti ibaklay da iti abagada… ngem no awan met daguitoy a tattao awan development ditoy nabaknang a lugar gapu ta daguiti nababaknang dida met ammo nga agusar ti pala ken maitured nga agtiti under the sun everyday. Pag magsalita ka ng proper grammar di nila maintindiha… kaya baliktadin upang they will understand.

    Posted by gil-ayab | August 12, 2013, 10:22 pm
  21. he he he he! There was a story told by my friend in Canada that he, an ilokano, and a paki were conversing in English, of course, and a whitey was listening. The whitey asked them, when they paused, what language they were speaking. English – – the paki said. he he he

    Posted by blacie | August 13, 2013, 8:56 am
  22. Ti tao nalaing da nga agkorihir ti pada da a tao ngem dida met makita diay bukod da a bagi… no ti kit-kitaem ket not make sense lang ti makitkitam awan serbina, no nasirib ka masapul agamiris ka… haan lang a negative effect ti kitaem masapul met nga kitaem diay positibo a banag tapno adda silaw ti biag. Adu ti nasisirib ken nababaknang ngem dida makita ti pudno a kasapulan daguiti tattao a napapanglaw isu da pay laeng ti mangirurumen ken mang-gon-gondaway. awan ti baknang no awan ti panglaw, awan ti nasirib no awan ti muno… this does not make sense because we don’t have sense.

    Posted by gil-ayab | August 13, 2013, 6:57 pm
    • Kasla diay kuna ni PNoy, walang mahirap kung walang kurap. Walang kurap kung walang porkie. Buti suspended muna un porkie nila. Sana nga forever na wala para dyan natin makikita kung sino talaga ang sincere na magsisilbi sa taong bayan.

      Posted by Wan Bol | August 22, 2013, 6:42 pm
  23. Gil-ayab talaga nga maka-luaak dayta nga inka in post itatta, diak ammo no sadino ti kapanunotam ta mai-yannatop amin nga inka imabaga, agyamanak ti panangilawlawag mo kadagiti awan nagadalan da ken masisirib nga kas kenka, I salute you Sir with your COMMENT,s Take Care.

    Posted by Bartek Tuleng | August 13, 2013, 7:21 pm
  24. awan baknang no awan napanglaw . . awan nasirib no awan mono?! madin sa ti ayona detoy inka impasaksak. gilayab. ti met makunak no awan nabaknang, napanglaw aminen nga tao and vice-versa. No awan nasirib, dogyot aminen nga tao and again vice-versa. Ket nayonak pay . . no awan lallaki, saan nga amin ket babbai ta addanto latta met syoke a kas kanyak . .. . . hi hi h I!

    Posted by syoke | August 13, 2013, 8:53 pm
  25. ha ha ha

    Posted by gil-ayab | August 13, 2013, 9:51 pm
  26. I love you all, this conversation between us, it’s like the song I call dardardepeck nga agnanayon, wen kakabsat sapay koma ta umatidog pay ti biag tayo amin,God bless to each and everyone of us Like I said I love you all, Take Care.

    Posted by Bartek Tuleng | August 14, 2013, 8:03 pm
  27. I lhuv yhou, to . . . . . ayay! LOL

    Posted by syoke | August 15, 2013, 7:05 am
  28. ummaaaaaahhhh . . .warkkk! al-otka billit tuleng, ejek, bartek tultng, dika nagtootbrushed ket moutwashed sa met . . .agat molson beerka ken barbecue nga pato! atoyto met sigarilyong boss nga detoy ,,,durogto met. . .LOL

    Posted by syoke | August 16, 2013, 6:37 am

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