In an interview with members of themedia, the four escapees claimed they made the escape because they missed theirfamilies, especially Elangos who claimed that his family never visited him. On Tuesday afternoon, Sazon was thefirst to surrender through the assistance of Radyo Bandera Sweet FM Bacolod. Inthe evening, Capa yielded to the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group –Negros Occidental while Peñoso turned himself in through Bombo Radyo Bacolod. The four escapees were Sunny Capa, 22;Ely Lawrence Sazon, 20; Michael Peñoso, 25; and Jeffrey Elangos, 38, whoescaped at about 12:45 a.m. on Monday. BACOLOD City – Four detainees whobolted the lockup facility of Police Station 3 in Barangay Mandalagan hereseparately turned themselves in to authorities. When asked about the child abuse casefiled against him, Elangos admitted he hurt one of his children out ofdiscipline and he had no evil intentions over the incident. However, Culanag pointed out that evenif he and the other members of the station were removed from their post, thepolice operations will still continue. Major Ruel Culanag Police Station 3chief, said the other reason for the escape may be as a revenge by Sazon andCapa over the P9.1 million drug seizure. The detainees will possibly face malicious mischief chargesfor destroying the property of the police station. They cut off one of thesteel bars of the cell using a saw to escape. On Tuesday, the station fortifiedthe cell by adding more steel bars. (Witha report from PNA/PN) “Now that they are back, it will be totheir advantage. (Their surrender) will serve as a mitigating circumstance. Ifthey did not surrender, it would mean they are guilty. They can still defendthemselves since they have not been convicted yet,” said Lieutenant ColonelAriel Pico, spokesperson of the Bacolod City Police Office. Police are now waiting for the four’scommitment order for them to be moved to the custody of the Metro BacolodDistrict Jail. Culanag said both suspects used theescape in order to ruin the station’s career effectively relieving him fromduty and also affecting the station’s anti-illegal drugs drive.
Raymond O’Meara was at the game for Tipp FM Sport.Cashel beat Skerries in Spafield to finish fifth in the table and secured their eleventh win from fifteen games.Peter Silk was at the game for Tipp FM Sport. It was a good day for Tipperary clubs ahead of the League’s re-structuring next season. After today’s results both Tipp clubs will play in the newly formed Division 3 next season. Nenagh Ormond beat Rainey OB by 26 points to 14 at New Ormond Park to finish ninth in the table over-all and secured Division 2A status for next year.