CARAGCalhoun Area Residents' Action Group (Minneapolis, MN)
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Carag, 32, has the advantage of having lived in Ilocos Norte most of her life.
Gullas said that according to Carag, the man may be a member of a group of thieves responsible for the spate of highway robberies in the barangay.
Only two of these task--that of drumming and the collection of the carag leaves--are done by men.
Topacio and Carag are in trap while Ancheta and Rosario are in skeet which uses a double-barreled shotgun to shoot two simultaneous clay targets.
Matta said Masalonga, 41, sold suspected shabu (crystal meth) to Patrolman Pablo Carag in Barangay Lawa.
Aside from Briones, also part of the Philippine delegation includes International Cooperation Office (ICO) Director Margarita Consolacion Ballesteros, Bureau of Learning Resources (BLR) Director Edel Carag, Regional Directors Francis Cesar Bringas and Gilbert Sadsad, and other officials and educators.
In Solana, unopposed reelectionist Mayor Jenalyn Carag got 29,317 votes while her husband, Meynard Carag received 29,845 votes for vice mayor.
Also charged are their still at large cohorts, namely, Mario Go, Sally Santiago, Myreen Fajardo, Chi Men Wong, Herman Artiliaga, Kathali Co Li, Agnes Esguerra, Efren Carag, Philip Nolasco, Jocelyn Gomez, and officers of Dearborn Motors Inc.
Tavas Turingan of Enrile, Cagayan; Mayor Carmelo Villacete of Piat, Cagayan; Mayor Jenalyn Carag of Solana, Cagayan; and Mayor Francisco N.
The suspects were identified as Michael Franz Carag, 22; Sarah Jane Sibayan, 25; Nina Recio and Dianne Eloisa Estrella, both 27.
The cadet trainees, aside from myself, were Toby Canto, Efren Carag, Louie de la Concepcion, Ernie del Castillo, Ed Farolan, Freddie Kanapi, Kaiku Licuanan, Hank Lopez-Dee, Romy Mosqueda, Eli Navarrete, Pouch Rous, Gene San Juan, Boy Tripon, and Ding Wenceslao.
A judge here has found probable cause to charge Solana Vice Mayor Meynard Carag in Cagayan province with estafa, for allegedly misappropriating P12.2 million in a deal he made with a private grains milling company.