MB Daily News Update: Mandaluyong hit-and-run suspect surrenders

With just two weeks before the inauguration of the country’s top two leaders, the Philippine National Police (PNP) announced that it will be imposing six-day gun bans in Metro Manila and Davao City where President-elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and Vice-President-elect Sara Duterte will be taking their oaths, respectively.

Jose Antonio San Vicente, who admitted driving the vehicle that ran over a security guard at a mall in Mandaluong last June 6, 2022, surrendered to Philippine National Police (PNP) Officer-in-Charge Lt. Gen. Vicente Danao.

Three public schools in Pangasinan, Bataan, and Iloilo were among the 50 finalists in the shortlist of World’s Best Schools.

These are among the top stories this Wednesday afternoon, June 15, 2022.

SUV DRIVER. Jose Antonio San Vicente (2nd fro mleft) , the driver who violently ran over a mall guard in Mandaluyong City days ago, together with his parents, speaks at Camp Crame, June 15 2022. San Vicente voluntarily went to the PNP to surrender his SUV. (Mark Balmores)
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