“The P1-million prize is available to all those who can capture them dead or alive, but maybe dead would be a better option,” Duterte told the media at the Malacañang on Tuesday. President Rodrigo Dutertte’ deadline for convicts believed to have been erroneously released based on the Good Conduct Time Allowance ends today. Those who will fail to surrender before the deadline may face warrantless arrest. PHOTOVILLE INTERNATIONAL MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte is offering P1 million to anyone who can capture a heinous crime convict freed through the expanded Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) law as his 15-day ultimatum lapses today. The GCTA law came under fire following reports that it could benefit Antonio Sanchez, a former mayor of Calauan, Laguna convicted in 1990’s rape-murder case that was among the most followed in the country. The President had earlier toyed with the idea of offering a bounty for the capture of one of the 1,914 heinous crime convicts freed since 2014 through the controversial expanded GCTA policy, which more than doubled the time allowances granted to prisoners for good conduct. According to BuCor, at least 22,049 persons deprived of liberty were released from 2014 to 2019 through GCTA, with 1,914 of them had been convicted of heinous crimes such as murder and rape. President Duterte has earlier ordered the 1,914 released heinous crime inmates to surrender or be labeled as fugitives before September 19. So far, more than 600 freed convicts have turned themselves in to the authorities./PN
Maxine Clark, age 71, of Liberty, Indiana died Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at Reid Health in Richmond, Indiana.Born May 3, 1947 in Knoxville, Tennessee she was one of fourteen children born to the late John B. & Iva Lee (Gentry) Summey. On March 20, 1981 she was united in marriage to Rodney Duane Clark, and he preceded her in death on September 26, 2017.Maxine worked for many years as a CNA and in the home healthcare field. She was a member of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary in Liberty, the Delta Theta Tau Sorority, and the Liberty Garden Club. In her leisure time she enjoyed gardening and flowers; and spending time with her grandchildren.Survivors include her step-mother, Dorothy Summey of Brookville, Indiana; four children, Brian W. DeFossett of Brookville, Indiana, Greg (Renee) DeFossett of Brookville, Indiana, Michelle (Kelly) Peed of Williamsburg, Indiana and April (Larry) Gabbard of Connersville, Indiana; 14 grandchildren, Michele (Ryan) Moran, Michael (Jessica) DeFossett, Jeremy Defossett, Alyson (Kurt) Flanigan, Alyssa Persinger, Mason Peed, Kollyn Peed, Ayden Alcorn, Isabella Peed, Cierra Gabbard, Jakob Gabbard, Nikalas Gabbard, Brooklyn Gabbard and Peyton Gabbard; 8 great-grandchildren, Kurtis Flanigan, Atreyu Flanigan, Emily Moran, Riley Moran, Mikey Rosefeld, Rowin DeFossett, Heaven McQueen, Hailey McQueen. She also leaves seven siblings, Gail Kaiser of Greenwood, Indiana, Brenda Tomlin of Brookville, Indiana, Gary (Carol) Summey of Greenwood, Indiana, James (Tina) Summey of Brookville, Indiana, Jenny (Dave) Ryckman of Connersville, Indiana, Joyce (Tom II) Davis of Brookville, Indiana and Ramona (Kenny) Alig of Brookville, Indiana.In addition to her parents & husband, Duane, she was preceded in death by siblings, Minnie Watson, Berter Troutman, Howard Summey, Walter Summey, Effie May Summey, and Michael Summey.Family & friends may visit from 9 until 11:00 A.M. on Monday, March 18, 2019 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Avenue, Brookville.Funeral Services will be conducted at 11:00 A.M. on Monday, March 18, 2019 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home in Brookville. Burial will follow in West Point Cemetery in Liberty, Indiana.Memorial contributions may be directed to Reid Health Hospice. The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the Clark family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .