Show cause order out this week

By: Ador Vincent S. Mayol March 29,2017 - 09:59 PM
SHOW CAUSE ORDER: Alita Pulga (left), Land Transportation Office Central Visayas (LTO-7)  officer in charge, and former LTO-7 director Arnel Tancingko are seen entering the Cebu City Council session hall on Tuesday, March 28, 2017. Ms. Pulga announces that show cause orders, which will explain why their driver’s licenses should not be revoked, will be issued today to David Lim Jr. and Ephraim Nuñal for the March 19 road rage incident, and to David Lim Sr.  for the March speeding incident that killed a fish vendor. CDN PHOTO/JUNJIE MENDOZA

SHOW CAUSE ORDER: Alita Pulga (left), Land Transportation Office Central Visayas (LTO-7) officer in charge, and former LTO-7 director Arnel Tancingko are seen entering the Cebu City Council session hall on Tuesday, March 28, 2017. Ms. Pulga announces that show cause orders, which will explain why their driver’s licenses should not be revoked, will be issued today to David Lim Jr. and Ephraim Nuñal for the March 19 road rage incident, and to David Lim Sr. for the March speeding incident that killed a fish vendor.
CDN PHOTO/JUNJIE MENDOZA

THE Land Transportation Office (LTO-7) will issue within this week a show cause order to David Lim Jr. and nurse Ephraim Montalbo Nuñal, requiring them to explain why their driver’s licenses should not be suspended or revoked.

David Lim Jr. will be required to explain the road incident last March 19 which led him to shoot Nuñal’s feet.

A separate show cause order will also be issued by LTO to Lim’s father, David Sr., who figured in a traffic accident that killed a fish dealer in a flyover along Archbishop Reyes Ave. in Cebu City last March 4.

Cebu Daily News tried but failed to reach lawyer Orlando Salatandre Jr., David Jr.’s legal counsel, yesterday.

Lawyer Pedro Leslie Salva, the counsel of David Sr., said they will wait for the LTO’s show cause order.

Lawyer Mundlyn Misal-Martin, Nuñal’s lawyer, said they want to know what traffic violation her client may have committed.

“My client was the victim in this case,” she told reporters.

Charges of frustrated murder and illegal possession of ammunition were filed in court against David Jr. after he shot Nuñal on the left thigh and right ankle.

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