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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 9:56 pm 
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P5.4M worth of ‘shabu’ seized in Lipa and Legazpi
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:16 AM May 23, 2018



Police and antinarcotics operatives seized P5.4 million worth of “shabu” (crystal meth) in separate operations in Batangas and Albay provinces on Monday.

In Batangas, police arrested Marcial Orbigoso, said to be one of the top drug suppliers in Makati City, while they were serving a search warrant for illegal firearms at Barangay Pangao in Lipa City.

Seized from Orbigoso were 14 plastic bags, containing 300 grams of suspected shabu worth P2 million, and a .45-caliber gun.

In Albay, agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) confiscated 500 grams of shabu, worth P3.4 million, from Myla Panuncio after a drug bust at Barangay Puro in Legazpi City.

The PDEA said Panuncio, a resident of Pasay City, was operating in different areas in the Bicol region. —Reports from Maricar Cinco and Mar S. Arguelles



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P6.5-M worth of ‘shabu’ seized in Cavite
BY THE MANILA TIMES ON MAY 23, 2018

CAMP VICENTE LIM, Laguna – Operatives of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) seized P6.5 million worth of methamphetamine hydrochloride, locally known as shabu, from a suspected big-time pusher in Dasmariñas, Cavite.

The suspect was identified as Mohammad Ontil y Salvador, during a buy-bust operation at 3:45 a.m. in Area 1, Barangay (village) H-2, Dasmariñas City on Monday.

Joint elements of PDEA Region 4-A (PDEA Calabarzon) under the supervision of Director 3 Adrian Alvariño, in coordination with the Dasmariñas City Police Station and PNP Regional Drug Enforcement Unit, conducted an entrapment operation after the suspect received the buy-bust money in exchange for one black eco-bag containing about one kilogram of shabu.

Ontil will be charged for violation of Section 5 (Sale of Dangerous Drugs) in Article 2 of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002. He is presently detained at the jail facility here. ROSELLE AQUINO



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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 9:58 pm 
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Authorities intercept P11-million worth of shabu
posted May 22, 2018 at 11:00 pm by Joel E. Zurbano



Government agents reported intercepting another smuggled shipments of shabu worth more than P11 million at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

The two shipments, which the importers described as cabinet and pillow from California, USA, were uncovered based on the profiling of the Bureau of Customs-Naia examiners.

The parcels underwent X-ray examination, K9 dog sweeping, field test using a chemical identifier and reagent which all indicated the presence of illegal drugs.

Customs Commissioner Isidro Lapeña said the shipments weighing of 2,375.5 grams were estimated to be worth P11.87 million. 

In a related development:

• The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines declared 16 major airports under its supervision as drug-free facilities.

This, after 2,187 employees of these airports were tested negative during the drug testing conducted by the CAAP Office of the Flight Surgeon and Aviation Medicine from Feb. 7 to May 4 this year.

The agency’s Anti-Illegal Drug Testing Program is based on a March 7, 2013 memorandum which consists of provisions from Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act of 2002, the Civil Service Commission’s memorandum circular 13 series of 2010 which calls for a drug-free workplace in the bureaucracy, and the Philippine Civil Aviation Regulation on Psychoactive Testing and Reporting.

CAAP spokesperson Eric Apolonio said the random drug tests were also in accordance with the agency’s mission of ensuring a safe, secure, and green Philippine skies.

Among the major airports tested were Davao International Airport and Laguindingan Airport in Cagayan de Oro City which 298 and 264 CAAP employees respectively, tested negative to illegal drugs.

One of the packages intercepted contained 2,031 grams of shabu and consigned to Juey Cuenca of Imus, Cavite by a certain Stephanie Morse. It was intercepted on April 27.

“The other was seized on April 23 containing 344.50 grams of shabu and is consigned to Susano Trinidad of Cubao, Quezon City. The sender is a certain Audio Schit,” said Lapeña.

Both packages were found to have fictitious consignees and delivery address.

The Customs-Naia has been continuously interdicting imports and exports disguised as furniture and other general merchandise but the actual contents are illegal drugs. 

“In support of the anti-drug campaign of President Rodrigo Duterte, we have intensified our anti-drug operations at the ports, and so we were able to apprehend eight drug shipments in March and April in Naia alone,” Lapeña said. 

Late last month, a shipment of smuggled drugs worth P20 million was intercepted by airport authorities who applied a controlled delivery scheme to arrest its consignees.

The suspects were Antonio Lobiano Baguinbin, 38, resident of Sta. Ana, Manila; and Gundelina David, 64, of 182 Pedro Gil Street, Malate, also of Manila.

Elements of the Naia Inter-Agency Drug Interdiction Task Group applied a controlled delivery scheme to arrest the suspects in simultaneous operations in Manila and Makati City Friday night.

The controlled delivery technic is used when a consignment of illicit drugs is detected and allowed to go forward under the control and surveillance of law enforcement officers in order to secure evidence against the organizers of such illicit drug traffic.

This operation has been proved effective in some countries in identifying and bringing to justice principals, organizers and financiers of the drug trade.

Investigation showed that the shabu shipments, declared in the documents as car seat booster and baby crib, arrived at the Federal Express warehouse last Monday.



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nahuli na si ajot parohinog sa taiwan kitakits sila sa kulungan ng pamangkin nya :lol: :lol: :lol:

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nahuli na si ajot parohinog sa taiwan kitakits sila sa kulungan ng pamangkin nya :lol: :lol: :lol:

May uto uto na namang magrereklamo niyan at bakit natagalan hulihin. :lol: :lol:

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IceColdBeer wrote:
05xmen23 wrote:
nahuli na si ajot parohinog sa taiwan kitakits sila sa kulungan ng pamangkin nya :lol: :lol: :lol:

May uto uto na namang magrereklamo niyan at bakit natagalan hulihin. :lol: :lol:


huhulihulihin papakawalan din yan iaabswelto yan ni digong yung mga mahihirap lang kaya nya yung walang kalaban laban :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2018 11:32 pm 
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05xmen23 wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
05xmen23 wrote:
nahuli na si ajot parohinog sa taiwan kitakits sila sa kulungan ng pamangkin nya :lol: :lol: :lol:

May uto uto na namang magrereklamo niyan at bakit natagalan hulihin. :lol: :lol:


huhulihulihin papakawalan din yan iaabswelto yan ni digong yung mga mahihirap lang kaya nya yung walang kalaban laban :lol: :lol:

Mismo! Si panot lang talaga ang alam ang tuwid na daan. :lol: :lol:

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Fugitive Ozamiz City dad ‘Ardot’ Parojinog arrested in Taiwan
By: Jhoanna Ballaran - Reporter / @JhoannaBINQ INQUIRER.net / 08:15 AM May 24, 2018

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FIREPOWER High-powered firearms allegedly kept by Ozamiz City Councilor Ricardo Parojinog previously seized by policemen after a raid on a security agency office and an inn. (JESREL HIMANG/CONTRIBUTOR)


After 10 months of being on the loose, Ozamiz City Councilor Ricardo “Ardot” Parojinog has been arrested by authorities in Taiwan, the Philippine National Police (PNP) said on Thursday.

PNP spokesperson Chief Supt. John Bulalacao confirmed to reporters the arrest of Parojinog, the younger brother of slain Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Sr. He was being hunted down for his alleged involvement in the illegal drugs trade as well as other unlawful activities.

Bulalacao said councilor Parojinog tried to enter Taiwan using illegal immigration documents. His arrest came five days after the police raided his office and inn in Ozamiz City, where a cache of high-powered firearms and illegal drugs were recovered.

On Tuesday, a known Parojinog lawyer, former Ozamiz City prosecutor Geronimo Marave Jr., was assassinated.

In September last year, President Rodrigo Duterte offered a P5-million bounty for the arrest of the city councilor, who has been in hiding since the bloody raid that killed Mayor Parojinog, his wife Susan, and 14 others.

The operation resulted in the arrest of Ozamiz City Vice Mayor Nova Princess Parojinog-Echavez, and her brother, Reynaldo Jr.

Members of the Parojinog family have been linked to illegal drugs deals and other illicit undertakings. /kga



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PNP: ‘Ardot’ Parojinog would have to face raps in Taiwan
By: Jhoanna Ballaran - Reporter / @JhoannaBINQ INQUIRER.net / 05:23 PM May 24, 2018

Arrested Ozamiz City Councilor Ricardo “Ardot” Parojinog would have to face charges in Taiwan before being deported to the Philippines, the Philippine National Police (PNP) said Thursday.

PNP spokesperson Chief Supt. John Bulalacao said Philippine authorities have no hand in Parojinog’s arrest as Taiwanese authorities received a red notice from Interpol that the councilor was about to enter Taiwan using illegal documents.

“[It was] not initiated by the PNP, this was because of the red notice of the Interpol that he has no document when he went to that place that’s why the Taiwan government monitored his presence in the area,” Bulalacao said in a press briefing.

“True enough, nalaman na wala siyang documents [it was learned that he has no documents] when he entered Taiwan,” he added.

The spokesperson said there is no definite date yet when Parojinog would be deported from Taiwan as the deportation process would still take a while.

He said once Parojinog gets back to the country, he would be facing several cases of illegal possession of firearms and explosives.

Bulalacao said the PNP is investigating the report that Parojinog was aided by Taiwanese drug lords to flee the country.

“Isa rin sa dapat imbestigahan ng PNP ‘yon kung totoo yung report na yon pero sa ngayon wala pa kaming pinanghahawakang dokumento or ebidensya tungkol sa report na yan,” he said.

(That is one of the angles the PNP will need to investigate if that report is true. As of now, we do not have yet any documents or evidence to back it up.)

Parojinog had been in hiding since his older brother, Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Sr., was slain in a bloody drug raid in July last year.

The younger Parojinog was being hunted down for his alleged involvement in the illegal drugs trade as well as for other illegal activities.

His arrest came five days after the police’s raid in his office and inn in Pagadian City, which yielded a cache of high-powered firearms and illegal drugs. /jpv


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Bago drug op seizes P170-T ‘shabu’
By Cyrus Garde -Thursday, May 24, 2018


BACOLOD City – Suspected shabu worth about P170,000 was recovered in a drug buy-bust operation in Barangay Don Jorge Araneta, Bago City, Negros Occidental, a police report showed.

Drug suspect Rodel Llupar, 37, of Barangay 2, Bago City was arrested around 5:30 p.m. on Monday, the report further stated.

Llupar’s arrest came after he sold shabu to an undercover officer for P25,000, police said.

The marked money was only P100 placed on top of cut-out papers, added the police.

Llupar’s black motorcycle was also confiscated. He was detained at the Bago City police station lockup facility and facing charges for violation of sections 5 and 11 of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

Joint elements from the city’s police station and the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency staged the sting operation./PN


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By: Jhoanna Ballaran - Reporter / @JhoannaBINQ INQUIRER.net / 05:23 PM May 24, 2018

Arrested Ozamiz City Councilor Ricardo “Ardot” Parojinog would have to face charges in Taiwan before being deported to the Philippines, the Philippine National Police (PNP) said Thursday.

PNP spokesperson Chief Supt. John Bulalacao said Philippine authorities have no hand in Parojinog’s arrest as Taiwanese authorities received a red notice from Interpol that the councilor was about to enter Taiwan using illegal documents.

“[It was] not initiated by the PNP, this was because of the red notice of the Interpol that he has no document when he went to that place that’s why the Taiwan government monitored his presence in the area,” Bulalacao said in a press briefing.

“True enough, nalaman na wala siyang documents [it was learned that he has no documents] when he entered Taiwan,” he added.

The spokesperson said there is no definite date yet when Parojinog would be deported from Taiwan as the deportation process would still take a while.

He said once Parojinog gets back to the country, he would be facing several cases of illegal possession of firearms and explosives.

Bulalacao said the PNP is investigating the report that Parojinog was aided by Taiwanese drug lords to flee the country.

“Isa rin sa dapat imbestigahan ng PNP ‘yon kung totoo yung report na yon pero sa ngayon wala pa kaming pinanghahawakang dokumento or ebidensya tungkol sa report na yan,” he said.

(That is one of the angles the PNP will need to investigate if that report is true. As of now, we do not have yet any documents or evidence to back it up.)

Parojinog had been in hiding since his older brother, Ozamiz City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog Sr., was slain in a bloody drug raid in July last year.

The younger Parojinog was being hunted down for his alleged involvement in the illegal drugs trade as well as for other illegal activities.

His arrest came five days after the police’s raid in his office and inn in Pagadian City, which yielded a cache of high-powered firearms and illegal drugs. /jpv


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Dapat malaman saang airport or port nanggaling papasok ng Taiwan para matrace kung sino kakutsabang immigration officer.

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7 killed in anti-drug raid in Matalam, North Cotabato
By: Williamor Magbanua - @inquirerdotnet Inquirer Mindanao / 08:29 AM May 26, 2018



KIDAPAWAN CITY – Seven persons were killed in an anti-drug raid conducted by policemen who were supported by soldiers in Matalam, North Cotabato near midnight Friday.

North Cotabato police spokesperson Superintendent Bernard Tayong said combined police and military authorities were serving a search warrant against a certain Dading Kasan and an Intan Aban in Sitio Biao in Barangay Kilada around 11:15 p.m. when they were met with gunfire.

“During the implementation of the search warrant, the subjects together with their companions fought and engaged the law enforcers in heavy firefight,” Tayong said.

Tayong said the shootout lasted for about an hour.

“After the firefight, seven injured suspects were brought to Babol hospital but they were declared dead upon arrival,” Tayong said.

Police did not identify the slain suspects. Seized from the suspects were high-powered firearms that included a caliber .50 sniper rifle and rocket propelled grenade launchers. /muf



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Bacolod’s top drug lord falls
BY EUGENE Y. ADIONG ON MAY 26, 2018


BACOLOD CITY: The long arm of the law finally caught up with Bacolod’s top drug personality when he was killed along with a relative after a 15-hour police operation in a coastal village on Thursday afternoon.

Killed was Ramy Poja, 36, alleged leader of the Poja Drug Group and identified by authorities as a high value target, No.1 Most Wanted Person in the area of Police Station 3 and one of the top drug lords in Western Visayas
Police officers cornered Poja in a house in Sitio Sibucao, Purok Rosas Pandan, Barangay Banago, Bacolod City after a hot pursuit operation “to get him at all cost,” was ordered by Senior Supt. Franciso Ebreo, acting Bacolod city police director.

Police found Poja and two companions – Roberto Lim and Rusty Constantino –holed up in the house of Salvador Poja at around 4:20 p.m.

The operation against Poja was an offshoot of the encounter between his group and personnel from Police Station 3 led by Senior Insp. Victor Paulino who chanced upon the group while conducting an anti-illegal gambling operation at past midnight.


Paulino was injured in his left thigh when the group of Poja shot him.

Officers negotiated for their surrender but Poja and his two companions fired at them, police said.
Lim was also killed in the shootout while Constantino was injured.

The police also arrested Poja’s girlfriend Claudine Bindol and Cyril Jarina.

Poja has pending warrants of arrest for gun and drug charges.

Recovered from the house where the suspects were cornered was a Spyke 5.56 caliber rifle, a .45 caliber pistol, one Samsung cellphone, 56 grams of shabu and assorted drug parahernalia.

Poja escaped the police dragnet in 2016 and in February this year by throwing grenades at pursuing lawmen.

With Poja’s death, Inspector Adrian James Albaytar, assistant team leader of the City Drug Enforcement Unit of Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) told Radyo Bandera- Bacolod in an interview yesterday that Brgy. Banago will now “be an open market for those who want to control the illegal drug trade in northern Bacolod.”

“We plan to seal off the area from illegal drugs,” Abaytar added.


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