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kahit ano gagawin.. magmamaktol pa rin..


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May magmamaktol na naman nito. :roll: :biglaugh:


kahit ano gagawin.. magmamaktol pa rin..


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 7:52 pm 
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Peter Lim's brother safe, 1 guard dead in gun attack
Saturday, March 24, 2018 By ELIAS O. BAQUERO


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CEBU. This is the facade of Infinity Bar along Archbishop Reyes Ave., Cebu City, where a gun attack killed one security guard before dawn Saturday, March 24, 2018. (JOB/SunStar Cebu)

A SECURITY guard was killed while another guard and two foreigners were wounded when unidentified gunmen allegedly ambushed Wellington Lim, the brother of Peter Lim, near Cebu Business Park before dawn Saturday, March 24.

Police have yet to confirm Peter Lim's claim that his brother was the target of the attack, which happened outside Infinity KTV and Music Lounge along Archbishop Reyes Ave. in Barangay Kamputhaw, Cebu City.

Killed in the attack was security guard William Bocay. Another guard, George Lambatan, sustained gunshot wounds to his face and arm, but was able to rush inside the bar for cover. Two German nationals were also wounded. One was hit on the thigh and the other on the arm.

Witnesses told authorities that the guards were guiding a black car that was pulling out of the bar's parking lot when the gunmen strafed the area. Bocay was killed on the spot. Investigators recovered 13 M16 bullets from the scene.

Peter Lim is a Cebuano businessman who has been identified by President Rodrigo Duterte as a drug lord. Along with self-confessed drug lord Kerwin Espinosa and several others, Lim is facing drug charges before the Department of Justice. (with reports from Johanna O. Bajenting/SunStar Cebu)


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Drug pushing suspect who name-dropped PDEA officer caught in PDEA bust
Saturday, March 24, 2018

A SUSPECTED drug pusher who claimed to be the brother of a Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) 7 agent was arrested in a drug bust by the City Drug Enforcement Unit of the Cebu City Police Office (CCPO) yesterday afternoon. The City Intelligence Branch (CIB) chief, Supt.

Cristopher Navida, identified the arrested person as Ihrkie Rallos, 40, who was caught in Bliss, Barangay Labangon together with three others.

“His name had been floated in previous operations in Labangon and Tisa. He also dropped the names of our personnel here in CCPO and that includes names of agents in PDEA but we don’t know the particular names yet,” Navida said. Rallos, in an interview with SunStar Cebu, said that he had been warned by his brother to stop engaging in illegal drugs.

“He even let me undergo drug rehabilitation but I still used illegal drugs,” he admitted. Also caught were John Kenneth Prajes, 24, Joshua Palatolon, 19, and Virgilio Dumagsa Jr., 64.

They yielded drugs with a Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) estimated value of P5, 664, had these reached the streets.

Three suspected drug personalities in Barangay Pahina-Central were also caught last Thursday evening.

The arrested persons were identified as Ritchel Tuazon, 41, Nichollelito Tuazon, 23, and John Arcilla, 24 who yielded P202, 960 worth of illegal drugs. (JOB) Published in the SunStar Cebu newspaper on March 24, 2018.


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2 yield P1.4 million in ‘shabu’ during buy-bust
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:20 AM March 24, 2018



DAVAO CITY–An alleged member of Nur Misuari’s Moro National Liberation Front and a student were arrested during a buy-bust operation here, the city police reported on Friday.

Senior Insp. Ma. Teresita Gaspan, city police spokesperson, said seized during the operation was P1.4 million in “shabu” (crystal meth).

She identified the arrested suspects as Cader Macud, 26, and Arsalic Gamba, 23, both residents of Tagum City. –ALLAN NAWAL


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AWOL cop, 2 others nabbed in Malate drug bust
Published March 24, 2018 3:16pm



Three people, including a policeman, were arrested in a drug buy-bust in Malate, Manila early Saturday.

Police identified the suspects as Police Officer 1 Francisco Ylagan II, an AWOL cop; Nielsen Mosqueda, a tricycle driver; and Jessica Grace Cabrera, 20.

Chief Inspector Salvador Tangdol, chief of the Manila Police's Station 5, said they seized a total of 21 sachets of shabu worth P100,000 from the three suspects.

The suspects were arrested in a buy-bust operation at the corner of M. H. Del Pilar and Quintos streets in Malate at past 5 a.m.

Tangdol said Ylagan has been on AWOL since 2014. He said Ylagan is known as "Boss" by other drug suspects.

Ylagan was assigned at the National Capital Region Police Office's Directorate for Personnel and Records Management.

Ylagan has denied that he is involved in drugs.

The suspects are facing charges for violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002. —ALG, GMA News



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Espinosa aide killed after resisting arrest in Ormoc
Sunday, March 11, 2018 By JOHN KEVIN PILAPIL


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LEYTE. In this file photo, Max Miro (in black hoodie) surrenders to Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido in Albuera, Leyte. (SunStar File Photo)


THE alleged right hand of self-confessed druglord Kerwin Espinosa was killed after he allegedly resisted arrest in Ormoc City, Leyte Saturday night, March 10. MaX Miro, a native of Albuera, Leyte, sustained multiple gunshot wounds, according to a report by the Police Regional Office in Eastern Visayas.

The report said joint forces from the regional, city and provincial drug enforcement units as well as the Ormoc City Intelligence Branch swooped down on Miro's residence in Barangay Bantigue at about 10 p.m. to serve an arrest warrant on the suspect.

Miro allegedly resisted, forcing the police to fire at him. Police said they rushed Miro to a hospital, where he was declared dead on arrival. Allegedly recovered from Miro's residence was a caliber .45 pistol, 4 bullets, an empty shell of a .45 bullet and an empty shell of a 5.56 bullet.

Miro, who confessed being part of the so-called Espinosa Group, surrendered some packs of methamphetamine hydrochloride, or shabu, and firearms to Chief Inspector Jovie Espenido, who was then the police chief in Albuera town in 2016.

Kerwin Espinosa's father, Mayor Rolando Espinosa of Albuera, was shot dead in his detention cell in Baybay Sub-Provincial Jail in November 2016 by Criminal Investigation and Detection Group agents after he allegedly resisted a search for firearms. (Superbalita Cebu)



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Peter Lim: Police behind attack on my brother
Sunday, March 25, 2018 By ELIAS O. BAQUEROJOHANNA MARIE O. BAJENTING


CEBU businessman Peter Lim said it was clear that the persons who ambushed his brother Wellington Lim before midnight last Friday used a high-powered firearms and vehicles usually issued to the Philippine National Police. “This ambush is the worst. This would be okay if the person is guilty of violating the law. But we are innocent.

Why do they do this to us? Just to satisfy public clamor? Our life is at stake here. The public must help us against this glaring attempt on the life of my brother,” Peter said.

Soon after the incident, SunStar Cebu was able to contact Peter. He said that Wellington had told him that when the latter went outside Infinity bar past 1 a.m. (according to initial police report, the attack happened around 11:45 p.m. last Friday), he saw about 10 men in black uniforms carrying Armalites.

They fired at him when he got inside his vehicle. Wellington was not hit because the vehicle is bullet-proof.

Peter said Wellington drove fast to the IT Park where the latter sought refuge inside Asia Premiere Residences, leaving his bullet-riddled car outside.

“I am requesting the media people to be present to prevent any violence of the police who are following Willy (Wellington) in IT Park,” Peter said. “I hope the media will witness any incident at IT Park because we don’t know what the police are doing now against Willy. I believe any attempt on the life of Willy will be prevented with media around,” Peter said.

He said the ambush was staged. “Grabe na gyud ni. Binuang na ni. Kinabuhi na ang nakataya ani (A life is at stake here. This is no joke),” he said. When daytime came, Peter could not be contacted anymore.

Cebu City Police Office Director Joel Doria, for his part, refused to comment on Peter’s allegations. He said the investigation on the ambush is still ongoing. “Hopefully, mag cooperate yung occupant ng condo unit as well as the guard there.

We’re still awaiting for the verification both from the condo and the Land Transportation Office regarding the plate number of the Ford Expedition,” Doria said. Published in the SunStar Cebu newspaper on March 25, 2018.


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2 respondents in Espinosa, Lim case already dead

Kristine Joy Patag (philstar.com) - April 3, 2018 - 12:08pm

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[i][size=85]Composite photo shows (from left) Kerwin Espinosa, Peter Lim and Peter Co. The Department of Justice is set to conduct a preliminary investigation on their case on April 12.
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MANILA, Philippines — Two of the respondents in the high-profile drug case filed against confessed drug trader Kerwin Espinosa are already dead, documents showed.

The Department of Justice has issued subpoena or summons to the respondents in the drug case filed by the Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group for preliminary investigation on April 12.

The summons, however, showed that respondents Max Miro and Nelson “Jun” Pepito are already dead.
Pepito was gunned down on Dec. 1, 2017 by two unidentified men riding a motorcycle. The police report, attached to the subpoena, states that Pepito was shot at 6:50 a.m. in Albuera, Leyte.

The authorities have yet to identify the perpetrators in the killing of Pepito.

Respondent Miro was killed by police in Barangay Bantigue, Ormoc City on March 10.

Others named as respondents in the case are high-profile inmate Peter Co, Cebu-based businessman Peter Lim, Lovely Impal, Ruel Malindangan and 11 others only known through their aliases.

The probe will now be handled by Senior Assistant State Prosecutor Juan Pedro Navera, Assistant State Prosecutor Anna Noreen Devanadera and Prosecution Attorney Herbert Calvin Abugan.

The three-member panel was created by Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II after criticisms were thrown against the Department of Justice for dropping the case.

Assistant State Prosecutor Michael John Humarang and Regional Trial Court Judge Aristotle Reyes, former Assistant State Prosecutor, cited the “weak complaint” filed by the police.
The PNP-CIDG has admitted that they did not attach Espinosa’s confession at the Senate to their complaint, but said that they are confident that their appeal can result in the indictment of the respondents.

Humarang and Reyes are currently being investigated by the National Bureau of Investigation for their possible offenses when they junked the complaint.




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Palace leaves fate of ex-NBI exec tagged in Catanduanes shabu lab to court
Published April 4, 2018 11:02am
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Malacañang on Wednesday distanced itself from the indictment of a former official of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) in connection with the shabu laboratory discovered by authorities in Catanduanes in November 2016.

Senior Deputy Executive Secretary Menardo Guevarra said the drug case involving lawyer Augusto Eric Isidoro, the head of the NBI anti-illegal drugs unit during the time of former Justice secretary and now detained Senator Leila De Lima, should be left to the prosecutors and the courts to handle.

Isidoro surrendered to the NBI on March 20 after the Virac Regional Trial Court Branch 43 issued an arrest warrant against him.

Isidoro allegedly owns the lot where the shabu lab, said to be the biggest one discovered in the country so far, was built.

But the basis for Isidoro’s indictment was not immediately clear as the Department of Justice, which charged him and several others over the shabu lab, has not released to the media a copy of the resolution detailing its findings.

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II has already asked the Supreme Court to transfer the trial of the case to a court in Makati City or Quezon City, citing the motion for inhibition filed by his prosecutors.

Judge Lelu Contreras allegedly could not handle the case with the required neutrality due to her actions surrounding the release of a search warrant for the then-suspected drug laboratory, according to the prosecution's motion filed on March 21.

The motion said the search warrant was issued after a trip to the town mayor's house as regards a no-building permit certification for the warehouse, and an appearance of the judge herself -- together with the mayor and the wife of Isidoro -- at the property, which visibly housed drug lab equipment. —ALG, GMA News



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Anti-narcotics group seize P5.7M shabu during Holy Week
Monday, April 02, 2018 By KEVIN A. LAGUNDA


ANTI-NARCOTICS operatives under Police Regional Office (PRO) 7 seized P5.7 million worth of illegal drugs during the Holy Week.

Chief Supt. Robert Quenery, PRO 7 director, said they conducted 119 drug busts and arrested 165 persons.

Operatives seized 512.31 grams of white crystals believed to be shabu from the suspects and accommodated 30 drug surrenderers. Quenery said the Cebu City Police Office ranked first after the seizure of 418 grams of “shabu” worth P4.7 million from security guard Mario de Jesus, who was arrested in Sitio Red Rads, Barangay Basak on Good Friday.

Last March 28, customs administration student Orpheus Pangilinan was caught with P2.8 million of illegal drugs in Sitio Romblon, Barangay Inayawan. The operations started on March 26 and ended on April 1.

Quenery said no major incident happened during the observance of Holy Week in Cebu and other parts of Central Visayas, except in Canlaon City, Negros Oriental where three persons died in a shootout at 3 p.m. on Good Friday during a riot in a cockpit.

The fatalities were Barangay Budlasan, Canlaon City Councilor Elmer Patiña and Glenn Edjan Galvan.

They were leaders of opposing groups. Wounded were Patiña’s relative Jeric, Edmund Galvan, Mark Glen Galvan and Alex Taburada. A stray bullet killed Victor Bravo and wounded two others.



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I just hope police will not abuse their authority as they implement the drug war...

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Ilang drug lords na ba sa listahan ni PDu30 ang nahuli/napatay?

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Bohol 'drug lord' arrested
Thursday, April 05, 2018 By THIRD ANNE PERALTA-MALONZO

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MANILA. Erico Digal, a high value drug personality from Bohol, who claimed sourcing his illegal drugs supply from Cebu-based drug syndicates allegedly operated by slain suspect Jeffrey "Jaguar" Diaz and detained suspected drug lord Franz Sabalones, was arrested on Wednesday, April 4, in Cavite. (Third Anne Peralta-Malonzo/SunStar Philippines)

POLICE arrested on Wednesday, April 4, a high-value drug personality in Bohol province who admitted sourcing his illegal drugs supply from Cebu-based drug syndicates allegedly operated by slain suspect Jeffrey "Jaguar" Diaz and detained suspected drug lord Franz Sabalones.

Erico Digal was arrested around 9:45 a.m. along Anuling Lejos 2, Mendez, Cavite on the strength of an arrest warrant issued by Judge Patsita Sarmiento-Gamutan of the Carmen, Bohol Regional Trial Court Branch 51.

Senior Superintendent Wilson Asueta, Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) National Capital Region (NCR) chief, said Digal is facing charges in relation to illegal possession of firearms and illegal drugs.

"Arrested person is the no. 5 on the PRO7 (Police Regional Office 7) Regional HVT (high-value target) drug personalities. He was a priority target of Bohol province before and was elevated to Regional HVT. He is the leader of Digal drug group," said Asueta.

Digal, a resident of Poblacion Sur, Carmen, Bohol, allegedly identified Diaz and Sabalones as his suppliers.

Diaz was the alleged number 1 drug lord in Central Visayas. He was killed after allegedly fighting it out with the police during an anti-drug operations in Las Piñas City in June 2016.

Sabalones, according to PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa, was a former underling of Diaz who allegedly formed his own group. He surrendered to the police together with his brother Fralz who was on the narco-list of President Rodrigo Duterte.

During their surrender, Franz admitted his involvement in the illegal drugs trade and cleared his brother's name. (SunStar Philippines)

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No. 4 most wanted person in Angeles slain in drug bust
Thursday, April 05, 2018

AUTHORITIES killed the number 4 most wanted person in Angeles City, Pampanga in a drug bust on Wednesday, April 4.

Cris Rosales allegedly drew his firearm when he realized he was dealing with policemen in Hadrian Extension 3, Mt. View Subdivision, Barangay Balibago, Angeles City.

Police Regional Office 3 director Chief Superintendent Amador Corpuz said his men were prompted to fire back and kill the suspect.

Corpus said Rosales ranked no. 4 in Angeles City's most wanted motorcycle-riding suspects and was also included in the city's drugs watchlist.

He said further investigation also revealed that Rosales has a standing warrant of arrest issued by Angeles City Regional Trial Court Branch 62 for violation of Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act.

Corpus said Rosales was also charged with robbery and carnapping before the Angeles City Prosecutor’s Office.

Recovered from the suspect were two heat-sealed transparent plastic sachets containing suspected illegal drugs and one caliber .38 revolver loaded with five ammunition.

“This accomplishment only goes to show that we are relentless in our waging war on illegal drugs and we will keep on conducting a wide range pro-active approach/strategy in our fight against all forms of criminality,” said Corpus. (SunStar Philippines)

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