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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:15 am 
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Kahit risky, marami pa rin ang into drugs business...
Easy money kasi...

human rights nila yan magkaroon ng mapagkakakitaan na sapat para sa maayos at komportableng pamumuhay..........................kailangan ipaglaban yan ng CHR tsk :?














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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:18 am 
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The.Equalizer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Kahit risky, marami pa rin ang into drugs business...
Easy money kasi...

human rights nila yan magkaroon ng mapagkakakitaan na sapat para sa maayos at komportableng pamumuhay..........................kailangan ipaglaban yan ng CHR tsk :?


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Bakit ayaw nila magbagong-buhay?
Tapos pag napatay puro reklamo???

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:36 am 
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Parang yung batang hamog. Gawa ng gawa ng basura thread at nilalangaw tapos iiyak kapag nilocked. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 10:08 am 
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JABEZJ wrote:
The.Equalizer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Kahit risky, marami pa rin ang into drugs business...
Easy money kasi...

human rights nila yan magkaroon ng mapagkakakitaan na sapat para sa maayos at komportableng pamumuhay..........................kailangan ipaglaban yan ng CHR tsk :?


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Bakit ayaw nila magbagong-buhay?
Tapos pag napatay puro reklamo???

wala daw pakialamanan sabi ng Delawan.......ang dapat bago ang lahat pag-usapan muna yung human rights, saka na yung bagong buhay at kahirapan pag napabagsak na ang kalaban nilang administrasyon este pag nagamit na ang human rights sa kanilang agenda este pag wala ng nilabag na human rights hihihihihihihih :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:11 pm 
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puro sila "dapat" at "may ibang solution" but never did help or contribute or putting things that they were blabbering about into action.

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Paborito ni blitz yang smh. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:43 pm 
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IceColdBeer wrote:
Paborito ni blitz yang smh. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


kaya nga sinigurado ko.. baka madamay pa ako.. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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IceColdBeer wrote:
Paborito ni blitz yang smh. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


kaya nga sinigurado ko.. baka madamay pa ako.. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Sundot at singhot ginagawa ni blitz. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Awol soldier, 7 others nabbed for P521,500 worth of ‘shabu’
February 12, 2019



EIGHT persons, including a soldier who had gone absent without leave, were arrested in separate buy-bust operations in Negros Occidental on Sunday, February 10.

Police recovered from the suspects P521,500 worth of suspected shabu.

In San Carlos City, Angelito Silva, 42, of Barangay 6 was collared in the said village after police seized from him five sachets of suspected shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride) worth P240,000, drug paraphernalia, and the P500 marked money. The suspect is a high-value target.

In Silay City, Joey Polvorido, 37, of Barangay Mambulac was arrested after police recovered from him four sachets of suspected shabu weighing seven grams worth P105,000, drug paraphernalia, cellular phone, coin purse, and P4,500 including marked money and boodle money. The suspect is under the target list of Silay City Police Station.

In Bacolod City, Edmond Malanday, Daryl Punayan, and Maria Theresa Juarez were arrested in Barangay Banago.

Police confiscated eight sachets of suspected shabu worth P130,000, drug paraphernalia, and the P1,000 marked money. All suspects are detained at Police Station 3.

Also arrested in the said city was Paul John Decipulo, 28, of Barangay Tangub. He allegedly yielded two sachets of suspected shabu worth P20,000, drug paraphernalia, and the P200 marked money. He is detained at Police Station 8.

In Himamaylan City, Leonil Tejada, 34, of Barangay Suay was arrested in Barangay To-oy after police recovered from him five sachets of suspected shabu worth P2,500, and the P500 marked money. He is a former member of the Philippine Army.

In Pontevedra town, Joefe Pausa, 28, of Barangay Miranda was arrested in Barangay Recreo after police allegedly caught him for sale and illegal possession of four sachets of suspected shabu worth P24,000, the P500 marked money, cellular phone, and P150 in cash. He is a drug surrenderer.


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Police probes ‘mini-shabu lab’ in Mandaue
By John Rey Saavedra February 12, 2019, 8:05 pm



CEBU CITY -- The police in Central Visayas is now investigating a report that there is a “mini shabu laboratory” inside subdivisions in Mandaue City allegedly owned by a political family in Ozamis City and the source of illegal drugs in Cebu, a police official said on Tuesday.

Senior Supt. Julian Entoma, Mandaue City Police Office chief, said they are investigating information about subdivision units or apartments in this city with links to the Parojinog family reportedly being used to manufacture shabu.

Manufacturing of shabu in this laboratory, Entoma said, does not need sophisticated machines and a big warehouse.

“Ang ilang estilo sa laboratory, maka-produce lang og 10 kilos. So, di na kinahanglan bodega nga dagko (The kind of laboratory they have can produce at least 10 kilos of shabu so that they don’t need bigger warehouse anymore),” he said in a radio interview.

Entoma also claimed members of the Parojinog family were spotted in Mandaue City.

He named Marlon Parojinog, nephew of the late Ozamis City Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog, who has a pending warrant of arrest, as the one spotted in one of the high-end subdivisions in Mandaue.

The police are also validating the presence of a “community” composed of individuals from Ozamis City, he said.

Entoma’s revelation came after the arrest of one Charlie Duhaylungsod Fortuna during a raid conducted by the Regional Special Operations Group (RSOG) 7 (Central Visayas) which resulted in the seizure of PHP48-million worth of shabu inside a house in Vista Montana Subdivision in Barangay Casili, Mandaue City.

Accordingly, Fortuna is an underling of Romy Ramas, inmate at the Mandaue City Jail with links to the Parojinog family.

The chief of police in Mandaue said they are now validating information they gathered from Ramas after his arrest.

The late Mayor Parojinog had been linked to the illegal drug trade by President Rodrigo Duterte. He was slain in a police raid in 2017.



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Drug peddler killed, 7 others held in Bulacan anti-drug ops
By Manny Balbin February 12, 2019, 8:49 pm


CAMP GEN. ALEJO S. SANTOS, Bulacan -- A drug peddler was killed and seven others were nabbed on Tuesday as a result of intensified anti-drug operations of the Bulacan Police in this province.

Senior Supt. Chito G. Bersaluna, Bulacan police director, identified the slain drug suspect as Gilbert Cristobal, 41, tricycle driver, a resident of Barangay Caysio, Sta. Maria, Bulacan.

“The suspect fired successive shots toward the police officers after the consummated drug transaction. This prompted our police personnel to fire back, resulting in the suspect’s death,” Bersaluna said.

Recovered from Cristobal were 11 plastic sachets of shabu, one caliber 38 revolver without trademark and serial number; one black holster; a wristwatch, buy-bust money, and one black Kawasaki Bajaj motorcycle with sidecar and plate number QN 6923.

Meanwhile, seven other drug suspects were arrested in separate anti-drug sting operations conducted in the towns of Angat, San Miguel, Marilao, Bustos and Baliwag.

Bersaluna identified those arrested as Francis Santos; Arnold Esguerra, an "Oplan Tokhang" surrenderer who is on the drug watch list of the San Miguel municipal police; Emiliano Victorino San Jose, who is on the drug watch list of the Marilao municipal police; Romulo Dantis; Nelson dela Cruz, who is on the drug watch list of the Bustos municipal police; Reynald Salmo, who is on the drug watch list of the Baliwag municipal police; and Olivia Granil.

Confiscated from them were 21 pieces of transparent plastic sachets of shabu and buy-bust money.

The seized pieces of evidence and arrested suspects were brought to the Bulacan Crime Laboratory Office for appropriate examination while criminal complaints for violation of Section 5 and Section 11 of Article II of the Republic Act No. 9165 (Dangerous Drugs Acts of 2002) are being prepared for filing in court. (PNA)



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Zambo police nab 2, seize P500K shabu
By Teofilo Garcia, Jr February 12, 2019, 7:19 pm



ZAMBOANGA CITY -- Two suspected big-time drug pushers were arrested while some PHP514,000 worth of suspected shabu were seized in separate anti-drug operations in this southern port city, police said Tuesday.

Senior Insp. Shellamie Chang, Zamboanga City Police Office (ZCPO) information officer, identified the arrested suspects as Alhabir Laja, 34 and Abdelrafi Sakili, 28.

Chang said Laja was arrested by the operatives of the Police Station 9 in a buy-bust operation around 10:45 a.m. Monday in Barangay Zone 1, this city.

Confiscated from Laja’s possession were some PHP314,000 worth of suspected shabu packed in a plastic sachet, and PHP500 marked money consisting of five PHP100 bills with PHP40,000 "boodle" money, police said.

Sakili was arrested by the personnel of the Police Station 6 in a buy-bust operation around 12:10 a.m. Tuesday at a hotel along Governor Camins Ave. in Barangay Canelar, police said.

The arresting team said it seized from Sakil's possession some PHP200,000 worth of suspected shabu packed in nine heat-sealed plastic sachets and PHP200 marked money. (PNA)


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Dishwasher caught with 1 kilo of shabu
By Benjie B. Talisic|February 12,2019 - 06:51 PM


CEBU CITY, Philippines- He did not earn much a dishwasher for a Cebu City restaurant.

Joxel Chan, 28, would sell illegal drugs after he leaves his workplace to earn additional income.

But his desire for a better life cost him his freedom.

Chan was arrested for the possession of one kilo of shabu worth P6.8 million this afternoon, February 12, in his residence in Sitio San Vicente, Barangay Duljo, Cebu City.

Chief Insp. Kenneth Paul Albotra, chief of the San Nicolas Station, said that they placed the suspect under surveillance for at least a month before they planned the buy bust operation against him.

At past 2 p.m. on Tuesday, elements from the San Nicolas Police Station, City Intelligence Branch (CIB) and the Mambaling Police Station operated on him.

The anti-illegal drug operation happened two hours after the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency raided a suspected drug den in Barangay Lorega in Cebu City.


In the Barangay Duljo operation, police sent a poseur buyer to transact with Chan.

During his arrest, police confiscated P8,000 worth of shabu from his possession. They also found more packs of shabu which totalled to about a kilo inside his residence.

Albotra said that the drugs were already repacked and placed on a wooden chair which made them conclude that these were being prepared for pick up by buyers who would drop by Chan’s place.

In an interview with Cebu Daily News Digital, Chan said that he started to has transact with his supplier just last month.

Chan said that a friend left the drugs with him for a fee of P2, 500 and with instructions that these were to be picked up by a buyer. /dcb



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NAIA Customs intercepts 13 kilos of shabu
Updated February 12, 2019, 5:20 PM
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The Bureau of Customs at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) turned over to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) a shipment declared as muffler parts after it was found to contain 13.1

NAIA District Collector Carmelita Talusan said that on January 23, thru the vigilance and profiling of customs examiners at the Port of NAIA, in coordination with Customs Anti-Illegal Drugs Task Force (CAIDTF), BOC-Enforcement and Security Service (ESS), Customs Intelligence and Investigation Service (CIIS) and BOC-Xray Inspection Project (XIP), PDEA, and NAIA IADITG the 13.1 kilos shabu shipment from West Covina, California, USA was intercepted.

The examination yielded 26 packages of shabu with an estimated street value of P90 million concealed inside three (3) mufflers.

Records revealed that the subject parcel has a declared value of USD 500.00. The shipment arrived at DHL Warehouse under airway bill no. 4223900144.

Further profiling and case build up are being undertaken by PDEA for the filing of criminal cases against the consignee and his cohorts.

This recent apprehension clearly manifests the unwavering commitment of the BOC to guard the country’s border against attempts to smuggle in dangerous drugs and other anti-social goods, in addition to its revenue collection efforts.

PDEA NAIA Chief Gerald Javier said these drugs could have possibly come from the border of United States and Mexico. PDEA is now coordinating with their counterparts in the US.

The warrant for the arrest of the consignee is expected to be released immediately.


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Police keeping eye on bars, clubs following release of ‘ecstasy ring’
By Benjie B. Talisic and Morexette Marie B. Erram|February 12,2019 - 07:48 PM


CEBU CITY, Philippines – Law enforcers are now monitoring private establishments, particularly bars and clubs, where young adults frequent to party, following the revelation that a so-called ‘ecstasy ring’ operates in Cebu.

In an interview with reporters, Senior Superintendent Remus Medina, chief of the Regional Intelligence Division of the Police Regional Office in Central Visayas (PRO-7 RID), said they already identified the clubs where peddlers of ecstasy, a notorious party drug, frequent.


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This is a revised layout of the Ecstasy Ring Matrix formulated by PRO -7 and PDEA – 7. Members of the media were furnished a copy of the so-called matrix following the death of a young woman during a pre-Sinulog concert after she reportedly ingested ecstasy. | CDN Digital Graphics by Morexette Marie B. Erram



However, he refused to divulge the names of these clubs and bars so as not to preempt follow-up operations by the police.

“Yung mga bars, may mga pangalan na yung mga bars na binabantayan natin. Yes, binabantayan natin sila. Aabangin natin baka sisimula na naman yung party drugs papasok,” said Medina.

The ‘ecstasy ring’ matrix was formulated by the PRO-7 and the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in Central Visayas (PDEA-7) and serves as a guide in tracing the source of these illegal drugs.

READ MORE: Ashley Abad died of ecstasy overdose, PNP confirms; Duterte orders filing of cases vs boyfriend

A copy of the matrix was furnished to members of the media on Tuesday, February 12, 2019. But authorities requested not to disclose the names of people arrested and on bail, and those who are still ‘at large.’

One of the clubs mentioned in the matrix was LIV Superclub, located at the North Reclamation Area in Mandaue City, which was operated and owned by Kenneth Dong.

Dong was arrested last February 4, 2019 in Metro Manila for his alleged involvement in the smuggling of P6.4-billion worth of shabu in 2017.

“Now that Dong is arrested, one of the suspected bars na may pumapasok (na ecstasy) is yung LIV. Binabantayan din natin yan but no, we cannot close the bar. The police have no authority in doing so,” Medina added.

The matrix also identified a female ‘big boss’ whom authorities suspected as the primary source of ecstasy in Cebu. It also showed at least 14 more suspects, wherein five of them, including Dong, were already arrested and detained.

Six of them, whose identities will not be disclosed as per request from authorities, were arrested last January 2018 for violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act (Republic Act No. 9165) but managed to post bail.

One remained at large while investigators are still determining the identities of two more individuals,

Medina said the matrix was formed based on the information they got from the suspects arrested. /bmjo


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