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PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 11:12 pm 
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Former teen actress busted in anti-drug ops in Bacoor
Updated July 15, 2019, 4:40 PM
By Noreen Jazul



Former teen actress Angela Garcia Bobis, more known as Angela Zamora, was arrested in a buy-bust operation in Bacoor, Cavite Monday.


Bobis’ live-in partner Vladimir Bersana, and three other cohorts Loro Lopez, Christian Lawrence Macanlalay, and Jovencio Isler, were also arrested by the Bacoor City Police.

Confiscated from Bobis and her cohorts were 10.08 grams of shabu worth P68,544.

Police Lt. Col. Vicente Cabatingan, chief of Police Lt. Col. Vicente Cabatingan, told ABS CBN News that Bersana was arrested first before he told the police where Bobis and his cohorts were.

The five were brought to Bacoor City Detention Center.


https://news.mb.com.ph/2019/07/15/forme ... in-bacoor/

Napanood ko yan. Taena yung ka-live in ampanget. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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tiyanak2 wrote:
Former teen actress busted in anti-drug ops in Bacoor
Updated July 15, 2019, 4:40 PM
By Noreen Jazul



Former teen actress Angela Garcia Bobis, more known as Angela Zamora, was arrested in a buy-bust operation in Bacoor, Cavite Monday.


Bobis’ live-in partner Vladimir Bersana, and three other cohorts Loro Lopez, Christian Lawrence Macanlalay, and Jovencio Isler, were also arrested by the Bacoor City Police.

Confiscated from Bobis and her cohorts were 10.08 grams of shabu worth P68,544.

Police Lt. Col. Vicente Cabatingan, chief of Police Lt. Col. Vicente Cabatingan, told ABS CBN News that Bersana was arrested first before he told the police where Bobis and his cohorts were.

The five were brought to Bacoor City Detention Center.


https://news.mb.com.ph/2019/07/15/forme ... in-bacoor/

Napanood ko yan. Taena yung ka-live in ampanget. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:





baka naman daks brad....

aanhin ba nilang mala adonis kung iksi iksi lambot lambot naman..


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reporter: "ininguso pa nya ang kanyang kinakasama"





- may naalala lang..


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yan ang hindi magandang epekto ng droga :(





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The.Equalizer wrote:
yan ang hindi magandang epekto ng droga :(





....nakakalabo ng mata :lol:



akala ko kikintab...



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yan ang hindi magandang epekto ng droga :(





....nakakalabo ng mata :lol:



akala ko kikintab...



:lol: :lol: :lol:

:shock:





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Kung addict man itong construction worker, dapat natin itong bigyan ng proteksyon at karapatang magbagong buhay...
Collateral lang sa pagiging addict nya ang pagrape nya sa isang 1 year old na batang lalake...


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1-year-old boy raped, killed in Makati

THIRD ANNE PERALTA-MALONZO
July 17, 2019



A CONSTRUCTION worker admitted Wednesday, July 17, to raping and killing a one-year-old boy in Makati City.

In a chance interview with Gerald Reparip, 28, he said he was intoxicated when he did the crime.

“Kung nagawa ko po ‘yun, pasensya na po. Nadala lang po ng alak,” he said in a press conference led by Makati City Police Chief Colonel Rogelio Simon.

Reparip denied he was under the influence of illegal drugs when he committed the crime.

The boy's body was found by his grandmother around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 17, on the seventh floor of an abandoned building in Barangay San Antonio, Makati City. The boy was rushed to a hospital but he was declared dead on arrival.

Also found in the crime scene was the boy's diaper. Investigators examined the victim's and found a wound in his anus.

Police said according to witnesses, the suspect was last seen buying in a sari-sari store nearby around 8 p.m. of July 16. Some witnesses also said they saw the boy with Reparip, prompting the police to investigate on the suspect's involvement in the crime.

Based on initial investigation, the victim’s grandfather, who serves as the caretaker of the building, was having his birthday celebration in the building's second floor. Reparip was one of the visitors.

During the interrogation, police found blood stains on Reparip’s underwear.

Simon said the suspect admitted to choking the victim before raping him.

Reparip will face charges with homicide and will undergo drug testing.

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JABEZJ wrote:
Kung addict man itong construction worker, dapat natin itong bigyan ng proteksyon at karapatang magbagong buhay...
Collateral lang sa pagiging addict nya ang pagrape nya sa isang 1 year old na batang lalake...


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1-year-old boy raped, killed in Makati

THIRD ANNE PERALTA-MALONZO
July 17, 2019



A CONSTRUCTION worker admitted Wednesday, July 17, to raping and killing a one-year-old boy in Makati City.

In a chance interview with Gerald Reparip, 28, he said he was intoxicated when he did the crime.

“Kung nagawa ko po ‘yun, pasensya na po. Nadala lang po ng alak,” he said in a press conference led by Makati City Police Chief Colonel Rogelio Simon.

Reparip denied he was under the influence of illegal drugs when he committed the crime.

The boy's body was found by his grandmother around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 17, on the seventh floor of an abandoned building in Barangay San Antonio, Makati City. The boy was rushed to a hospital but he was declared dead on arrival.

Also found in the crime scene was the boy's diaper. Investigators examined the victim's and found a wound in his anus.

Police said according to witnesses, the suspect was last seen buying in a sari-sari store nearby around 8 p.m. of July 16. Some witnesses also said they saw the boy with Reparip, prompting the police to investigate on the suspect's involvement in the crime.

Based on initial investigation, the victim’s grandfather, who serves as the caretaker of the building, was having his birthday celebration in the building's second floor. Reparip was one of the visitors.

During the interrogation, police found blood stains on Reparip’s underwear.

Simon said the suspect admitted to choking the victim before raping him.

Reparip will face charges with homicide and will undergo drug testing.


yes naman!... super mahalaga ang buhay lalo na ng mga mahihirap at mga naliligaw ng landas 8)

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Cops foil delivery of P78 M shabu; three dead

Published July 24, 2019, 4:37 PM
By Calvin Cordova


MANDAUE CITY — A police operation against a big-time drug syndicate operating in Metro Cebu led to the seizure of P78 million worth of suspected shabu and the death of three members of the drug syndicate who shot it out with authorities during the buy-bust operation Tuesday afternoon.


Police Col. Jonathan Abella, chief of the Mandaue City Police Office, said it took a month of surveillance before the buy-bust operation materialized.

Two of the suspects died on the spot, while another died on the way to the hospital.

One of the fatalities was identified as Prince Gem Malapo of Barangay Labangon, Cebu City.

The two fatalities remain unidentified as of press time.

“According to the intelligence monitoring, they were part of a big-time syndicate responsible for the distribution of illegal drugs in Metro Cebu,” said Abella.

Police said the three suspects on board a van agreed to meet the supposed drug buyer on Zuellig Street in Barangay Subangdaku, Mandaue.

But the drug suspects fired shots when they noticed they were transacting with undercover cops.

After the shootout, operatives of the City Intelligence Branch (CIB) recovered 11 big packs containing white crystalline substance believed to be shabu, three other small packs and 12 sachets of shabu – all weighing 11.5 kilos, police said.

Also found in the vehicle were a bundle of cash, one .45 caliber pistol, one KG9 submachine gun and a .38 caliber revolver.

Mapalo’s sister, who rushed to the crime scene said she was not aware that her brother was involved in illegal activity.

“What we knew was that he was working as a delivery boy of poultry products,” the sister said.



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11 kilos of shabu seized in Cebu came from Metro Manila
By John Rey Saavedra July 25, 2019, 6:04 pm



CEBU CITY – The Police Regional Office in Region 7 or Central Visayas (PRO-7) on Wednesday said the PHP78-million worth of shabu seized from the three men, who were killed in a shootout with policemen in Mandaue City on Tuesday, came from Metro Manila.

PRO-7 chief Brig. Gen. Debold Sinas said based on intelligence reports gathered by operatives of the Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) of the Mandaue City Police Office, the shabu from Metro Manila was transported here on a still undisclosed date.

Col. Jonathan Abella, chief of the Mandaue police, said the operation on Zuellig Ave., Mandaue Reclamation Area, was also a product of months of surveillance and verification of information gathered from drug suspects arrested in previous anti-drug operations.

Abella said CIB operatives of the Mandaue City Police Office conducted the buy-bust in the area. Sensing that they were transacting with the authorities, the three men on board a gray multi-cab van opened fire at the police, who then returned fire.

Two of the suspects died right away, while the third one was brought to the hospital but was declared dead on arrival.

Abella said the police seized a large pack of shabu and 10 teabags containing shabu with a total weight of 11 kilos with an estimated market value of PHP78 million.

The operatives from the CIB also recovered a .357 revolver, .45 caliber pistol, a KG-9 submachine gun, and the multi-cab van used by the suspects.

As of this posting, the police identified only one of the three men killed in the shootout. The police said Prince James Mapalo, 21, of A. Lopez, Labangon village of this city was identified by his father who rushed to the area after hearing the report.

According to the police, Mapalo “handed over one extra-large pack covered with yellow packaging tape containing white crystalline substance believed to be shabu to the PNP poseur buyer in exchange for PHP1,000 on top of boodle money.”

The Scene of the Crime Operatives (SOCO) processed the crime scene while representatives from the Mandaue Prosecutors Office were tapped for inquest proceeding to determine the legitimacy of the operation.

CIB operatives are now investigating to determine the identities of the two other slain suspects and the owner of the multi-cab used in transporting drugs in Metro Cebu and other towns in the province. (PNA)



https://www.pna.gov.ph/articles/1075976

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PDEA arrests 5, seizes P5.4-M ‘shabu’ in northern Negros city
By Nanette Guadalquiver July 25, 2019, 8:13 pm


BACOLOD CITY -- About PHP5.4 million worth of suspected shabu were seized by agents of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) during an operation in two houses at Avida Village North Point in Talisay City, Negros Occidental on Thursday morning.

Nicolas Gomez, provincial officer of PDEA-Negros Occidental and Bacolod City, told the Philippine News Agency (PNA) the amount is equivalent to a total volume of 800 grams.

Arrested were Rhodora Hamantoc, 57, and her nephew Markline Cuadra, 25, who were subjects of the search warrant issued by Judge Estefanio Libutan of the Regional Trial Court Branch 50 in this city.

Three others, present in Hamantoc’s residence, were also apprehended -- Eul Vincent Suanico, 33; Robert Discutido, 23; and Ellan Vhone Hamantoc, 19.

Gomez said the suspects are still in their custody, but they will be endorsed for detention at the PDEA-Regional Office 6 (Western Visayas) in Iloilo City after cases are filed against them on Friday.

A joint team from the PDEA regional and provincial offices conducted what was considered a “high-impact operation” that started around 9 a.m.

One of the operatives, who requested not to be named, said that Hamantoc and Cuadra have been placed under surveillance for some time.

The two are believed to be previous residents of Purok Kagaykay, Barangay 2, a village in Bacolod City known for the presence of several drug personalities.

Both Hamantoc and Cuadra, considered high-value targets, have been previously arrested for drug-related offenses.

During the operation, the PDEA team, with K-9 dogs, first searched the house of Hamantoc before proceeding to the residence where Cuadra was staying.

The recovery in Talisay was the largest in the series of operations of PDEA in Negros Occidental this month.

On July 23, the team led by Intelligence Agent I Sisa Cortez arrested seven persons and dismantled a drug den at Barangay 5 in San Carlos City. At least PHP136,000 worth of suspected shabu were recovered from the suspects.

On July 5, two suspects, who yielded about PHP340,000 worth of shabu, were also arrested in a buy-bust operation at Barangay Mandalagan here by the team of Intelligence Agent I Mario Portugal Jr. (PNA)



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Virac man gets 24 years in jail for shabu, bullets
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A resident of barangay Calatagan Tibang in the capital town of Virac was sentenced last week to a total of 24 years in prison and to pay a fine of P300,000 for possession of illegal drugs and ammunition.

The Regional Trial Court meted Dindo Sauza Manlangit to a prison term ranging from four years, two months and one day as minimum to 10 years as maximum for possession of four Cal. 22 bullets.

For having been caught with 0.114 gram of methamphetamine hydrochloride, he was given a stay in hail from 12 years and one day as minimum to 14 years as maximum plus the fine.

Records show that in the evening of June 13, 2016, a team led by then Senior Inspector Edgar Clerigo went to Manlangit’s residence to serve a search warrant issued by the Court against him.

When the first group of lawmen arrived, Manlangit immediately entered his house and shortly thereafter, the sound of flushing water was heard from inside the house. Something was also thrown out of the window, landing on the ground at the back of the house.

When the suspect did not go out or open the door despite repeated requests, the police forced their way inside through the back door.

A search of the residence and the ground outside led to the discovery of a medium-sized plastic sachet containing white crystalline granules and a smaller one with traces that both later tested positive for shabu, Also found were the four Cal. 22 ammunition, 57 small unused plastic sachets, two cellphones and three lighters.

In his defense, Manlangit, who was a research assistant at the National Irrigation Administration, claimed the witness against him was lying when he claimed that he (Manlangit) was selling drugs from Monday to Friday from 9 to 10 A.M. and 2 to 2:30 A.M. when he was at work at the time.

He tried to insinuate that the drug items found were planted by two men who went inside the house by destroying the back door.

Manlangit also presented his two children as witnesses but the Court noted their conflicting testimonies. Worse, a drug test of his urine sample yielded a positive result for the presence of shabu. The Firearms and Explosives Office at Camp Crame also certified that he was not a licensed firearm holder.

In the decision rendered July 11, 2019, RTC Branch 43 Presiding Judge Lelu P. Contreras cited a barangay official’s declaration that there were reports that Manlangit sold drugs and that the latter was warned by barangay captain Epifanio Linan.

“Dindo failed to show proof of any motive on the part of the police officers to impute falsely against him a crime as serious as violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act,” the Court stated.



http://www.catanduanestribune.com/article/42C7

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