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'Big-time pusher' timbog sa Davao City
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Naaresto noong Sabado sa buy-bust operation ang isa umanong notoryus na tulak ng ilegal na droga sa Davao City.

Apat na buwan nang binabantayan ng pulisya ang lalaking suspek bago ikinasa ang operasyon, kung saan nakuha rin ang 16 sachet ng hinihinalang shabu na nagkakahalagang P360,000.

Kabilang sa mga parokyano ng suspek ang mga sabungero at tsuper, ayon sa pulisya.

"Medyo malaki-laki talaga ang network niya," ani Lt. Carlo Magno, deputy station commander ng pulisya sa Toril, Davao City.

Ayon sa suspek, hindi sapat ang kaniyang kinikita bilang construction worker kaya pinasok niya ang pagbebenta ng ilegal na droga.

Inaalam na rin ng pulisya kung sino ang nagsu-supply ng shabu sa suspek at saan ito nagmula.

-- Ulat ni Claire Cornelio, ABS-CBN News



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P51-M halaga ng 'shabu' natagpuan ng mangingisda sa Northern Samar
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MAYNILA - Natagpuan ng isang mangingisda ang P51 milyong halaga ng hinihinalang shabu sa dalampasigan ng Biri, Northern Samar.

Itinurn-over ng mangingisda sa pulisya nitong Sabado ang 3 sealed plastic ng droga na may bigat ng 2 kilo at isang bukas na plastic bag na may bigat na 1.5 kilo.

Nitong mga nakaraang buwan, natagpuan ang iba pang ilegal na droga sa mga dagat at dalampasigan sa may silangang bahagi ng bansa.



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P.7-million shabu seized in Taguig sting
Ralph Edwin Villanueva (The Philippine Star) - August 11, 2019 - 12:00am



MANILA, Philippines — Police seized nearly P700,000 worth of methamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu in a drug bust in Taguig City on Friday.

A total of 100 grams of shabu with a street value of P680,000 were seized from Roda Gunda, 43, and Sumandal Gunda, 52, in a sting staged at the parking area of a mall in Western Bicutan.

Raymart Buenaventura, Percival Buenaventura, Ernesto Valle, Philip Ongsitco, Mary Jane Bourlaos and Melchor Castro Jr. were arrested in separate stings in Navotas yesterday.

At least 15 more persons were arrested in separate anti-drug operations in Quezon City since Friday. – Marc Jayson Cayabyab, Romina Cabrera



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marami diyan talaga sa Taguig :shock:



not to discriminate against Muslims, but isa sa mga notorious shabu supply channels ang mga Muslims embedded in predominantly Muslim communities....sa Taguig andyan yung Maharlika Village....sometimes they already encroach slowly sa neighboring non-Muslim communities, using non-Muslim contacts....pero the major dealers hide behind the Muslim communities :shock:

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‘4 Chinese drug lords released since June’
Cecille Suerte Felipe (The Philippine Star) - August 30, 2019 - 12:00am


1,914 inmates convicted of heinous crimes freed since 2014



MANILA, Philippines — Even before the controversy over the aborted release of convicted rapist-killer Antonio Sanchez, four convicted Chinese drug traffickers were released from the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) last June, Sen. Panfilo Lacson revealed yesterday.

Lacson said he got a copy of the names of some of the convicts released recently and learned that four of them were Chinese drug traffickers.

“These are the names of Chinese nationals who were recently released from imprisonment at the Building 14 of maximum security compound of Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) this June 2019. They are Chan Chit Yue, Kin San Ho, Ching Che and Wu Hing Sum,” Lacson said as he hinted at possible anomalies in the release.

“I’m getting more details from my source at the NBP,” Lacson said when The STAR asked for more information about the released convicts.

“Recently released (from the) maximum security compound June 2019. Not just August to be transferred to BI (Bureau of Immigration). All these Chinese drug lords had been convicted for violation of illegal drug laws,” Lacson added.

“They were released to the custody of the BI for possible deportation. But these are convicted Chinese drug lords that have already been released as of Aug. 16,” he said.

BuCor officials said they could not identify prisoners released on good conduct or other reasons. But BI officials confirmed Lacson’s findings, saying the four Chinese were turned over to them on June 26.

Melvin Mabulac, deputy spokesman and chief of the national operations center of the BI, said the BuCor turned over to them five Chinese convicts.

Mabulac said the five Chinese are currently detained at the BI’s detention facility in Taguig City pending deportation proceedings.

Mabulac confirmed the names of the four Chinese named by Lacson. He identified the fifth as Hu Wai Tang.

Mabulac said BI Commissioner Jaime Morente and two BI deputy commissioners have already signed the summary deportation order of the five Chinese last Aug. 23. He added he does not know when they will be deported.

Lacson, on the other hand, said the release of the convicted Chinese drug lords will be among the issues to be pursued in a scheduled inquiry of the Senate.

Lacson clarified the whereabouts of the three convicted Chinese drug lords are unknown as only one convict was turned over to the BI.

If the drug lords were released in June, the basis of the release could not be based on the good conduct time allowance (GCTA) under Republic Act 10592.

The Supreme Court has ruled all prisoners regardless of whether already serving his/her sentence or undergoing preventive imprisonment may qualify for the reduction of their sentence pursuant to the time allowances under RA 10592 only on July 1.

Lacson said he will ask for the list of names of prisoners released and who are about to be released as part of the implementation of RA 10592.

“We’ll ask for the list. Right now I have a copy of some releases, names of releases. At least four of those released last Aug. 16 are Chinese drug lords,” Lacson said.

Lacson also noted they have been trying to secure a copy of the reported Aug. 20 release order of Sanchez after his family reportedly prepared to pick him up from NBP that day.

“If we take the word of the members of the family, there was a release order issued as of Aug. 20. They claimed mayor Sanchez was even fingerprinted,” Lacson said in referring to the prison release procedure.

He added that even BuCor chief Nicanor Faeldon admitted that there were 11,000 to be released in two months for GCTA.

“And by his own admission, Faeldon said 11,000 prisoners are lined up for release,” Lacson said.

Lacson described the bulk release of prisoners as part of the GCTA as highly suspicious, thus necessitating the Senate inquiry and possible amendment of RA 10592.

“That’s why maybe it’s subliminal or malicious or mischievous that (money changed hands). When we talk of 11,000 convicts to be released at P10,000 each or P5,000 each, you can just imagine the huge amount of money involved. I’m not saying it happened. But it is a possibility. You ask yourself why (they are being released wholesale).”

Lacson said one of the objectives of the Senate inquiry is to hold accountable officials and employees of the NBP and BuCor who may have abused their discretion in implementing the GCTA.


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The BuCor said it has released 1,914 prisoners convicted of heinous crimes due to GCTA since 2014.

BuCor legal chief Frederic Anthony Santos, however, refused to comment on Lacson’s revelations regarding the release of the four Chinese convicts.

Santos also refused to clarify the reports that Faeldon signed the release order of the three convicts in the rape-slay of the Chiong sisters in 1997.

“We cannot confirm nor deny that document because if we do, we are singling them out. All the names of the 1,914 (convicts) will also be released because they are similarly situated,” Santos said. ?Santos stressed they can only divulge the number of the convicts released but not their names.

“You can file to the courts compelling me to divulge the names... of the people deprived of liberties who were released. That is part of it,” he said.

Santos also denied reports that Faeldon signed the release paper of Sanchez.

“As far as I know, there is none (such document),” he said.

Sanchez and his family had claimed his release documents have already been signed.

Sanchez was convicted in 1995 for the rape and murder of student Eileen Sarmenta and the murder of her friend Allan Gomez in 1993.

Reports of possible release of Sanchez sparked public outrage, prompting authorities to suspend implementation of the GCTA.

Sanchez was supposedly included in the 11,000 inmates that may be released due to GCTA but the Department of Justice clarified the former mayor is not eligible since he is convicted of a heinous crime. – With Robertzon Ramirez, Ralph Edwin Villanueva


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P4.3M worth shabu seized from 2 drug pushers in Naga City buy-bust
By: Mar S. Arguelles - Correspondent / @msarguellesINQInquirer Southern Luzon / 09:09 AM September 04, 2019


LEGAZPI CITY — Anti-narcotics operatives recovered at least P4.3 million worth of shabu (crystal meth) from two alleged big time illegal drug pushers who were arrested in a drug operation in Naga City on Tuesday night.

Major Maria Luisa Calubaquib, spokesperson of the Bicol police, said Yuner Inda and Jamaica Dela Cruz were caught after selling P50,000 worth of shabu to an undercover police officer in Barangay Balatas at around 7:30 p.m.

Seized from the suspects were 31 plastic sachets of the illegal drugs weighing 700 grams.



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'Shabu' worth P1M seized in Oro
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NEARLY P1 million worth of suspected illegal drugs was seized by police and anti-narcotics agents in separate drug busts in Cagayan de Oro City on Wednesday, September 4.

Police arrested Michael Andamun, 24, resident of Dabatian Street, Carmen, this city, inside an inn along JR Borja-Pabayo streets.

Andamun yielded around 105 grams of suspected shabu (Methamphetamine hydrochloride), worth around P714,000.

The Regional Police Drug Enforcement Unit (RPDEU-10) said Andamun is listed under police's Directorate for Intelligence (DI).

Police are still investigating the background of the suspect in the illegal drug trade.

Lawyer Edgardo Uy, chairperson of the Regulatory and Complaint Board (RCB), urged management and owners of inns and hotels to be responsible in taking in customers.

"It is a welcome note that our dedicated law enforcement units are always on the alert, and have in fact delivered positive results of their operations, because our city is moving towards becoming a metropolis so we need to ensure every inhabitant's safety and security," Uy said.

"I hope more law defiant individuals and groups will fall into the long arms of the law. Each one of us has a role to play. Every citizen must be conscious that our communities play a major role in shaping the future of the coming generations. We can ensure a better future for everyone if we act now," he added.

Meanwhile, members of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency-Northern Mindanao (PDEA-10), have arrested two mothers who were allegedly involved in the illegal drug activities in Barangay Balulang, this city.

Arrested were Jalilah Itomama alias "Pidao Macaondot Itomama" and Divina Sumagayon alias "Diding", both residents of Riverside Carinugan, Balulang.

PDEA-Northern Mindanao said Itomama was number 8 while Sumagayon was number 9 target-listed drug personality in the city.

Each of them yielded around 15 grams of shabu worth P102,000.

Arrested drug suspects are now detained and will face drug charges.




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Buy-bust nets P600-K ‘shabu’
By Mae Singuay -Friday, September 6, 2019



BACOLOD City – Suspected shabu weighing about seven grams valued at around P600,000 was seized in a buy-bust operation in Barangay Banago.

Resident Mary Rose Santillan yielded the suspected illegal drugs, a police report showed.

Santillan was nabbed after she sold suspected shabu to an undercover officer for P1,000 around 3 a.m. on Sept. 5, it added.

She was detained in the lockup facility of Police Station 3.

Charges for violation of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 will be filed against Santillan./PN



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P17.2-M shabu seized in Bacolod in past 3 months
By Nanette Guadalquiver September 6, 2019, 7:21 pm


BACOLOD CITY -- Operatives of Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) drug enforcement unit have seized PHP17.193 million worth of suspected shabu from June to August this year.

A report released by the BCPO on Friday showed 154.62 grams of the prohibited substance with a street value of PHP2.319 million were recovered in June.

In the same month, city police personnel conducted 60 operations and arrested 88 persons, and filed 112 cases.

Operations in the third week of June alone led to the recovery of PHP1-million worth of suspected shabu from eight suspects in three separate buy-bust operations.

In July, operatives confiscated 590.10 grams of shabu worth PHP7.081 million. During the period, 58 operations were conducted and 87 persons were arrested. A total of 116 cases were filed against those arrested.

Among the major hauls in July were PHP1.2 million worth of shabu recovered from 43-year-old Regina Oro and her 20-year-old son Sam Oro Aguirre at Purok Bayanihan, Barangay Banago.

Also, operatives seized a total of PHP5.062 million of the prohibited substance from four persons during a buy-bust in a residence at Barangay Alijis.

In August, a total of 694.41 grams of shabu were seized with a street value of PHP7.793 million. The illegal drugs were seized during 55 operations, which led to the arrest of 91 persons and the filing of 152 cases.

On August 20 alone, operatives confiscated PHP1.4 million worth of suspected shabu from suspect Maricar “Cecil” Chavez in a buy-bust at Barangay Tangub.

Col. Henry Biñas, city police director, said he has directed the operating units to intensify the campaign against prohibited drugs to minimize, if not eradicate, the supply in Bacolod.

The supply of shabu seized in the city in recent weeks is believed to have been intended for distribution during the MassKara Festival next month, the police earlier said. (PNA)



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P68-M ‘shabu’ found in abandoned speedboat in Zambales
By: Cathrine Gonzales - Reporter / @cgonzalesINQINQUIRER.net / 08:38 PM September 06, 2019


MANILA, Philippines — Authorities recovered on Friday 10 kilograms of suspected “shabu” worth about P6.8 million in an abandoned speedboat near the shore of Magsaysay Beach Front in Barangay Lodoc in Palauig, Zambales.

The recovery was made after the Palauig Municipal Police received a telephone call from the village captain about an abandoned speedboat.

Acting on the report, joint elements of the Palauig Municipal Police, 302nd Maritime Police Station and the Philippine Coast Guard proceeded to the area. Initial investigation showed that the capsized boat without markings was floating around 300 meters away from the shoreline.

Recovered from the speedboat were five plastic bags containing two kilograms each of suspected “shabu,” and other items, including a pack of cigarettes.

Authorities also found an abandoned motorcycle around 500 meters away from the speedboat.

The illegal drugs were brought to the Zambales Provincial Crime Laboratory Office while the other items were brought to the Palauig Municipal Police Station for documentation.

An investigation was ongoing as of this posting.



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