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Pangasinan police will pay for tips on drug suspects
P5k for information that will lead to arrest of drug pushers

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Detainees sleep on the floor as they await processing during the operations targeting drug personalities, persons with warrant of arrest and violators of city ordinances of the PNP Eastern Police District covering the area of Pasig, Marikina, Mandaluyong and San Juan City at the EPD Headquarters in Pasig. One hundred ninety eight (198) people were arrested during the operations.INQUIRER PHOTO/RAFFY LERMA

DAGUPAN CITY, Pangasinan — The Pangasinan police office has put up a P5,000-reward for information that would lead to the arrest of any drug pusher operating in the province.

“We know that there are still many [drug pushers] out there who have not surrendered,” said Supt. Jackie Candelario, deputy provincial police director, in a Thursday news conference.

As of Sunday (Aug. 7), 895 out of the 11,206 individuals, who have surrendered, were confirmed to be drug traffickers, while the rest were their addicted clients.

A police informant can send a text message to telephone nos. 0927 381 4992, on the name of a suspected drug pusher or the location of a drug den, the informant’s location and the manner by which the illegal drugs have been sold, Candelario said.

The tip would be validated, and a police operation would be launched, after which the informant would be asked by text to claim the reward.

“We will ensure the security and confidentiality of the informer’s identity,” said Candelario.

Shabu (methamphethamine hydrochloride) has become a rare commodity in the province, and has become expensive, he claimed.

Since July 1, a total of 292 drug suspects have been arrested. The police also confiscated 260.99 grams of shabu and 27.112 kilograms of marijuana.

But 21 drug suspects were killed by policemen undertaking buy-bust operations, while 36 others were killed by unidentified gunmen. Eleven people were found dead in the different towns of the province.
Candelario said the police were still investigating all these killings, as of Thursday.

In Nueva Ecija, a top police official said the Central Luzon police have been validating information that 10 mayors and vice mayors were tied to illegal drugs.

Chief Supt. Aaron Aquino, Central Luzon police director, made the revelation when he addressed 1,122 confessed drug abusers and drug traders in Talavera town.

Aquino said a hundred policemen have been placed under investigation for drug links. SFM/rga


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 11, 2016 5:48 pm 
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116 cops test positive for shabu use – PNP-DIDM

Published August 11, 2016 1:20pm
Updated August 11, 2016 1:49pm

A total of 116 out of the 75,964 police personnel who underwent random drug test have tested positive for shabu use, a Philippine National Police official said Thursday.

At a press briefing, Senior Supt. Fausto Manzanilla Jr., executive officer of the Directorate for Investigation and Detective Management, said the police officers found positive will be undergoing pre-charge evaluation and investigation.

“They will be recommended to face summary hearing procedures. Not automatically (dismissed) but they still have to undergo disciplinary procedures so it should be applied. We have rules on that,” Manzanilla told reporters.

The summary hearing procedure to be conducted by the Internal Affairs Service will allow the complainant and the respondent police officer to present their arguments and evidence. The IAS will then hand its decision based on the arguments and counter-arguments and evidence presented.

He, however, said that those who tested positive were only 0.15 percent of the total number of personnel who were tested from different units and offices from July 1 to August 10.

He did not identify those who tested positive nor from what unit or region they come from.

Excluding 35 cops tagged in drug trade

Meanwhile, Manzanilla said they have yet to get the result of the drug and confirmatory tests conducted on the 35 police officers who surrendered to PNP chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa.

“There's no result yet and we are awaiting that from the Crime Lab(oratory),” he said.

The police officers turned themselves in after they were tagged by President Rodrigo Duterte as being involved in the illegal drug trade.

“Parang hindi pa kasama dyan sa 116 yung mga nag-surrender kasi noong Lunes lang yun,” he said.

Among those who surrendered were:

one chief superintendent,
three senior superintendents,
eight superintendents,
three chief inspectors,
three senior inspectors,
one Senior Police Officer 4,
three SPO2s,
two SPO1s,
six PO3s,
two PO2s, and
three PO1s.

He said three of the retired police officers named by Duterte surrendered to the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group. — RSJ, GMA News


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SMC donates P1-B to gov’t for drug rehab centers

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MANILA — It once donated a total of P1 billion to typhoon relief efforts in recent years, making it the single biggest donor in Philippine business history, but today, San Miguel Corp. is broadening the scope of its corporate social responsibility program to be in tune with times.

The diversified conglomerate announced on Thursday that it would match its earlier record and donate a total of P1 billion to the government for the building of rehabilitation facilities as part of President Duterte’s campaign against illegal drugs.

“Peace and order is key to our country’s progress and development,” SMC president and COO Ramon S. Ang said in a statement. “More significantly, our human capital is key. By supporting government in this endeavor, we are helping create an environment that will enable various sectors of our society to participate in and contribute to our country’s growth.”

The exact disposition of the funds from the 125-year old firm will be determined by “concerned agencies of government,” the firm said.

San Miguel — the country’s largest conglomerate with group-wide assets of P1.3 trillion, and revenues of P329 billion in the first half of 2016 — earlier donated P500 million for housing projects in Cagayan de Oro and Iligan City in the wake of Typhoon Sendong, and another P500 million for a similar scheme in Leyte after Typhoon Yolanda.

“In the fight against illegal drugs, rehabilitation is crucial to providing drug dependents a chance at restoring their lives and becoming part of the solution to a better Philippines,” Ang said.

“This way, we save lives, protect families and build better communities,” he added.

The company also said it already conducted initial talks with Philippine National Police Director General Rolando “Bato” dela Rosa to discuss the initiative.

Company officials said that the PNP chief had conveyed to Ang the growing need for more drug rehabilitation centers around the country because existing establishments were either for-profit facilities whose services were beyond the reach of the average Filipino or, in the case of the more affordable rehabilitation centers, already crowded.

Earlier reports have pegged the cost of rehabilitation services at existing centers between P20,000 and P100,000 a month.

Over the last decade, San Miguel has diversified from its traditional food, beverage and packaging businesses to industries key to national development. These include infrastructure, power generation, and oil refining and marketing.

The company said that the private sector could make a significant contribution to government’s efforts if corporate social responsibility objectives wer aligned with state initiatives. SFM

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 11, 2016 6:42 pm 
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Taliño: drug list is reliable


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CHIEF SUPT. Noli Taliño, director of the Police Regional Office in Central Visayas (PRO-7), maintained that the contents of the drug list given to President Rodrigo Duterte were reliable.

“I’m sure the President’s source is reliable. You know that he can tap all intelligence units in the country to validate reports,” he said.

Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma on Tuesday described as ill-advised and half-baked the decision of President Duterte to publicly identify the local officials allegedly involved in the illegal drugs trade.

While he supported the President’s campaign to curb illegal drugs, Palma said the fundamental requirements of due process and the rule of law must be observed at all times.

The prelate also expressed doubt on the reliability of the list, as he pointed to the inclusion of a judge from Calbayog City who died eight years ago.

Taliño said those who were mentioned by the President have been given the opportunity to explain their sides and clear their names.

He said PRO-7 is also currently validating reports regarding the alleged involvement of some police officers in the illegal drugs trade.

Once the report is “validated and revalidated,” a list will be sent to PNP Director General Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa.

He did not mention the number of policemen in Cebu and other parts of Central Visayas who are being investigated for their alleged participation in illegal drug activities.

Duterte on Sunday identified seven policemen in Central Visayas who are allegedly coddling drug lords.

They were Supt. Romeo Santander, PO2 Michael Cortez, SPO1 Onel Nabua, SPO1 Jen dela Victoria, PO2 Jomar Ybañez, PO3 Ryan Martus Kiamco, and SPO3 Christie Cielo Tingad. They all denied links to illegal drugs.

Also named by the President were former Cebu City mayor Michael Rama and San Fernando Vice Mayor Fralz Sabalones, both of whom likewise denied the accusation.

Taliño clarified that he did not provide the names of those mentioned by Duterte, saying the list was with Camp Crame even before he assumed as regional director of PRO-7 last July 4.

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CIDG-Davao monitors 5 foreigners linked to drugs

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THE Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) in Davao Region is closely monitoring foreign nationals believed to be behind illegal activities in the region.

CIDG-Davao Director Edilberto DC Leonardo said the agency has been monitoring five foreign nationals who have been linked to illegal drug trade in the region.

"Merong foreign nationals, pero very discrete pa. They are in a secluded area, not really here in Davao City," Leonardo said.

But he said they could not yet reveal any further information as the investigation is still ongoing.

As to whether these foreigners are connected to the floating laboratory earlier discovered in Subic, Leonardo said, its unit in coordination with other government agencies are still investigating the matter.

Leonardo said drugs were transported from the Mainland China to the shoreline of the Philippines, and sometimes it is transported via private fishing vessel from China to Hong Kong to Philippines.

"Ibabagsak nila sa shoreline ng Pilipinas, yung magbabagsak hindi niya kilala yung kukuha, ganunang modus. Meron foreign traders who will pick-up the supplies," Leonardo said.

He said that foreign nationals are connected with locals, adding that they will distribute the drugs to locals for trading and business.

"Nakakarating ito sa Mindanao through our Muslim brothers. Hindi rin lahat meron naman din Christians. Nag-uutos niyan galing sa Metro Manila. Kanya-kanyang kleyente yan," Leonardo said.

Leonardo issued such statement after four foreign nationals were arrested in two separate operations in Cebu City Tuesday because of their illegal activities.

Authorities arrested three Korean nationals including one fugitive from Seoul, South Korea for allegedly being involved in extortion, wherein the victims are also Koreans.

According to reports, the fugitive Korean suspect, who is a Mafia member in Korea, was charged with double murder case and is subject to death penalty in his country.

The Korean fugitive was able to enter the Philippines 15 years ago for using a fake passport.

Meanwhile, a fugitive Czech national was arrested in a separate operation of authorities in Cebu City for allegedly being involved in fraud.

The four nationals will reportedly be deported back to their respective countries.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on August 11, 2016.

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Iloilo exec tries and fails to 'catch' Duterte

Published August 12, 2016 1:33am
BY FERDINANDH CABRERA, GMA News

DAVAO CITY – A town mayor from Iloilo flew to Davao City hoping to meet with President Rodrigo Duterte and clear his name.

Mayor Mariano Malones of Maasin, Iloilo, was one of the local chief executives named by Duterte to have alleged links to the illegal drug trade.

But he was not able to meet with Duterte, despite his effort to travel from Iloilo to Mindanao on Thursday.

He told GMA News that he could not get a Manila-Davao flight so he took the Manila-Gen. Santos City route.

He traveled more than three hours from Gen. Santos to “Panacañang or Malacañang of the South” in Davao City but he was not allowed entrance by the President Security Group officer because he was not on the list.

Duterte was in town to meet Olympic silver medalist Hidilyn Diaz and hold a press conference.

Unperturbed, Malones asked for assistance from friends and acquaintances to connect with the President. This too was a dead end.

Malones claimed he was not afraid to come to Davao because he was familiar here having lived in the city for 11 years, while studying at Rizal Memorial College.

He also said that his 22-year political career in Maasin is beyond question.

“I was just taking chances, Pres. Duterte is a friend,” Malones said.

But despite this friendship, he left Panacañang in despair.

“But it was difficult to make arrangement with the President, I just tried my luck. I wanted to clear my name, I appeal to him to reconsider me, I am not involved in any illegal transactions, especially illegal drugs,” he added.

Malones, however, was able to meet with Philippine National Police Director General Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa the other day. — BAP, GMA News



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QC mayor Bautista admits to aides: My brother Hero failed drug test

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MAYOR Herbert Bautista (left) and brother, Councilor Hero Bautista. Inquirer file photo

In a closed-door meeting with department heads on Wednesday, an “emotional” Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista admitted that his brother, Hero, was the councilor who tested positive for marijuana and “shabu” (methamphetamine hydrochloride).

Sources present in the meeting told the Inquirer on Thursday that Bautista’s voice “cracked” when he made the announcement, ending days of speculation on who among the 36 city councilors came up positive in voluntary drug tests conducted at city hall last week.

It remained unclear what sanctions would be imposed on Hero, who was elected councilor of the fourth district in the May polls.

One of the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity for lack of authority to speak on the matter, said Bautista vowed to have his brother undergo “drug and spiritual counseling.”

Another added that the mayor had said he would not use his influence to get Hero out of his predicament.

The Inquirer tried to reach Bautista for comment but was told by his staff that he would not speak on the matter for now.

Hero’s staff, on the other hand, said the councilor would deliver a privilege speech before the city council to air his side on Monday.

Earlier this week, Bautista told reporters who were pressing him on the councilor’s identity that he had yet to see the official report on the drug tests.

“I really don’t know [who the councilor is],” he said, stressing that the person concerned should voluntarily undergo rehabilitation.

“If he’s my sibling, he should be rehabilitated,” he added, prompting reporters to ask why he had to mention his brother.

Bautista replied: “He has just been elected councilor. Maybe it’s him, we do not know.”

Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte, who announced last week that one of the councilors’ confirmatory drug test results had come back positive, said that Bautista already knew who it was as early as Thursday last week.

She added that it was up to him to decide what sanction he would impose on the official whom they tagged a “victim” of the drug menace.

Under Quezon City’s drug-free workplace ordinance, those who test positive for drugs will be required to undergo “guidance counseling” (for occasional users) and a “mandatory six-month treatment and rehabilitation program” in a government-run facility (for chronic users).

It was unclear if this would mean Hero’s suspension or dismissal.

Sought for comment, Senior Supt. Guillermo Eleazar, the Quezon City Police District director, said that if it was indeed Hero who had tested positive, they would leave it up to the City Anti-Drug Abuse Council to deal with him based on civil service regulations, pointing out that they did not consider him a drug suspect. TVJ

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‘Ninja’ cops charged in court for recycling seized ‘shabu’

05:48 AM August 12th, 2016



The Department of Justice (DOJ) has charged in court four “ninja” cops for their alleged failure to account for two suitcases containing more than 50 kilograms of “shabu” seized during an “unreported” buy-bust operation in Pampanga in 2013.

Police officers who take part in antidrug operations, seize the contraband, and then turn around and sell the confiscated drugs are dubbed “ninja” cops.

Charged in the Regional Trial Court in Angeles City with violation of Republic Act No. 9165—the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002—were Chief Insp. Bienvenido P. Reydado, Chief Insp. Arnulfo G. Ibañez, Senior Insp. Romel N. dela Vega, PO 1 Rommel C. Raquipiso and eight John Does.

They face charges of misappropriation, misapplication and failure to account for confiscated and seized dangerous drugs.

The case stemmed from a complaint filed by the Criminal Investigation and Detection Unit through Senior Supt. Albert Ignatius D. Ferro.

Chinese suspects released

The complaint accused Reydado, head of Pampanga’s Criminal Investigation and Detection Team, and the other respondents with failure to account for the suitcases of shabu confiscated in an operation on Aug. 28, 2013.

The group also allegedly failed to account for a Hyundai Starex van and a Toyota Camry sedan taken in the same operation.

The complaint included testimony by two witnesses who were part of Reydado’s team who said the latter instructed them not to document the operation and not to process the Chinese nationals who were arrested as a result.

The two Chinese, Yang Fang Ping and Tony Sy Chan, were eventually released, according to the witnesses who were also police officers.

One witness, SPO1 Oliver Padilla, said he and the other witness, SPO1 Martin Santiago, were accused by Reydado and the others of “burning” their “personal” drug operations by reporting them to higher-ups.

Unlicensed guns

During service of the search warrant, the authorities found several unlicensed firearms, vehicles and P2.6 million in cash in Reydado’s “safe house” in Balagtas, Bulacan.

Among the vehicles were a blue Mitsubishi Montero and two Yamaha motorcycles. Ferro said the vehicles were not listed in Reydado’s statement of assets, liabilities and net worth.

He said that a check with the PNP Crime Laboratory showed Reydado’s group failed to turn over the confiscated drugs.

Reydado denied the accusations, saying a court had dismissed the search warrant issued against him.

But the DOJ said the warrant that was quashed by the court was for illegal possession of firearms.


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