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Cops Seize PhP 1 billion Worth of Shabu in Cagayan

Cops got seized PhP 1 billion worth of shabu in Cagayan
Image Source: Inquirer.net


Philippine National Police (PNP) dug up black bags and boxes containing 180 kilograms of suspected shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride) worth close to PhP 1 billion in an abandoned farm in Claveria town in Cagayan province over the weekend.

PDEA (Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency) Chief Undersecretary Isidro Lapeña and PNP (Philippine National Police) Chief Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa presented to media all 180 packs each containing 1 kilogram of shabu at Camp Crame in Quezon City.

The drugs recovered in the farm owned by a certain Rene Dimaya located at Barangay Culao was intended to be transported to Binondo Chinatown in Manila, Dela Rosa said.

Acting on a tip from a civilian, joint operatives of the PNP Anti-Illegal Drugs Group, Special Action Force, Bureau of Customs and PDEA raided Dimaya’s farm. The shabu packs were placed in seven black bags with markings “Leah D” stuffed inside a blue ice box.

Dela Rosa also said that the suspects might have buried the box in the farm out of fear.




“Natakot sila. Supposed to be from the sea, mag-approach sa lupa, sasakay sa fishing boat tapos dedeliver agad sa Binondo. May consignee doon na Intsik din eh. Natakot sila, nilibing sa lupa,” he added.

The operation, however, yielded zero arrests.

Asked about the source of the contraband, Dela Rosa said the shabu packs may have come from China or Taiwan.

“The northern part of the country is the closest point going to China and Taiwan. I’m sure the source is overseas either China or Taiwan, sinasalubong ng fishermen, nilalagay sa maliit na bangka tapos dadalhin sa mainland Philippines,” he said.

Dela Rosa said the PNP is still in the process of identifying the syndicate and drug personalities behind the shipment. But he said, police will investigate Dimaya.

“As to who the persons behind this shipment are, zero pa tayo. Wala pa. Pero ‘yung may-ari ng lupa, ang first impression, talagang sasabihin natin he has constructive positon dito kasi sa lupa niya nakuha,” he said.

Once they identify the drug personalities involved, the tough-talking official said he will list them as among the high-value targets of the police “so they would die.”
“Idadagdag natin ’yan sa listahan. Ililista para mamatay ’yang gago na ’yan,” Dela Rosa said.

Source: Inquirer.net

11 comments:

  1. These numbers of drugs confiscated should be burn immediately, in order not to give temptation to other police members. We could just leave few grams of it as evidence in the court.

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  2. Their is no reason to keep those tons of drugs in our police storage, burn it immediately......

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  3. Baka mamaya ma recycle na naman yan. Hwag nman sana. Dapat sunugin na yan.

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  4. Sunogin Na yan, wag nang e tago Sa storage ang authority , burn it in public para makita nang Tao Na totoong change.

    Grabe Na ang nakuha nyong droga Pero d Alam nang Tao if Saan Na pumunta o Baka binalikbalik Lang para ma post.
    Transparency dapat

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  5. Yes, you have to watch sa dulo ng north ng Philippines. But marami ng islands that they can hide it. Ingat lang. God bless.

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  6. Yes, you have to watch sa dulo ng north ng Philippines. But marami ng islands that they can hide it. Ingat lang. God bless.

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  7. That's one reason our country need relentless effort to stop drugs menace,you could imagine 180 kilos is a huges quantity how many individuals that this drugs can ruined their life.druglords is the main culprit that must be eliminated by hook or by crook..

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  8. That's one reason our country need relentless effort to stop drugs menace,you could imagine 180 kilos is a huges quantity how many individuals that this drugs can ruined their life.druglords is the main culprit that must be eliminated by hook or by crook..

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