Brgy. Kagawad, lover nabbed in buy-bust ops in Malabon

admin   •   January 6, 2017   •   12929

A barangay councilor, together with his lover, was arrested in a buy-bust operations in Malabon City last night.

A barangay councilor, together with his lover, was arrested in a buy-bust operations in Malabon City last night.

A barangay councilor and his lover were arrested in a buy-bust operations last night in Malabon City.

The suspect was identified as Kgwd. Kevin Reyes alias ‘Trisha’ of Brgy. San Agustin, Malabon City.

His boyfriend was identified as Jayson Nuevo.

According to the authorities, a mark money which costs P60 was used in a buy-bust operation.

Six packs of alleged marijuana were seized from the suspects. But a relative of the suspect contested the authorities.

In a video captured by Reyes’ relative, it can be seen that police personnel are conducting search operations inside their rooms.

According to Reyes’ relative, the suspect was not a drug pusher but they are not aware if he is using drugs.

His relatives appealed that only corresponding case must be filed against the barangay councilor.

However, the two suspects are now facing charges against selling illegal drugs. — Macky Libradilla | UNTV News & Rescue

Malabon City Mayor Oreta gets COVID-19

Robie de Guzman   •   March 23, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – Malabon City Mayor Lenlen Oreta on Tuesday confirmed he tested positive for novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

“Nagpa swab test tayo as part of contact tracing. Today, lumabas sa resulta na positive ako sa Covid-19,” Oreta wrote on his Facebook account.

The mayor said he is asymptomatic and will be working at home in the following days.

Nagpa swab test tayo as part of contact tracing. Today, lumabas sa resulta na positive ako sa Covid-19. Bagamat wala…

Posted by Lenlen Oreta on Monday, March 22, 2021

An ongoing contact tracing is also being conducted for those he interacted with in the past few days, he said.

Oreta reminded the public to strictly observe health protocols to help prevent further transmission of COVID-19.

“This only shows na matindi pa rin ang epekto ng COVID-19 sa Malabon. Matinding pag-iingat ang kailangan lalo na ang pagsunod sa mga health protocols,” he said.

“On behalf of the city, we would continue to ensure that we bring down the cases ng COVID dito sa ating siyudad,” he added.

Taytay PNP seizes over P1-M worth of illegal drugs

Aileen Cerrudo   •   February 18, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — The Taytay Philippine National Police (PNP) has seized over P1 million worth of suspected illegal drugs during a buy-bust operation in Rizal.

Taytay PNP Chief of Police PLtCol. Rodel Ban-o reported that suspect, Gerlie Lasap, was arrested during an operation in Barangay Sta. Ana in Taytay, Rizal.

Authorities seized from Lasap around 200 grams of suspected illegal drugs, including P99,000 worth of fake money.

“Initially, based on our findings, she’s one of the main sources of the drug supply here in Taytay. A 200 to 500 grams per transaction is a huge supply already,” he said.

Ban-O also said Lasap also has dealings in Taguig City where illegal drugs are reportedly in short supply.

“This is an indicator po na kumakaunti po ang supply (that supply is dwindling),” he added.

Authorities are currently investigating where Lasap sourced her supplies and who her buyers are. AAC (with reports from Jennica Cruz)

PDEA to freeze bank accounts of drug personalities

Marje Pelayo   •   February 5, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) and the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) have joined forces to effectively implement the forfeiture of laundered money alleged to be proceeds of illegal drug activities.

Under an agreement, PDEA shall refer to the AMLC drug-related cases for financial investigation, and if warranted, filing of cases involving freeze order, civil forfeiture, and money laundering, accompanied with specified case documents that are admissible in court.

PDEA Director General Wilkins Villanueva explained that their operations on freezing bank accounts of drug syndicates will be intensified under the memorandum.

Villanueva, however, refused to elaborate how they freeze bank accounts of suspected drug individuals.

“I assure everybody, ‘pag nanghuli kami ngayon, sigurado ‘pag nakakuha kami ng ebidensya, ide-derecho namin siya kung saan nila pinaglalalagay ang kanilang pera,” Villanueva said.

The PDEA Chief is also eyeing to use the money of drug syndicates in the agency’s rehabilitation programs.

“Magmo-motion tayo sa korte para iyong pera nila, magamit ng (Dangerous Drugs Board) at PDEA para sa anti-drug operation or rehabilitation. Igigisa natin sila sa sarili nilang mantika,” he said.

Villanueva added that they are still running after the Golden Triangle in Southeast Asia, which remains to be the main source of illegal drugs in the country. MNP (with reports from Lea Ylagan)


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