Police seize P680,000-worth of suspected shabu in Taytay, Rizal

Marje Pelayo   •   May 23, 2018   •   5277


Several packs of suspected shabu seized by authorities in a buy-bust operation in Taytay, Rizal


RIZAL, Philippines – Operatives of the Rizal Provincial Police Office arrested a suspected drug courier in a buy-bust operation along C6 Road in Barangay Sta. Ana, Lupang Arenda in Taytay, Rizal Tuesday night, May 22.

The female suspect was identified as Marlyn Datalio, 40, a resident of Lower Bicutan in Taguig City.

A police asset tracked Datalio when she got off a white taxicab and transferred to a white SUV which served as the suspect’s delivery vehicle to the site where a poseur buyer and other cops were waiting.

Police recovered from the suspect 100 grams of suspected shabu valued at P680,000.

Datalio denied allegations and claimed someone ordered her to do the transaction.

PRO-4A Regional Director Chief Supt. Guillermo Eleazar said Datalio was previously detained in Pasig City for drug peddling but was out on bail.

“Ang transakyon niya hindi maliitan…Sinasabi na siya’y ginagamit lang as a courier,” Eleazar said.

(Her transactions are not small scale…reports say she’s being used as a courier)

“Itong mga Muslim dito sa area ng Taguig doon siya kumukuha ng supply para i-distribute doon sa kaniyang pinagdadalhan sa Metro Manila at Rizal Province,” he added.

(She gets her supplies from Muslims in Taguig area, then distributes it to Metro Manila and Rizal Province.

Eleazar said Datalio was no longer allowed bail and will face charges for violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002. – Reynante Ponte | UNTV News & Rescue

P2.6M worth of shabu seized, drug suspect nabbed in Bacolod – PNP

Robie de Guzman   •   April 19, 2021

Around 396 grams of suspected shabu, estimated to worth around P2.6 million were seized in Bacolod City, the Philippine National Police (PNP) said.

In a statement, PNP chief General Debold Sinas said the illegal drug was confiscated during a buy-bust operation conducted on April 17 by joint elements of Regional Special Operations Group 6, Special Operating Unit 7, PNP Drug Enforcement Group (DEG), NBI Bacolod District Office and Police Station 2, Bacolod City Police Office.

A drug suspect was also arrested during the operation.

Citing reports, Sinas said operatives from the PDEG and NBI launched the operation after monitoring the suspect’s operations. An asset, who posed as a buyer of the illegal drug, was used to arrest the suspect.

Police said it recovered from the suspect around 22 sachets of suspected shabu; three pieces large size knot tied plastic containing suspected shabu with an approximate combined weight of 396 grams; 2 pieces of five-hundred-peso bill as a proceed money; and a weighing scale.

“Anti-illegal drugs operations will continue without let-up despite our present preoccupation with law enforcement and public safety requirements in this pandemic,” Sinas said.

The drug suspect is now under the NBI custody and facing charges for violation of RA 9165 or Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, the PNP said.

IATF limits tourism activities in NCR Plus Bubble

Aileen Cerrudo   •   March 22, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — The Inter-Agency Task Force on the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-MEID) has set limited tourism activities in the National Capital Region (NCR) Plus Bubble.

Based on the IATF resolution, transportation to and from Metro Manila, Cavite, Rizal, Laguna, and Bulacan relating to tourism is prohibited. This is included in the non-essential activities set by the agency.

This gave several vacationers no choice but to cut short their trip and return home.

Department of Transportation (DOTr) Spokesperson Goddes Hope Libiran, however, clarified individuals outside the NCR Plus Bubble who are returning home will be allowed to enter.

Ang pag-uwi sa kani-kanilang mga tirahan ay considered as essential travel. Kung kinakailangan, magpakita lamang ng proof of residence, ID o any document showing that you are indeed a resident ng area na iyong pupuntahan para wala pong problema (Returning to their homes is considered as essential travel. If needed, just present a proof of residence, ID, or any document that you are indeed a resident of that area you’re planning to go to so there won’t be any problem),” she said.

Meanwhile, the Department of Tourism (DOT) said hotels and airline companies already agreed to ease their rebooking and refund policies for their customers.

DOT Usec. Benito Bengzon said tourism activities in MGCQ areas are still allowed.

Ang mga areas na under Modified GCQ eh pwede pa rin po ang (Areas under the Modified GCQ are still allowed to have) tourism activities for as long as the local executives agreed to reopen the destinations,” he said. – AAC (with reports from Asher Cadapan Jr.)

Over P20-M worth of illegal drugs seized in Sulu buy-bust ops

Robie de Guzman   •   March 15, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – Some P20.4 million worth of suspected shabu were confiscated in a buy-bust operation conducted in Jolo town of Sulu province, the Philippine National Police (PNP) said Monday.

Citing a report from the Police Regional Office Bangsamoro Autonomous Region (PRO-BAR), PNP officer-in-charge PLt. Gen. Guillermo Eleazar said the illegal drugs were seized in an operation conducted on Sunday at Barangay Walled City.

Police said the buy-bust operation was jointly launched by intel operatives from Jolo MPS, Indanan MPS, 11th and 35th Mobile Intelligence Battalion, in cooperation with the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) in the Bangsamoro region.

Operatives also arrested a drug suspect, identified as Ejek Ali Abduhalim, 44, during the operation.

“Seized from the suspect were one paper bag with more or less three kilograms of suspected shabu with a street value of P20.4 million and two mobile phones,” Eleazar said.

The suspect is now facing criminal charges violating Sections 5 and 11 of the Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

“The PNP is working double-time to stop the proliferation of illegal drugs in every region across the country, as we continue to intensify our anti-illegal drugs operations,”  Eleazar said.


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