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P200-M shabu found in abandoned car

CAMP JULIAN OLIVAS, Pampanga – A total of P200 million worth of shabu was recovered by police operatives in an abandoned car yesterday along MacArthur Highway in Brgy. San Vicente, Apalit, Pampanga.

Chief Supt. Aaron Aquino, PRO3 acting director said joint operatives of the City of San Fernando Police Station and Pampanga Provincial Intelligence Branch recovered ten large packs of suspected shabu weighing 10 kilograms placed inside the trunk of an abandoned Nissan LEC sedan with plate number TLX 665.

Before the discovery, police reportedly got a tip from a certain Raymond Dominguez who is said to be an inmate of the New Bilibid Prison (NBP).

Dominguez later on confessed to authorities that the confiscated shabu came from another inmate, a certain Wang Cuo Cuai, aka Ryan Ong who is also jailed at the NBP.

An investigation regarding the said discovery is now being conducted by the police.

Meantime, the drive against illegal drugs in this region continues to bear fruit as as a drug suspect was arrested by operatives of the Regional Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Group that conducted a buy-bust operation in Sta. Maria, Bulacan.

The suspects were identified as Faisallin Akmad and Ruel Lacson . Jr. who are both residents of the same town.

Confiscated from Akmad and Lacson were two medium-sized transparent plastic sachets contajning suspected shabu and marked money. (Franco G. Regala)