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Illegal Drug Pusher Nabbed in Benguet

PRO-Cordillera’s campaign on anti-illegal drugs scored after the Police operatives from the Buguias Municipal Police Station (MPS) arrested a drug pusher in a buy bust operation conducted in Loo, Buguias, Benguet at around 8:00 pm on September 27, 2015.

Police Chief Inspector Fernado S. Botangen, Chief of Police, Buguias MPS, identified the arrested person as Marvelon Tangec Ludaes aka “Belon”, 28 years old, single, farmer and driver, and a resident of Lilit, Poblacion, Buguias, Benguet.  Operatives found in his possession and confiscated the following suspected illegal drugs and assorted drug paraphernalia: 1 small heat-sealed transparent plastic sachet containing .025 grams of suspected “shabu”; 1 big heat-sealed transparent plastic sachet containing 5.2 grams of suspected “shabu”; 1 medium heat-sealed transparent plastic sachet containing 3 grams of substance suspected “shabu”; 4 small heat-sealed transparent plastic sachet containing suspected “shabu” approximately .05 grams each; 5 pieces 100 peso bill buy-bust money; Cash amounting to Php.10,000.00; 1 black cherry mobile cellular phone; and 1 green cricket plastic lighter.


The arrested drug pusher and the confiscated pieces of evidence were brought to the Buguias MPS for proper documentation while a case of violation of the provisions of Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Law was filed against him.


Police Chief Superintendent Ulysses J. Abellera, OIC, PRO-COR, applauded the police operatives for this successful arrest of drug personality. He added, “this is our crime prevention strategy to put all criminals behind bars and as part of the implementation of the Oplan Lambat - Sibat and the PNP Patrol Plan 2030.”

Last Updated (Tuesday, 29 September 2015 15:06)


7.8M Worth of Marijuana Destroyed in Benguet

Police operatives of the Police Regional Office Cordillera and anti-narcotics agents successfully destroyed 7.8 Million worth of marijuana plants after a week-long marijuana eradication at Sitio Balbalnog and Bang-ay of Barangay Badeo, Kibungan and Sitio Nagawa, and Saleng of Barangay Kayapa, Bakun, Benguet on September 20 – 24, 2015.


PSSUPT David Q. Lacdan, Officer-in-Charge, Benguet Police Provincial Office (BPPO) said that the operatives discovered and destroyed in 18 different sites the 33, 375 fully grown marijuana plants and 35, 500 marijuana seedlings that are planted in a total land area of  4,586  square meters with a total Dangerous Drug Board (DDB) value of Php7,855,000.


The operatives were composed of the following; Kibungan Municipal Police Station (MPS), Bakun MPS and the Philippine Drugs Enforcement Agency-CAR (PDEA-CAR).


Unfortunately, no arrested cultivators in the said marijuana eradication operation however follow up investigation by the operatives is ongoing to identify those cultivators.


Police Chief Superintendent Ulysses J. Abellera, OIC, PRO-COR said that this accomplishment is the noteworthy result of PRO-CORs continuous crime prevention and solution program. He added, "we are relentlessly dedicated to continue our service as protectors of the people”. He also directed all unit commanders to sustain this anti-illegal drugs campaign and arrest all protectors of all forms of illegal activities in the region. This accomplishment is in line with the implementation of the Oplan Lambat-Sibat and the PNP Patrol Plan 2030 of PRO-Cordillera.

Last Updated (Tuesday, 29 September 2015 14:12)




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