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Tuesday, December 01, 2015

Ten elude arrest in antidrug search-warrant operations


Pasay City, November 30 (PIA) –Ten persons who were subject to search warrants issued by different courts in Bohol eluded police arrest after search in their respective abodes positively produced the subject illegal substances and drug paraphernalia.

The warrants were issued following police surveillance and positive test-buy operations and were issued to prove probable violation of anti-illegal drugs act.

This too as police apprehended 28 drug personalities, accounted for the government some 186.32 grams of illegal substances where the government authorities implemented the search warrants in 26 towns in simultaneous operations, according to Camp Dagohoy Chief PSSupt Dennis Agustin. 

In his monthly report to the Provincial Peace and Order Council, the Philippine National Police (PNP) through Supt Agustin said that police implemented the campaign against illegal drugs under Oplan “TUMBA-PRESO.
”Tumba Preso, which is the local implementation plan for the PNP National Headquarter’s “LAMBAT SIBAT” has gained commendable results, he told PPOC members gathered and the Bohol Island State University Conference Room in time for the November 26 HEAT-IT Caravan.

Earlier, a massive province wide anti-crime raid dubbed as “One-Time-Big-Time, stirred up the hornet’s nest of crime groups in Bohol resulting in the arrest of more than 50 drug pushers and seizure of shabu worth at least P4.2 million, the Bohol police chief and former anti-organized crime czar reported.

The operation also caused the death of one notorious assassin. 

Under One-Time-Big-Time search warrant implementation, suspected drug offenders Felix Bon Jr.,(Panglao), Caryl Abuyabor, Kent Sabijon and Eric Dalmao (Tagbilaran City), Aquilino Ybanez(Buenavista), Julian Bongcas (Loay), Adrian Olaso (Guindulman), Junriel Lungay (Clarin), Restituto Planos (San Miguel) and Julius Cagasan of Duero eluded arrest after the suspects were not in their respective residences when the police implemented the warrant. 

The suspects in the Tagbilaran City arrest warrant implementation yielded 104.66 grams of shabu, while Panglao search yielded 52.94 grams. 

Also arrested for producing illegal substances in their homes during the police operations were brothers Erad and Abel Dalmao, Ronald Sarabia (Tagbilaran City), Jay Optina, Jaime Nisnea, Jack Aranzado and Arvin Aranzado (Dauis), Jay Luzano (Batuan), Ruel Apor (Dagohoy), Nicomedes Legazpi (Loboc).

In other parts of Bohol, just by search warrants implementation, the long arms of the law caught up with: Antonio Avenido, Danriel Avenido (Talibon), Joseph Calipes (Antequera), Lolita Mabulay (Inabanga), Kevin Paul Hormachuelos, Joseph Poquita (San Miguel), Eldefonso Densing (Loay), Jessie Subsuban (Pilar), Heran Mejares (Getafe), Nelson Agosto (Corella), Keith Bryan Antipala (Valencia).

Angelito Ybanez (Trinidad), Michael Mencias (Loon), Marlon Pahid (Calape), Edwin Tasic (Catigbian), Regil Paragile (CPG), Norania Ledesma (Jagna), and Dario Pagaran (Garcia Hernandez). (rac/PIA7Bohol)

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