GENERAL Trias City, Cavite -- At least seven pushers tagged as street level targets (SLT) were nabbed in three consecutive buy-bust operations conducted in Bgys. Camachile 2 and Manggahan, here, Wednesday afternoon yesterday morning.
Supt. Paul Bometivo, local police chief, identified thos arrested as Roleto Cabintoy, a.k.a. Lok-lok, 38, vendor, native of Samar and residing in Park Lane Subd., Bgy. Santiago, this city; and Allan Monte Andres, 44, native at Quezon City, jobless, and residing in Mary Cris Complex, Bgy. Pasong Camachille 2.
They were arrested by GenTri drug enforcement officers under PDEA-4A coordination control no. 10005-102018-1693 in Sitio Sampalucan, Bgy. Pasong Camachille 2, at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Confiscated were six transparent plastic sachets of suspected shabu, the buy-bust money and a cal. .38 revolver with five live ammunition.
Police said Loklok drew a firearm and fired at the operatives but his gun misfired, prompting the operatives to shoot him, hitting him in one foot.
Meanwhile, at 9 a.m. yesterday, a police team conducted a buy-bust operation under PDEA-4A coordination control no. 10005-112018-0004 in Bgy. Mangahan that resulted in the arrest of suspects Paula Sanson Noah, alias Tomboy, 38, native of Mindanao; and Dolores Dumasig Santos, 41, native of Manila, online seller, both residents of Phase 1, Block 15, Lot 19, Governors Hills, Bgy. Mangahan, this city.
Confiscated were four transparent plastic sachets of suspected shabu and the marked money.
At 11 a.m., a DET team arrested Bakal Saludzong Akmad, 35, native of Mindanao, jobless; Thang Unggas Edzel, 24, native of Mindanao, married, jobless; and Nora Unggas Silongan, 32, jobless, all of San Miguel, Quiapo, Manila.
Confiscated were three-heat sealed transparent plastic sachets of suspected shabu and the marked money.
The suspects were brought to General Trias Component City Police Station for filing of a criminal complaint for violation of Sections 5 and 11, Article 2, RA 9165 of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002. The pieces of evidence were submitted to PNP Crime Laboratory Office for chemical analysis.
The police operations were done properly in coordination with barangay officials in the area.