GENERAL Trias City, Cavite -- At least eleven drug personalities (all listed as street level targets) were nabbed by GenTri cops in separate buy-bust operations in Sito Sampalucan, Bgy. PasCam 2, here, Wednesday night.
Supt. Paul Bometivo, local police chief, identified those arrested as Ryan Tambol Bartolay, alias RN, 33, construction worker, of Parklane Subdivision, Bgy. Santiago, this city; Joseph Suray Estrada, 32, tricycle driver; Wellington Tampoc Calago, 32, construction worker; Ronnel Suarez Bueno, 18, helper, and Danilo Blanco Vilses, 44, all residents of Tanza, Cavite.
They were arrested at about 7 p.m. in Sitio Sampalucan by members of GenTri DET in coordination with PDEA-4A with control no.10005-092018-0991.
Police confiscated eight heat-sealed transparent plastic sachets of shabu and the buy-bust money.
An hour later, members of GenTri DEU arrested Bonifacio Sevilla Montero, alias Bong, 29, single, jobless; Francis Rabano Martinez, 22; Ryndon Jayvee Dacanay Baladad, 23, jobless, all of Bella Vista, Bgy. Santiago, this city; Arnel Jimenez Anical, 32, welder, of Bgy. Navarro, this city; Ronald Papa Enriquez, 35, jobless, of NFA Road, San Juan 1, this city; and Denmark Ganiac Mojica, 26, tricycle driver, of Palangue Central, Naic, Cavite.
Confiscated from the suspects were eight heat-sealed transparent plastic sachets of shabu and the buy-bust money.
All the 11 suspects were apprised of their constitutional rights in a dialect known to and understood by them but opted to remain silent in the absence of their chosen counsel, according to Supt. Bometivo.
They were brought to General Trias Component City Police Station Headquarters for the filing of a complaint for violation of RA 9165 (Secs. 5, and 11) or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, and violation of PD 1602 (illegal gambling) while the confiscated pieces of evidence were submitted to PNP Crime Laboratory Office for chemical analysis.
The buy-bust operation was done properly in coordination with barangay officials of Pasong Camachile Dos led by Bgy. Chairman Jesse Fauni.