NCRPO – PMGEN Vicente D Danao Jr., Regional Director lauds the joint operation led by the Regional Intelligence Division-Regional Drug Enforcement Unit, Station Drug Enforcement Unit of Pateros Municipal Police Station in coordination with PDEA for the successful arrest of two individuals and seizure of worth 1.3 M suspected shabu during a drug sting on July 11, 2021 at about 5:30PM along M Lozada St, Barangay Sto Rosario Silangan, Pateros.
Investigation reports disclosed that a police officer acted as poseur buyer and through negotiation of a confidential informant, the police officer was able to purchase one piece heat-sealed transparent plastic sachet.
Arrested suspects were identified as Zarah Mendoza y Calingasan, female 23 years old and a resident of San Agustin St Brgy Malinao Pasig CIty and Anjelica Teodoro y Cabrias, female, 29 years old, unemployed and a resident of Suarez St. Mayonga, Pasig City, while another suspect identified as Queenie May Quijano, female, unemployed and a resident of Asillo Ville St., Brgy Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City is at large.
Recovered pieces of evidence are:
a) Eight pieces heat-sealed transparent plastic sachet containing white crystalline substance suspected to be shabu;
b) One piece knot-tied transparent plastic bag containing white srystalline substance suspected to be shabu;
c) Two pieces genuine Five hundred (PHP 500).
The seized Shabu with estimated DBM value of One million three hundred sixty thousand pesos (PHP 1,360,800.00) will be turned over to SPD-Crime Lab for proper disposition. Meanwhile, suspects are now detained at the respective operating units for documentation and proper disposition while charges for violation of RA 9165 or Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 were being prepared against the suspects.
PMGEN Danao stated that Team NCRPO is stringent to put down illegal activities and criminality in the region and I commend the continuous accomplishments of our men on the ground. “With our shared commitment, relentless efforts and stronger collaboration with the public, we can put more suppliers of illegal drugs behind bars.” He added. ###