Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Camaligan drug den busted

BICOL STANDARD was first on the scene during the Camaligan drug den bust earlier this morning
(PHOTO: OSCAR ESMENDA/BICOL STANDARD)
CAMALIGAN, CSUR - A nipa hut believed to be used as a drug den in this town was glittering with scattered pieces of aluminum foil used as improvised drug tooters when police operatives swooped into the place in barangay San Roque early this morning.

The raid was done by virtue of a search warrant issued by Executive Judge Pablo Formaran III of the Regional Trial Court in Naga City.

Camaligan Chief of Police Senior Inspector Charles de Leon led the composite team that cordoned off the area at 5AM, and finally conducted the raid at 6 AM.

The following persons were found inside the compound: Jaime Aberos, 38 years old, who is said to be the caretaker of the house; Mark Mundonido, 30 years old, of San Francisco St., barangay Abella, Naga City; and Anthony Encila, alyas "Bilog," 28 years old, of San Roque Camaligan.
Improvised aluminum foil tooters and packets of white crystalline substance suspected to be shabu
(PHOTO: OSCAR ESMENDA/BICOL STANDARD)
Encila, in an interview over BBS DWLV, admitted that he was a pimp.

He said that he picked up three women in Naga City and brought them to the house.

The women were identified as Cristina Abengosa, 21 years old, of barangay Mabolo, Naga City; Angeline Tuason Cortes, 19 years old, of barangay San Roque, Camaligan; and Analyn Otig, 22 years old of Milaor, Camarines Sur.

Over the radio, Abengosa admitted that she was involved in a drug session in said hut.

She also confirmed that previously, they had been waiting for customers in Plaza Rizal, and went with Encila, believing that customers were waiting for them in Camaligan.

Camaligan drug raid
(PHOTO: OSCAR ESMENDA/BICOL STANDARD)
Camaligan drug raid
(PHOTO: OSCAR ESMENDA/BICOL STANDARD)
According to the PNP, the group will have to undergo a drug test. If they test positive, complaints for violation of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, will be filed against them, the police added. (With report from Oscar Esmenda)
Cellphone, pieces of aluminum foil and empty plastic packets at the crime scene
(PHOTO: OSCAR ESMENDA/BICOL STANDARD)
Improvised aluminum foil tooters
(PHOTO: OSCAR ESMENDA/BICOL STANDARD)
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