PNP NEWS RELEASE

 

NEWS RELEASE

AUTHORITY : PSUPT ANNA LIZA M GUZMAN
Chief, Police Community Relations Branch/ PIO, Pampanga PPO
9633874/ s5_pampanga @yahoo.com.ph
DATE   : June 19, 2015

Mexico MPS Nabs Drug Dealers


With the continues campaign to eliminate the propagation of illegal drugs in the Pampanga province, elements of Mexico Municipal Police Station under the leadership of PSUPT JOSE MARIE CANLAS BASA, Chief of Police, with the direct supervision of PSSUPT RODOLFO S RECOMONO JR, Provincial Director apprehended three drug dealers during the conduct of their anti-illegal drugs operations.

In the report sent by PSUPT BASA, he narrated that at about 4:30 in the afternoon of June 18, 2015, a team from Mexico MPS conducted anti-illegal drugs operation (buy-bust) at Brgy. San Jose Malino, Mexico, Pampanga against @ Jun-jun/Adong, a notorious drug pusher. However, during the actual operation, @ Jun-jun/Adong was able to elude arrest while his confederates identified as Romeo Bautista Jr. y Malonzo, 32 years old, single, jobless, Sarah Bautista y Malonzo @ Jeng, 24 years old, single, jobless and Renante Concepcion y Dizon @ Nantik, 41 years old, married, driver, and all residents of Brgy San Jose Malino, Mexico, Pampanga were arrested after they purchased the suspected  Methamphetamine Hydrochloride (shabu) to @ Jun-jun/Adong.

Recovered from the possession of (a)Sarah Bautista were two (2) small transparent plastic sachets of suspected Methamphetamine Hydrochloride (Shabu), while seized from the possession of (b)Romeo Bautista were two (2) small transparent plastic sachets containing suspected Methamphetamine Hydrochloride (Shabu), and confiscated from the possession of (c)Renante Concecion were three (3) small transparent plastic sachets containing suspected Methamphetamine Hydrochloride (Shabu) and one (1) Five hundred peso (Php 500.00) bill bearing serial number BL558461.

Confiscated evidence were sent to the PNP Crime Laboratory 3, Camp Olivas while the arrested suspects were apprised their constitutional rights and thereafter brought to Mexico MPS for documentation and proper disposition while the case for Violation of Section 11, Article II, of RA 9165, otherwise known as The Comprehensive Dangerous Drug Act of 2002, is being prepared for filing in Court.

PSSUPT RECOMONO JR commended the COP and members of Mexico MPS for their accomplishment and relentless campaign against illegal drugs.