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NCRPO: Manila’s ‘drug queen’ traveling in and out of the Philippines

By: - Reporter / @ConsINQ
/ 05:56 PM September 25, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Suspected Manila “drug queen” Guia Gomez Castro was reportedly going in and out of the Philippines, a report from National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) showed Wednesday.

NCRPO’s initial report said Castro arrived in the Philippines aboard Philippine Airlines from Vancouver, Canada last Sept. 18.

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“Subject arrived Sept 18, 2019 via PR flight PR 119 in Manila direct from Vancouver, Canada,” read the report.

Castro then reportedly left Manila for Bangkok on September 21 this year via flight 5J931.

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The Bureau of Immigration also confirmed this, saying Castro left via Cebu Pacific. Castro was allowed to leave the country because she has no derogatory records.

READ: BI confirms ‘drug queen’ now out of PH

NCRPO claims that the Manila-based alleged drug queen has been “traveling in and out of the country every month or two.”

NCRPO director Maj. Gen. Guillermo Eleazar earlier revealed that Castro’s husband, Dennis Castro also went into hiding abroad.

He said Castro’s partner, who is also involved in the illegal drug trade, might still be in the Philippines.

“Initially, he was reported that he went abroad but we received news that he is now in the Philippines,” Eleazar said in Filipino.  /muf

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