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Lawmen seize P1.1M worth of ‘shabu’ from 3 suspects in QC buy-bust

By: - Reporter / @ConsINQ
/ 09:59 PM February 25, 2020
Confiscated crystal meth

Police officers confiscated P1.1 million worth of crystal meth in a buy-bust operation in Quezon City on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020. (Photo from the QCPD Public Information Office)

MANILA, Philippines — Police officers and drug enforcement agents arrested three suspects and seized from them more than P1 million worth of crystal meth in a buy-bust operation in Fairview, Quezon City on Tuesday night.

The Quezon City Police District identified the suspects as Amad Arajil, 33, of Quezon City; Mico Jay Ferrer, 25, of Quezon City; and Jesus Mendiola, 50, of Marikina.

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Members of the Drug Enforcement Unit of the Novaliches Police Station and the Fairview Police Station and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in Quezon City launched the buy-bust operation at 7:15 p.m.

Seized from the bust were 175 grams of shabu worth P1,190,000, cellphone, belt bag, marked money worth P1,000, boodle money worth P99,000, black pouch and a red pack.

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Suspects are detained at Quezon City Novaliches police station and will face charges for violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

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