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Drug supplier to Bicol, Calabarzon fall with P4.3M shabu in Quezon City

By: - Correspondent / @msarguellesINQ
/ 11:34 AM May 31, 2021

LEGAZPI CITY –– An alleged notorious illegal drug supplier operating in Bicol and Calabarzon regions was arrested Sunday with P4.3 million worth of suspected shabu (crystal meth) by joint Bicol-National Capital Region police operatives in a drug sting in Quezon City.

Brigadier General Jonnel Estomo, Bicol police chief, said the operation yielded 640 grams of shabu from Khalib Sana Guiabal, a notorious illegal drug distributor in Bicol and Calabarzon.

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Estomo, in a press statement issued Monday, said the suspect gets his drug supply in Quezon City.

He was caught selling 50 grams of shabu to an undercover agent during a police operation around 5:30 p.m. in Don Victorino Ext., Don Antonio Heights South, Barangay Holy Spirit.

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The suspect was taken to a police custodial facility and will face charges for violating the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

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