3 suspects busted in Lucena, Calamba drug stings | Inquirer News

3 suspects busted in Lucena, Calamba drug stings

Police authorities have arrested one of Laguna's most wanted persons in the province following a manhunt operation over the weekend

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LUCENA CITY — Three drug suspects were arrested in this city and Calamba City, Laguna during buy-bust operations on Monday and Tuesday.

Lieutenant Colonel Reynaldo Reyes, Lucena police chief, said anti-narcotics operatives nabbed at around 9 a.m. Tuesday, Oct.25, Ronron Tan, 32, and his cousin, Jocelyn Avila, 45, after they sold shabu (crystal meth) to a police agent in Barangay Dalahican.

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The cops seized four plastic sachets of meth worth P16,116.

The police said the suspects sold drugs in the coastal village and nearby areas.

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In Calamba, police busted at 10:15 p.m. Monday, Erwin Tuiza, a drug pusher, in Barangay Looc, the Region 4A police reported.

Tuiza yielded two sachets of shabu worth P35,360.

All suspects were detained at the local police jails and face charges of violating the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

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