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Alleged ‘kush’ pusher busted in Cavite

Two alleged big-time drug traffickers were arrested on Saturday night, November 12, and yielded over P251-million worth of shabu (crystal meth) in a buy-bust operation in Imus City in Cavite province.

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LUCENA CITY — Police anti-narcotics operatives arrested an alleged pusher of high-grade marijuana or “kush” in a buy-bust operation Wednesday in General Mariano Alvarez town in Cavite province.

Local police drug enforcement unit arrested at 1:25 a.m. Jayson Evangelista after he sold P500 worth of “kush” to an undercover cop in Barangay Maderan, the region 4A police said in a report.

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Evangelista, tagged as a street-level individual on the drug watch list, yielded two plastic sachets of “kush” weighing 30 grams worth about P33,000 in the street market.

The police also confiscated a motorcycle believed to have been used by the suspect in his illegal activities.

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Evangelista was detained and is facing charges of violating the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

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