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Dolphy grandson nabbed anew for drugs–report

By: - Reporter / @NCorralesINQ
/ 09:44 AM October 07, 2014
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MANILA, Philippines – A grandchild of the late Comedy King Rodolfo “Dolphy” Quizon was arrested anew Tuesday in Lumban, Laguna during a buy-bust operation, a radio report said.

Rocco Quizon III and his live-in partner, Raquel Alcantara was arrested by police in an entrapment operation, the report said.

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It said the police, through an asset, transacted with Quizon through text messages. The asset agreed to buy fives sachets of “shabu” or methamphetamine hydrochloride worth P6,000 but Quizon only brought a sample worth P500.

Police also seized from Quizon III various drug praphernalia.

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In 2010, Rocco was arrested in Sta. Cruz, Laguna for failing to attend court hearings on a drug case filed against him in 2005.

In 2009, Rocco was charged with illegal posssesion of firearms and attempted murder for shooting a friend, Jomar Paghangaan, allegedly in defense of his brother, Rodolfo Quizon III.

He claimed that Paghangaan had mauled his brother.

He was able to post bail. With a report from Julliane Love de Jesus

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