2 drug suspects, woman found dead in Batangas | Inquirer News

2 drug suspects, woman found dead in Batangas

By: - Correspondent / @marraherikaINQ
/ 04:16 PM August 11, 2016
DRUG RUBOUT? (RADYO INQUIRER FILE PHOTO)

DRUG RUBOUT? (RADYO INQUIRER FILE PHOTO)

BATANGAS CITY — Three persons, two of them on the police’s drug watchlist, were found dead in a house in Calatagan town in Batangas province on Thursday, police said.

Senior Supt. Leopoldo Cabanag, Batangas police director, said the victims —  Mauricio Pinili, Richard Dinglasan and Bianca Capacia — were attacked in Pinili’s house in Barangay (village) Biga early Thursday.

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Cabanag said Pinili and Dinglasan were on the local police’s watch list of illegal drug suspects.

He said Gerardo Pinili, Mauricio’s brother, heard a burst of gunfire from the direction of Mauricio’s house at 12:30 a.m. Gerardo checked his brother’s house later, at 6:30 a.m., and discovered the bodies of his brother and his companions.

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Police recovered an empty shell for a 9mm gun, drug paraphernalia and four sachets of suspected shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride).  SFM/rga

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