Bulacan cops report 11 deaths in 3-week drug operations
CAMP GEN. ALEJO SANTOS, Bulacan — A drug suspect was killed in a police operation early Wednesday (April 12) in Hagonoy town, one of the 11 suspects who fired at policemen and were killed in Bulacan’s anti-drug campaign for the last three weeks, police said.
Some 100 suspects were also arrested in 30 police operations in 21 towns and three cities of the province, for possessing a total of 60 sachets of suspected shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride) and unlicensed firearms and ammunition, according to the Bulacan provincial police office.
The suspect killed in Hagonoy at 12:30 a.m. was identified by his alias Richard.
Police killed a man using the alias Enteng and another man identified only as Noli, and Aczyrus Fabian, Gilbert Evangelista and a suspect using the name Renato Taba during police operations in the City of Malolos and Norzagaray town from April 6 to 7.
On April 1, police killed Pilegio Legaspi, 51, in an operation in Barangay (village) Tambubong in Bocaue town.
Russell Lariosa and a man named Barok were killed on March 30 in the City of Malolos, while a suspect identified as Tulok was killed in the City of Meycauayan.
Anthony Libao died during a March 27 police operation in Bocaue. SFM
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