The Manila Bulletin recently reported that two individuals were arrested by police officers in Parañaque City and it turns out the suspects carried with them illegal drugs worth almost P130,000. The place of the apprehension was within Barangay Sto. Nino.
To put things in perspective, posted below is an excerpt from the Manila Bulletin’s news report. Some parts in boldface…
Paranaque City police arrested two female drug suspects and confiscated from them P129,000 worth of shabu on Monday.
Police identified the suspects as Esnaira Compania, 36, and Aurora Adriano, 43, both residents of Paranaque City. They are both detained at the Paranaque City police custodial facility.
Col. Maximo Sebastian said the suspects were arrested at about 6 p.m. along Wawa Ibabaw, NAIA Avenue, Barangay Sto. Nino, Paranaque City.
Sebastian said members of the Sto. Nino police sub-station were conducting Oplan Galugad when they spotted the suspects acting suspiciously.
The police said one of the patrolling policemen noticed Compania handing out to Adriano a package containing seven pieces of heat-seales transparent sachet of shabu.
The above report ended stating that the confiscated illegal drugs were turned over to the Southern Police District Crime Laboratory for chemical analysis.
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