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3 Chinese nabbed in buy-bust operation, P135-M shabu seized


CAMP VICENTE LIM, Laguna, Philippines — Three Chinese nationals were arrested in a buy bust operation that resulted in the seizure of 26.7 kilos of shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride) worth P135 million, which was to be sold in Metro Manila and nearby provinces, the police said on Wednesday.

Senior Superintendent Ismael Fajardo Jr., head of a special operation unit of the police Anti-Illegal Drug Special Operations Task Force (AIDSOTF), named the arrested foreigners as Yang Mou, Cai Chun Yuan and Xu Jian Ye who were subjects of an arrest warrant issued by a court in Manila.

In a phone interview Wednesday, Fajardo said the authorities had been monitoring the group’s movement since they learned about the alleged warehouse that the suspects had been renting in Barangay (village) De Ocampo in Trece Martires City in Cavite.

The police set up a buy-bust operation in Binondo, Manila, on Tuesday afternoon that resulted in the arrest of Mou and Yuan.

However during the entrapment operation, Ye was able to escape, prompting the operatives to chase him towards Cavite province.

“We learned that he went back to their warehouse in Cavite,” Fajardo said.

AIDSOTF operatives, in coordination with the Cavite police, arrested the third suspect around 10 p.m.

The police recovered around 26.7 kilograms of shabu amounting to P135 million kept inside Ye’s car.

Fajardo said they have been coordinating with the Bureau of Immigration to verify the identities of the suspects who, he said, could be part of a larger drug syndicate.

The Chinese nationals were detained at the AIDSOTF’s detention facility in Camp Crame in Quezon City.

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Tags: Crime , drug trafficking , Foreign Nationals , Global Nation , Illegal Drugs , methamphetamine hydrochloride , Philippine National Police , Police , shabu

  • Imeldita

    Pustahan tyo. Makakawala yan dahil may mababayarang Pinoy na b0b0

    • Marx Louis Wang

      Baka kamo tapalan lang ng 1,000 pesos ligtas na sila.

  • me@Stanford.edu

    Chinx again, yesterday was Chinx also, the other day Taiwanese. Fµck the Chinx. Deny Exit Visa, Cancel the Chinx Visas. No deportation hearing, No other hearing, No visitations, No lawyer – all denied. Automatic guilty and put in hard labor joint for 450 years, no food at all. Give them some water mixed with borax acid slowly to die the hard way.

  • nti_boohaya

    bit time etong chink. ay? absuelto yan….a tyung evidence? alam na ninyo yan…..as usual.

  • http://markpogi0121.blogspot.com/ mark pogi

    Dapat sa mga yan, pugutan ng ulo.

  • Alex Alvarez

    I Lim seng na ang mga iyan ng di na pamarisan!

  • Alex Alvarez

    Wala na bang vigilante dito sa atin? Dabat iyang mga iyan ang sinasalvage para di masira buhay ng ating mga mamamayan lalo na kabataan!

  • Marx Louis Wang

    So what are we gonna do with these three “soul wreckers” wala tayong death penalty to punish them. Sa Thailand, lifetime imprisonment ito. Baka sa atin isang linggong stay lang sa kulungan deported na sa bansa nila. Samantalang yung mga kababayan natin na nabiktima nila ang maghihirap.

  • Marx Louis Wang

    Dapat i-headline ito in all PH newspapers para mapahiya naman ang chinks countries.

  • Marx Louis Wang

    Kudos sa mga nakahuli, you are doing your job, but please make sure na yung pinagpaguran niyo hindi basta-basta makakalaya. MAS MABIGAT ANG KASONG ITO SA TINEPOK DAW NA LOLONG INTSEK SA BALINTANG CHANNEL DAHIL ANG MABIBIKTIMA NG MGA DRUG PUSHERS NA ITO AY MILLIONG PINOYS.

  • Imeldita

    Nasaan na ang Electric Chair! Electric Chair!Electric Chair!Electric Chair!Electric Chair!Electric Chair!

    China kills our “drug mules”. Why cant we kill their drug manufacturers?

    • me@Stanford.edu

      do not use electic chair, its a quick death. burn them slowly with sulfuric acid from their feet to their bålls all the way up very very slowly with tiny little acid drops till they die in pain. Drop a few on their eyes, down their tongue, then onto their d¡çk glands.

      • Imeldita

        12 Volts lang dude. It will take 3 days to cook them

      • me@Stanford.edu

        you’re still a nice guy, but do not be nice to these evil chinx monsters.

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