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American, 10 others caught for drug possession in Subic

By: - Correspondent / @amacatunoINQ
/ 07:34 AM September 08, 2016
Shabu (CDN FILE PHOTO/ JUNJIE MENDOZA)

Shabu (CDN FILE PHOTO/ JUNJIE MENDOZA)

SUBIC, Zambales — An American national and 10 other drug suspects were arrested in separate police operations here on Tuesday (Sept.6).

Patrick Jerome, 52, and his female companion were caught with a plastic sachet allegedly containing shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride).

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The suspected contraband was concealed in the wallet of Jerome’s companion when their motorcycle was flagged down by policemen at a check point at 2 a.m., said Chief Insp. Leonardo Madrid, commander of Subic police station.

In three separate buy-bust operations in the villages of Calapacuan and Sto. Tomas, police arrested nine more drug suspects and seized 13 plastic sachets allegedly containing shabu.  SFM/rga

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