Pampanga shabu lab owned by Chinese

>> Friday, November 25, 2016

APALIT, PampangA – An abandoned shabu laboratory found here in  Sitio Sto. Niño, Barangay San Juan last week was owned by Ngan Yiu Ting, alias “Robert Gan,” his wife Lolita Gan, and Raymond T. Gan, all reportedly Chinese nationals and not Feedmix Specialists Inc. as erroneously reported by media.
Chief Supt. Aaron Aquino, Central Luzon police director, said lawmen discovered the shabu laboratory after Regional Trial Court Branch 79 sheriff Enrique Calaguas issued a writ of execution involving a civil case filed by Feedmix against Gan, his wife Lolita and Raymond Gan.
“When they opened the warehouse, they saw suspicious equipment and chemicals… which prompted them to call for police assistance,” Aquino said.
He said personnel of the Apalit police, Regional Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Force and police crime laboratory who raided the warehouse found chemicals and equipment used to manufacture shabu.
Among those recovered were a sack of sodium hydroxide or caustic soda flakes, five gallons of hydrogen peroxide, three boxes of phosphorus red, 11 sacks of sodium hydroxide, a sack containing white powder and 16 sacks of rocky solar salt.
A packaging machine, weighing scales, stainless pans and gas stove were among the equipment seized.


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