Slay count up in Luzon drug war

>> Saturday, December 24, 2016

More drug suspects have been killed in separate incidents in Luzon last week.
Senior Supt. Romeo Caramat, acting Bulacan police director, identified three of the fatalities as Ramiro de la Cruz, with aliases of Ramil and Punks, a man known only as Dagul and an alias Mike.
Caramat said De la Cruz and Dagul drew their guns when they sensed they had sold shabu to anti-drug operatives in a sting in Purok 6, Barangay Palapat in Hagonoy town and Cacarong Bata in Pandi, respectively, shortly after midnight Wednesday. 
He said four sachets of shabu, a .38-caliber revolver, an improvised gun, drug paraphernalia and marked money were recovered from the fatalities.
Unidentified men barged into Mike’s house in Barangay Banga First in Plaridel and shot him in the head also Wednesday.
Caramat said the fatalities were on their drug watchlist.
A woman who has yet to be identified was found dead Tuesday in Barangay Minuyan, San Jose del Monte City in Bulacan while the body of an unidentified man was found in Barangay Pulong Gubat in Balagtas town.
Mervin Encina, 34, a resident of Barangay Gumaok East also in San Jose del Monte, was found dead along the road in Barangay Gaya Gaya.
The bodies of the fatalities bore gunshot wounds and placards identifying them as drug pushers.
          Dennis Ignacio, alias Keso, and Mark Sevillino, alias Anlabus, residents of Barangay Tigbe in Norzagaray, Bulacan, were killed when they reportedly drew their guns when they sensed they had sold shabu to anti-drug operatives. 
Police said the fatalities were on their drug watchlist.
Two guns, two sachets of shabu, drug paraphernalia and drug money were allegedly recovered from the fatalities.
Pangasinan cop shot dead
In Pangasinan, former police officer Donald Sanchez allegedly shot it out with policemen during a drug sting in the boundary of Barangay David in Mangaldan town and Nilombot in Mapandan at around 12:20 a.m. Wednesday.
Sanchez was declared dead on arrival at the Mapandan Community Hospital. 
Scene of the Crime Operatives said five sachets of shabu and a mobile phone showing the fatality’s drug transactions were found in his pocket. 
Police said Sanchez was a “high-value” drug pusher and ranked second on the drug watchlist of Pangasinan. He was also a suspected gun-for-hire operating in Pangasinan and Nueva Ecija.
Nueva Vizcaya
         Two men who have yet to be identified were found dead in a forested area in Sitio Ginauatan in Barangay Abaca in Dupax del Sur, Nueva Vizcaya on Tuesday.
Villagers conducting a cleanup drive to fight dengue found the bodies of the victims.
Senior Inspector Randy Carbonel, Dupax del Sur police chief, said the fatalities bore gunshot wounds.
Leonila Sacdal, 54, former chairman of Barangay Pula in Cabanatuan City,  and his son Emerson were arrested during a raid on their house also on Tuesday.
Hurt in Isabela gun attack
           Welder George Mabutol was critically wounded in a gun attack in Barangay Aurora in Alicia, Isabela on Monday.
Mabutol was taken to a hospital in Santiago City for treatment.
Chief Inspector Darwin Urani, Alicia police chief,  said Mabutol surrendered  under Oplan Tokhang in July.
Baguio City
Jimmy Bumakit, 43, was found dead in a vacant lot in Purok 4, Barangay Belenben Irisan in Baguio City. His head was wrapped in packing tape while his body bore four stab wounds.
Scene of the Crime Operatives said a piece of paper identifying the fatality as a drug pusher was found in his pocket.
Police said Bumakit was on their drug watchlist.
          An alias Reagan San Mateo, a resident of Barangay Tambulong in San Rafael, Bulacan; Apple of Barangay Bambang, Bocaue; Boyong and his two unidentified companions of Barangay Buhay 1 in San Jose del Monte City shot it out with anti-drug operatives on Friday, said Senior Superintendent Romeo Caramat, Bulacan police acting director.
Caramat said sachets of shabu, marked money, three improvised guns and a caliber .38 revolver were recovered from the fatalities.
Ferdinand Reyes, alias Didoy, 35, and Danilo Llanes, 40, fired at policemen in a sting in Barangay Bantug Norte in Cabanatuan City in Nueva Ecija also on Dec. 9.
The body of an unidentified man was found in a canal at a rice field in Barangay Talampas in Bustos town yesterday.  His head was wrapped in packing tape and on his body was a piece of cardboard that read, “Pusher ako huwag tularan, ikaw ang susunod (I’m a pusher, don’t emulate, you are next).”
Another man who has yet to be identified was found dead along the road in
Retired Army soldier Fernando Magno, 51, was walking with a woman in Barangay Mapalad in Sta. Rosa, Nueva Ecija when unidentified men in a car shot him on Wednesday night. The woman was unhurt.

Magno was on the drug watchlist  and surrendered under Oplan Tokhang recently, police said. -- – Ramon Efren Lazaro, Ric Sapnu, Eva Visperas, Raymund Catindig, Miriam Desacada


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