More end up dead in government drug war

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6 wounded in Vigan gun attack

More suspected persons engaged in illegal drugs ended up dead in northern and Central Luzon last week.
This, as six people were wounded in a gun attack in a bar along Florentino street in Barangay 3, Vigan, Ilocos Sur before midnight on Wednesday. 
Jaris Paa, 30; Levi Figares, 31; Marcelino Arre, 50; Linden Cachola, 30, and Bryan Concepcion, 18, were brought to the Gabriela Silang General Hospital for treatment. Elsa Rabara, 51, was taken to the Metro Vigan Cooperative Hospital. 
Jaydee Paa, 26, a resident of Barangay San Julian, was arrested in a follow-up operation. 
Probers are eyeing family feud as the motive for the attack.
Salvador Marzan Jr., alias Amang, the most wanted drug personality in the Ilocos region, tried to grab the handgun of his escort after his handcuffs were removed when he sought permission to urinate on their way to Camp Diego Silang in San Fernando, La Union Tuesday, police said.
Marzan was arrested at around 10 a.m. based on a warrant for murder issued by Regional Trial Court Branch 31 Judge Romeo Atillo. An earlier raid on his house in Barangay Guinabang, Bacnotan, La Union yielded a gun and ammunition.The fatality surrendered under OplanTokhang last year, said Chief Inspector Reynaldo Soria, Bacnotan police chief.
LitoBulatao, 48, was driving his motorcycle on his way home to Barangay Turac in San Carlos City, Pangasinan when two men on another motorbike opened fire  on Tuesday.
John Paul Bernardo, 32, alias Pranco; an alias Putot and Milet Bernardo allegedly drew their guns when they sensed they had sold shabu to anti-drug operatives in Barangay Talacsan, San Rafael, Bulacan at around 1:20 a.m. Wednesday.
A man who has yet to be identified reportedly fired at police operatives in Barangay Pulong Sampalok also in San Rafael at around 1 a.m.
Raymond Domingo, 36, was shot by four men who entered his house in Barangay Lalangan, Plaridel on Tuesday night.

Police said the fatalities, who yielded sachets of shabu, guns, ammunition and marked money, were on the drug watch list of their respective barangays. – With reports from Ric Sapnu, Eva Visperas, Raymund Catindig


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