Six drug suspects slain in Isabela, Bulacan, Cagayan

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Six more suspected drug personalities have been killed in Luzon since Wednesday.
Virgilio Villanueva, a resident of Barangay Sta. Cruz, San Manuel, Isabela, allegedly fired at anti-drug operatives during a sting in Barangay Marabulig 1, Cauayan City. He died at the scene.
In Bulacan, Nelson de Guzman, alias Duko, and an alias Doods also reportedly pulled out their guns and shot it out with policemen who posed as buyers of shabu in Barangay Caingin, San Rafael and Ilang-Ilang, Guiguinto, respectively, before dawn Thursday.
Ananias Bangate Jr., 37, alias Bulak, and his unidentified companion allegedly resisted arrest and engaged policemen in a shootout during a sting in Barangay San Alejandro, Quezon, Nueva Ecija on Wednesday.
The fatalities yielded sachets of shabu, guns and marked money, police said.
In Cagayan, an unidentified man shot Jomar Ligsay Jr., 31, in Barangay Tabbac, Buguey. Ligsay’s wife Rosemalyn said the killer, who was wearing a jacket, waited for the victim in front of her store. 
Police said Ligsay surrendered under Oplan Tokhang last year.
In Gerona, Tarlac, three alleged drug pushers were arrested while another was killed in an armed encounter in four separate entrapment operations here last week.
Slain in a shootout with the police was Omar Ugadan of Barangay Tibag, Tarlac.
Ugadan reportedly surrendered to city police during implementation of Project Tokhang, but, continued peddling drugs.
Supt. Franklin Estoro said Jayson Lansang, 37, was entrapped in Barangay San Antonio.
Lansang, who yielded four sachets of shabu, was arrested with his co-hort Chiaro Crisanto Catu Guzman, 26, who was caught in possession of the marked money and another sachet of drugs”.
In his report to Tarlac police provincial director Senior Supt. Ritchie Medardo Posadas, Estoro said Santy Samson, 30, of Barangay Panampunan, Tarlac City, was apprehended in a buy-bust operation also in Barangay San Antonio.
Recovered from Samson were three sachets of illegal drugs.
“Ugadan was shot dead several meters fronting the house of former mayor Dennis Go when he tried to run away and fired three times at my men with a Cal. 38 revolver,” Estoro said.
Local residents said almost all known pushers of this town were already apprehended due to relentless anti-illegal drugs campaign of police.

Earlier, there  known pushers from the municipality of Paniqui, including a public high school teacher,  were also arrested by this town’s police intelligence unit headed by Insp. Joel Gamboa. --  Raymund Catindig, Ric Sapnu,  Nelson Bolos


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