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Firearms, Suspected Drugs Recovered By NBI From The Residence Of Active Member Of PNP Bacolod

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) recovered suspected drugs and hi-caliber firearms from an active member of PNP Bacolod.

Several boxes of hi-caliber firearms, ammunition, grenades, and sachets of suspected illegal substance were recovered by NBI agents from the active personnel of Philippine National Police (PNP) in Bacolod City.

On Friday morning (September 22, 2017), the NBI has conducted a raid at the residence of the police personnel in Regeant Pearl 2 Subdivision, Brgy. Alijis, Bacolod City, according to DYHB Tatak Rmn Page

PNP Bacolod

NBI Manila issued a search warrant allowing the authorities to conduct an inspection at the house of SPO1 Joshua Barile, an active member of PNP assigned in the Regional Command Security Unit.

The authorities recovered M16, shotguns, baby armalite, .45 calibre pistols, 357 calibers, Ingram, 9mm calibers, magazines, ammunition, three grenades, and several sachets of suspected drugs.

PNP Bacolod

Barlie clarified that the firearms were turned over by the Court to him as a custodian for a court exhibit because of the vault in their office in Brgy. 39 was already full. The latter also denied that he owns the suspected drugs and grenades found in his home.

PNP Bacolod

It can be remembered that Barlie was the cop who implicate the death of Ricky Sereno’s father and its sibling. Sereno was the alleged bagman of Beria Drug Group.

PNP Bacolod

Meanwhile, the NBI authorities have also raided the residence of Pinky Joe Jerez in Carmela Valley, Talisay City for allegedly hiding firearms, but the authorities found nothing on his house.

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