Ensaymada Containing Illegal Drugs Delivered Inside Jail Confiscated
Quezon City Police Station halted the “ensaymada” bread delivered inside jail after they discover the illegal drugs inside the of the bread.
According to the report of Balintanghali, an attempt to smuggle Maria Juana by a female visitor was discovered after the police investigated the bread she handed over to her the inmate at the Talipapa Police Station in Quezon City.
The prisoner admitted that he sent the drug because he allegedly used it for depression. Based on the report, it was said that the visitor Mary Jane Larrosa sent the “ensaymada” for her incarcerated partner Jonathan Alonzo.
Police suspect the delivery because at 8:30 a.m. the woman went to the station, which was past the time of the visit. Despite being banned, Larrosa persisted.
Police Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Bilaro, Talipapa Police commander, said “Pagkabigay niya agad siyang umalis, quickly … so ‘yung jailer nagduda. Nandu’n si Alonzo hawak-hawak ‘yung pasalubong, so binuksan in front of him, which is nagbungad ‘yung “maria juana” sa ibabaw ng ensaymada.”
Alonzo has been in jail since August for a drug-related case. Due to the incident, Alonzo will face another case.
Even though Alonzo has already known that illegal drugs are prohibited inside the jail, he defended “Pinadala ko po sa kaniya. May sakit po kasi ako, para po sa depresyon.”
Authorities are now searching for Larrosa who has also been charged. QCPD Station 3 announced that they will restrict visitors after the incident.
“Maingat kami diyan, pagka chine-check binabaligtad namin ang burger, iche-check namin ‘yung in between baka du’n nakapalaman. Or sa bigas, or sa anything na hard object puwedeng gamitin sa loob kaya sinisita natin ‘yun, talagang chine-check diyan sa pagpasok pa lang,” said Bilaro.
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