2 Anti-Crime Volunteers Caught with Illegal Drugs in Cagayan Valley
Police authorities arrested two (2) anti-crime volunteers after they were caught with illegal drugs at a quarantine checkpoint in Cagayan Valley.
Based on the report, the two were allegedly members of ACCERT (Anti Crime and Community Emergency Response Team) volunteers. The apprehended individuals were identified as Justine Ramos and Mark Joseph Libre, both from the town of Plaridel.
The two were stopped at the quarantine crossing in Cagayan Valley Road, Brgy. Sta Rita, Guiguinto town, for not wearing helmets, according to the police inquiry. The police officers stationed at the checkpoint examine their motorcycle and them for valid documents.
Police discovered illegal substances in Justine’s hands when she opened the motorcycle compartment to collect the OR and CR of the motorcycle. A zipped ziplock bag containing dried leaves presumed to be from an illicit plant known as “maryjane” was discovered by police.
Suspect Mark Joseph was also found with another sealed ziplock bag containing dried marijuana leaves. Meanwhile, in Bocaue, Bulacan, three alleged Maryjane leaf pushers were nabbed with 46 kilos of dried Maryjane leaves worth P1,380,000.
Authorities in Bulacan promptly carried out a coordinated buy-bust operation against the area’s narcotics supplier. After the poseur customer paid P7,000 for illegal substances, the suspects were detained. 46 stalks of suspected dried marijuana were discovered during the operation.
Police also discovered a stalk of suspected dried marijuana, an opened color white plastic bag containing suspected marijuana with fruiting tops weighing 46 kilos and valued at P1,380,000.00, a weighing scale, and drug paraphernalia. The suspects that were caught now face the charges that go along with them.
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