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5 Drug Suspects in Bohol Arrested
« on: June 28, 2012, 12:29:23 PM »
No less than five drug suspects were nabbed during a weeklong massive campaign against drug addiction conducted by the Philippine National Police in different towns including a drug suspect based in the city who eluded arrest even as their residence was already surrounded by operatives.

Provincial Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operation Task Group led by Provincial Intelligence Branch Chief Police Superintendent Jovito Atanacio, in cooperation with Buenavista local police station under Police Inspector Alvin Llamedo, cornered a big time drug suspect in a buy-bust operation conducted three o'clock in the morning last Friday in barangay Honan, Buenavista town.

The suspect was identified as certain Teodulo Francisco, of legal age, resident of barangay Banakon,  Getafe town. - source, Bohol Chronicle


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Re: 5 Drug Suspects in Bohol Arrested
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2012, 07:49:54 PM »
No less than five drug suspects were nabbed during a weeklong massive campaign against drug addiction conducted by the Philippine National Police in different towns including a drug suspect based in the city who eluded arrest even as their residence was already surrounded by operatives.

Weeklong unya 5 ray nadakpan? Pagkatoytoy... :P
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Re: 5 Drug Suspects in Bohol Arrested
« Reply #2 on: June 29, 2012, 10:35:18 AM »
gusto diay nimong huroton ang tibuok barangay?  wa intawoy ipakaon ang police station ana.  mao nga angay nga ang mga obyus ra nga drug pushers.
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