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« on: June 26, 2019, 06:14:58 PM »
By Bohol Chronicle
July 10, 2010 - Businessman Eduardo “Boy Haros” Enerio has charged relative Loay mayor Rosemarie Imboy, now the Bohol mayors’ president, and several anti-narcotics agents with alleged robbery and direct bribery in relation to the raid on his building here last January that led to his arrest for illegal drugs.

It was inside the same building where Enerio shot dead, according to his own admission to the police, a young male student friend two months before he was raided and arrested for shabu. He was himself charged in court for the alleged drug crime.

Enerio accused the lady mayor and the Philippine Drugs Enforcement Agency (PDEA) agents in the Ombudsman for Military and Other Law Offices (MOLEO) also for alleged violation to the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 in relation to the article of the Revised Penal Code (RPC) on incriminating innocent person.

In addition, Enerio administratively complained against them for alleged dishonesty, oppression and gross misconduct.

He named nine of the several PDEA men in his complaint-affidavit as Randy Pedroso, Yogi Felimon Ruiz, Jason Cabata-a, John Carlo Daquiado, Jeanette Reyes, Jonar Cuayzon, Brian Paul Villegas, BabyRallos or Art Rallos and Mauro Licen, a lawyer.

Enerio charged several other men of PDEA and the Maritime Police but he only identified them in his complaint as “John Does.”

The complainant narrated the circumstances surrounding the crimes and administrative offenses supposedly committed by the accused against him.

The PDEA agents barged into the Honeybee Building which he owns along J. Borja St., this city, at about 4 in the morning of January 21, 2010 and searched his bedroom for illegal drugs. The raiders identified themselves.

The agents handcuffed him and his building watchman named Angelito Barcelona, who was also awakened by noises and came to his aid. The PDEA men were accompanied by a barangay kagawad and a local radioman.

The law enforcers showed to Enerio a search warrant issued by Executive Presiding Judge Fernando Fuentes of the Regional Trial Court (RTC), Tagbilaran City.

The agents found no illegal drugs or shabu, Enerio alleged, until one agent, Daquiado, returned to his room and found a “small plastic bag” containing “shabu” that fell from a pair of white short pants placed inside a rattan basket of clothes for laundry.

Daquiado and another agent, Cabataña, were texting outside Enerio’s bed after no drugs were initially found inside and before Daquiado returned inside, this time, to find shabu.

“I could not believe with what I saw and heard since I am not a drug user of any kind nor engaged in any activity involving illegal drugs,” Enerio said in his affidavit-complaint subscribed and sworn to before lawyer Marissa Bernal, graft investigation and prosecution officer.

The PDEA men also searched a room on the second floor occupied by Enerio’s watchman and found shabu there, too.

Enerio, however, this time refused to witness the search in the other room per advice from his counsel, lawyer Alexander Lim, who rushed to the place to assist his client.
Enerio said the incident “sank on me” and he realized that he was a victim of planting of illegal drugs or framed up concocted by some unscrupulous individuals who are moneyed and powerful in Bohol and Cebu City.

The search also yielded one 9mm pistol, magazines with live bullets, credit cards, a video camera, video tapes, two firearms license cards, and P12,500, among others, which Enerio said were all “illegally seized” from him by the raiders.

The shabu found from the two rooms respectively weighed 2.79 grams and 0.83 grams per laboratory chemistry report.

Later, Enerio learned that the picture that the agents used in applying for and securing the search warrant from the court allegedly originated from the office of the lady mayor of Loay.

Enerio attached to his complaint an affidavit of his cousin named Primo Espiritu, “a mayor’s office employee,” claiming that he saw on January 14—a week before the raid— somebody, later named as a certain Virgie, in the mayor’s office photocopying the picture of Enerio.

Espiritu texted Enerio about it, who replied also by text that maybe the mayor would just use his photo for black propaganda in the then coming May 10 election. (Enerio did not run for any elective post in Loay.)


Enerio was hospitalized the day following the raid. While being confined, a PDEA agent, Cuayzon, allegedly handed to him a brown envelope which content would supposedly help him in his defense in court. The agent allegedly told him not to divulge his source of the envelope.

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