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Anti-drug police unit ready for more raids in Central Visayas

CEBU CITY, May 30 (PNA) -- The Regional Anti-Illegal Drugs Special Operations Task Group (RAIDSOTG) 7 is ready for more raids against drug traffickers in Central Visayas, an official said.

“We have many operations that we’ve been building up in the whole Central Visayas,” Senior Inspector Hendrix Bancoleta of the RAIDSOTG 7 said.

The unit spearheaded the joint team that raided Banakon Island, Getafe town in Bohol Saturday which resulted in a shootout with the group of Rowen “Yawa” Torrefiel Secretaria, the third most wanted drug personality in Cebu City.

Secretaria and two of his cohorts died in the shootout, while another suspect was wounded.

Police said Secretaria, a level one drug pusher who led the “Yawa Drugs Group” and could dispose five kilos of shabu a week, sourced his drugs from Manila and parts of Mindanao.

Bancoleta said Secretaria’s operations reached Cordova town, Lapu-Lapu City, Barangays Ermita and Pasil in Cebu City, and he was one of the biggest suppliers of shabu in the region.

These places have fish ports where cargo and passengers can pass through.

Bancoleta said government officials in Banakon Island may have learned of Secretaria’s presence but did nothing because of fear.

He said the numerous pumpboats marked “Rowen” that were docked at the small port in Banakon Island near Secretaria’s house may have been used to deliver drugs to nearby islets.

Police said they are preparing for at least three other operations that they hope will corner other big-time illegal drug personalities in the region. (PNA)

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