6 drug suspects, 9 others fall in police operations in Bulacan

GENERAL ALEJO S. SANTOS, City of Malolos, Bulacan — Six drug suspects and nine others were arrested in different operations conducted by Bulacan police on  Saturday, June 18, 2022.


PCol Charlie Cabradilla, Acting Provincial Director of Bulacan PNP, the said that six drug suspects were arrested in different buy-bust operations conducted by the Station Drug Enforcement Unit (SDEU) of Marilao, Pulilan and San Ildefonso MPS.


He identified them as Francis Geronimo of Akle, San Ildefonso; Marick Arick Ariaga; Alfredo Sobrevilla Jr @Dong; Regime Robles @Gim all residets of Lambakin, Marilao; John Wilbert San Pedro @Jandel; and Abelardo Gagurangan both from Cutcot, Pulilan. Recovered from them were 6 sachets of suspected shabu; 3 sachets of dried marijuana leaves and buy-bust money.


Meanwhile, an anti-illegal gambling operation conducted by operatives of Marilao MPS resulted to the arrest of 3 individuals identified as Randy Llano; Benedict Baltazar; and Dianne Dela Paz all from Lambakin, Marilao, Bulacan.


They were caught in the act of playing illegal card games (tong-its). Confiscated were set of playing cards and bet money in different denominations.


On the other hand, 6 more suspects were arrested as authorities responded in different crime incidents that transpired in the areas of Malolos, San Miguel and Sta. Maria identified as Ronnie Eleazar; Ivan Francisco; Mark Angelo Dela Cruz all residents of San Miguel all arrested for Violation of RA 7610 (Child Abuse Law); Romeo Peregrino of Guyong Sta. Maria; Ferdinand Carlos of Caypombo, Sta. Maria both arrested for Malicious Mischief & Physical Injury; Gary Gatmaitan of Sumapang Matanda, City of Malolos for Frustrated Murer & Violation of RA 10591 (Comprehensive Firearm and Ammunition Regulation Act).


Appropriate criminal complaints against all the arrested suspects are now being prepared for filing in court.


Bulacan police is no let-up in its intensified operations against all forms of criminality. In line with the instructions of the Chief PNP that was effectively made clear by the PNP Region 3 Director  PBGen Mathew Baccay.