CSF cops nab woman for drugs; seize P350K worth of shabu

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO—Police here arrested in a buy-bust operation Friday night a suspected female drug pusher and seized some P350,000 worth of shabu.

Ruhaina Shaik y Usop alias “Ate”, 42, married, a vendor resident of U St. Purok 14 Barangay Sta. Lucia this city was arrested after she sold the suspected drugs to an undercover police officer in Barangay San Agustin at 7:15 p.m.

Confiscated from her possession and control were seven heat-sealed plastic sachets of varied sizes containing white crystalline substance suspected to be shabu.

Police Lieutenant Colonel Paul Gamido, San Fernando chief of police, said the confiscated substance has an estimated standard drug price of P350,000.

“Yung suspect natin ay isang babaeng muslim. Itong seven sachets na itinago niya sa empty box ng sabon na Dove at Kojie San at nakumpiska natin ay may standard drug price na P350,000,” the officer remarked.

The suspect will be facing charges for violation of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, particularly, section 5 or the “Sale, Trading, Administration, Dispensation, Delivery, Distribution and Transportation of Dangerous Drugs and/or Controlled Precursors and Essential Chemicals” and section 11 or the “Possession of Dangerous Drugs.”

On the same day, six other personalities involved in illegal drugs were arrested in the follow up police operations. They will also be facing charges for violation of sections 5 and 11 of Republic Act 9165.

Suspects are now under the custody of the City of San Fernando Police Station while suspected illegal drugs will be brought to PNP Crime Laboratory for examination.

Meanwhile, Mayor Edwin “EdSa” Santiago assured Fernandinos of sustained peace and order in the community especially in the midst of the coronavirus disease 2019 crisis.

“Kahit nasa gitna tayo ng COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] situation, hindi pa rin natin pinatitigil ang kapulisan sa kampanya nito kontra iligal na droga. Kasabay ng implementasyon nila ng quarantine protocols ay ang pagbabantay rin sa iba pang mga kriminalidad para masiguro ang kapayapaan at kaayusan dito sa lungsod.”

Recently, Gamido accepted the “Medalyon ng Papuri” awarded by Police Brigadier General Rhodel Sermonia, Central Luzon police director, to the city’s police station for its solid efforts against illegal drugs.

The city’s police station also ranked first in the PNP Unit Performance Rating for two consecutive quarters now after garnering the highest remarks in its administrative and operational accomplishments.

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