2 more sued for drug possession-A A +A
Saturday, March 2, 2013
POLICE on Friday filed charges before the City Prosecutor's Office against two suspects arrested for illegal drugs.
The two suspects were identified as Ralph Anthony Barog Biado, 25, of Camus Extension in Barangay 9-A Poblacion; and Janalan Mohamad Sampiano, 21, of Isla Verde in Barangay 23-C of Quezon Boulevard in Davao City.
Superintendent Antonio Rivera, chief of Davao City Police Office's Investigation and Detection Management Branch, said the suspects were both charged for violation of Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.
A source, who refused to be named for lack of authority to speak, said Biado was brought before the prosecution office at around 1:30 p.m. while Sampiano at around 3 p.m. all for inquest proceedings.
Recovered from the possession of Biado were two plastic sachets containing suspected shabu and P500-marked money.
Rivera added that Biado was arrested in a buy-bust operation at Sharques Inn in Matina Aplaya on Thursday, following the information from a concerned citizen.
Meanwhile, Supt. Caezar Cabuhat, chief the Sta. Ana Police Station, said Sampiano was also arrested in a buy-bust operation at Isla Verde at around 11 a.m. Friday.
Recovered from the possession of Sampiano were three sachets containing of suspected shabu and P500-marked money.
Biado is now detained at the DCPO jail facility, while Sampiano is under the custody of the Sta. Police Station.
On the other hand, personnel of DCPO-IDMB with the Sta. Ana Police Station arrested Friday another suspected drug pusher in a buy-bust operation in Barangay Paciano Bangoy at around 7 p.m.
Sr. Insp. Ranulfo Cabanog, DCPO-IDMB chief detective and case tracker, identified the suspect as Reynaldo Gabales Carnecel, 38, of the same place.
Recovered from his possession were one sachet of suspected shabu and P500 marked money. He is now detained at the DCPO jail facility and is facing charges of the Republic Act 9165. (ICT)
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on March 03, 2013.