TACLOBAN

4 arrested for selling ‘fake’ medicines in Tacloban

AUTHORITIES nabbed four persons for allegedly selling fake medicines in Tacloban City Saturday, August 10, 2019.

Police identified the suspects as Gwen Aroa, 26, James Patric Perez, 23, Josan Enos Perez, 25, and Santiago Perez, 52.

The suspects are sales personnel from Bulacan and Cavite, police said.

They were asked to present permits for selling medicines but failed to present the documents.

The suspects will be facing charges of violation of Republic Act (RA) 3720 as Amended by RA 9711 (Food and Drug Administration Act). (Ronald O. Reyes/SunStar Philippines)


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