Five (5) suspects were successfully arrested by operatives of Pasig Police after being caught in a pot session in Pasig City early Thursday. According to the report of PCOL MOISES O VILLACERAN, JR, Acting Chief of this station to PBGEN JOHNSON C ALMAZAN, District Director, the five suspects were arrested around 5:30 AM of February 13, 2020, at Tuazon Creek, Eusebio Ave., Brgy. San Miguel, Pasig City.

Authorities identified the arrested suspects as Isteve Iglesias y Flores @ steve, 62 y/o, single, jobless, and a resident of Tuazon Creek, Eusebio Ave., San. Miguel, Pasig City;Jesuit Boquiren y Riveral @ Jef-jef, 36 y/o,single, cook, and a resident Centennial 2, Brgy. Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City; James Tesara y Malinana @ James, 25 y/o,single, jobless, and a resident of Villa Sta Ana, Brgy. San Miguel, Pasig City; Dennis Flores y Concepcion @ Negro (Listed), 50 y/o, with live-in partner, jobless, and a resident of Villa Sta Ana, Brgy. San Miguel, Pasig City; Michael Combo y Federico @ Mike (Listed), 28 y/o, with live-in partner, jobless, and a resident of 542 Ilugin, Matanza, Ph 1, Brgy. Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City.

PCOL VILLACERAN said that the suspects were caught in the act sniffing illegal drugs. Recovered were two (2) pieces heat sealed transparent plastic sachets containing suspected shabu with estimated weight of more or less 0.12 grams with DDB value worth Php 816.00, one (1) piece unsealed plastic sachet with residue of suspected shabu, two (2) pieces aluminum foil strips with residue of suspected shabu, two (2) pieces rolled aluminum foil used as tooter, two (2) pieces improvised tube pipe with suspected residue of shabu and three (3) pieces disposable lighters.

Arrested suspects and recovered evidences were brought to Pasig City Police station in preparation for the filing of cases of violation of comprehensive dangerous drug act of 2002 .

“We will not stop until every single sachet of shabu and illegal drugs is wiped out, every drug pusher is arrested and every drug user is reformed as we vow to achieve our quest for a drug-free City, PCOL VILLACERAN said’’.