SURRENDER Alain Gamboa (2 nd from left) with PDEA NIR head Ronnie Delicana, Mayor Mark Golez and Silay OIC police chief Supt. Willy Diel (l-r) in Silay City last night*

No.1 ‘drug supplier'
in Silay surrenders

A man tagged as Silay City's number one drug pusher and supplier surrendered to Mayor Mark Golez yesterday afternoon.

Alain Gamboa, 32, of Barangay 1, Silay, admitted that he has been responsible for the sale of shabu in the city for about three years now.

He wanted to take advantage of the government's offer to give those who have done wrong a second chance if they surrender, Gamboa said. moremoremore

PNP readies list of
cops linked to drugs

The time of reckoning for police officers allegedly involved in the illegal drug trade, and those in the use of prohibited drugs, in Negros Occidental, has finally arrived.

Senior Supt. William Señoron, provincial police director of Negros Occidental, yesterday said that he is now finalizing the list of police officers involved in drugs, and those of using prohibited drugs, for submission to Camp Crame.

While he refused to give the exact number of police officers linked to illegal drugs, Señoron, however, confirmed that the links of some to the illegal drug trade have already been validated, while that of the others is still ongoing.


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NORPPO chief notes dwindling
of shabu supply in Dumaguete

Philippine National Police acting provincial director of Negros Oriental, Senior Supt. Harris Fama, will submit to President Rodrigo Duterte a list of barangay captains and elected public officials in Negros Oriental, who failed or purposely did not attend the first anti-drug summit in Dumaguete City Tuesday.

Fama said he is not a child, but he will definitely make a report to the President, after he was asked what will happen to elected public officials, who did not honor the invitation of the PNP despite proper notice.

He said he can only suspect some of them could be users, pushers or protectors of groups or individuals involved in the illegal drug trade and other illegal activities. .