4 Chinese nationals killed, P262M shabu seized in Angeles City drug bust

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Camp Olivas, City of San Fernando, Pampanga – Four suspected Chinese nationals, reportedly big-time drug suspects, were killed during an anti-illegal drugs operation turned armed encounter in Angeles City on Monday.

An estimated P262-million worth of shabu were confiscated from the suspects.

PRO3 Regional Director PBGen Valeriano De Leon said that operatives composed of agents from the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency-Regional Office3 (PDEA-RO3), PDEA-Intelligence and Investigation Service, PDEA-Special Enforcement Service, PDEA-National Capital Region, Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Task Force NOAH, Military Intelligence Group (MIG) 41, Northern Luzon Command (NOLCOM), National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA), National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) Regional Intelligence Division, Bureau of Customs (BOC), Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG), Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU) Angeles City Police Office, Angeles City Police Station 3 were involved in the successful operation.

De Leon identified the four suspects as Cai Ya Bing, 29 years old; Erbo Ke, 34 years old; Huang Guidong, 43 years old; and Wuyuan Shen, 41 years old.

Recovered from the suspects were more or less 38 kilograms of suspected shabu worth P262.2 million, four pieces of Caliber .45 pistols, two cellphones; one weighing scale with charger; four pieces genuine P1,000.00 bill on top of several boodle money; and one box of zip locked transparent plastic.

PGen. De Leon said that the PNP, together with the PDEA and other law enforcement agencies in Region 3 “will have no let-up on their crackdown on all forms of lawlessness especially illegal drugs amid the pandemic as we continue to deliver excellent police services to the communities of Region III.”

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