Accomplice of ‘drug queen’ arrested in Manila


Police arrested drug the “pusher” and accomplice of alleged ‘drug queen’ Guia Gomez-Castro during a buy-bust operation of the Manila Police District-Station 4.

Yesterday, Metro Manila Mayor Isko Moreno and Manila Police District officials presented the arrested suspect Marlon Dela Cruz to media reporters.


Authorities seized eight sachets of shabu worth thirty thousand pesos from Del Cruz during the operation of the Station Drug Enforcement Team on Algeciras St., in Brgy. 484, Zone 43, Sampaloc, Manila on September 28.

The suspect would face a violation charge of Section 5 and Section 11 of Article II of Republic Act No. 9165 or the Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002.

Senator wants passport of ‘drug queen’ to be cancelled

Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon yesterday urged the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) to cancel the passport of the so-called drug queen Guia Gomez Castro who could be considered unlawful.


Bureau of Immigration spokesperson Dana Sandoval verified that Castro was able to leave the Philippines on a flight for Bangkok, Thailand, several days after arriving from Vancouver, Canada on September 18. She was not flagged by the bureau before leaving because she did not have a derogatory record.

Castro won in the 2018 barangay elections but immediately went on indefinite leave “for the purpose of local travel to Surigao.” Eleazar claimed that “She did not take [her] oath because she had knowledge that the police were after her.”

According to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA), Castro worked with corrupt policemen to sell shabu (crystal meth) worth millions of Philippine pesos daily near the University Belt. Eleazar mentioned that the rogue policemen were members of a drug enforcement team who did not declare confiscated drug evidence so that they could sell them again.