Police arrested a woman who hid sachets of shabu under a ‘hotsilog’ (HOTdog, SInangag or fried rice, and ITlog or fried egg) food pack at Fairview Police Station at 3 am, Tuesday.
Camie Olaguer arrived at the police station to visit her friend, who was in jail for a week.
Because she had come after the visiting hours, she was not allowed to see her friend.
Olaguer requested the jail guard to hand over the ‘hotsilog‘ to her friend in jail.
Coincidentally, the jail guard opened the food pack upside down, revealing five sachets of shabu under the ‘hotsilog.’
The suspect defended she did not know that there was shabu inside the food pack.
Olaguer and her friend would also face charges for violating the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act.
2 suspected ISIS members planning to terrorize SEA games arrested
Two suspected members of the ISIS who allegedly plan to sow violence in the upcoming 30th SEA Games have been arrested by Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon) operatives.
The police seized various weapons, bombs, and equipment from the suspects in separate raids in Quezon and Laguna provinces.
The suspected ISIS members were arrested three weeks before SEA Games would kick off in the country.
According to Calabarzon Police Director Brig Gen. Vicente Danao Jr., police arrested a suspected terrorist Saidie Saro, a businessman, in Matungo, Lanao del Sur, Friday afternoon. A black ISIS flag was confiscated from Saro during the raid in Tayabas City.
Saro was arrested following on a warrant of arrest issued by a court at his rented store in Tayabas City. Police confiscated a hand grenade, improvised explosive device (IED), pipe bombs and ammunition from Saro.