P02 Jolly Aliangan's lavish lifestyle was finally put to an end after being arrested for his hefty stash of "shabu" and P7 million cash found in his house at Sampaloc, Manila.
Ironically, Aliangan is an antinarcotics officer reporting to the National Capital Region Police Office.
The National Bureau of Investigation tagged him as a "reseller" of drugs that he and the rest of the force confiscated during police raids and operations.
The drugs were also allegedly supplied by a syndicate run by an incarcerated drug lord.
"He is a mover of illegal drugs sourced from a drug lord (held) at New Bilibid Prison,” said Max Salvador, head of the NBI-NCR office.
Salvador declined to identify the drug lord and only said that he is one of the 19 convicts who was moved out of Bilibid due to the raids which exposed the so-called VIP prisoners.
Ronalie, Aliangan's wife was also arrested as NBI reported that she was caught flushing kilos of shabu down the toilet during their raid.
The exact amount of illegal drugs at the cop's home is still being checked by authorities.
As a Police Officer 2, Aliangan should be earning around P23,000 per month but NBI-NCR deputy chief Rommel Vallejo who had Aliangan's three-story house under surveillance for three months said the latter was living a grandiose lifestyle.
“It looked as if it belonged to a general, not someone of his rank. You’ll be surprised at the high-end furniture,” Vallejo said.
Aliangan's home has CCTV cameras covering the perimeter, two new vehicles -- a Toyota Altis and a Fortuner -- with sachets of shabu, several firearms, and fake license plates.