NBI to file charges against policeman caught reselling seized drugs

NBI to file charges against policeman caught reselling seized drugs

On Thursday, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) filed criminal complaints against a law officer in remission for allegedly reselling amerceable medication which had been condemned by the anti-drug unit of the National Capital Region Police Office.

During enquiry at the Department of Justice in Manila, PO2 Jolly Aliangan, together with Ronalie Aliangan and Jeffrey Gutierrez, faced criminal complaints from the NBI.

NBI to file charges against policeman caught reselling seized drugs

PO2 Jolly Aliangan was caught keeping a stash of “shabu,” P7 million in cash, several firearms, and fake vehicle license plates when NBI agents raided his Manila residence on Wednesday. Photos by EDWIN BACASMAS

Charges included were the possession of dangerous medication, appurtenances, obstruction of justice, criminal possession of firearms, and possession of drug instruments.

Ronalie, however, faced a heavier blow when she had further been charged with the use of dangerous medication, once her result was released with positive for methamphetamine coordination compound, highly referred to as Methedrine.

Authorities aforesaid Ronalie eliminated the proof by flushing it down the rest room before the authorities would have the chance to arrest her.

NBI conducted a rhetorical examination of the condemned dangerous substance, with the deliberation of around one hundred grams that was positive for methamphetamine and marijuana."

Aliangan in his three-storey range in Manila, was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly utilizing medication recovered by the metropolis Region police station. Several high-powered firearms were also confiscated during the raid.

A preliminary investigation set by the DOJ regarding the case will proceed at May 30 at 9 a.m.

 

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