Korean-American national, nabbed for selling ecstasy

UNTV News and Rescue

The PNP Drug Enforcement Group arrested another foreign national in a buy-bust operation in Pasay City.

After 3 weeks of surveillance, the authorities nabbed drug suspect Jun No, alias Justine, a Korean-American national in an operation on Wednesday, in Pasay City.

Recovered from the suspect were 140 tablets of ecstasy. He was among PNP’s list of big time drug traffickers.

“He will be charged today for violation of section-5 which is trading, administration, dispensation, delivery, distribution and transportation of dangerous drugs,” said PNP Drug Enforcement Group director PSSupt. Graciano Mijares.

Based on PNP’s findings, the confiscated tablets of ecstasy were locally made. Each tablet has a selling price of P3,000 pesos.

Director Mijares believes, the suspect could have established a network of customers since he has been traveling to Cebu and Manila in the past three years.

“He could be a part of a group. We are still in a process of conducting follow up operations against the other members of the syndicate,” Mijares said.

According to the PNP, demand for party drugs is usually high during summer season when occasions are very common.

The PNP-DEG assures that they are continuously doing surveillance against high value targets and narco-politicians. – Grace Casin | UNTV News & Rescue

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