Philippine National Police

National Capital Region Police Office


4.7 Million Of Shabu Busted From A Female Drug Supect

NCRPO Regional Director, PMGEN DEBOLD SINAS hailed the successful joint anti-illegal drugs operation of the Fairview Police Station, Quezon City Police District and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency which resulted in the seizure of P4,760,000.00 worth of suspected shabu at about 4:30 pm, of July 14, 2020 along Belfast Avenue, Brgy. Pasong Putik, Quezon City.

The arrested suspect was identified as Mary Grace Marcos y Lamb, of legal age, female, married, jobless and residing at No. 576 St. Joseph Avenue, Barracks, Tala, Caloocan City.

Investigation disclosed that elements of PS-5, SDEU conducted a joint buy- bust operation with PDEA, RO-NCR wherein operatives were able to transact with the suspect. Upon consummation of the drug deal, they immediately effected her arrest.

Seized from her possession and control are the following evidence:

A. One (1) piece big zip lock transparent plastic sachet containing a MOL 700 grams of suspected to be shabu with estimated DDB value of P 4,760,000.00;

B. One (1) piece white and red paper bag with logo UNIQLO;

C. One (1) piece brown paper bag with logo 7 eleven;

D. One (1) piece brown paper bag with logo 7 eleven;

One (1) unit Samsung cellular phone color black;

E. One (1) piece Brgy. ID;

F. One (1) piece One Thousand Peso bill bearing serial number VE945187 placed on top of the boodle money with markings MLF written below the portrait of Josefa Llanes Escoda.

The seized items were duly marked and inventoried in the presence of Elected Brgy. Official Kagawad,  Christopher Enriquez of Brgy. Pasong Putik, QC and Media representative, Jimmy Mendoza.

The confiscated illegal drugs has an aggregate estimated weight of more or less 700 grams with estimated DDB value amounting to P 4,760,000.00.

Suspected shabu and arrested suspect is now under the custody of PDEA for proper disposition.

“Another huge amount less in the circulation of illegal drugs in the market was busted.  I am elated that operations being hatched to apprehend all drug sellers and sources are successful,” said PMGEN SINAS.