Shabu peddlers caught in Tabuk City, Kalinga,

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BAGUIO CITY (November 25, 2021) —A farmer was taken to the jail Wednesday afternoon in Bulanao, Tabuk City, Kalinga for shabu.
Policemen seized two small heat-sealed plastic transparent sachet containing shabu weighing .3 gram valued at P2,040.00 when Johnson Wagacon Langoban, 51, from Purok 5, Bulanao Centro, tried to sell to government agents.
When frisked, six more sachets of shabu weighing one gram worth P6,000.00 were seized.
Policemen also found two improvised tooters, two lighters, a pair of scissors, three empty sachets and three aluminum foils from Langoban.
A day before that,  two alleged shabu traders  were also arrested by National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Cordillera  agents and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Cordillera in a dusk sting operation at Barangay Lucnab, Baguio City.
Call center agent Justine David Mangulabnan, 31, single, temporarily living at Lucnab here but a native of Quezon City and Jerelyn Darapiza, 27, also temporarily living in Lucnab but is a native of Damortis, La Union sold shabu weighing .5 grams valued at P3,500.00 to a supposed buyer but turned out as a government informant. 
Another plastic sachet of shabu weighing .2 grams with estimated market value of P1,360.00 were seized from the duo.
The NBI-Cordillera, who said that the duo were considered as high value targets, also were keeping an aluminum strip containing shabu, a digital weighing scale; four lighters; assorted drug paraphernalia.
Artemio A. Dumlao