A 40-year-old inhabitant of Barangay Mambaling in Cebu City will before long be joining his two siblings in prison after he was gotten with P306,000 of suspected shabu amid an enemy of unlawful medication task in the barangay on Friday, February 1.
Jeas Rosello, 40, was captured amid a purchase bust activity in Sitio Mabapo of the barangay, where nine medium packs of suspected shabu were seized from him, said Chief Inspector Francis Renz Talosig, Mambaling Police Precinct boss, in a meeting with Cebu Daily News Digital on Friday, February 1.
Talosig said that the illicit medications supposedly found in Rosello's ownership gauged 45 grams and had an expected Dangerous Drugs Board estimation of P306,000.
Talosig said that Jeas likewise had two siblings, Russel Rosello and Gerard Rosello Carlos, who were kept at the Cebu City Jail for illicit medications.
The Mambaling Police boss said that Gerard however was a stepbrother of Jeas, and the previous was captured in 2017.
Russel was captured in 2016.
Beside that, Talosig stated, Gerard was supposedly the precedent-based law-spouse of Sharmaine Porras, one of the overcomers of the Malubog occurrence last October where five people were shot dead by unidentified attackers.
He additionally said that the task against Jeas was directed by the Mambaling Police after they got reports about the presume's supposed illicit medication exercises from netizens at the Facebook page – "Itug-a ni CD."
He said that they observed Jeas for about fourteen days before leading the purchase bust activity on Friday, February 1 at past 5 p.m.
At the point when looked for input on his capture at the Mambaling Police Precinct's detainment cell, Jeas guaranteed that he had just 1 medium pack of suspected shabu and that the 8 different packs were supposedly planted by the police.
Talosig, as far as concerns him, said that the suspect could state anything he would need to state against them.
He additionally said that they were simply carrying out their responsibility as cops and that they could protect the capture of Jeas in court.