40 suspected shabu pusher surrender, vow not to engage illegal drugs
Surigao City- 40 suspected shabu pusher in Placer town and its neighboring areas voluntarily surrendered to Local Government Unit (LGU) and Police authorities. They vowed not to engage in the illegal drugs trade and also to support President elect Rodrigo Duterte's mission.
“Six showed up on June 2 and signed a covenant before our newly-elected mayor Patiño and some elected officials and police force,” Parazo said.
On May 30, at least 34 suspected peddlers of shabu (methamphetamine hydrochloride) promised the police and the mayor that they would stop their illegal activity.
Parazo said 12 of the 40 who turned in are considered big time drug pushers in the town.
these suspected drug pushers come from barangays Poblacion, Magsaysay and Sta. Cruz (Bad-as), He added
Parazo said they did not arrest the 40 but gave them a second chance. But he said they were monitoring them and if they push drugs again, would be arrested and if they resist, killed.
A certain “Dondon” one of the suspected drug pushers, cried during the covenant signing at the house of Patiño.
“I promised to quit the selling of shabu,” he told reporters