PDEA bares 3 village officials in Central Luzon included in narco-list
Three barangay officials from Central Luzon have been included in the “narco-list” of the government who could face charges, according to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA).
PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino bared Monday the list of 207 barangay captains and kagawads (councilors) who were allegedly involved in illegal drug activities.
From Region 3, the two village captains included in the narco-list were Bernardo “Monnet” Santos of Pulong Bulo, Angeles City, Pampanga, and Michael Tolentino of Poblacion F., Camiling, Tarlac.
There was only one village councilor in Central Luzon included in the list. He was identified as Marlon “Pelamor” Filamor of Wawandue, Subic, Zambales.
Aquino said the list of village officials allegedly involved in illegal drugs has been validated by four law enforcement agencies, namely PDEA, Philippine National Police, National Intelligence Coordinating Agency, and Intelligence Service of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.
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