LAOAG CITY, May 19–Almost all jailed suspects in illegal drug trafficking in this city seldom talked about their illegal trade. In sharp contrast, Joel Alejandro of Brgy. 27 this city had a “big mouth” when interviewed by the media.
He was extremely talkative as he narrated in details where he got his regular supply of shabu, whom he transacted with and how he earned fast bucks in his illegal drug trade.
He knew he was being interviewed live on the radio broadcast but the more he did the talking, of course, without naming names of his customers.
During the search in his room, police seized at least 14 plastic sachets of suspected shabu and paraphernalia.
Also confiscated were cash money and three blue books where he listed the names and contacted numbers of his regular customers.
Supt. Jeffrey Gorospe, city police chief, said Alejandro’s case is non-bailable so Joel expects to have a “ surprise reunion” at BJMP Laoag with his eight former colleagues and text mates who were earlier arrested, charged and detained for same drug offenses.