This appeared to be an offshoot of the relentless campaign against illicit drugs trade and abuse in Bohol under Oplan TokHang ordered by police director general Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa.
Bohol Provincial Police Office (BPPO), noe headed by provincial director PSSUpt Felipe Natividad documented some 31,726 drug surrenderees/dependents. Of these, 30,263 and 1,463 are self-confessed users and pushers, respectively.
The port town of Tubigon had 1,863 surrenderees, the biggest of the 47 towns. This is followed by Ubay – 1,684; Inabanga – 1,346; Valencia – 1,296; Talibon – 1,175; Calape – 1,125; Dauis – 1,115; Tagbilaran city – 1,051; Jagna – 1,051; and Buenavista – 1,003.
The towns of Sikatuna with 143 surrenderees and Alburquerque with 177 are the smallest number of surrenderees, the report said.
After “TokHang,” Oplan High Value Target netted 325 arrests with 206 pushers and 119 users during the period July 1 to Spet. 7, 2016, the report said.
During the period July to August 2016, police operatives seized a total of 580.58 grams of shabu with street value of Php6,850,844.
This city is considered as the biggest shabu haul during the period with a total of 154.88 grams worth Php1,827,584, followed by premier tourist town of Panglao with 28.22 grams worth Php332,996.
BPPO hauld some 255.73 grams of shabu worth Php3,071,164 and Provincial Police Safety Company or Special Weaapons and tavtics (SWAT) with 82.52 grams worth Php973,736, the repor said.
A total of 184 operations during the same period, 156 of these were buy busts, six search warrants and eight police responses, resulted to 425 drug cases.