Espenido gives ‘ultimatum’ to drug traders in Bacolod City

Espenido gives ‘ultimatum’ to drug traders in Bacolod City




He is back! And that means the resumption of his duties as police deputy for operations and chief of the special anti-drug unit in Bacolod City.

He gives an “ultimatum” to all the residents of Bacolod City who are enagaged in the illegal drug trade. He invites the organized drug groups operating in the city to meet with him within the month as a venue to bring about the means to stop the proliferation of the illegal drug trade.


“Not to surrender, but to cooperate. Help the government, help the President, help the police, help me so we can get those who are really involved in illegal drugs,” Espenido said in a press conference at the Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO) headquarters.
 Lt. Col. Jovie Espenido, deputy city director for operations of Bacolod City Police Office
(PNA)

“You’re very welcome to my office. Let’s talk. If anyone, a barangay official or any known or influential person will come with you or bring you, I will accommodate you. Only this month of January, by February makita niyo na (you will see), at least, magkasubukan tayo (we will test each other),” he added.
Espenido shares his plans to the local media as he questioned why the illegal drug trade in Bacolod could not be solved.
“We will continue to fast-track efforts to end the problem on illegal drugs in Bacolod. I’ve learned that the problem has been existing for a long time. There are many apprehensions, but the question is, why the supply doesn’t stop? There should be an end to all of these if the police will work hard to put a stop to illegal drugs,” Espenido said.















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