14 more drug suspects killed in Metro Manila

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At least 14 suspected drug pushers were killed in separate drug operations in Metro Manila since Thursday.

Philippine Star reports said, eight of that slain, including a barangay watchman, were shot dead during a drug operation in Manila.

Killed were ex-tanod Danilo Luchaveng, 45, in Binondo; Floberto Tolentino, 61, in Sta. Mesa; Erwin Robles, in Malate; and Aguilar brothers Albert, 52, and Adriano, 62, in Sampaloc.
In Tondo, police killed Moises Canlas, 18; Matthew Buenaventura, 29; and Raymund dela Cruz, 31.

In Navotas, police officers shot dead Ramil Baramida, 41, and arrested Rogelio Onate during a raid on a house in Barangay North Bay Boulevard South.

In northern Metro Manila, four persons were shot dead by unidentified assailants in what police officers believe are drug-related incidents.

They were identified as Dante Lavarias, 50, in Bagong Barrio, Caloocan; Edrian Legaspi, 28, in Barangay Catmon, Malabon; Dendry Solo Hong, 35, in Gen. T. de Leon, Valenzuela; and Benilada Batungbakal Mayores, 59, along Hipon Alley in Caloocan.

In San Juan, Jaime Jucutan, 57, the man ranked as the city’s No. 4 drug pusher since August last year, was gunned down by a motorcycle-riding assailant on Thursday.