Shabu


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Shabu

A regional term for crack cocaine; methamphetamine.
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In Marikina, a 17-year-old boy was collared for allegedly selling shabu at the corner of Ampalaya and Talong streets in Barangay Tumana.
A check, however, of their pockets yielded a sachet of shabu.
Tayaba said that while waiting at the port, a man who was an undercover cop approached the couple and purchased two sachets of shabu for P50,000.
Equipped with a machine that could detect drugs, Javier pointed the device at one of the three packages of shabu and after a few seconds, the name 'metamphetamine hydrochloride' appeared on the tiny screen.
In 2016, eight clandestine shabu laboratories were discovered and shut down nationwide.
He was arrested during a sting operation, where he agreed to sell shabu for BD1,000 to an undercover policeman last July.
But one could choose from pork, chicken, seafood (scallops, salmon, cod, squid and fish cake), seafood supreme (prawns, scallops, salmon, cod, squid, clams, and fishcake), lobster, surf & turf (seafood platter with beef, chicken, pork or lamb), or vegetarian shabu shabu (from $12 to $21).
Shabu is so expensive because it is so pure, powerful and highly addictive.
Police confiscated from Abdulrahim, who is based in Quiapo, Manila, one sachet of shabu weighing 28.
In Caloocan, Johny Selisana, Eduardo Serra and Melvin Yambao were caught reportedly using shabu during a police anti-crime operation in Barangay 176 before dawn yesterday.
I commend the civilian informants for providing information that led to the arrest of several drug personalities, the confiscation of voluminous amount of methamphetamine hydrochloride, or shabu, and the dismantling of a large scale clandestine laboratory used in the manufacture of shabu," said Aquino.
Two more kilograms of shabu were seized from the house of Maychell Parojinog-Gumapac.