2 Arabs arrested for child trafficking, illegal drugs

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BAGUIO CITY – Two United Aab Emirates (UAE) nationals were arrested by combined police operatives and anti-narcotics agents for alleged child trafficking and illegal possession of prohibited drugs inside the Manor Hotel, Camp John Hay, here, recently.
Senior Superintendent George D. Daskeo, City Director of the Baguio City Police Office (BCPO), identified the arrested foreigners as Abdelrahman Mohamed Rashid Mansouri Alsuaidi, 33 years old, single, Dubai Municipal Inspector, United Arab Emirates national and Waleed Shamlan Mohamed Shamlan Alshuweihi, 46 years old, single, unemployed, United Arab Emirates national.
Initial police investigation showed that three women, including two minors, reportedly complained to the front desk personnel of the hotel that they were allegedly abused that prompted the security personnel to validate what happened.
During an inspection inside their hotel room, security personnel and responding police operatives were able to recover Marlboro cigarette containing nine transparent plastic sachets of suspected dried marijuana leaves.
Two of the victims were allegedly sexually abused and were reportedly forced to smoke marijuana.
It was learned that the suspects recruited the victims in Manila and requested them to serve as their guide while in the city. They were promised to be paid at least P2,000 each but when they were in the city, they were reportedly abused and were forced to smoke the illegal hemp.
By Dexter A. See

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