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Onion smugglers charged before DOJ

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The Bureau of Customs on Monday filed criminal charges against importers and customs brokers tagged in the alleged smuggling of onions worth P2.5 million.

Charged before the Department of Justice were officers of Malaya Multi-Purpose Cooperative namely, Oscar G. Catacutan, Mario Briones, Eddie Lalu, Randy Turla, and Alfredo Guevarra, and the customs broker Mary Faith Duran Miro for misdeclaring P2.5 million worth of onions, apples and pears.

“Their importation consisted of four containers of onions which were concealed among cartons of apples and pears,” the BOC said.

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