Pulog

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Pulog

 

a mountain on the island of Luzon, in the Philippines. With an elevation of 2,934 m, Mount Pulog is the highest point on Luzon. It is located in the Central Cordillera, and it is composed of crystalline rocks. To an elevation of 2,500 m the mountain is covered with dense subequatorial forests; higher up there is mostly herbaceous vegetation.

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Randy Godinez Gonzaga, 41 who was said to be a notorious drug pusher in Barangay Pulog, Consolacion, was held at Consolacion police detention cell pending filing of charges.
An undercover policeman pretended to be a buyer and bought P200 worth of shabu from Gonzaga in front of the chapel in Pulog about 4:30 a.m., said PO1 Cresenciano Saladaga Jr.
Saladaga said the barangay officials of Pulog were the ones who called their attention about the illegal drug business of Gonzaga, which prompted the police to conduct surveillance operation.