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Border drug arrests

Border drug arrests

Three Cambodian women were arrested by police on Monday on suspicion of allegedly attempting to traffic drugs across the Laos border on a boat into Stung Treng province. Phiv Vongdoeun, Stung Treng deputy police chief, said yesterday that officers confiscated about 30,000 pills from the three suspects identified as Thy Tha, 60, Thorn Phearum, 22, and Long Bunry 23, when they were arrested at a port in Stung Treng town. In a separate case, Preah Vihear provincial police sent two men to provincial court on Monday for allegedly trafficking methamphetamines from Laos’ Champasak province into Preah Vihear province.

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