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Deputy police chief charged over narcotics

Deputy police chief charged over narcotics

The deputy chief of the Banteay Meanchey provincial military police was arrested and charged on Wednesday in connection with drug trafficking activities. Ham Meng, 42, was apprehended following the arrest of Chheng Delin, 30, who was caught delivering about 1,000 pills of yama in Poipet town and claimed the deputy police chief was directly involved in the transaction. Deputy Provincial Military Police Commander Or Borin said yesterday that Ham Meng was arrested after the accusation and he had been sent to Banteay Meanchey provincial court.


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