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Two charged with selling yama tablets

Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday charged Vietnamese national Ly Sopatha, 22, and Cambodian Ouch Sovanarith, 17, with distribution of drugs. “According to the evidence, both of them distributed drugs,” said presiding judge Kor Vandy. Kong Sam Oun, a police officer from Teuk La Ok II commune, said the two men were arrested in August on suspicion of selling yama tablets out of a coffee shop owned by Ly Sopatha. Kor Vandy said a verdict was expected on February 16.

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