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After-hours cops differ with on-duty brethren

Moonlighting police serving as security guards at a village party weren’t too thrilled to have their on-duty counterparts show up on Wednesday, particularly when they said it was to make a drug arrest.

The cops working the Koh Thom district party in Kandal insisted that no shenanigans were afoot, but when police saw a guest handing a package to someone, the raid was on in earnest.

Samurai swords were briefly drawn before the suspects thought better of it and surrended. Five packets of yama were confiscated. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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