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Cornered dealer pledges to clean up his act: cops

A drug dealer’s attempt at being inconspicuous on Thursday ended in his arrest. Wondering why the man was lurking in the shadows of a Battambang street, patrolling officers stopped to question him.

A subsequent search of the man uncovered eight small packages of yama. The man, 35, confessed that he sold drugs to a range of clients in order to provide for his wife and son. An immediate promise to reform his illicit ways left police unimpressed. NOKORWAT

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