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Dice stop rolling for serial gambling den operator

Police finally made good on their repeated threats to haul off the alleged operator of a gambling den in Kampong Cham’s Kang Meas district on Tuesday.

According to police, the man’s home – where he allowed locals to gamble while he collected a cut – had been raided multiple times, with police “educating” him each time and eliciting promises that the den would close.

The education, however, must have gone in one ear and out the other. The man fled during Tuesday’s raid on the den but was later picked up. NOKORWAT

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