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Dodgy driving earns dealers ticket to court

Three are plenty of good reasons to wear a helmet. Drug dealers have at least one more: not getting pulled over by police. It’s a lesson two men in the capital learned the hard way on Monday night.

Police chased the duo after they avoided a simple traffic stop. Sensing that a 5,000-riel fine probably didn’t justify what appeared to be a panicked escape, police pulled them over and found a half-dozen packets of drugs. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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