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The family that deals together jailed together

Illegal drugs proved thicker than blood for one Kampong Cham town man who led police directly to his brother and partner in crime on Monday. The man was allegedly caught red-handed with a small packet of yama and put under arrest.

The suspect confessed that he was dealing the drug but said his big brother was in on the act too, and led police directly to his sibling’s house, where they reportedly found more yama. The drug-dealing siblings are now headed for the courtroom. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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