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Like father, like son: meth dealers caught

A father and son bonding session turned criminal when the pair were arrested for alleged drug trafficking in Tbong Khmum’s Chup commune on Monday.

Police apprehended the father, 39, and his son, 16, after neighbours smelled something fishy and notified the cops.

The neighbours’ noses know best, it seems, as police turned up a haul of 62 small packets and three large parcels of illicit powder.

Police confiscated the contraband and are investigating other dealers.

Koh Santepheap

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